Erin Schoenfeld at Far Westerns in Clovis, March 2012.
“Chapel Hill stoodout to me because of their outstanding academics and amazing swim team,” Lechner said. “The team atmosphere and coaching staff is phenomenal, and I cannot wait to be a part of the team next year.”
The University of South Carolina Women’s Swimming and Diving Team picked up a trio of verbals in the last week-or-so…
UCSD Tritons pick up Morgan King, a breaststroke and IM specialist from Dallas, TX.
Auburn High School diver Pete Turnham has decided to stay home and go to Auburn’s university as well, after he made public…
UCLA has added another big name to their ever-expanding recruiting class.
TCU picked up a verbal commitment from in-state breaststroker, Lindsay Shabet, who will immediately be a boost for the Horned Frogs in both breaststroke events.
Dave Salo will have another North Coast Aquatics swimmer on deck next season with Scott Clausen giving his verbal commitment to the Trojans. (Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
This picture, stitched together by his sister, depicts Nick and Caroline Arakelian growing up together, and now once again reunited at Queens.
Kyle Gornay was one of three ultra-elite male recruits left uncommitted in the class of 2014.
There ain’t no party like a Ransford party. PJ’s mom celebrated his decision with the above candy concoction.
Dustin Tynes from Tennessee will head north up to Columbus next year to swim for the Buckeyes. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning)
Purdue gains their most recent verbal commitment from in-state breaststroker, Chirs Bals.
Peter Conzola has verbally committed to Virginia Tech.