Justin Hussong from Anaheim Aquatics Association has verbally committed to swim at the University of California, Santa Barbara next year.
Sawyer Grimes, an Olympic Trials qualifier in the distance free events from Sandpipers of Nevada, has verbally committed to Minnesota.
Despite a great senior class graduating last year, Cal still returns a talent-laden roster, headed by the nation’s top sprinter: Abbey Weitzeil.
Swedish national and junior national champion Wiggo Frohde has announced his verbal commitment to Georgia Tech for 2020-21.
Dannhauser was Auburn’s top distance swimmer last year, and he’s not far off of NCAA scoring speed in the distance events right now.
Micayla Cronk of Blue Dolfins in Oviedo, Florida has elected to remain in-state for her collegiate swimming career. She’ll be a Gator in 2021-22.
After spending a PG year at Deerfield, Addie Laurencelle plans to swim for the University of Virginia beginning in the fall of 2020.
Chris Nagy from Team Elite San Diego has announced his verbal commitment to the University of Minnesota’s class of 2024.
Colleen Phelan from Episcopal Academy and Episcopal Academy Aquatic Club has verbally committed to swim for College of Holy Cross next year.
Olivia Harper of Maine’s Long Reach Swim Club has announced her intention to swim for the University of Tennessee in 2020-21.
New Albany Aquatics Club’s Lexi Elkovitch has verbally committed to swim for the Villanova Wildcats for the 2020-2021 season.
Park City, Utah’s Audrey McDonald has verbally committed to San Diego State University for the 2020-21 school year.
Breaststroke and sprint free specialist Bella Ratzlaff has announced her intention to swim for Air Force in 2020-21.
Courtney Harris from Rec Plex Sharks Swim Team has given a verbal commitment to the University of Houston for 2020-21.
As a 10 & under, Mia Saeger said that Columbia was her ‘goal college.’ This week, she fulfilled that promise with her verbal commitment.