Emmerson Dingwerth from Fairview, Texas has announced her verbal commitment to William and Mary for the 2022-2023 school year.
Leah O’Connell of Boston Area Diving specializes in the 3-meter event where she earned 3rd place at the 2021 USA Diving Zone A Championships.
Sri Lankan Olympian Aniqah Gaffoor will have a huge impact when she arrives in Portland next fall, with times that would break program records.
Sprint free/fly specialist Chris Holmes from Carmel High School and Carmel Swim Club will head to Indiana University in the fall.
Garcia was a member of Cal’s 200 medley, 200 freestyle, and 400 freestyle relays at the 2022 Women’s NCAA Championships.
Bolles School Sharks butterflyer and freestyler Timothy Mai has committed to join Division I Valparaiso University next fall.
Stanley’s verbal commitment comes on the heels of a notably successful season for ASU. The men’s team finished 6th at NCAAs.
Reagan Greer will have a big impact when she arrives at Nebraska Wesleyan, with times that would score in A finals at conference.
With the May 1 deadline passing, student-athletes entering the NCAA transfer portal won’t be eligible to compete next season barring a waiver exemption.
Franco will be able to make an immediate impact in the mid-distance and backstroke events for the Tritons when he arrives in San Diego.
Tudor will bring immediate scoring potential to the Mammoths when make the journey to Massachusetts from California this fall.
Wright will be a massive addition to the Bowdoin roster, with times already capable of scoring at the NCAA Championships as a freshman.
Cash Woolsey, a senior sprint freestyler from Coronado Swim Association- Team Elite, has committed to join the LSU Tiger class of 2026.
Schobel was Penn State’s fastest backstroker by a wide margin this past season, taking 6th in the 100 back at the Big Ten Championships and 5th in the 200.
Herbert has the potential to be one of the university’s top performers in the breaststroke program when she joins in 2023.