Scott Sobolewski will be a part of the breaststroke rebuild for the USC men after big graduations.
Conall Monahan has committed to join NC State in the fall of 2020.
Javier Quiñones will be the fastest returning breaststroker in the Horizon League next season.
Long Beach Aquatics sprinter Catherine Stanford has announced her verbal commitment to the Nittany Lions beginning in 2020-21.
Elijah Sohn, the 2019 Texas UIL 5A state champion in the 200 free, has announced his intention to swim for Texas A&M in 2020-21.
Emmaus Aquatic Club’s Alasdair Bell has committed to swim for Drexel University beginning in the fall of 2019.
From left to right: Jack Harrison (Trinity, CT), Ryaan Hatoum (Bucknell), Josh Millner-Balagtas (St. Louis), Nicole Stambo (SMU), and Mathew Dieffenthaller (not pictured, Penn) will compete in college after graduation from Berkeley Prep.
Lichtner will stay in-state and add sprint free depth to the Bucknell roster.
Mahoney will help address the graduation losses from Bucknell’s top backstrokers.
Elmbrook Swim Club backstroker Paige Dressel has announced her intention to swim for the Mountaineers beginning with the 2020-21 school year.
Reinhardt will be able to make an impact for the Eagles in her freshman campaign and will help them try to regain the top spot in the CCSA.
Four seniors from Waterloo Swimming in Austin, Texas -Samir Anwar, Cameron Katzman, Ethan Riser, and Steven Kuhn (left to right)- participated in the team’s annual Flag Signing ceremony to mark their commitments to swim in college.
Audrey Pastorek of Georgia Coastal Aquatic Team has verbally committed to swim for Villanova University in 2020-21.
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Ella Tomkins from New Zealand has announced she plans to join the McDaniel College women’s swimming and diving team in the 2019-20 season.