CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Freshman Miki Dahlke and junior Jing Leung will head to Indianapolis this week to compete in the 2017 NCAA Division I Women's Swimming at Diving Championships, hosted by Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis and the Indiana Sports Corp at the IU Natatorium.
Dahlke and Leung represent the lone qualifiers from the Ivy League at this year's NCAA Championships.
Dahlke qualified for the 200 freestyle to earn her entry in the meet. She will compete at that distance Friday, March 17. Additionally, she will compete in the 50 free Thursday, March 16 and the 100 free Saturday, March 18.
Leung will also compete on Saturday in the platform dive event. Leung won the NCAA Zone A Dive title for the second-straight year this season to qualify for the NCAA Championship for the third year. Last year, Leung placed eighth to earn first team All-America honors. Leung became the first diver since 1988 to earn first team All-America and is one of only two Harvard platform divers to receive the distinction.
ESPN3.com will stream the championships finals sessions live on Friday and Saturday. Wednesday's evening session, Thursday's sessions along with the morning sessions on Friday and Saturday will be streamed live on NCAA.com and indianasportscorp.org/ncaasd. Additionally, ESPNU will air a two-hour broadcast via tape delay at 7 p.m. Eastern time, Tuesday, March 28. Live results for the championships will be available on NCAA.com.