Andrew Mitchill will have conference-ready times when he arrives in Philadelphia in the fall of 2021 to swim for Villanova.
Noelle Marsh, from suburban Houston, has verbally committed to Washington State University as a member of the class of 2021.
At the 2019 Winter Junior Championships – West, Dement scored in the 500 free, placing 23rd overall after going 4:28.42 in prelims.
Carson, who trains with the TAC Titans in North Carolina, has already swum a best time in the 100 yard backstroke post-quarantine.
At the 2020 Texas 6A high school state championships, Truong was the 50 free runner-up (23.08), while she placed eighth in the 100 free (51.92).
At the 2020 Texas 5A champs, representing Memorial High School, Guziec touched fourth in the 200 free and 500 free.
Versatile IM swimmer Joelle Reddin of Texas Ford Aquatics in Frisco has verbally committed to Texas A&M’s class of 2025.
Emma Clifford has announced her verbal commitment to NMU for 2021; she has conference-ready times in fly and back.
Olivia Howard from Swim Houston Aquatics Center will swim for Boston College beginning in the 2021-22 school year.
Kurtdere joins Slovenian freestyler Jaka Pusnik, who announced his verbal commitment to the FSU class of 2026 on Instagram in July.
The class consists of 13 women and 13 men. “We are very excited to bring in a large class to our Bearcat Family,” head coach Jerry Cummiskey said.
Athens, Georgia native Ava Kennedy has verbally committed to the University of Georgia, which will make her a 4th generation Bulldog.
Jeanne Dahmen from Pointe-Claire Swim Club in Quebec, Canada has verbally committed to TCU for 2021-22.
Sacca has had a remarkable improvement arc since the pandemic hit the United States in March and pools shuttered across the country.
Hill would’ve out-split all four relay legs on Purdue’s 400 free relay at 2020 Big Tens; nobody was sub-49 for the Boilers last year at that meet.