Dartmouth Athletics cordially invites all alumnae of our women's varsity teams and their guests to cruise the New York Harbor
Head coach Jamie Holder announced the 2017-18 Dartmouth women's swimming and diving team awards at the Big Green's annual end-of-season banquet.
Dartmouth women's swimming and diving concluded the 2018 Ivy League Championship on Saturday in eighth place with 475 points. Harvard stole the crown from Yale, finishing in first place with 1616 points to the Bulldogs' 1490.5.
After three days of competition at the Ivy League Championship, the Dartmouth women's swimming and diving team remains in eighth place with 321 points.
Dartmouth women's swimming and diving returned to Blodgett Pool on Thursday for day two of the Ivy League Championship. The Big Green remain in eighth place with 164 points.
The Dartmouth women's swimming and diving team opened the 2018 Ivy League Championship on Wednesday by swimming two relays. After the first of four days, the Big Green are currently in eighth place with 90 points and are within catching distance of Cornell (92) and Penn (96).
Dartmouth women's swimming and diving will head to Cambridge for the 2018 Ivy League Championship, which will take place from Wednesday, Feb. 14 through Saturday, Feb. 17 at Harvard's Blodgett Pool.
Dartmouth women's swimming and diving fell to Columbia, 175-114, in its final dual meet of the 2017-18 season.
The Dartmouth men's and women's swimming and diving teams were named College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Scholar All-America Teams this week.
Dartmouth women's swimming and diving competed well, but ultimately fell to the University of Connecticut, 186-108, at the Wolff-Zackin Natatorium on Saturday.
Dartmouth women's swimming and diving won the Tate Ramsden Invitational, wrapping up the two-day meet with 768 points to UMass' 750 and SUNY New Paltz's 237. The second day of the meet was highlighted by Hayley Winter's record-breaking swim in the 1650-yard freestyle.
Dartmouth women's swimming and diving is in first place after day one of the Tate Ramsden Invitational on Friday. The Big Green have 229 points and sit comfortably ahead of UMass (195) and SUNY New Paltz (62).