Last summer, Huske broke a 38-year-old NAG record in the 15-16 100 fly with a 57.80 in long course meters at the 2019 U.S. Summer Nationals.
Rankin is a versatile distance specialist with a great 400 IM, a swimmer archetype that has had a lot of success at OSU in the last few years.
NCAP back/fly specialist Samantha Smith has announced her intention to swim at Boston College beginning in the fall of 2021.
Rising high school senior Abbey Malmstrom has committed to swim for University at Buffalo beginning fall 2021. She will join the Bull’s class of 2025.
He has been to World Junior Champs in 2017 and 2019, representing South Africa in 2017 and then switching to New Zealand for 2019.
Tualatin Hills Swim Club breast/IM specialist Angus Corbeau will trade Oregon for Texas when he suits up for SMU in the fall of 2021.
Lynch’s age group career has been no joke; she holds 110 team records with the Greenwich YWCA Dolphins and 68 Connecticut LSC records.
Khalil Fonder plans to move back to his home state of Virginia to swim for the H2Okies beginning in the fall of 2020.
Last summer, Whittington placed top 20 in the 200 free, 400 free, 800 free and 1500 free at the 2019 NCSA Championships.
Bridges has won the 100 fly at the last two North Carolina 1/2A State Championships representing Chase High School. She was 55.84 in 2019 and 54.52 in 2020.
Virginia head coach Todd DeSorbo has landed the first class of 2022 commitment since the recruiting period opened 11 days ago.
Pape should be an immediate boost to the Yellow Jacket program. She would’ve been their top 100 freestyler last season.
At the 2020 Big Ten Championships, Bathurst made the 200 fly A-final and placed eighth overall, while adding B-final appearances in the 200 and 500 free.
This past winter, at the 2019 Speedo Winter Junior Champs – East, Sweeney scored in the 200 fly B-final with a lifetime best 2:01.02.
Most recently, Lough competed at the Pro Swim Series stop in Des Moines, where she made the 200 back C-final (2:19.90) to finish 19th overall.