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.
Backstroker Megan Lugar has made her college decision, as she’s announced her commitment to swim for Valparasio University in the NCAA starting in the 2017-18 season.
The old saying, “first impressions” could not be more true when you have your first contact with your potential college swim coach.
SABRINA BAXAMUSA Baxamusa is a sprint freestyler out of Chicago’s northern suburbs. A senior at Glenbrook North High School, she…
The Midland University swimming team has officially announced the signing of Ashley Black as the first recruit for its women’s…
Florida-based breaststroker Chad McGuire will be staying in-state when he starts his NCAA career next fall.
Bellarmine Coach John Brucato announced a pair of signees to both the men’s and women’s swimming programs. Joining the Knights…
King’s College has added a new member to their recruiting class, as West Virginia-based Kaelyn Gardner has given her verbal commitment to join the Lions as a freshman in the 2017-18 season.
Sprint freestyler Brooke Jensen has opted to stay in-state as she competes in the NCAA. The Illinois-based swimmer has announced her commitment to join the Illinois State Redbirds as a freshman for the 2017-18 season.
Out of the 11 to join the Pitt swimming and diving team, two recruits (Boris Kulizhnikov and Eben Vorster) have been deemed eligible to compete.
Sprint freestyler Trevor Lake will be joining the Cornell Big Red this semester after transferring from Wisconsin. Lake will be joining the team as a sophomore.
The Durham, NC native has given his verbal commitment to join the University of North Carolina Wilmington men in Fall 2017.
The Green Bay Phoenix Swimming and Diving program has officially signed five women and four men to join the team…
Julee Keenan-Rivers of North Coast Aquatics and Torrey Pines High School has committed to University of California, Santa Barbara.
Pennsylvania based Erica King will be making the move to Virginia next season, as she’s given her commitment to swim for the George Mason women in the NCAA.