Dayton Raider swimmer Henrik Pohlmann makes the verbal commitment to join the University of Virginia starting the 2014-2015 season.
The freestyler’s made a statement in South Bend on Saturday with 6 new national top times for the season.
The ACC Champion Pavel Sankovich is having a very strong start to his first full season in the United States.
North Carolina graduates a pair of very good 200 freestylers after this season, and Dalton Shaw should help rebuild that group.
Virginia Tech’s men had been 0-6 against North Carolina coming into Friday night’s meet.
Virginia Tech has grabbed a great sprinter from a rising in-state club program.
The Virginia Cavaliers picked up a verbal commitment from freestyle specialist Laine Reed out of Longhorn Aquatics/Austin High School.
Jennifer Marrkand of the Patriot Swim Club will shimmy down the East Coast to Virginia.
Caitlin Cooper from Dynamo Swim Club will immediately add to the Cavaliers sprint group next season with her verbal commitment.
North Carolina, in two years, has turned the breaststroke from a program weakness to a program strength.
The Duke Blue Devils have picked up a duo of quality recruits from out-of-state.
The Florida State Seminoles have scored the one of Top Recruits out of the State of Georgia.
Corey John from Rose Bowl Aquatics in Los Angeles has verbally committed to North Carolina
NC State’s Kristin Connors earned the Women’s Swimmer of the Week award for the ACC this week. File
North Carolina State’s Braden Holloway is having a whale of a recruiting season. (Seen above with coaches Frank Degrazia, left, and John Pisano, right).