Danielle Nack has committed to her home-state university, Minnesota, bringing them the best sprint butterflier in the class.
Gabby DeLoof, the second-oldest of four DeLoof sisters, has verbally committed to Michigan.
The Georgia Bulldogs defeated the Wisconsin Badgers in a two day dual meet over the weekend.
The Minnesota Golden Gophers defeated the Arizona State Sun Devils to open their 2013-2014 season.
Abby Jagdfeld of the Waukesha Express has verbally committed to Purdue.
Almog Olshtein from Israel has verbally committed to Northwestern.
Indiana native, Annie Spalding, verbally commits to Purdue University. Spalding’s strongest event is the 100 breaststroke. She will be joining Purdue’s Emily Fogle (pictured above) for the 2014-2015 season.
Indiana coach Ray Looze is hitting his target with this impressive women’s class.
Indiana senior Cody Miller has accepted a spot on the 2013 Duel in the Pool team, according to his head coach Ray Looze.
Minnesota has added a breaststroker from the local Aquajets Swim Team.
The Indiana scoreboard was flashing a week ago, but alas, FINA has nullified the hopeful records.
Reagan Cook is the latest swimmer to verbally commit to Indiana University.
The Volunteers and Hoosiers both picked up Indiana Natives with verbal commitments.
McHugh, a YMCA National Champion, has verbally committed to Minnesota.
Blake Pieroni has decided to stay in the Hooiser State and swim for Indiana University.