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Dahlke, Leung Completed Competition at NCAA Championships

The 2018 Ivy League High Point Swimmer of the Meet, Miki Dahlke, is back for her junior campaign (photo courtesy of Gil Talbot).
The 2018 Ivy League High Point Swimmer of the Meet, Miki Dahlke, is back for her junior campaign (photo courtesy of Gil Talbot).

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Sophomore Miki Dahlke and senior diver Jing Leung completed competition at the NCAA Championships on Saturday. The duo represented Harvard women's swimming and diving for the second straight year and were two of four Ivy League student-athletes at this year's championship. 

Appearing at the NCAA Championships for the second straight year, Dahlke competed in two freestyle events and the 100-yard butterfly. The Mill Valley, California native finished 21st in the 100 fly before posting a time of 48.87 in the 100 free. On the final day of the championships, Dahlke competed in the 200 free for the second year, finishing with a time of 1:48.00 to place 50th.

Leung competed on the platform for the fourth-straight year, coming 38th with a scored of 217.85.

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