Brazilian Junior National Champion Guilherme Caribé (2022) Verbals to Tennessee

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Guilherme Caribe, from Clube Dos Empregados Da Petrobrás (CEPE) in Brazil, has announced his verbal commitment to study and swim at the University of Tennessee in the class of 2026.

“I am so excited to announce my verbal commitment to continue my academic and swimming career at University to Tennessee! My goal is to study at a university that can offer me a good balance between academics and a good training structure, and I feel as though Tennessee is the best fit for me. I was amazed with the facilities, structure and all the attention that I got from the coaches. I aim to contribute as much as I can to the program. I wanted to thank my family, friends and ASM Scholarships for all the help and support to make my dream come true. GO VOLS”

Caribe is a three-time Brazilian junior national champion in the 50 free and 100 free in the 15, 16, and 17 age group. He broke Brazil’s National Age Group Record for 16-year-old boys in the LCM 50 free with 22.78 at the Walter Silva Trophy at the Arena in Salvador in December 2019. He eclipsed the previous NAG, set by Matheus Santana in 2012, by .01.

Caribe competed in the 50 free and 100 free at the Brazilian Olympic Trails, finishing 14th and 13th, respectively. He was a member of the South American champion 4×100 free relay this year, as well.

Caribe is a senior at Salesiano Dom Bosco. He will graduate at the end of 2021 and join the Volunteers in the fall of 2022 with Garret Green, Martin Espernberger, and Nick Simons. Caribe’s best converted times would have scored in the B final of the 100 free and the C final of the 50 free at 2021 SEC Championships.

Best LCM times:

  • 50 free – 22.78 (19.80)
  • 100 free – 49.73 (43.36)
  • 100 fly – 55.60 (48.82)

Best SCM times:

  • 50 free – 22.81 (20.54)
  • 100 free – 49.82 (44.88)
  • 200 free – 1.49.92 (1:39.02)
  • 100 IM – 57.11

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2 months ago

Garret Green is going to A&M not Tennessee

Curious George
2 months ago

Tennessee impressing right now with the international athletes they’re pulling in for the men and women

Reply to  Curious George
2 months ago

Same hype as last year w no follow through. Great recruits still need to be coached.

Curious George
Reply to  Rembeo
2 months ago

It appears that these new crop of swimmers are quite a bit better than what they’ve brought in before. I also wouldn’t say no follow through – 3rd at SECs for the men and Top Ten ncaa finish for the women after the great year they had before is pretty strong standing.

2 months ago

Coach Kredich and staff are doing a great job on the recruiting front

Reply to  bigswimming
2 months ago

Terrible job at the development

Thank you.
Reply to  Huh
2 months ago

Either stop trolling or give examples of such terrible development.

Curious George
Reply to  Huh
2 months ago

If you use the stimulator here on the swimswam website you’ll see that pretty much every year Tennessee is one of the top programs in development.

Mr Kredich and staff have probably done better than most programs when you look at previous class rankings and ncaa finishes over the past 8-10 years

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