Lindsay will come to Tucson 1.04 seconds off of the ‘B’ cut in the 100 back and 1.21 seconds off the 200 back ‘B’ cut with one more year for improvement.
Celik will make an immediate impact when she arrives at Rutgers; she is within close range of the school record in the 100 breast and the top 5 in the 200.
It is estimated there are 35,000 to 45,000 swimmers who want to swim in college in the U.S every year, while only approximately 2000 spots are available.
Grace Sheble from NOVA of Virginia has verbally committed to North Carolina State University’s class of 2025.
Lexie Mulvihill is one of the first swimmers in the high school class of 2021 to make her verbal commitment.
Kent Codding of Mason Makos Swim Team has announced he plans to swim for the College of William and Mary next fall.
AJ Huskey, one of the top Missouri recruits out of the high school class of 2020, has verbally committed to the MSU Bears.
Bellevue Club Swim Team’s Katie Cross has announced her verbal commitment to The University of Kansas for the fall of 2020.
Winter Juniors qualifier Bella Wylie of Scottsdale Aquatic Club has verbally committed to Georgetown University for 2020-21.
Minnesota’s new distance coach Jeff Kostoff will have a big distance group to work with beginning in the fall of 2020.
Alyssa Sorensen has elected to follow in her older siblings’ footsteps and attend Brigham Young University beginning in the fall of 2020.
Tyler Roethke will be the first-ever swimmer in Nantucket Swimming history to go on to compete in Division I of the NCAA.
After 2 years at Miami of Ohio, Brazil’s Kayky Marquart Mota has announced he plans to transfer to the University of Tennessee next semester.
Matthew Tannenberger from Swim Streamline at Northampton has handed his verbal commitment to the University of Texas and will arrive in Austin next fall.
Linnihan won the 100 free and 200 free at the 2019 Wisconsin Division I State Championships and finished fourth in the 100 fly this summer at Speedo Juniors.