Men’s Swimming and Diving Concludes Day One of the H-Y-P Meet

Men’s Swimming and Diving Concludes Day One of the H-Y-P Meet

David Pfeifer won the three-meter dive event Friday (Keith Miller).

PRINCETON, N.J. – Harvard, Yale and Princeton met for the first of two days of action Friday evening, completing the first 10 events of the annual H-Y-P meet at DeNunzio Pool on the campus of Princeton.

Harvard's divers had the premier performances of the evening, garnering the top two spots in the three-meter event. Sophomore David Pfeifer paced the field with a 356.00 and classmate Bobby Ross tallied a 320.45. 

The evening began with a second-place finish in the 200 freestyle relay for the Crimson's Paul O'Hara, Max Yakubovich, Steven Tan and Sebastian Lutz. In the individual 200 free, Jack Boyd posted the top Harvard finish, taking third with a 1:36.91, good for an NCAA 'B' cut time.

Harvard claimed third and fourth in the 100 backstroke led by Koya Osada's time of 48.65 and Daniel Tran following on his heels.

The 50 free saw the Crimson take the second and third spots on the leaderboard. Freshman Sebastian Lutz finished as the runner-up with a 'B' cut mark of 20.12, while Tan touched in 20.20.

The second half of the H-Y-P begins Saturday at 12 p.m. Fans can watch live on the Ivy League Digital Network.