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.
Dayton Raider swimmer Henrik Pohlmann makes the verbal commitment to join the University of Virginia starting the 2014-2015 season.
The Iowa Hawkeyes have picked up one of the best recruits from their home state.
Tom Peribonio from SwimAtlanta’s John’s Creek site has verbally committed to South Carolina.
The Florida Gulf Coast Eagles are filling out a medley relay with stars.
The ACC Champion Pavel Sankovich is having a very strong start to his first full season in the United States.
Courtney Weaver, one of the biggest recruits remaining in the class of 2014, has verbally committed to the defending NCAA…
Richard Long became the head coach of the women at James Madison rather late in the summer, sliding over from…
The Northwestern Wildcats, for the second straight year, are scoring on sprinters in recruiting.
North Carolina graduates a pair of very good 200 freestylers after this season, and Dalton Shaw should help rebuild that group.
A noteworthy recruit joins Division III: Cooper Tollen (left) of Dresher, Pensylvania has verbally committed to the Emory Eagles.
A local swimmer, Tom Cooper, has verbally committed to Louisville.
Virginia Tech has grabbed a great sprinter from a rising in-state club program.
Cam Jones, a Junior World Champion in the 50 fly, has verbally committed to Auburn.