The men’s swimming and diving team could not spoil Harvard’s home opener on Friday as the Crimson won 13 of 16 events for a 192-108 win, but bounced back against Army on Saturday. Columbia sophomore Omar Arafa remained undefeated in the 100-yard backstroke event, eking out a victory by .03 seconds, but Harvard dominated in most of the other events, including a diving sweep. The Lions evened their record at 2-2 the following day, beating previously undefeated Army Black Knights by a score of 183-117. This time, the Lions won 12 of 16 events at West Point, with a solid performance by the entire team.
Sports | Men's Swimmng and Diving
Lions split weekend matches, beating Army and losing to Harvard
Aug 18, 3:24pm
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