The Nittany Lions have picked up a verbal commitment from Somerset Valley YMCA’s Katrina Kuhn for the 2015-16 season.
Saint Andrews Swimming’s Rachael Bradford-Feldman has given a verbal commitment to the University of Louisville beginning with the 2015-16 season.
Laura Williams is the most recent recruit to give her verbal commitment to Coach Kristin Hill and the Boise State Broncos.
Harvard’s men’s team is jumping into action, garnering their first verbal commitment from NCAP’s Grant Goddard.
2014 Ivy League champions Harvard have picked up Southern California’s Meagan Popp beginning with the 2015-16 season.
Junior Nationals finalist Justin Ress has made a verbal commitment to join the Wolfpack for the 2015-16 season.
Rising distance freestyle star Joanna Evans of The Bahamas has made a verbal commitment to the Texas Longhorns.
The California Golden Bears Women’s and Men’s Swimming and Diving NCAA national champions were honored at halftime of the Cal-Colorado football game on Saturday.
The Stanford Cardinal received a verbal commitment from Southern California sprint freestyler Kaitlyn Albertoli.
Arizona’s Katie Shannahan and Ohio’s Marissa DelGado have both given their verbal commitments to the University of South Carolina for the 2015-16 season.
Butterflier and IMer Bailey Nero from Fort Collins, Colorado (shown here with her parents), has committed to the Auburn Tigers.
Delaware Swim Team distance star Robbie Dickson has committed to Penn State for the 2015-16 season.
The Lady Vols picked up a huge get when Virginia’s Maddy Banic gave them a verbal commitment.
Leah Rogers’ parents won’t have to go too far to watch her college meets; the Woodson High senior has elected to stay in-state and swim with Virginia Tech beginning in 2015-16.
Cara Norris has chosen to make Columbus home for her college career, following in her older sister Alex’s footsteps.