Kemper John (pictured above) and Maggie Dominick have committed to the Bearcats’ women’s team and will move to Cincinnati in the fall of 2021.
Sara Jass, a Winter Juniors qualifier in the 200 breast, will swim for the University of Illinois beginning in the 2022-23 school year.
Colorado Springs Swim Team’s Ana Rojas has given the Boilermakers their first public verbal commitment for the class of 2026.
Jenna Watson was huge for the Mustangs, posting 2 event wins, a 2nd-place finish, and helping an SMU relay to victory.
Peyton Palsha (above) and Vanessa Herrmann each broke Pool Records as Arkansas won the most lopsided meet in series history over Kansas.
Max McHugh of Minnesota stole the show with the nation’s #1 time in the 100 breast and the T-3rd-fastest 50 breast split in history on the 200 medley relay.
Matthew goes into details of where the hardest struggles came, how his diet changed, and being too sore to even sleep some nights.
Notre Dame sophomore Coleen Gillilan won every event she raced in this weekend, including relays.
The Bears were hot off the blocks, winning five of the first six races, propelling UNC to a big lead early and they never looked back.
The Rebels took 10 of 12 events en route to a 196-103 victory over the Wolfpack at Lombardi pool.
The Blue Devils finished 1-2 in nine events on the day en route to a decisive 184-5-112.5 triumph over the Pioneers.
World champion Maggie MacNeil is one Wolverine uniquely affected as she would have to undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine in order to return home to Canada.
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