Courtney Kresl from Fort Wayne, Indiana, made a verbal commitment to join Purdue University’s swimming and diving team in 2016.
Kristie Darmody, who swims for SwimMAC Carolina and Providence Senior High School, gave her verbal to James Madison for 2016-17.
Canada’s Mackenzie Glover’s verbal commitment marks the third high-level pickup for NC State so far this season.
Aislinn Light, who swims for Socal Aquatics and Mater Dei High School, has opted to spend her collegiate career at U.C. Berkeley.
Maddie Strasen, who swims for Tampa Bay Aquatics and Robinson High School, has verbally committed to the University of Vermont for 2016.
New Zealand’s Rebekah Bradley has verbally committed to join the Mean Green for 2016-17.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana-native Colin Bone has made a verbal commitment to Auburn University for 2016-17.
Bluefish Swim Club’s Lilly Vivado has given her verbal commitment to the UCLA Bruins.
Sarah-Dalton Chambliss, shown here with Tusk the Mascot, has given a verbal commitment to the University of Arkansas Razorbacks.
Isabella Goldsmith of Sandpipers of Nevada has made a verbal commitment to UCLA for 2016-17.
Bolles School Sharks’ Madison Michaels has made a verbal commitment to Pennsylvania’s Franklin & Marshall College for 2016-17.
Reilly Lanigan of Lake Forest, Illinois, gave a verbal commitment to the University of Notre Dame today.
Jacki Schoening of Marlins of Raleigh has verbally committed to join the Towson Tigers starting in 2016-17.
France’s Florent Manaudou is one of the few swimmers with times that meet the Federation’s new standards for qualification to Rio.
Emily Zimcosky (PA) and Kelsey Hahn (FL) have both announced their verbal commitments to Ohio University for 2016-17.