Crane can help propel Master’s to the top of the sprint events at PCSC Championships. He has already won individually in the first couple meets of the season.
Bradburn, a member of the England National Squad, primarily swims free and fly. She has the potential to make A finals at the CAA Championships.
Jackson will be starting her freshman year, specializing in free; Popelka is pursuing his MBA and specializes in free and back.
Goncalves has already launched his career at TCU, competing against BYU in October. He swims breaststroke and IM events.
Kacapor has the potential to make finals, even as a freshman, of the Ivy League Championships. His sprinting skills will add depth to the team.
Countryman already became the most decorated swimmer in his high school’s history, and he comes to Oakland with the ability to train with its rising stars.
Groves is an Alabama state runner-up in the 100 fly and 100 back, and he has potential to rise to the top of Army’s butterfly team.
Jenny has shown off her free, breast, back, and IM skills in Georgia, and she’ll soon bring those skills up to Penn State.
Flanagan won both the 200 and 500 free in February, and she has the potential to be one of the top freestylers at Cal Baptist.
Summer Juniors qualifier Slonac will be able to make an immediate impact in both backstroke and IM events when he arrives in the fall.
Mungia is a top recruit for Arizona, which will lose many breaststrokers in the next couple of years. He is also state champion in the 200 IM and 100 breast.
Moore, a state finalist in the 100 fly, is a versatile swimmer, but could be one of the fastest breaststrokers on NMU’s team.
Cole can distinguish himself as a mid-distance swimmer, and already has times fast enough to make him one of the top 200 and 500 freestylers on the team.
Colvin’s fast times in free and back could help the Razorbacks, though she can also provide versatility with her butterfly.
Kennedy has steadily improved in both the 50 free and 100 back, with the potential to be one of the top swimmers in both when he arrives in 2024.