Alex Walsh and Gretchen Walsh can add something new to their seemingly endless list of accomplishments: designing a swimsuit collection.
Ross will have the opportunity to train with Delaware’s top breaststroker, Mania Tasakou. Ross could also become a top 100 breaststroker for the program.
Leung, a swimmer for Irvine Novaquatics and NAG relay recordholder, has verbally committed to Northwestern University for the fall of 2023.
Smith outlined his reasons for turning pro instead of using his final year of eligibility, his hopes for future relays, and his post-swimming career goals.
Widmer has the potential to earn points for Kenyon at conference championships upon her arrival in 2023, especially in the back events.
Addison will be able to train with William & Mary’s top current backstrokers when she joins in 2023. She can also add depth to the IM events.
Foltz will join Indiana next fall, along with a couple of other similarly strong breaststrokers. She has the potential to make Big Ten finals upon arrival.
Schuetze will join Cincinnati in the fall of 2023. She can add depth to the butterfly program, and joins 2023 recruits with specialties in all the strokes.
Putchinski has the opportunity to have an immediate impact on the team when she joins next fall, specifically in the IM program.
Bugel, when she joins in 2023, could help bulk up Bucknell’s backstroke program, especially with the help of this year’s freshmen.
Murphy touched on a wide range of topics with the SwimSwam podcast, including his competitive spirit, his work outside of swimming, and his plans for 2024.
Sullivan is currently focused on getting back to her pre-injury speeds, aiming to get her 1500 splits back to Tokyo times.
Criscione will join her sister, Francesca, who swims for NAU, in the WAC. Criscione has the opportunity to be one of, if not the, top distance swimmer at GCU.
Powell was part of the state-winning 200 medley relay in 2021. She will join a relatively young breaststroke team at Cincinnati.