Monmouth (men’s and women’s teams) and Stony Brook (women’s swimming and diving team) will join the CAA on July 1, 2022.
“I believe that treating people with respect and dignity is more important than any trophy or record will ever be,” said Forde in a statement.
Ethan Maloney’s 100 breast time is already fast enough to score for the H2Okies at the ACC men’s championship meet.
Futures qualifier Liam Boomer has signed an NLI to swim at Northern Michigan beginning in the fall of 2022.
Molly Donlan, a US Open-qualified back and fly specialist, has verbally committed to the Duke University class of 2027.
Sienna Karp, a US Open qualifier in the 100/200 breast, is the Nittany Lions’ first verbal commitment for the women’s class of 2027.
Futures qualifier Leyla Sleime has made a verbal commitment to the Purdue Boilermakers for the 2023-24 school year and beyond.
Kurucz, a Futures qualifier in the 50/100/200/500 free and 100/200 fly, will join the ASU class of 2027 in the fall of 2023.
Chattahoochee Gold IMer Lauren Blase has verbally committed to the University of Alabama for 2023-24.
Johnsen is the Danish NAG record-holder in both the SCM 50 back and LCM 50 back; he will join the Cardinals in the fall of 2023.
Bolles teammates Kayden Lancaster and Aidan Paro have both announced their verbal commitments to Louisville for 2023-24.
Stephanie Balduccini will bring times to Ann Arbor that would already score in the A finals at B1G Championships in three events.
The ASCA has issued a statement asking the NCAA to review and update its rules on transgender athletes’ participation in women’s swimming.
The NCAA Board of Governors will discuss its transgender participation policy at its meeting on Thursday, January 20 and will issue a statement thereafter.
Summer Juniors-qualifying breast/IM specialist John Watson from GOAL in Omaha has verbally committed to the Mizzou Tigers for 2023-24.