The Florida State men will be bringing in some international sprint talent next fall now that Hungary’s Oszkar Lavotha and Croatia’s Kristofer Rogic have announced their verbal commitments to join the Seminoles.
Junior National silver medalist and #20-ranked recruit Regan Barney has rescinded her commitment to the University of Georgia and has instead verbally committed to begin the application process with Princeton.
Howard should have an immediate scoring impact when she arrives at SDSU, as her time in the 100 back (54.78) would’ve been good enough to make the top 16 at the Mountain West Championships last season.
Distance freestyler Colter Carman has made his verbal commitment to stay in state and join the defending NCAA champion Texas Longhorns next fall.
The Nebraska Cornhuskers have gained a verbal commitment from Ozaukee Aquatics’ Autumn Haebig. Congrats to Autumn Haebig for committing to swim…
Horn is already fast enough to have scored in the C-final of the 100 free at last season’s Big Ten Championships, so she’ll have an immediate scoring impact for the Gophers.
Georgia’s Jack Dalmolin will trek across the country next year to train with the Arizona Sun Devils, the most rapidly improving team in college swimming.
Andrew should have an immediate scoring impact for Bruins at Pac-12s, where her best time in the 200 free would’ve landed her in the top 16 last season.
Nitro Swimming’s Matthew Connealy becomes the third Mizzou verbal commit from Austin, Texas.
North Carolina State head coach Braden Holloway said that he prefers to talk with athletes, not their parents, during the recruiting…
Three-stroke swimmer Jane Johnson from Georgia chooses the SEC but heads west to Auburn.
Petrides and Howell are both freestylers with times that are already fast enough to score at the Pac-12 Championships.
Gary Kostbade of Chesterton High School and Duneland Swim Club has verbally committed to Indiana for 2017-18.
The Air Force women have picked up a cluster of commitments, with Rheagan Horne, Morgan Hicks, Allie Puskar-Beckett, and Winnie Chen all announcing their intentions to join the team next fall.
Dynamo Swim Club’s Michael Taylor, the #5 recruit in the Class of 2017, has announced his verbal commitment to join the Florida Gators next fall.