Tegan Preston from San Diego’s North Coast Aquatics will swim for UC Santa Barbara in the fall.
Cole Bruns of Alamo Area Aquatic Association and New Braunfels High School has switched his verbal commitment to Auburn University for 2019-20.
She will be making the move from the Ottawa area, which is roughly north of New York state, out to Pullman, Washington, to join the Cougars.
This past February, representing Frisco HS, she claimed runner-up honors at the 2018 Texas UIL 5A State Champs with a 1:02.71 showing in the 100 breast.
Ethan S. Banks, from Pepper Pike, Ohio, commits to Dartmouth College. Banks attends University School in Hunting Valley, a suburb of Cleveland.
Rockwood Swim Club’s Emily O’Connell has handed Miami University its first verbal commitment to the class of 2024.
James Tarquin (pictured above) and Christopher Mykkanen will swim for UNLV in the fall.
Lakeville, Minnesota’s Caroline Anderson has signed an NLI to swim for Colgate University in 2019-20.
Atkinson is coming off of a great summer, where she won 2018 NCSA titles in the 200m back and 200m free.
The new rules make it much easier to transfer than ever before; however, there are still some things to think about before you decide to up and change schools.
Wyatt Davis from Carmel Swim Club and Carmel High School has verbally committed to Michigan for 2020-21.
SwimAtlanta’s Elly Deas has committed to Navy for 2019-20.
Nu Wave Swim Club’s Hannah Morris has committed to swim at TCU next fall.
South Carolina Swim Club’s Sarah Mundy has committed to swim for Colorado State University in the class of 2023.
Two-time USA Swimming Scholastic All-American Riley Tapley has committed to San Diego State University for 2019-20.