Mayo senior Hannah Baratz has verbally committed to Emory University for the 2015-16 season.
Butterflyer Gabrielle Pick has picked Louisiana State as her college of choice, signing on with the Tigers this week.
Pennsylvania’s Austin Mortimer has signed with the Ohio State Buckeyes
Allyson Kleinsorgen is signed to become a new member of the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers’ women’s swimming program.
#1 women’s recruit Katie Ledecky eliminated all suspense and made her decision early. Since then, we’ve written over 500 articles about other swimmers making their decisions. See them all here.
After keeping the swimming fandom in a state of suspense throughout the recruiting season, national high school record-holder Abbey Weitzel has signed on with the California Golden Bears.
South Lake High School’s Margaret Hohne has decided to stay in the state of Florida by committing to Florida Gulf…
Kallyn Barkey of the Rochester Orcas Swim Club gave her verbal commitment to swim for Arizona State come the fall of 2015 bringing with her a wide-range of freestyle and IM talents.
Olivia Cook of the Rochester Orcas Swim Club gave her verbal commitment to swim with Iowa next fall, bringing talents in the backstroke, fly, and IMs.
To see a list of all recruits we’ve reported on individually, including the five below, see the SwimSwam Commitment Index…
With her commitment, Asia Quentin adds butterfly, backstroke, and IM power to WKU Hilltoppers.
Sam Fazio of the Scottsdale Aquatic Club has verbally committed to the Georgia Bulldogs.
Charlotte, NC-based swimmer, Julia Sneden, will swim for Washing and Lee University next season.
The University of Akron women’s swimming and diving head coach Brian Peresie announced on Wednesday that 11 student-athletes have committed to the program for the 2015-16 academic year.