Lauren Partridge of Nitro Swimming and Cedar Park High School will swim for the University of Illinois in the fall.
Justin Rich has announced he will return home to his native Virginia, transferring to Virginia Tech in the fall.
Stafford, Virginia-native Annalee Johnson will return to her home state in the fall to swim for Virginia Tech in her final two years of eligibility.
Chloe Hicks has announced via social media that she will be transferring to the University of Michigan in the fall to complete her final two years of college.
Seniors Chris Dawson and Jerzy Twarowski and juniors Kenneth Mende and Jack Smith, along with freshman Anton Hoherz took home top awards on the men’s side, while sophomore Hannah Burvill and freshman Jayah Mathews earned top honors for the women in the 2017-18 season.
Brendan Burns has announced his verbal commitment to the Indiana Hoosiers.
Nikola Andjelic, one of the captains of the Indiana University men’s swimming and diving team for the 2017-2018 season, has announced he will transfer to Miami University in the fall.
Nick Carlson, originally from Austin, Texas, will be the third former Hoosier on the Arizona State University men’s swimming and diving team roster next fall.
Arhthur Albliero’s (left) appointment as 2018 Pan Pacs women’s head coach made him the 12th-and-final coach eligible to lead the 2020 U.S. Olympic Team. The Pan Pac men’s coach Ray Looze, right, is also eligible.
World Champs team member and 13-time NCAA All-American Zach Apple will transfer to Indiana University for his final year of collegiate eligibility after three at Auburn.
Megan Glass, a junior at Ursuline Academy in Cincinnati, Ohio who swims for Blue Ash YMCA Swim Team, has verbally committed to the University of Michigan for 2019-20.
Eric Storms from Monona Grove High School and Madison Aquatic Club has verbally committed to swim for Michigan in 2018-19.
Littleton, Colorado’s Gavin Olson from Columbine High School and Foothills Swim Team has announced his verbal commitment to the University of Minnesota for 2019-20.
In a year that seems to have more high-level Division I head coach openings than usual, 11 programs are still without head coaches for next season.
Northwestern University will combine its men’s and women’s swimming & diving programs under one new coach. A job opening for “Director of Swimming and Diving (Men’s/Women’s) is already listed on the school’s site.