The Cal women somehow keep fitting more-and-more elite level talent into their scholarship budget.
Florida State’s brilliant outdoor scenery will be the home of Canadian sprinter Anthony Lyons for at least the next four years.
Indiana native, Annie Spalding, verbally commits to Purdue University. Spalding’s strongest event is the 100 breaststroke. She will be joining Purdue’s Emily Fogle (pictured above) for the 2014-2015 season.
Indiana coach Ray Looze is hitting his target with this impressive women’s class.
Minnesota has added a breaststroker from the local Aquajets Swim Team.
The Missouri women just might have their best class yet under Greg Rhodenbaugh.
Virginia’s new head coach Augie Busch has picked up his first verbal with his new program.
The Virginia Tech Hokies have added a class-of-2014 breaststroker to their roster.
Monica Bottelberghe, who is recovering from thyroid-removal surgery, has verbally committed to join her sister Jessica at Boise State.
Reagan Cook is the latest swimmer to verbally commit to Indiana University.
The Volunteers and Hoosiers both picked up Indiana Natives with verbal commitments.
Kentucky is putting together a solid recruiting class in Lars Jorgensen’s first year as their head coach.
Seen here as part of the National Age Group Record setting 800 free relay, Elsa Welshofer has committed to Princeton.
The Missouri Tigers are building one of the deepest recruiting classes in the Greg Rhodenbaugh era.
Alexander Lewis has the potential to compete in a lot of different races for the Princeton Tigers.