Natalie Stuart from Jeffersonville, Pennsylvania has announced her verbal commitment to swim and study at the University of Richmond in the fall.
Italian natives Beatrice Cocconcelli and Anna Marcotti will join the Bulldogs in the fall, adding some high-end freestyle and IM options to the team’s lineup.
Murtagh scored 14 points for Penn State at this year’s Big Ten Championships. Rutgers finished only 30 points behind Purdue.
Overall, Head Coach Elizabeth Lykins and her staff have signed eight newcomers that’ll join the program this fall.
Butterflier Taryn Dailey will transfer from Keiser (1st at NAIAs last year) to Olivet Nazarene (3rd at NAIAs last year).
Baseball standout Jay Parente has opted to swim in college, and will join the Fairfield University Stags next fall.
Kucheran’s best time would have finished second in the 100 breaststroke at the 2022 Pac-12 Championships and provided a boost to Cal’s 400 medley relay.
Bernal was the only swimming point scorer at NCAAs this year for the Arizona women, finishing 12th in the 100 back with a time of 51.24.
Michigan’s Maggie MacNeil isn’t the only big-name women’s NCAA transfer this off-season, but she’s the one due to have the biggest impact.
Nia Bowrin’s best 50 free time would have qualified for the “B” final at the University Athletic Association (UAA) Championships in February.
This past weekend, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps commit Jeremy Tan won a Central Coast Section (CCS) title in the 100 back and placed second in the 100 fly.
Israeli junior record holder Eitan Ben-Shitrit is taking his rapidly-improving IM times to the University of Michigan this fall.
Emma Davidson, who was on both of Cal’s 11th-place sprint free relays at the 2022 NCAA Championships, has entered the transfer portal.
Panama City Swim Team’s Luke Maggiore, a rapidly-improving breaststroker, has announced his intention to swim for the FSU Seminoles next year.
Couchman is a two time 2022 Oklahoma 6A State Champion in the 50 yard free and the 100 yard fly, setting personal best times in both events.