It is pretty easy to find a strong swimming school by looking at the rankings, but what about all of the other schools that are not consistently ranked. How do you determine if a school has a good swim program and if it is headed in the right direction?
Swim Pasadena’s Garrett Chin will head across the country to swim for Boston University.
Genny Pittman will stay in state as she has signed with Auburn University. (Photo Credit: Auburn’s Twitter)
The University of New Mexico added Morgan Ginnis to their 2014 signing class. (Photo Credit: Ginnis’s Twitter)
ND adds Alyssa Storino to their 2014 signing class. (Photo Credit: Laurie Storino)
Caitlynn Moon signed her NLI to Texas A&M amongst her teammates. (Photo Credit: Moon)
Bearcats add Ryan Peters to their 2014 signing class. (Photo Credit: Gary Peters)
Caitlin Daday, with her coach and father, signed her NLI to Villanova University last week. (Photo Credit: Caitlin Daday)
Sean Bloore will head to Utah and Natalie Amberg will travel south to UCLA next fall. (Photo Credit: Crow Canyon Sharks Twitter)
Bolles swimmers Luke Georgiadis & Salem Peacock will head north together next year to University of Virginia (Photo Credit: Valaree Georgiadis)
Jacquie Kinman, left, and Brianna Mount, right, from GPAC are two of the four swimmers will swim for Division I programs next year. (Photo Credit: Tony Giberson)
Patrick Lane signs his letter of intent to Towson University. (Photo Credit: Patrick Lane)
Dutch swimmer Dorien Butter, by way of Egypt, has signed her letter to swim for the Utah Utes.
Alex Peterson of Laguna Hills CA has verbally committed to swim for the University of Pennsylvania Quakers.