The North Carolina State Wolf Pack have added a badly-needed butterflier to fill out their medleys next season.
The Missouri women have picked up a very good senior backstroker out of Ohio.
North Carolina is beginning to reload its 200 fly group that scored more than a third of the teams points at the NCAA Championships last year.
Andrew Liang is the top men’s recruit in the country to make his verbal commitment public so far this season.
Kylie Stewart of the Dynamo Swim Club has made her verbal commitment to Georgia
Auburn recruiting has suddenly joined the ranks of swim programs that have gotten very hot in recruiting in the final week of September.
Blake Pieroni has decided to stay in the Hooiser State and swim for Indiana University.
Brooke Lorentzen, an open water star, has verbally committed to Minnesota.
Emily Kopas is following in her family’s maize-and-blue footsteps.
Duke has brought in another impressive butterflier – their fifth guy under 50 seconds in high school in the last two recruiting classes.
The South Carolina Gamecocks have signed a strong recruit from Idaho for the class of 2014.
Florida has gotten a verbal commitment from a Florida 1A sprinter – a group they’ve nailed in recruiting for the last year.
Lauren Rhodes has decided to stay in-state and commit to the Wolfpack.
Indiana has had a very busy week in Swimming News and they add another commitment with Canada’s Kennedy Goss.
The Auburn women have picked up a badly-needed breaststroke recruit for the class of 2014.