SEC Freshman Swimmer of the Year Olivia Carter has added her name to the NCAA transfer database, signaling her intention to leave the University of Georgia.
Galisteo is a big get for the Zips; her best times in the 800/1500 freestyles, converted, would smash the Akron team records.
James Plage and Nick Lawson will look to Coach Mark Bernardino and the Wolfpack D-Squad in the fall of 2020.
LeBuke is in just his second season of swimming year-round, and he’s already slated to represent Canada at the international level.
Las Vegas’ Bryce Rounds, who was a Nevada High School state finalist in the 1650 free, has committed to swim at Mount St. Mary’s in the fall of 2019.
Crawfordsville, Indiana, native Emily Humphrey is heading upstate to continue her swimming career, committing to Valparaiso to compete beginning this fall.
Gainesville, Florida, native and Gator Swim Club member Leah Reisker has committed to swim for Duquesne beginning in the fall of 2020.
Newmark would be the first swimmer from New York to join the Wisconsin men’s swimming & diving team in a decade.
Scott, a 24.1/51.9 backstroker, comes in with a 100 back time faster than the Alabama program record. She’s the second IU to Alabama transfer this year.
Janelle Rudolph, the #19 recruit on our list of top 20 girls from the high school class of 2020, has elected to swim for Stanford.
The Stanford Cardinal picked up a key commitment from Bay Area swimmer Ethan Hu, who rattled the national high school record in the 100 fly this May.
Burlingame Aquatic Club celebrated its seniors Brendan Verna, Emma Lepisova, and Brandon Pham as they head off to swim for collegiate programs in 2019-20.
Rapidly-improving Joe Hunt of Alamo Area Aquatic Association, a 2x Texas high school state champion, has announced his verbal commitment to Notre Dame.
Minnesota resident Caroline Anderson, originally committed to Colgate for 2019-20, has elected to remain in state to swim for the Golden Gophers.