The Indiana State Women’s Swimming & Diving program has released its 2019 signing class, including 13 athletes from three countries and six states.
Courtesy: William & Mary Athletics The William & Mary women’s swimming team will add nine freshmen to the roster ahead…
I’m concerned because my son who is a good swimmer, hasn’t gotten any offers from colleges, but his friends have already committed.
Southern Maine Aquatic Club’s Alicia Lawrence has committed to swim for Cornell University beginning in the 2019-20 season.
TCU swimming and diving added 10 student-athletes to its women’s roster for the upcoming 2019-20 season, including two transfers.
One of just two names left from our Top 20, Isabel Gormley of AGUA in New York City, has verbally committed to Stanford’s class of 2024.
Poland’s Kacper Stokowski is the third Florida male All-American to announce that he plans to transfer out of the program this offseason.
Nicholas Goudie has committed to swim for Emory University. Goudie stands to make strong contributions in the sprint freestyle and butterfly events.
PA Backstroker Owen Blazer Gives 2020 Commitment to MAC Champion Miami (OH) University.
Gupton will arrive in Jacksonville in the fall of 2019.
Alexa Connors, a USA Swimming Scholastic All American from Massachusetts announces her verbal commitment to swim at the University of Richmond.
Waggoner will arrive in La Mirada in the fall of 2019 with a career-best time in the 200-yard butterfly that is already faster than the Biola school record.
Granville, Ohio, native Gabrielle Brust will keep her talents inside the Buckeye state after committing to swim for Ohio University.
2019 IHSAA 200 IM state champion Cameron Linder has made a verbal commitment to the University of Minnesota for 2020-21.
Meg Peel was the 2019 NCAA Division III runner-up in the 200 yard backstroker as a sophomore; this fall, she will transfer to Alabama.