2016 Olympic Trials qualifier Grace Haskett will swim for Ray Looze on the Indiana University women’s swimming and diving team starting in the fall of 2017.
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Brown men’s swimming & diving head coach Chris Ip has announced the team’s eight-member class of 2020, which includes seven swimmers and one diver, set to begin competition in the fall of 2016.
Coming off a dramatic comeback win at the 2016 Ivy League Championships, which was highlighted by a furious final-session rally past Harvard, and an All-America performance by its 200 free relay, the Princeton men’s swimming and diving team is excited to welcome a talented group of 10 into its Class of 2020.
The Brown women’s swimming and diving program will welcome seven swimmers and two divers to the team this coming fall, as head coach Kate Kovenock heads into her third season at the helm.
Head coach Susan Teeter and associate head coach Suzanne Yee knew that the Princeton women’s swimming & diving team would have a tough time replacing the production and character of the Class of 2016, but they feel good about the 12 incoming Tigers who will comprise the next Princeton freshman class.
Sisters Abby Kirkpatrick and Anna Kirkpatrick each announced via Twitter that they have committed to the Indiana University class of 2021.
Distance swimmer Peter Brothers committed to swim for the University of Calgary and head coach Mike Blondal next season as he gears up to compete at the 2016 short course World Championships in December.
Greater Holyoke YMCA Vikings’ Natalia Kaczor has signed an NLI to swim for Assumption College in Worcester, Massachusetts next fall.
Georgia Southern Swimming & Diving Head Coach Nate Kellogg has announced the signing of three additional student-athletes to the Signing Class of 2016. Mary Coates, Markiyah Davis and Abigail Duncan will join the Eagles for the 2016-17 campaign which kicks off this fall.
The deadline has passed for high school seniors to make their decisions on where to continue their academic and athletic careers in college, and College of Saint Benedict swimming and diving coach Dan Eckberg announced Monday that he will add 23 names to the Blazers’ roster in 2016-17.
Josie Hadaway will swim at Berry College in the fall, joining her sister, Leigh, who has just finished her freshman season for the Vikings.
Claire DeSelm, who swims for Chapel Hill High School and North Carolina Aquatic Club, will swim for a college coach with whom she is very familiar. But it’s not her father.
Coach Ip’s Statement on this class: I am very excited for our incoming Class of 2020. Chris Dart, our recruiting coordinator, has done a great job finding the swimmers and divers that will complement the needs of our program.