Alders is right on the cusp of qualifying for scoring finals in the IMs at the conference level and still has another year of high school and club swimming.
Gardner is a middle distance finalist in the California CIF North Coast Section and will look to improve on her times in Salt Lake City.
He’s the first commit for Virginia, which is big considering that ACC rival NC State has already reeled in a whopping five of the top 20.
David Johnston didn’t have Sectionals cuts until 2018 and yet he wrapped up the 2019 LCM season with 3 Olympic Trials cuts.
Madeline Wenig from Academy Bullets Swim Club has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Kentucky for 2021-22.
High school junior Anna Peplowski has announced her verbal commitment to Indiana where she will overlap with her sister Noelle Peplowski for a year.
USA Swimming Scholastic All-American Mary Kate Kelley from Episcopal AmberJax has verbally committed to Florida for 2021-22.
Germantown Academy junior Zach Kohm has announced his intention to swim for the University of Georgia in 2021-22.
Mia Ristic has announced her verbal commitment to Indiana University for 2020-21. Her twin sister Ella has also committed to the Hoosiers’ class of 2024.
Irvine NOVA’s Lily Olson has announced she plans to swim for the University of Illinois beginning in the 2020-21 school year.
Peak Swimming’s Jassen Yep has announced his intention to swim at Indiana University beginning in the fall of 2020.
With new verbal commitments coming in every day, we have already written about 507 swimmers and divers from the high school class of 2020.
Georgia Bates has given a verbal commitment to the University of Florida for 2021-22. Her sister Talia is a freshman this year.
David Curtiss, a member of the USA Swimming National Team, has verbally committed to the North Carolina State Wolfpack.
North Carolina high school record-holder Brooke Zettel has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Florida for 2021-22.