Michelle McCord of Creekview High School and Chattahoochee Gold has verbally committed to swim for the University of Illinois next season.
Indiana head coach Ray Looze has received a verbal commitment from Brazilian backstroker Gabriel Fantoni for the 2017-18 season.
High school junior Isaac Davis of Bolles School Sharks has added his name to the list of early verbal commits to the University of Florida class of 2022, joining his brother, Will, who also announced his commitment.
Bolles School Sharks’ Will Davis has elected to remain in-state and has given his verbal commitment to the University of Florida for 2018-19.
Rachel Hendricks, of Campolindo High School and Orinda Aquatics in Moraga, California, has committed to swim for the Davidson College Wildcats next fall.
St. Louis, Missouri native Melissa Melnick has verbally committed to swim for the Northwestern University Wildcats next season.
Jami Hwang of Tesoro High School and Irvine Novaquatics will swim for Army West Point in the fall.
Kara Wilkins, of Sunlake High School and Academy Aquatic Club, has committed to swim for Florida Atlantic University.
Philippe Marcoux, a dual citizen (USA/Canada) who lives in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, has committed to swim for Yale University in the fall of 2017.
Tanner Olson verbally committed to Texas A&M University on Wednesday.
SwimMAC’s Alex McMurry, from Huntersville, North Carolina, has made a verbal commitment to swim for the Virginia Tech H2Okies next year.
Becky Kamau, of City Of Birmingham Swimming Club in Birmingham, England, has verbally committed to swim for Northwestern University starting in 2017-18.
Michigan native Brooke Elenbaas has announced her verbal commitment to swim for Grand Valley State in the NCAA, where she’ll start as a freshman during the 2017-18 season.
Incoming freshman Keeton Crowe will be staying in-state as she starts her NCAA career. The Kentucky-based swimmer will be heading to Centre College in Fall 2017.