Meghan Armstrong from Kennesaw, Georgia has announced her plans to swim for East Carolina University in the fall.
Cole Bruns will join the Mustangs in the fall of 2021 with conference A-final ready times in freestyle and backstroke.
Both swimming & diving saw small improvements in the Tucker Center’s latest scorecard, though both still received a failing grade.
Individual D1 NCAA swimming champs Maggie MacNeil, Paige Madden, Sophie Hansson, Brooke Forde & Nick Albiero were among those named to All-District teams.
Kentucky led all DIvision I women’s teams with 12 first-team selections and Texas led all Division I men’s teams with 14 first team selections.
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Rising junior Joseph Perreault finished higher than the University of Virginia’s highest-placing diver at the 2021 ACC Championships.
Bartosz Piszczorowicz, the 2019 ACC Champion in the 200 free, will use his last 2 years of college eligibility at NC State.
The NCAA’s Board of Directors has officially decided to suspend the organization’s rules regarding limitations on an athlete’s name, image, and likeness.
YMCA Short Course Nationals finalist Brian Bull announced his decision to swim for the University of Cincinnati beginning in the fall of 2022.
Joleigh Crye has chosen swimming over softball and will suit up for Cincinnati in 2022-23 with A final-ready times in the 100 breast and 100 fly.
Grace Dale from University of Denver Hilltoppers has announced she will swim for Tulane in 2022-23, bringing AAC final-worthy times in multiple events.
Ervin is the third Razorback to publicly announce a new home for 2021-22 and there are 12 more names in the NCAA transfer portal.
Backstroker Grace Gavin from Loggerhead Aquatics will swim for University of Cincinnati in the class of 2026.
The NCAA Division I Council voted to allow the resumption of regular recruiting activities beginning on June 1, 2021.