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PeopleHop: Two Lady Lion Swimmers are NCAA-Bound!

For the second year in a row, Katie Meili CC ’13 is heading to the NCAA Championships after a stellar performance at Ivies, which this year included three individual titles, two Ivy League records, the Swimmer of the Meet title (for the second straight year), and the Career High Point Swimmer title. Her blistering times earned […]

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Bwog Sports Sunday: Hand Out the Hardware

The Lions racked up some serious hardware this week as the winter season comes to a close. Breaststroker and overall swimming machine Katie Meili walked away from the Women’s Swimming and Diving Ivy League Championships this weekend with three individual titles, three pool records, three school records, two Ivy League records, the Swimmer of the […]

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Meili to Rep Lions at NCAA’s

Katie Meili, CC’13, has had one of the most impressive seasons in Women’s Swimming & Diving program history, culminating with a record-shattering swim in the 100 yard breaststroke at the 2012 Ivy League Championship. The Texas native captured four other Ivy League titles that weekend and was unanimously named Most Outstanding Swimmer of the Meet. […]

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