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Distance Specialist and Olympic Trials Qualifier to Join Gators in 2020

Distance swimmer and Olympic Trials qualifier John VanDeusen of Saint Augustine, Florida, has signed to join the University of Florida’s class of 2024.


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Elvis Kotikovski Stays in State, Commits to Florida State for 2020

Florida State University has received a verbal commitment from Elvis Kotikovski, a backstroke specialist, for their class of 2024.

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Sarah Conley Commits to DIII Swarthmore College

Town Wreckers’ Sarah Conley has committed to swim for Swarthmore College beginning in fall of 2020. Conley will be joining the Phoenix’s class of 2024.

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Helen Chen Commits to Swim for Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Freestyle and backstroke swimmer Helen Chen has committed to swim for MIT beginning fall 2020. Chen will be joining the school’s class of 2024.

Swim Atlanta’s Courtney Niemann Commits to Georgia Southern for Fall 2020

Sprinter Courtney Niemann has committed to bring her talents to Georgia Southern University beginning fall 2020. She will join the school’s class of 2024.

1:00.8 Breaststroker Melanie Julia of PASA Verbals to Cal for 2021

A French national living and attending high school in California, Julia is one of the top French juniors in breaststroke.

Dublin, Ohio’s Austin Davis Commits to DIII John Carroll University

Austin Davis has committed to John Carroll University beginning in fall 2020. Davis will be joining the Blue Streaks’ class of 2024.

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Club Wolverine’s Abbey Ketslakh Gives Verbal to the Michigan Class of 2025

Abbey Ketslakh has elected to remain local with a verbal commitment to the University of Michigan women’s swimming and diving team for 2021-22.

Florida 1A State Champion Nick Eunice Commits to Gators for 2020-21

Nick Eunice of Gator Swim Club has committed to swim for the hometown University of Florida men’s swimming and diving team beginning next fall.

Washington’s 53.7 Flyer Ava Collinge Commits To Texas For 2021 & Beyond

53-second butterflyer Ava Collinge of Washington will join the University of Texas as part of its fall 2021 freshman class.

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.

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.

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.

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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