individual superlatives

Although the Harvard Crimson took the team title, it was a trio of Princeton athletes that walked away with the individual awards at the 2009 Ivy Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships.

With two victories in the diving competition, senior Katie Giarra won the Diver of the Meet award.

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In a vote by the head coaches, junior Alicia Aemisegger earned the nod for the Swimmer of the Meet award.

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The final award of the night, the inaugural Career Points Champion award, was bestowed on senior Justina DiFazio. Over her Ivy career, DiFazio earned 534 total points, helping lead the Tigers to three team Ivy championships.

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Congratulations to all.

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About The Ivy League

Founded in 1954, the Ivy League includes Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Harvard, Princeton and Yale Universities, Dartmouth College and the University of Pennsylvania, and provides the country’s widest intercollegiate athletic opportunities for both men and women, with over 8,000 athletes competing each year. The Ivy League annually finishes among the top conferences in the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics competitive rankings, and Ivy student-athletes annually compile the country’s best records in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Academic Performance Ratings.
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