Harvard’s men’s team is jumping into action, garnering their first verbal commitment from NCAP’s Grant Goddard.
The Missouri Tigers picked up a verbal commitment on the men’s side this week in Iowa City Eels backstroker/IMer Alex Walton, who poses here in front of the livestock he owns in Iowa.
Chatham Dobbs is recovered from double shoulder surgeries and ready to attack his senior year and race his way to Arizona thereafter.
Kim Williams from Bellevue, Washington is the latest Junior National Team swimmer to join Stanford’s class of 2015.
University of Tennessee head coach got good news today with a verbal commitment from Emily Allen
Future Auburn Tiger Christian Selby will further bolster their legendary free relay ranks.
Carmel Swim Club’s Peyton Mosbaugh has verbally committed to the Miami (OH) Redhawks for next season.
Zach Harting has verbally committed to the Louisville Cardinals.
Liberty University nabbed a pair of verbal commitments this week, adding Florida backstroker Dani Jordan (pictured above) and Pennsylvania freestyler Siani Null.
Breaststroker Allie Petersen has verbally committed to swim for the University of Kentucky Wildcats, starting next fall.
Improvement is almost warranted for this swimmer as his swimming background is very unique compared to other college recruits.
2014 Ivy League champions Harvard have picked up Southern California’s Meagan Popp beginning with the 2015-16 season.
Katie Kelsoe has verbally committed to the Alabama Crimson Tide.
The Minnesota Golden Gophers have a verbal commitment from breaststroker Katelyn Sauder, who will join their roster next fall.
Rachel Kelch (green cap) has verbally committed to the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers.