With his best times, Yu-Kisselbach would’ve ranked #2 on BC’s roster last season in the 500 free, 1650 free and 200 fly.
IMer Nathan Moore from Boise YMCA has announced his commitment to Drury University for 2021-22 and beyond.
The 19-year-old originally hails from China, but has been competing in Canada for the last two years.
Versatile Sabrina Johnston from BGCN Marlins has made a commitment to the application process at Princeton, becoming the 4th verbal to the class of 2026.
Cierra McCarty of Tacoma, Washington has verbally committed to make the 3,000 mile trip cross-country to swim at Tufts University in the fall.
U.S. Open and Summer Juniors qualifier Ella Flowers has announced her verbal commitment to USC for 2022-23.
Hughes was the 500 free runner-up at the 2020 North Carolina HS 4A State Championships, hitting a then-lifetime best (4:32.11).
At the 2020 Iowa HS State Championships, Frericks finished runner-up in the 50 free (23.56) and was third in the 100 back (55.42).
Kendall is a great sprinter, and relays are her biggest strength; she’s also split 22.4 recently swimming on her high school’s 200 free relay.
Nevada HS 4A Mountain Region finalist Ethan Smith has announced his decision to swim for Long Island University beginning in the fall of 2021.
Clara Williams will already have A-final eligible times for the Patriot League when she suits up for Army West Point in the fall of 2021.
Butterflier Jonah Karschnik has committed to swim for DI Miami University (OH) beginning in the fall of 2021. He will join the Red Hawks’ class of 2025.
USA Swimming Futures qualifier Amy Van Son has verbally committed to swim for Xavier University beginning in the fall of 2021.
The University of Maryland-Baltimore County has picked up a verbal commitment from Karsen Pena of North Carolina for its class of 2025.
Breaststroke/IM specialist Eliza Brown, currently swimming with Sarasota Sharks, will bring A-final ready times to Princeton in the fall of 2022.