Today is the day that the high school class of 2021 can begin talking to college coaches. See who has already verbally committed from the class of 2020.
At the time he announced his move to Texas, it was unclear exactly what Rooney’s NCAA plans were.
Elmbrook Swim Club backstroker Paige Dressel has announced her intention to swim for the Mountaineers beginning with the 2020-21 school year.
University of Kansas swimming standout Tammy Thomas Ammons and men’s basketball stalwart Nick Collison will be part of the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame (KSHOF) Class of 2019.
Pedersen will be joining a TCU team looking to dethrone West Virginia as the number 2 team in the Big 12.
Taylor Conley from Carmel High School and Carmel Swim Club has verbally committed to Kansas for 2020-21.
After a slow start to the NCAA offseason, we’ve seen an influx of hires in the last week.
25 Division I men’s swimmers and divers and 25 women’s swimmers and divers were selected to the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-District At-Large Teams, making them eligible for Academic All-America honors.
Transfers have been a major story of the NCAA offseason so far – but there’s likely many more in store.
Salt Lake City, Utah’s Emma Walker has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Kansas where she plans to study special education.
Zac Van Zandt of Southern California’s Crespi Carmelite High School and CCAT Swimming has verbally committed to Texas for 2020-21.
Alvin Jiang will bring depth to the Texas sprint fly group next season.
Maverick Swim Club’s Lisa Johnson has signed an NLI to swim for Texas Christian next year.
Sandner finished 8th in the 200 IM at the Ohio Division I State Championship Meet last season.
Fly and back specialist Armando Vegas of Crow Canyon Sharks has verbally committed to the University of Texas for 2020-21.