Jack Luddy will contribute to Ball State’s roster in the distance and IM events.
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USA Diving combed through new reports, social media, and messages sent in to USA Diving to compile their list of committed athletes.
Three swimmers and two divers have inked National Letters of Intent to join Arkansas women’s swimming and diving in the 2016-17 season.
Kelsey Johnstone (MA), Colleen Kurtz (NJ), and Emma Magna (CT) have added their names to the list of Assumption College commits for the 2016-17 season.
AGUA’s Krystal Lara, Aaron Glas, Carly Fried, and Nicole Aarts with head coach Aaron Rodriguez.
Rhianna Acosta of Earl Warren High School and Alamo Area Aquatic Association, has signed an NLI with Youngstown State University.
Jacob Peloquin of the Countryside YMCA swim club in Lebanon, OH, will stay in state next fall and join the Miami University Redhawks.
Nick Carlson, who swims for Westlake High School and Lost Creek Aquatics in Austin, Texas, has signed an NLI with the Indiana Hoosiers.
Marlins of Raleigh and Sanderson High School’s Catherine Allen has committed to swim at UNC Asheville next year.
Allison Eppinga, of Saline High School and Plymouth Canton Cruisers, has signed an NLI to swim for University of Sioux Falls in 2016-17.
Madison Varisco of Golden West College has signed an NLI with the San Diego State University Aztecs.
Four GAAC seniors have committed to D1 programs for 2016-17: Ryan Torie (North Carolina), Lauren Henasey (Georgetown), McKensie Meyer (Villanova), and Tommy Whitman (Towson).
Cassie Ward, who swims for the Gaston Gators in Gastonia, North Carolina, as well as Forestview High School, decommitted from Marshall University and signed with Gardner-Webb University.
Bolles School’s Andy Song An, who represented the Mexican National Team at both Junior Pan Pacs in 2014 and at Pan Ams in Toronto this past summer, has committed to Cal.