Aaron Greenberg
Aaron Greenberg
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Eden Prairie, Minn.
High School: Eden Prairie
Position: Freestyle/Breaststroke/Backstroke
Major: Economics; History

Best Times:     50 Freestyle:  19.29       100 Freestyle:  42.63

100 Butterfly:  47.49      100 Backstroke:  48:12


2017-2018 (Senior):  Shared the Phil Moriarty Prize, given to an upperclassman "who has contributed immeasurably to the Yale Swimming tradition by his dedication and personal achievement," with teammate Kei Hyogo... Anchored the second-place 400-yard freestyle relay at the 2018 Ivy League Swimming and Diving Championships… Swam in the third-place 200-yard medley relay… Swam in the third-place 200-yard freestyle relay… Swam in fifth-place 400-yard medley relay… 50-yard freestyle: 20th place at the 2018 NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships… First place at Ivies… Seventh place at Ohio State Invitational… First place vs. Brown… First place at Columbia… First place at Dartmouth vs. Penn… First place vs. Cornell… Second place at Harvard vs. Princeton… 100-yard freestyle: 22nd at NCAAs… First place at Ivies… Fifth place at Ohio State Invitational… First place vs. Brown… First place at Columbia… First place at Dartmouth vs. Penn… Second place at Harvard vs. Princeton… 100-yard butterfly: Eighth place at Ivies… 100-yard backstroke: 100-yard IM: First place vs. Cornell.

2016-2017 (Junior): Anchored the second-place 400-yard freestyle at the 2017 Ivy League Swimming and Diving Championships… Swam in the fourth-place 200-yard freestyle relay… Swam freestyle in the 200-yard medley relay… Swam backstroke in the 400-yard medley relay with a personal best time of 48.12… 50-yard freestyle: 24th place at 2017 NCAA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships… First place at Ivies with a personal best time of 19.41... First place vs. Brown and UMass… First place vs. Columbia… First place at Virginia Tech Invitational… First place Dartmouth and Penn… Second place at Penn State… First place at Cornell… First place vs. Harvard and Princeton… 100-yard freestyle: 26th at NCAAs with a personal best time of 42.90… Third place at Ivies... First place vs. Brown and UMass… First place vs. Columbia… Second place Dartmouth and Penn… Second place at Penn State… Second place vs. Harvard and Princeton… 100-yard butterfly: Seventh place at Ivies with a personal best time of 47.49... First place at Cornell… 100-yard backstroke: 38th at NCAAs… 18th place at Virginia Tech Invitational.

2014-2015 (Sophomore): Swam in third-place 400-yard freestyle relay at Ivy League Swimming and Diving Championships... Also swam in fourth-place 200-yard freestyle relay... 50-yard freestyle: Third place at Ivies, achieved personal best time of 19.84...  First place vs. Boston University... First place at Cornell... Sixth place at Bucknell Invitational... Eighth place at HYP... 100-yard freestyle: Seventh place at Ivies, with personal best time of 44.02... Fifth place at Bucknell Invitational... 100-yard butterfly: Finished 18th at Ivies.

2013-2014 (First Year): Swam Yale's fastest relay split of the season at HYP (19.79, freestyle)...50 yard freestyle: Ninth at Ivy League Championships; time of 20.26 was Yale's fastest  for the season…First vs. BU and Rutgers…Seventh at HYP…Fourth vs. Dartmouth and Penn… 100-yard freestyle:  23rd at Ivy League Championships, recorded season best time of 45.15 in prelims…First vs. Cornell…Sixth at HYP…100-yard backstroke: 11th at Ivy League Championships…Second vs. Dartmouth and Penn.

Before Yale: Eight-time high school state champion ... two-time high school state champion in 50 free and 100 free ... two time high school team state champion ... 12-time high school all-american ... 15-time high school all-state ... four-time high school all-conference ... Captain of high school team senior year ... Sixth place at NCSA Junior Nationals ... Two-time silver medalist at 2013 World Maccabiah Games ... Minnesota club state record holder in 50 free ... USA Swimming Scholastic All-America

Why Yale: "I chose Yale because I knew it would be an environment where I could best thrive both in the pool and in the classroom. The team also seemed to be much closer and supportive of one another than any other school I visited."