The defending NCAA Champions from the University of Michigan have added another IM’er to replace outgoing seniors Kyle Whitaker and John Wojciechowski in 2014.
NBAC’s Cierra Runge has made a verbal commitment to the Golden Bears of California.
Logan Samuelson, class of 2014, has committed to swim for Auburn University. Samuelson is a standout distance freestyler from the state of Florida. (Photo Provided By: Logan Samuelson)
Princeton gets commitment from another top female swimming in the class of 2014 (Marsteller bottom right). (Photo Credit: Amanda Smith)
The talented Heidi Miller of Pittsburgh, PA has given her verbal commitment to swim for Princeton University.
Alexandra Meyers of the Schroeder YMCA has become the latest commitment to Greg Meehan’s Stanford class. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
North Baltimore’s Gillian Ryan has committed to the University of Michigan. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Teddy Kalp, a finalist at the 2013 World Junior Championships, has committed to Indiana. (Photo: Teddy Kalp)
Ally Howe will stay close to home and swim for Stanford beginning in the fall of 2014. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Maya Dirado has been on a roll for the last six months. What will she do for the Cardinal in 2014?
2013-2014 NCAA Women’s College Preview: #9 Texas Hurt by Loss of Sogar, Still a Force to be Reckoned With
With the loss of Laura Sogar, the Texas Longhorns will have to rely on a deep returning squad and a strong incoming freshmen class if they want to improve on their 9th place finish at NCAA”s from last year.
Chase Kalisz returns to the Georgia Bulldogs for his sophomore season as the 400IM NCAA Champion. (Photo Credit: Victor Puig)
The Louisville women didn’t score a single relay point at NCAA’s in 2013. That all could change in 2014. (Stock Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Louisville’s 2013-2014 team looks a lot more balanced than their squad last year. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
The Cal Golden Bears have completed their incredible medley relays for next season, which will surely break some NCAA Records. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)