The Big Ten Champions are adding to their roster depth with Bull, whose 200 free time is already fast enough for the conference final.
The versatile Mouhidin bleeds crimson, training with Crimson Aquatics and committing to the application process to swim for the Harvard Crimson in college.
After leaving her mark both academically and athletically in high school, Pickeral will take her talents to the Generals for 2024-2025.
Hard work paid off last year for the Scholastic All-American, who earned best times capable of scoring in five events at the 2023 Ivy League Championships.
The butterflier’s best times could have scored 2x the points UChicago needed last season to break Emory’s 24-year winning streak at the UAA Championships.
If she had been on the roster last season, Sherman could have been the difference-maker for the Sagehens at the SCIAC Championships.
The Bonnies already have four verbal commitments for 2025-2026, an early start for the program in its second season under head coach Mike Smiechowski.
Currently a high school junior, Tangeman is demonstrating steady improvement and a talent for the distance freestyle events.
With roster-leading times in the 1000 and 1500 free, Ren’s strength in the distance events will be a welcome addition to the St. Bonaventure Bonnies.
Garza has big potential to contribute in a strong event for Big Red; Denison outscored every D3 school in breaststroke last season – except NCAA champ Emory.
The sprinter’s best time in the 100 backstroke is already within a second of what it took to qualify for finals at the 2023 A-10 Championships.
With several best times that would have scored at the 2023 SCIAC Championships, Walz’s versatility could help the Sagehens close in on conference rival CMS.
The Futures qualifier will deliver NESCAC-scoring times to his hometown team. Sun’s 200 fly PB would have placed 7th at last season’s championships.
A 200 fly specialist, Zollinger’s best time is already among the program’s top three from last season – and it’s fast enough to have scored at the 2023 WAC Championships.
Lee is the first 2024 commitment reported to SwimSwam for the beleaguered BC Eagles. With roster-leading times in 100 and 200 freestyle, recruiting Lee bodes well for the suspended team’s future.