The Minnesota Golden Gophers have been good in swimming recruiting, but have added a great diving recruit to the class.
The Texas Longhorns women’s swimming and diving team got a big recruit out of the Class of 2014 with Mary Schneider out of Oak Park, Illinois.
Logan Williams will move inland to Virginia Tech next fall (Photo Credit: ACC)
USC will continue its strong tradition of diving with verbal commitment from Dashiell Enos (Photo Credit: USA Diving)
Arkansas gains versatile swimmer Caitlin Sheridan from Massachusetts area. (Photo Courtesy: Logan J. Webster/UA Athletics)
Gunnar Bentz is at least the 6th Dynamo swimmer to commit to Georgia so far this fall.
The Purdue Boilermakers have added a platform specialist who should continue their impressive legacy.
Basil Orr, of Dynamo Swim Club and St. Pius X Catholic High School, has verbally committed to Georgia
Michael Forbes has verbally committed to UCSB.
Philip Perdue is a great freestyler, following in the family lineage; his best times in yards are 20.64, 45.75, and 1:39.69, respectively.
Taylor Weiss from Stingrays Swimming in Georgia verbally commits to Arkansas.
Emma Lincoln verbally commits to Tulane University.
Auburn has added Jess Hodgson, who could be the hidden gem of the entire 2014 women’s recruiting class.
The Arizona Wildcats have picked up one of the top breaststrokers in the class of 2014.
Gracia Leydon-Mahoney, the 2012 Junior World Champion and US National Champion on 3-meter, will be joining The Cardinal next year as a part of Stanford’s monstrous class.