The University of Michigan men’s swimming and diving team announced Monday (Nov. 13) the signing of seven individuals to National Letters of Intent for the 2018-19 season.
Thomas Roark of Bishop Kelly High School and Boise YMCA Swim Team has signed an NLI to swim for Louisiana State University beginning in 2018-19.
Two-time California Community College state champion Melissa Cienega signed a National Letter of Intent to swim at California Baptist University next fall.
Sean Quinn of Wakefield High School and Marlins of Raleigh has committed to swim for Bucknell University in the class of 2022.
The Pacific men’s and women’s swimming and diving head coach Peter Richardson has signed Kelsey Lloyd, Allie Emery, Brooke Helgeson, Patricia Garrote, Miranda Padilla, Bianca Preciado, Emma Frey, David Noyes, and Mackaby Pennington to National Letter of Intent, it was announced Wednesday morning.
Arkansas swimming and diving head coach Neil Harper announced the signing of 10 additions to the program for the 2018-19 season.
The University of Miami will add two more names to the women’s swimming and diving roster in the fall of 2018: New York City’s Emily Weissman pictured above) and Tampa, Florida’s Coco Hull.
The LSU swimming and Diving team’s co-head coaches Dave Geyer and Doug Shaffer announced the signing of ten student-athletes for the Class of 2018.
Kate Steward from Phillips 66 Splash Club and Bartlesville High School will be a Jayhawk next year.
Olivia Parks of CCAT Swimming and Notre Dame High School has elected to become a Triton next year.
Evan Lynch of Bruton High School and 757 Swim in Williamsburg, Virginia committed to swim for Towson University in the class of 2022.
Zuhayr Pigot, a former swimmer for the D1 UNC Tarheels and former member of the Suriname World Championship swimming team, made a big splash in his first NCAA competition since 2015.
As announced by the University of Georgia, Portia Del Rio Brown of Broadview Heights, Ohio, has signed a NLI to swim with the Bulldogs as part of the Class of 2022.
Kelly Cheng from Southern California’s Diamond Bar High School and BREA Aquatics has verbally committed to Northeastern University for 2018-19.
The 18-year-old holds New Zealand’s national record in the 50 backstroke.