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.
Davo Salo has himself another male commitment tonight, from freestyler Ian Silverman from NBAC. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Zara Bailey, right, will swim for the Buckeyes at The Ohio State University next fall. (Photo Credit: Quinn Rooney/Getty Images Europe)
Caitlin Cooper from Dynamo Swim Club will immediately add to the Cavaliers sprint group next season with her verbal commitment.
The Volunteers and Hoosiers both picked up Indiana Natives with verbal commitments.
Arizona Wildcats add verbal commitments from JJ Osborn and Claire Lockridge for the class of 2014.
Indiana has had a very busy week in Swimming News and they add another commitment with Canada’s Kennedy Goss.
Logan Samuelson, class of 2014, has committed to swim for Auburn University. Samuelson is a standout distance freestyler from the state of Florida. (Photo Provided By: Logan Samuelson)
Princeton gets commitment from another top female swimming in the class of 2014 (Marsteller bottom right). (Photo Credit: Amanda Smith)
College coaches base a lot of their recruiting on a swimmer’s potential. Any good coach wants to believe they are recruiting a swimmer who they can help get faster. They are all looking for swimmers who are “headed in the right direction.” (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)