Image featuring the five participating schools in the 2018 Seven Sisters Championship, including Bryn Mawr, Smith, Mount Holyoke, Vassar and Wellesley. Set to run Jan. 20-21, 2018 at MHC.

Welcome Athletes, Coaches, Family and Friends to the 2018 Seven Sisters Swimming and Diving Championship, proudly hosted by Mount Holyoke College at the Natatorium in the Kendall Sports and Dance Complex.


Important Links for this year's championship

Program Psych Sheets Meet Records Parking Directions Live Video DIII Standards Day 1 Release
Day 2 Release
Final Results


The 2018 Seven Sisters Swimming & Diving Championship Participants

Bryn Mawr Mount Holyoke Smith Vassar Wellesley
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Championship Schedule by Day

Saturday, January 20th    
  Session 1 - Swimming Competition  
Event Winner Time/Score
200-yd Freestyle Relay Vassar (Stephanie Kaplan, Hayley Schultz, Shannon Schrope, Brynn Lautenbacher) 1:41.75
15 minute break    
500-yd Freestyle Sammy Stone (Vassar College) 5:14.59
200-yd Individual Medley Rhea Randhawa (Vassar College) 2:09.86
50-yd Freestyle Brynn Lautenbacher (Vassar College) 25.38
15 minute break    
400-yd Medley Relay Vassar College (Rhea Randhawa, Hayley Schultz, Brynn Lautenbacher, Sammy Stone) 3:59.81
1-meter Diving Maura Sticco-Ivins (Wellesley College) 451.70 %
4:15pm-6:00pm Session II - Swimming Competition  
200-yd Medley Relay Wellesley (Kayleigh Svensson, Danielle Peterson, Emma Hemlich, Margaret Harrigan) 1:51.29
15 minute break    
400-yd Individual Medley Rhea Randhawa (Vassar College) 4:35.28
100-yd Butterfly Ellie Kennedy-Wood (Vassar College) 59.83
200-yd Freestyle Sammy Stone (Vassar College) 1:57.30
100-yd Breaststroke Shannon Schrope (Vassar College) 1:04.88 ^%
100-yd Backstroke Rhea Randhawa (Vassar College) 59.36
15 minute break    
800-yd Freestyle Relay Vassar (Rhea Randhawa, Angharad Healey, Kael Ragnini, Sammy Stone) 7:59.68
Sunday, January 21st    
3-meter Diving Maura Sticco-Ivins (Wellesley College) 510.95 %
12:15pm-3:45pm Session III - Swimming Competition  
Event Winner Time
1650-yd Freestyle Angharad Healey (Vassar College) 18:12.13
15 minute break    
200-yd Backstroke Rhea Randhawa (Vassar College) 2:06.35
100-yd Freestyle Emma Hemlich (Wellesley College) 55.38
200-yd Breaststroke Shannon Schrope (Vassar College) 2:23.98
200-yd Butterfly Jessie Feng (Wellesley College) 2:13.24
15 minute break    
400-yd Freestyle Relay Wellesley (Sunny Chiang, Solveig Stensland, Kayleigh Svensson, Emily Yeager) 3:41.05

^ - Indicates Seven Sisters Championship Record
% - Indicates DIII Qualifying Standard Time or Score

Congratulations to the 2018 Seven Sisters Champions, Wellesley College!!

The 2018 Seven Sisters Championship, All-Seven Sisters Team (Comprised of the 1st place finishers in every event). CONGRATULATIONS!!!

Congratulations to the 2018 recipient of the Marly Pineda Award, handed out at Saturday night's Seven Sisters Banquet! This year's honoree is Wellesley College diver Maura Sticco-Ivins (right). Sticco-Ivins is pictured with former Smith College head coach (current diving coach), Kim Bierwert!! 


History of the Seven Sisters

In November 1980, Barnard hosted Bryn Mawr, New Rochelle and Vassar in a four-team basketball tournament, won by New Rochelle. Following the tournament, the original Seven Sisters institutions - Barnard, Bryn Mawr, Mount Holyoke, Radcliffe, Smith, Vassar and Wellesley - joined to conduct championships in common sports. Radcliffe (now Harvard in the athletic arena) was invited but opted not to join and Barnard (now competing as Columbia) was unable to participate in all championships.

Without Radcliffe and Barnard, only five of the original Seven Sisters remained. Haverford and Swarthmore were invited to join the championships as cousins, and depending on the tournament, several other schools have been invited to compete, including: Agnes Scott, Haverford, Swarthmore, Simmons, Elms and Saint Catherine. Seven Sisters Tournaments are currently held in crew, cross country, squash, swimming and diving and tennis.