Here are three ways student-athletes look at prospective schools and why they should go on recruit trips.
Dillane Wehbe from Bishop Hendricken High School and Bluefish Swim Club will swim for American University beginning in the fall of 2018.
Aislinn Walsh from South Bend’s Saint Joseph High School and Irish Aquatics has verbally committed to Ohio State for 2019-20.
Holland, Michigan-native Spencer Carl will transfer to the University of Michigan in the fall. He swam his freshman year at Louisville.
Andy Lee, who swims for Great Neck South High School and Laguardia Aquatic Club, has verbally committed to USC for 2019-20.
Martinez from Portland, Oregon’s Jesuit High School and Tualatin Hills Swim Club has announced his verbal commitment to the University of Southern California for 2019-20.
Ellie Wanninger, Olivia Kayye, and Haley Bergthold have all committed to swim for Pepperdine in the class of 2022.
Tim Bennett of North Central High School and Fishers Area Swimming Tigers has committed to Gardner-Webb for 2018-2019.
Versatile recruits Matthew Lattin (TN) and Logan Davis (TX) add to the U.S. Air Force Academy’s Class of 2022.
The Air Force women’s swimming and diving team is proud to welcome 14 members of the Class of 2022, as announced today by head coach Colleen Murphy
Ariana Lewis (pictured above) and H2Okie Aquatics teammates Megan Cummins and Laura Hodge have committed to George Mason University’s class of 2022.
Fort Collins, Colorado’s Richard Dauksher has committed to swim for Carnegie Mellon University beginning in the fall of 2018.
Spencer Clarke of Aptos Cabrillo Swim Club out of Santa Cruz, California has signed an NLI to swim for Fordham University in 2018-19.
Lauren Kilgore of Bridgman High School and Irish Aquatics has committed to Toledo for the 2019-2020 season.
Jacob Won of Obra D. Tompkins High School and Katy Aquatics has committed to the University of South Dakota.