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Carson Cross Commits to Swim for Lees-McRae College

Carson Cross has committed to swim for Lees-McRae College beginning fall 2020. The sprinter will be joining the school’s class of 2024.

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DII Barton College Gets Commitment From Sprinter Avery Tucker

Avery Tucker, a sprinter from Pilot Mountain, NC has committed to swim for Barton College beginning in fall 2020. She will join Barton’s class of 2024.

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Highland Ranch’s Annie Osmun Verbally Commits to Colorado School of Mines

Sprinter Annie Osmun has verbally committed to swim for the Colorado School of Mines beginning in fall 2020. Osmun will be joining the school’s class of 2024.

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Back/Free Specialist Kayde Cross (2021) Verbally Commits to Texas Longhorns

Parkway Swim Club’s Kayde Cross has announced his intention to swim for the University of Texas beginning in the fall of 2021.

Senior Claire Epperson Commits to Swim for DIII Kenyon College

Memphis Tigers’ Claire Epperson will be joining a talented distance roster this fall when she officially joins the Kenyon College Ladies.

Alabama Scores Commitment From Michigan High School State Finalist Joey Wachter

Michigan high school state finalist Joey Wachter has announced his verbal commitment to swim for the University of Alabama beginning in 2020-21.

Nations Capital’s Mitchell Meyer Commits to Florida for 2020

A versatile sprinter, Mitchell Meyer has announced that he will be swimming for the University of Florida beginning in the fall of 2020.

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IM’er Esme Blackstock Commits to Swim for DIII Tufts University

IM specialist Esme Blackstock has committed to swim for Tufts University beginning in fall 2020. She will be joining the school’s class of 2024.

Bates College Receives a Commitment from Distance Swimmer Amy Townend

Distance and IM swimmer Amy Townend has committed to swim for Bates College beginning in fall 2020. Townend will be joining the Bobcats’ class of 2024.

Idaho 4A State Champ Anika Rubocki Commits to Bowdoin College in Maine

Anika Rubocki, a swimmer from Idaho, has committed to swim for Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine. She will begin her college swimming career in fall 2020.

Sprinter Dylan Weisenauer Commits to Swim for Ashland University

Sprinter Dylan Weisenauer has committed to swim for the Ashland University Eagles beginning fall 2020. He will be joining the school’s class of 2024.

Orinda Aquatics’ Emmie Appl Commits to Swim for DIII Pomona-Pitzer College

Emmie Appl has committed to swim for Pomona-Pitzer Colleges beginning in fall 2020. The IM and butterfly swimmer will be joining the school’s class of 2024.

From 29.0 to 23.1 in 50 Free in 2 Years, Stephanie Akakabota Commits to Cal

Stephanie Akakabota’s best time in the 50 yard free in July of 2017 was 29.08 before joining the JV squad at Seminole High. In November of 2019, she swam 23.1.

Rian Covington of Bolles Sharks Commits to Florida State for 2021

Florida high school state finalist Rian Covington has announced his verbal commitment to join the Florida State Seminoles in the fall of 2021.

Double Winter Juniors A-Finalist Shelby Suppiger Commits to Cal

Suppiger’s best time in the 200 breaststroke would rank 2nd on Cal’s roster this season. She’ll join the Golden Bears in the fall of 2021.

2019 Winter Junior Runner-Up #9 Letitia Sim Sends Verbal to Michigan

Sim finished second in the 100 breast, third in the 200 breast and fifth in the 100 fly at the 2019 Winter Junior Champs – East.

Carter Walles Transfers from Pacific to CSUB.

After spending a year back home in Washington, Walles has decided to continue his collegiate swimming career at Division I CSUB.

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