Minnesota Wolf State Champion Pyper Doo announced her verbal commitment to swim at the University of Minnesota beginning in the fall of 2020.
Northwestern University’s sent out a press release this morning stating that Alik Sarkisian, who has been the head diving coach since 2006, will not be returning to coach the Wildcats in the 2019-2020 season.
Bacon, the 2018 Winter Nationals runner-up in the 100 back, is also the second-fastest girl in 15-16 history in the event in long course.
On the same day as the #6 recruit in the class Phoebe Bacon announced her verbal commitment to Wisconsin, Emma Lasecki did the same.
Grand was at Auburn for five years before spending last season at IU.
Seniors Siobhán Haughey (women’s swimming and diving) and Robbie Mertz (men’s soccer) were presented with the Big Ten Medal of Honor on Monday, based on their proficiency in scholarship and athletics.
Walther will be leaving the Buckeye State to Join the Lady Spartans.
Max Scott, a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American sprinter from United Swim Association, has committed to Indiana for 2019-20.
Eight Rutgers swimmers and their coaches are heading overseas to Sweden for the 2019 Swim Open Stockholm from Friday, April 12 to Monday, April 15.
Illinois butterflyer Bence Szabados, who had originally made a verbal pledge to Northwestern, has committed to the University of Michigan for 2020-21.
Polish backstroker Julia Koluch has announced her verbal commitment to swim and study at the University of Iowa in 2019-20.
Northwestern has signed NLIs with a pair of international swimmers for the class of 2023: Hannah Brunzell of Sweden and Sam Dailley of England.
Claire Tuttle, a two-sport All-American from Hudsonville, Michigan, has opted to swim for the University of Michigan in 2020-21.
Cal won the NCAA title last weekend, and they were good enough that they look like early favorites for next year too.
On the podcast, the Michigan head coach Mike Bottom discusses communication, culture-building, and learning from his student-athletes.