Darby Goodwin, an All-American & Academic All-American from The Pine School & Saint Andrew’s Swimming, has verbally committed to Villanova…
Jay Yang from Sandpipers of Nevada has made a verbal commitment to swim at West Point.
Emmy Sehmann has made a verbal commitment to the Wisconsin Badgers for 2015-16.
Abigail Richey, a three-time Virginia 3A state champion in mid-distance freestyle, has made a verbal commitment to the SCAD Savannah Bees.
Ali Powell has committed verbally to the Arizona Wildcats for the 2015-16 season.
Annika Kollevoll of the Bolles School has made a verbal commitment to join the Northwestern Wildcats beginning with the 2015-16 season.
Walker Bell of Santa Barbara Swim Club has committed to swim at University of Southern California in the class of 2019.
Alex Valente has made his college decision: he gave a verbal commitment to the USC Trojans for the class of 2019.
Colorado butterflier Max Holter has given his verbal commitment to the University of Texas.
Alyssa Cook, a breaststroke/IM specialist from King Aquatic Club, has committed to the University of Texas.
Max St George of B.R. Ryall Swim Team has made a verbal commitment to Duke.
University of San Diego received a verbal commitment from Washington state high school champion Mackenna Briggs for 2015-16.
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Minnesota Golden Gophers added another verbal commitment to their class of 2019, that of Cedar Rapids Aquatics Association’s Calvin Greve.
The USC Trojans won another dual meet on the road this weekend, beating the Gauchos 152-107 in Santa Barbara.