Evan Yoder of Lawrence Free State High School and Lawrence Aquahawks has announced his verbal commitment to the University of Minnesota.
Erin McCullagh (Charlotte Catholic High School) and Luke Johnson (South Mecklenburg High School) will be the latest in a long stream of SwimMAC Carolina swimmers to don Midshipmen uniforms when they head to Annapolis next fall.
Gabrielle Baratta of Scarlet Aquatics and Northern Valley Old Tappan High School has verbally committed to the University of Nebraska.
Rachel Tseng, a member of the Singapore National Team, has verbally pledged to be part of the Wildcats family at Northwestern University beginning in 2017-18.
Rafael Dávila, who represents Venezuela internationally but trains in British Columbia, Canada, has given a verbal commitment to the University of South Carolina for 2017-18.
Florida sprinter Gavin Jones has verbally committed to Florida State University for the 2017-18 season.
2016 Olympian Brandonn Almeida, from Sao Paolo, Brazil, has verbally committed to swim for the University of South Carolina in 2017-18.
Sylvania Tsunami Swim Club and Bedford High School swimmer Lauren Sullivan has made a verbal commitment to the BGSU Falcons for 2017-18.
Spanish breaststroker Paulita Garcia Estrella has verbally committed to the University of Akron for 2017-18.
Jackson was a 2-time finalist at last season’s Kentucky State Championships, were she won medals in both of her individual events.
Nikita Tretyakov, a Russian Junior National champion who swims at Swim Fort Lauderdale, has verbally committed to the University of Southern California for 2017-18.
The Houston women will be bringing in some local talent next season, as Houston native Kaley Hoffman has verball committed…
Now that we’re getting close to November, many of the top high school swimmers in the class of 2017 have made their verbal commitments to college teams.
October’s almost over, which means many of the United States’ fastest high school seniors have committed to swim in college….
Alexander Santana of Pacific Swim and University City High School in San Diego, California has verbally committed to Boston College.