Elwyn will join his state 100-yard backstroke runner-up when he arrives to Salt Lake City in the fall of 2020.
Appleton will arrive in Hanover with career-best times in the distance freestyle races that will place her amongst the top times on the Big Green D-Squad.
Bacik will be joining a very large class for the Wildcats, chocked full of backstrokers and sprint freestylers to train with.
Hood will be able to make an immediate impact when she arrives on campus in the fall; her breaststroke times would be the fastest of the current team members.
Only a junior in high school, Ivan has times in the 50 freestyles that are within striking distance of scoring at Big Tens and qualifying for Olympic Trials.
As a junior, Smith won two bronze medals at the Florida High School State Championship meet in the sprint freestyles.
Bragg capped off his senior year at the Georgia 6A High School State Runner Up in the 100-yard backstroke.
Bates’ breaststroke times from Sectionals put him within 1.5 and 3 seconds of the Olympic Trials cuts in the 100 and 200 meter races, respectively.
Fick won the AA High School 1M diving title both as a junior and as a senior after finishing 25th as a freshman and 9th as a sophomore.
Gould will join the Falcons fresh off a WAC team championship, including individual championships in the 400 yard IM and 1,650-yard freestyle.
Reardon has a career-best time in the 200-yard freestyle that would have been invited to the 2019 DIII National Championship meet.
Kentucky has had a backstroker All-American for every year since 2015, so Galvin will be looking to join the ranks of the great female Wildcat backstrokers.
Yoder adds her name to a large and ever-growing list of swimmers looking to join the rising Tar Heels.
The Seminoles currently have five girls that have 500 yard freestyle times between two and five seconds off of Dyjak’s best time.
Zajdzinski’s best times in the 500 and 1,650 yard freestyles would have made the ‘A’ final at the 2020 Big East Conference Championship meet.