Weronika Górecka of Warsaw, Poland has committed to the University of Akron for 2019-20.
Claire Tuttle, a two-sport All-American from Hudsonville, Michigan, has opted to swim for the University of Michigan in 2020-21.
Jiang will look to help the Bearcats claim an AEC crown when he gets to Vestal in 2019.
Dayton Raiders’ Katrina Kanzari commits to Wilmington College’s class of 2023.
Munster, Indiana backstroker Holden Raffin has verbally committed to USC for 2020-21.
Last spring, the debate was Reece Whitley vs. Drew Kibler for the #1-ranked recruit in the nation. Turns out, neither of them were the highest-scoring freshman at NCAAs. Say hello to Minnesota’s Max McHugh.
It’s a tale of two classes for the men: the current junior class has been pretty lackluster, especially among our top-20 ranked recruits. But the current sophomores, led by #1 recruit Ryan Hoffer of Cal, have been outstanding through two years.
Kelly looks to help Delta State win a NSISC conference title for the 2019-2020 season.
Freiburger will help put the Mustangs on the NSIC map for the 2019-2020 season.
Cisco Announces Commitment to University of the Pacific
Our recruiting class ranks for the current crop of graduating seniors, all the way back in 2015: #1 Texas, #2 Cal, #3 USC. How did those classes (and the rest of our top 12) turn out after four years? And what would a revised top 12 list look like? We have the answers – and the data – here.
Just how close did #1 Andrew Seliskar and #2 Townley Haas end up over their careers? And you might be shocked to know just how many developmental sprint talents flourished from outside our top 20 ranks in the boy’s high school class of 2015.
Wozny will be able to make a splash in the Missouri Valley Conference as a freshman for the Sycamores.
Vastly improving Fenneuff will be able to make an immediate impact for the Cardinals.
Masson will swim for the Whitman College Blues in the fall of 2019.