Junior College national record-holder Stefan Stojmenovic of Indian River State College has verbally committed to swim for Florida State next season.
The Auburn men reached into California for their latest verbal commitment, picking up Rancho San Dieguito butterflyer/freestyler Liam McCloskey.
Elizabeth Stinson, a distance freestyle specialist, has made a verbal commitment to swim for the University of Southern California under head coach Dave Salo for the 2015-2016 season.
A healthy Missy Franklin showed up in Florida alongside her Cal teammates, who eschewed the meet’s “All-Florida” title. After back spasms interrupted her summer, Franklin’s health is paramount to Cal’s success this season.
With the Moscow World Cup ending the tour’s second cluster, Chad le Clos and Katinka Hosszu each benefited from the tour’s cluster bonuses to crack new barriers in the money lists.
Chad le Clos and Katinka Hosszu continue to hurtle towards repeat World Cup points championships, as each finished as the highest scorers in Moscow and in all of Cluster 2.
First Baptist High School swept the AAA titles at the South Carolina Independent School Association (SCISA) state championships on Saturday, which brought the girls streak to 8-straight.
The Florida Gators went all the way up to Michigan to get their latest verbal commitment, but in Mollie Pulte, they get a versatile talent that fits the Florida Gator mold.
The Penn State Nittany Lions brought in a verbal commitment from breaststroker Sam Petrini this weekend, continuing to build their solid young nucleus.
Japan’s Kosuke Hagino was named the MVP of the Asian Games among all sports and all nationalities, thanks to his 7-for-7 medal performance in Incheon.
North Carolina State wrapped up team wins at the 3rd annual All-NC Invite, dominating the final two sessions on Saturday.
Kierra Smith and CJ Smith (pictured) each won two events and put up a NCAA-leading time apiece to help Minnesota triumph in its season opener.
Kevin Cordes and Brad Tandy didn’t compete and the Wisconsin men took advantage, knocking off Arizona in the Wildcats home pool.
Amber Carter (pictured) and Kaitlin Sepp picked up two wins apiece in LSU’s win over Tulane.
Junior Chloe Mitchell (left) and her coach Brian Nabeta (right) show off DART’s new Breast Cancer Awareness caps, the product of Mitchell’s upstart fundraising campaign in California.