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Mizzou gets verbal from Muscatine Iowa backstroker Alex Walton

The Missouri Tigers picked up a verbal commitment on the men’s side this week in Iowa City Eels backstroker/IMer Alex Walton, who poses here in front of the livestock he owns in Iowa.


Carmel’s Peyton Mosbaugh headed to to Miami of Ohio after verbal commitment

Carmel Swim Club’s Peyton Mosbaugh has verbally committed to the Miami (OH) Redhawks for next season.

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Liberty picks up two verbals: backstroker Dani Jordan and freestyler Siani Null

Liberty University nabbed a pair of verbal commitments this week, adding Florida backstroker Dani Jordan (pictured above) and Pennsylvania freestyler Siani Null.

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Versatile Sydney Pesetti stays in state, makes commitment to Virginia Tech

Sydney Pesetti and her future Hokie teammate Zach Switzer, a current sophomore.


Maryann Miller, Kyle Reid win three races each at Paralympics Warrior Games

The 2014 Warrior Games brought together more than 200 service members who are wounded, injured or ill to compete in a major Paralympic competition at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs.

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Big Ten announces plans to guarantee all athletic scholarships for life, provide improved health insurance for student-athletes

The Big Ten conference has notified the NCAA of its new plan to provide student-athletes with more benefits, including guaranteed scholarships through four years and beyond if an athlete goes pro and returns to school, plus improved student-athlete health insurance.


Nebraska Huskers pick up verbal from KCB flyer Rilye Fries

Kansas City Blazers butterflyer Rilye Fries has verbally committed to swim for the University of Nebraska next season.

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Shields, Le Clos dominate Hong Kong points for men, Hosszu leads women by over 300

With the third of seven stops completed on the World Cup tour, Chad le Clos and Katinka Hosszu are in…

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World Cup Money Update: Seventeen grand for Hosszu, seven for Shields out of Hong Kong

Katinka Hosszu and Tom Shields were the top money-earners at the Hong Kong World Cup this week, with the former racking up $17,000 and the latter $7,500.

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Virginia Tech men pick up commitment from 48-second back/flyer Brent Benedict

Defending ACC champions Virginia Tech have added to their roster, getting a verbal commitment from Pennsylvania state champ Brent Benedict, who will join the H2Okies roster next fall.

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Erik Risolvato to continue comeback under Puerto Rican flag, beginning with Central American & Caribbean Games

Erik Risolvato has had a winding swimming journey thus far, and it’s a journey that will now continue under the banner of Puerto Rico.


HardCore Swim of the Week: Hinds starting the season on a high note for Florida

Natalie Hinds started her 2014 season with massive improvements over her 2013 season-opening times, including a 21.65 relay split in the 50 free.

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Virginia gets verbal from Ohio State Swim Club’s butterflyer/backstroker Rachel Politi

The University of Virginia has picked up a verbal commitment from Ohio State Swim Club’s Rachel Politi, adding a third member to their incoming freshman class.


VIDEO: Florida assistant Martyn Wilby addresses media at All Sports press conference

The Florida Gators hosted their All Sports Press Conference on Monday, with media getting a chance to hear from associate head coach Martyn Wilby.

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Shields, Hosszu earn most World Cup points on day 1 in Hong Kong, leaders stay the same

Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu and American Tom Shields were the biggest winners on day 1 of the Hong Kong World Cup, at least in terms of series points.

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