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.
The Georgia Bulldogs snag in-state sprinter Billy Rothery as the ninth member of the Class of 2017 men’s squad.
Sprint freestyler Marty Stange from Peachtree City, Georgia will head to Gainesville to join the Florida Gators as part of 2017-2018 roster.
The Stanford women won every relay, and 15 of 21 total events, to capture their 20th PAC-12 title in program history.
Day Two of the Bulldog Invite was headlined by Auburn’s men swimming fast in the 200 back, 200 fly and 200 breast.
Nine B1G conference records fell as Indiana claimed its 25th team conference title. Michigan and Ohio State finished in a tie for second.
Swimmers and divers from 23 different schools are set to compete in Athens, Georgia, at the 2017 Bulldog Invitation, in an effort to achieve or lower their NCAA qualifying times.
Day Three of the 2017 Men’s B1G Championships continues with the much anticipated 200 individual free, and two swims by reigning B1G recordholder Matt McHugh.