Chloe Hicks has announced via social media that she will be transferring to the University of Michigan in the fall to complete her final two years of college.
Abby Hay of Lake Erie Silver Dolphins and Hawken School in Gates Mills, Ohio has announced her verbal commitment to swim for the University of Louisville in the class of 2023.
Austin, Texas sprinter Emma Wheal has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Virginia for 2019-20.
Former NCAA Champion Austin Surhoff has been named a volunteer assistant at the University of Virginia. He spent last season as…
Women’s swimmer, Lynda Beth Hughes, a seven-time All-American and eight-time ACC Champion in the late 1980s who participated in the 1988 Olympic Trials, is among nine athletes and a coach named to the Clemson Athletics Hall of Fame.
Kimani Gregory becomes the fifth member of our list of top-20 boys from the high school class of 2019 to announce his verbal commitment to NC State.
Monique Rae, a native of Sydney, Australia, has signed an NLI to swim for the University of Houston women’s swimming and diving team next fall.
Griffin Manning of Lakota West High School and Mason Manta Rays announced his intention to swim for the University of Louisville in 2018-19.
Arhthur Albliero’s (left) appointment as 2018 Pan Pacs women’s head coach made him the 12th-and-final coach eligible to lead the 2020 U.S. Olympic Team. The Pan Pac men’s coach Ray Looze, right, is also eligible.
Kay Foley of Munster High School and Munster Swim Club has added her name to the list of verbal commitments to the North Carolina State University women’s swimming and diving class of 2023.
Holland High School junior and Michigan Lakeshore Aquatics swimmers Elle Giesler has verbally committed to NC State for 2019-20.
Makayla Sargent, a 2016 Olympic Trials qualifier and 2017 NCAA qualifier who spent the first two years of her collegiate career at the University of Florida, has committed to NC State for 2018-19.
Sergio Lopez is heading to Blacksburg, VA, to take over the Virginia Tech Hokies after longtime coach Ned Skinner’s departure last month.
Duke swimming and diving head coach Dan Colella announced the signing of five-year-old Brodie Curtis at a press conference held at Taishoff Aquatics Pavilion this week.