Shauna Lee, a top-flight freestyler from Great Britain, has committed to swim for the Georgia Bulldogs. Lee is currently training…
Brianna Leverenz, who is recovering from spinal surgery, has committed to the Tennessee Volunteers.
Suzanne Dolan is the second 2016 commit to Duke before the open contact period has even begun.
Georgia Tech Swim & Dive Signs Six More For 2015-16. Highlighting the class is Haibing Iris Wang, who was an Olympian for China in 2012.
Truman State University head men’s and women’s swimming coach Ed Pretre has announced the signing of 10 total student-athletes – six men and four women – to join the Bulldog program beginning in the 2015-16 season.
SwimSwam has covered 800-and-counting commit stories, which when taken together tell a story about the high school class of 2015 and where we will find them next year.
Virginian Kylie Jordan has verbally committed to the Duke Blue Devils, but won’t arrive until the fall of 2016.
Distance freestyle specialist and Olympic Trials qualifier from the Shroeder YMCA Swim Team, Cassy Jernberg, has given her verbal commitment to swim for the University of Tennessee during the 2016-2017 season.
Maryland backstroker Jake Lamparella (pictured with his coach and parents) has verbally committed to the University of Wisconsin, and will join the Badgers starting in the fall of 2015.
Missouri State women’s swimming and diving signs three student-athletes to National Letters of Intent this spring as the Bears begin preparations for the 2015-16 season.
Northwestern Announces Deep, Talented 11-Man Class of 2019, Jarod Schroeder and Alik Sarkisian will welcome nine swimmers and two divers to Evanston.
Distance freestyler Logan Samuelson will transfer to the University of Iowa after one season at Auburn, he tells SwimSwam on Thursday….
Gulliver Prep’s Ricky Hermida committed to swim at Saint Michael’s College and thus got a welcome from “Mike the Knight”
Madison Eaker of Texas and Johanna Goldblatt of Georgia have both signed NLIs to swim for Vanderbilt in the fall.
Kentucky’s state record-holding butterflyer Grace Oglesby, one of the top recruits in the class of 2016, has made an early verbal commitment to stay in-state and join the Louisville Cardinals in the fall of 2016.