British IMer and backstroker Sophia Wilson has added her verbal commitment to the already-stacked class of 2024 at UVA.
Highlighted by multiple state record-holders, champions and gold medalists, Georgia Tech swimming and diving has finalized its 2019 class.
Third-year head coach Todd DeSorbo has been landing some big recruiting classes, and this year’s freshmen should bring in the sprint chops the Wahoos need.
Arianna Ottavianelli will arrive in Tallahassee in the fall of 2020 on the heels of freshman Ida Hulkko’s ACC bronze medalist campaign.
Foley comes in with a flat start 100 breast better than Duke’s medley relay breaststroker was at the 2019 ACC Championships.
Graduated star Mallory Comerford’s relay production will be tough to replace, but Louisville still has a deep sprint group and some butterfly stars.
Nathan Hayes, the runner-up in the 200m back at Speedo Junior Nationals, has announced his verbal commitment to Georgia Tech for 2020-21.
Purnell would’ve ranked in the top four on Duke’s 2018-19 roster in the 200 free, 1650 free, 200 fly, 200 IM, and 400 IM.
Highlighted by three home dual meets and two invitationals, Georgia Tech swimming and diving released its 2019-20 schedule.
Carson Kaufmann of Cypress Fairbanks Swim Club has verbally committed to Florida State University for 2020-21.
The NC State Wolfpack will swim at 3 PSS stops for the upcoming season along with the US Open: a very long course-heavy schedule in the pre-Olympic year.
Gjertsen is primarily a distance freestyler, and she’s trending up — all of her best times in main events (short and long course) are from 2018 or 2019.
The #1 class this year will be led by the #1 recruit, Kate Douglass. Check out our top 4 incoming NCAA classes for this season.
NC State swimming and diving head coach Braden Holloway rounded out his staff with the addition of Carl Weigley as volunteer assistant coach.
Fonville has been 22.3 in the 50 free and 49.4 in the 100 free, bringing in impactful sprint speed to the Wolfpack program.