Recently, Dylan Boyd announced his decision to transfer out of ASU to finish out his three remaining years of NCAA eligibility with Michigan. Now, two Indiana swimmers have announced they’ll be transferring to ASU. Jackson Etter and Jack Kucharczyk, both sophomores, are heading to Tempe for the next NCAA season.
Arizona State is where Indiana had its winter training trip in the 2017-2018 season, giving the athletes an up-close-and-personal look at the Tempe campus.
Etter, a rising junior from State College, Pa., is an IM’er/distance freestyler.
“I am transferring for the opportunity to swim for Bob Bowman and his fantastic staff, and to take advantage of all that Phoenix and ASU have to offer, including the weather.”
- 500y free – 4:38.74
- 1000y free – 9:31.89
- 1650y free – 15:42.26
- 200y IM – 1:49.74
- 400y IM – 3:52.29
Etter was named to the 2018 Big Ten All-Academic Team.
Kucharczyk, a rising junior from Shelby Township, Mich., is a breaststroke specialist.
“A.S.U. provides endless opportunities in swimming, academics as well as a great environment to succeed. With the team culture, and guidance of Bob Bowman, as well as his staff all goals are possible. I can’t wait for next chapter.”
- 100y breast – 54.40
- 100m breast – 1:04.71
- 200y breast – 1:56.20
- 200m breast – 2:16.71
Kucharczyk says he will start training there at the end of this semester, suggesting he’ll be training in Tempe all summer.