Pitt head coach Chuck Knoles has his first commitment for next fall.
The Penn State Nittany Lions have loaded up their recruiting class with three solid recruits, two women and one man. That list includes Pennsylvania’s Hannah Zurmuhl (pictured), New Yorker Carly Fried and Canada’s Kaelan Freund.
Michigan High School Division 3 backstroke champion, Rileigh Eding, has made a verbal commitment to in-state Oakland University.
Connecticut class L state champion Max Padro verbally committed to Connecticut State University for the 2016-2017 season.
Freestyler Alisa Cooke will swim for the University of California, Bakersfield in the 2016-2017 season.
The University of Mary Washington just gained another 2016-2017 recruit in Kleigh Koupal.
Jake Watkins of the Aquawolves Colo Swim Team in Denver, CO, has verbally committed to join the SMU Mustangs next fall.
Erica Wirth from New Providence, New Jersey has verbally committed to the North Carolina Tar Heels. While Wirth hasn’t qualified…
Distance freestyle specialist Monica Guyett of St Charles Swim Team has committed to the University of Illinois’ class of 2020.
Brandon Christian of Largo, Florida, will become a second generation Mountaineer in 2016.
Bolles School’s Chloe Miller has committed to swim for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets beginning in the fall of 2016.
Canadian swimmer Valerie Daigneault gave her word to take a trip south of the border in order to represent the University of Pittsburgh in the pool come September.
With some key graduations depleting their breaststroke corps, the Georgia Bulldogs added a verbal commitment from Chattahoochee Gold’s Lexi Glunn to help reload for 2016.
Freestyle specialist Samuel Senn will stay in his home town, as he has given his verbal commitment to swim for the Missouri State Bears.
The countdown has begun; just three and a half weeks until National Letter of Intent Signing Period. Here are the verbal commitments we wrote about this week.