Back/fly specialist Lauren O’Connor from Academy Bullets has committed to swim at Cincinnati beginning in the 2024-25 school year.
The committee’s report will be discussed with the Board of Directors next week at the annual NCAA Convention in San Antonio.
A state championships qualifier in three different states across his high school career, Subotich will join the Bearcats as a member of their class of 2027.
SMU’s Nicole Stambo won both of the diving events against TCU, earning her AAC Women’s Diver of the Week.
Colin Feehery became SMU’s fastest all-time performer in the men’s 200 freestyle (1:34.48) as the Mustang men rolled to a 207-93 win over TCU.
Rice’s Hayon won Women’s Swimmer of the Week, while SMU swept the other three awards, including Dominic Hoefer (pictured) claiming men’s diving honors.
Colin Feehery’s school record led SMU to a win in the men’s meet, while San Diego State overcame a big showing by Laticia Transom to take the women’s title.
Rice’s Arielle Hayon broke 23 seconds for the first time in her career in the 50 free, winning in a time of 22.92.
Today is the first day that high school seniors can sign their NLIs. See where the class of 2023 has committed to swim and dive in college next fall.
Welcome to The Week That Was In College Swimming, where every week we’ll take a look at some of the highlights from around the NCAA.
The WVU Mountaineers defeated the Cincinnati Bearcats with the final combined team scores of 416 – 284. The WVU men took the victory winning the last event.
Zoe Spitz opened her season at the Rice Invitational Oct. 14-15 in Houston with a pair of individual wins and aided the Owls in winning the meet.
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