After dominating victories over Bucknell and Cornell during winter break, Saturday’s meet against Brown marks homecoming for the men’s swimming and diving team (4-2, 2-2 Ivy) as it looks to extend its winning streak to four. The Bears come to Uris fresh off their 171-129 win over Penn, their only Ivy win of the season. The Lions will look to assert themselves early, particularly in freestyle and diving events. The team won all but one freestyle event in its last two meets, and sophomore Micah Rembrandt won three of his four diving events while finishing second once. The Lions’ deep roster should continue to be consistent, as seven different swimmers won individual races against Cornell and Bucknell.
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Men's swimming looks to extend winning streak to four
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