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Carissa Armijo of Hardin Valley Academy and Tennessee Aquatics has made a verbal commitment to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas for 2018-19.
Katelyn Kilpatrick, a two-time USA Swimming Scholastic All-American from Vanguard High School and Central Florida Marlins, has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Nebraska for 2018-19.
Isabella All of Oakwood High School and Dayton Raiders has announced her verbal commitment to Arizona State University for 2018-19.
Matthew Hillmer of CSP Tideriders and De Smet Jesuit High School has verbally committed to the University of Wisconsin for 2018-19.
Cyrus Morrison, currently a sophomore at University of California, Berkeley, has committed to Cornell University and plans to transfer back to Ithaca for the spring 2018 semester. He will join Cornell’s class of 2020.
Ryan Linnihan of Brookfield Central High School and Elmbrook Swim Club has verbally committed to the application process at Harvard University.
Riverside High School and Y-Spartaquatics Swim Club’s Madeline Reilly has verbally committed to swim for Michigan State University next fall.
Cassie Ketterling from Wisconsin’s Oak Creek High School and Southwest Aquatic Team has verbally committed to swim for the University of South Dakota.
Identical twins Luke (left) and Isaac (right) Gwin, from Nitro Swimming, have both made verbal commitments to the United States Air Force Academy’s class of 2022.
Emma Hazel of White Lake, Michigan has made a verbal commitment to swim for Liberty University beginning in the fall of 2018.
Saint Petersburg Aquatics swimmer and Countryside High School senior Robert Finke has elected to remain in-state and swim for the Florida Gators.
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan’s Alex Margherio has announced via social media that he plans to swim for the University of Texas in 2018-19.
Kyle Barone from Cornelius, North Carolina has accorded a verbal commitment to the Georgia Institute of Technology for the 2018-19 school year.