Sprinter Caitlin Cockcroft wearing her new UNC-Wilmington gear as she prepares to strengthen their sprint free and fly group next year.
Californian backstroke/IMer Alexander Kapphahn will be heading for Wesleyan in the fall of 2015-16.
The defending NCAA Division II national champions picked up a verbal commitment from Kansas City Swim Academy’s Ashley Sturman
Wisconsin received a verbal commitment from Madison Tew, a freestyle who swims with the Waukesha Express Swim Team.
Utes’ head coach Joe Dykstra explains why Junior Nationals is such an important meet for recruiting purposes, and what his takeaways have been from the 2014 version.
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The third times a charm for Carmel Swim Club’s Hanna House. She has a had a wild recruiting journey, but…
The Florida State men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams have added 22 athletes to the roster for the 2014-15 season.
Saint Louis head swimming and diving coach Jim Halliburton has announced the addition of 23 student-athletes (13 women, 10 men) for the 2014-15 competition season.
UNC adds one male and female to their verbals from the 2014 class. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Maria Sheridan, who swims for SwimMAC, will stay in home state of North Carolina as she verbally committed to Duke (Photo Credit: USA Swimming)
The Aggies have gotten a verbal commitment from #10 ranked Bethany Galat out of South Bend, Indiana.
A noteworthy recruit joins Division III: Cooper Tollen (left) of Dresher, Pensylvania has verbally committed to the Emory Eagles.
The Ohio State Buckeyes are having a great run at recruiting within the Class of 2014. (Photo Credit: Makena Lynch)
The NCAA continues to push ahead big recruiting changes, but swimming has been exempted from one key proposal.