After you sign an NLI a school can upgrade your scholarship before you start school, but they cannot downgrade your scholarship before you start school.
Velocity’s Laura Carver will contribute to Southern Illinois in the breaststroke and IM events, making an impact immediately for the Salukis.
Athens Bulldog Swim Club’s distance standout, Robert Wylie, has elected to swim for the West Virginia Mountaineers in the fall of 2016.
Luxembourg National Record Holder Julie Meynen has given her verbal commitment to the Auburn Tigers, bringing world-class sprint freestyles to an already top-notch group.
Shannon Hochkeppel, from Elllicott City, Maryland, has committed to swim for the University of Pittsburgh class of 2020
Allie Engstrom and Cori Taylor are the newest verbal commitments to the Indiana State Sycamores’ inaugural roster for 2016.
Adee Weller of the Boulder Swim Team has verbally committed to the University of North Carolina at Asheville.
Nicholas “True” Sweetser (shown here with his idol, a young Arnold Schwarzenegger), number 4 on SwimSwam’s top 20 list for the high school class of 2016, and the last to announce his intention, has made a verbal commitment to Stanford University for 2016-17.
Hannah Baker of Machine Aquatics gives her verbal commitment to the Liberty University Flames for the class of 2020.
Graves is a fast-developing breaststroker heading north to join the Bearcats
Jaina Gaudette, one of the top diving recruits in the country, will join the storied Duke program.
DART teammates Lanna Kozlowski (Loyola Marymount University) and Abby Mitchell (Cal State University East Bay) have given verbal commitments this week.
Tristan Furnary, who swims for Multnomah Athletic Club and the Catlin Gabel School in Portland, Oregon, has verbally committed to swim for Yale University.
Swim GSA’s Amelia Gilchrist is headed to Providence, Rhode Island, to swim for Brown next year.
Having to tell college coaches that you are not interested in their program and school is a nice problem to have, but it is a problem.