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Serafina King, the American Record-holder in the S10 class for the 50 yard back and 100 yard back, has verbally committed to swim at the University of Wyoming beginning with the 2017-18 season.
Delaney Carey, from Olympia High School and YMCA of Central Florida in Orlando, has committed to swim for Rutgers University next year.
Dylan Ingram of Leander, Texas (pictured above) and Andrew Assaleh of Oklahoma City have both committed to swim for head coach Josh Davis’ first class at Oklahoma Christian.
Markham Aquatic Club’s Mariam Labib, who attends École Secondaire Catholique Renaissance in Aurora, Ontario, has verbally committed to attend the University of Massachusetts Amherst in the fall.
Austin Daniel, who swims for SwimAtlanta and Cambridge High School, has committed to Georgia Tech’s class of 2021.
Brian Loos of River Bluff High School and Carolina Aquatics has made a commitment to Xavier University for 2017-18.
Leo Wang of Potomac Marlins has committed to the University of Virginia for 2017-18.
California State University, Bakersfield has received a trio of commitment from swimmers Madison Kemp of Poole, England, Taylor Cossu of Walnut Creek, California, and Taylor Budshaw of Henderson, Nevada.
Roanoke, Virginia’s Keith Myburgh committed to swim for Virginia Tech beginning in the fall of 2018.
Courtney Tseng from Sunny Hills High School and Fullerton Aquatics Sports Team will swim for Princeton in the fall.
Allison Hunter of Kennesaw Mountain High School and Stingrays has declared her intention to swim for Florida Southern College in 2017-18.
The Longhorns’ head coach Eddie Reese has his second verbal commit for 2018-19: Charlie Scheinfeld of New Trier High School and New Trier Swim Club.