Harmon will make the move from Texas to Massachusetts this fall with her commitment to swim at Simmons University, a D3 program located in Boston.
The Danish national champion in the 100 back, Sofus Balladone will be joining the Oakland University Golden Grizzlies this fall.
Catch up on the biggest stories, both in and out of the pool, surrounding the Tokyo Paralympic Games.
Sava will provide a massive boost to the program’s fly group, with the potential to challenge the USPORTS records in both races with small improvements.
Marvarov will be making the trip across the Atlantic Ocean this fall to Grambier, Ohio when he joins Kenyon College Swimming.
Trueb will be the second big addition to the Rutgers diving program when she arrives on campus this fall with three years of remaining eligibility.
Drawdy will have the potential to contribute to the Georgia Southern Eagles in multiple events during her freshman season with the team.
After competing for Dartmouth for three seasons, Sodooff will be joining the Duke Blue Devils to compete on the diving boards this fall.
Luus will immediately provide Denison with NCAA scoring potential as he would have been among DIII’s best two years ago at the NCAA Championships.
A finalist at the 2021 Mountain West Championships, Guryeva has announced that she will be using her 5th year of eligibility at Division II Saginaw Valley.
A two-time NISCA All-American, Saldanha will join the Miami University Redhawks as a part of their freshman class in the fall of 2022.
Caroline Sisson will be joining the University of Georgetown Hoyas with two remaining years of eligibility while pursuing her master’s degree.
Multiple athletes have seen themselves removed from the Olympic Village as other teams wreck havoc on their rooms following competition.
Ulett claimed the top spot in both the 200 IM and 200 back to close out the Huntsville Futures meet in Huntsville, Alabama.
Bellard entered the top-100 for the first time in the women’s 400 free, while Heck climbed nearly 30 places in the men’s 200 breast.