Schoeman was a member of the South African Olympic team for four straight Games from 2000 to 2012.
Margo Geer will battle with seven other women, including Olympians Mallory Comerford and Farida Osman, through three rounds of the 50 free this evening in Louisville.
Fratus just threw down a world-leading 21.47 at the 2019 Brazil Trophy in his second competition since shoulder surgery in September, while Geer is the defending champion from last year.
Tuinman is the second Club Wolverine backstroker to join Michigan’s class of 2024.
Gholston made A finals in the 50 and 100 free at the 2019 Texas 6A Championships, and she’ll join an Auburn program hot off of a great season for their sprinters.
Schaedler will continue a recent tradition of excellent freestylers to develop through the Michigan program.
Davis is coming off of a high school junior season where she finished 3rd at the IHSA Championships in the 200 free and 8th in the 100 free.
Sand, a sprinter from Bolles School Sharks, had initially announced a verbal commitment to the Arizona State Sun Devils.
Bacon, the 2018 Winter Nationals runner-up in the 100 back, is also the second-fastest girl in 15-16 history in the event in long course.
Caio Pumputis had a huge swim in the men’s 200 IM, dropping three seconds and taking the win.
Kennett’s strengths lie in sprint free and breast.
Mechling was a C finalist at the 2018 Speedo Winter Junior Championships – West.
Moynihan will join a young sprint group at FSU this fall.
This is a huge snag for Cal, who previously had no top 20 recruits in their class of 2024.
Liendo had a huge swim in the 100 fly, while Bellio put forth several big personal bests.