Day One of the Mizzou Invite saw several school records fall as nearly twenty teams converged to compete in Columbia, Missouri.
Three divers, two Georgian and one Floridian, sign with the University of Georgia’s Class of 2022.
As announced by the University of Georgia, Portia Del Rio Brown of Broadview Heights, Ohio, has signed a NLI to swim with the Bulldogs as part of the Class of 2022.
The No. 1-ranked Hoosier men topped both Notre Dame and Cincinatti at home, while the No. 9-ranked Hoosier women lost a heartbreaker to Notre Dame in the final 200 free relay.
U.S. Open and Winter Nationals qualifier Dillon Hall of Savannah, Georgia is the latest verbal commitment to the FSU men’s swimming and diving team Class of 2022.
Led by their dominant diving performances, the Northeastern Huskies toppled the Boston University Terriers by a score of 175-20.
Four-time Tennessee State Champion and Junior National Finalist Caleb Harrington commits to continue his family’s swimming legacy at the University of Georgia.
Four-time U.S. Open qualifier and jack-of-all-events Luke Durocher of Nation’s Capital Swim Team has verbally committed to swim for the Georgia Bulldogs as part of the Class of 2022.
Two-time U.S. Open qualifier Keegan Walsh gives his verbal to in-state Georgia Bulldogs, to become their 4th men’s team commitment of the Class of 2022.
Olympic Trials Qualifier Tan Dunn gives the Georgia men’s team its third verbal commitment for the Class of 2022.
The South Carolina women’s team has picked up two verbal commitments from mid-distance freestyler Haley Arner (pictured above) and the versatile Kaelyn Dougherty.
Local diver Addison Kelly carries momentum from summer success at AAU Nationals into a verbal commitment at the University of Georgia.
National qualifier Caroline Aikins, a product of Georgia’s SwimAtlanta, has made her verbal commitment to swim for the Lady Bulldogs.
Veronica Burchill and Taylor Dale, who are both slated to compete at the World University Games this August, looked sharp at the Georgia Senior LC State Championships in Athens, Georgia.
With Juniors cuts in 8 different individual events, Connecticut’s Max Miranda is a versatile pick-up for the Fighting Irish.