Class of 2021’s Mia Sunseri has made an early commitment to the University of Pittsburgh for 2021-22.
Zhang, at 1:00.73, is already over a full second faster than Harvard’s best 100 breaststroker was at the end of last season.
Logan McFaddon from Susquehannock High School and York YMCA has verbally committed to West Virginia University’s class of 2024.
Dylan Rhee comes in with a time of 1:57.14 in the 200 breast which would’ve made the Ivy League Champs A-final last season.
Auburn continues to pick up commitments from high school juniors, as in-state freestyler Rebekah Hamilton announced she’ll be joining the Tigers in 2021.
Double-legacy Ashley Zettle of Southlake, Texas has made a verbal commitment to Florida State University for 2020-21.
Lauren Barakey of TIDE Swimming has announced her intention to attend the University of Tennessee next fall.
Andrew Witty, a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American from Bainbridge High School and Bainbridge Island Swim Club, has verbally committed to Purdue.
Hannah Joseph of Folsom High School and Sierra Marlins Swim Team has verbally committed to the University of California, Santa Barbara for 2020-21.
NISCA All-American sprinter Charlie Bunn has verbally committed to the University of Missouri for 2020-21.
Nate Frucht of Madison Edgewood High School and Badger Aquatics Club has verbally committed to Boston University for 2020-21.
Arik Katz, who finished 5th in the mile at the 2019 World Junior Championships, is the fourth Katz sibling to commit to a D1 school for swimming.
Wichita, Kansas backstroker Astrid Dirkzwager has announced she plans to swim at Georgia Tech in the class of 2024.
Waldrep is SwimSwam’s 10th-ranked recruit from the ‘way too early recruit ranks’ for the class of 2021, published in May of this year.
Jonathan Affeld is a crucial recruit for new Stanford head coach Dan Schemmel, as his versatility gives him the opportunity to fill a lot of roles.