Making the move from Texas to Alaska, Camillia Samson will be joining the DII Alaska-Fairbanks swim team this fall as part of their freshman class of 2021.
Katharina Wrede will bring her sprint prowess to the Hoosiers in 2022 and will have an immediate impact on both individual and relay events.
Ali Harrison, who qualified for the NCAA Championships 3 times in her 4 year career at Cal, will swim her final collegiate season at Duke.
Mitchell Bone from Johannesburg, RSA will bring ODAC-ready times to Greensboro College when he suits up for The Pride in the fall of 2022.
Alyssa Graves, a 2021 NCAA qualifier in the 1650 free and 200 fly while at Iowa, will transfer to Ohio State in the fall of 2021.
Sprint free and back specialist Gracyn Pires from SwimMAC Carolina has committed to NCAA Division III’s Birmingham Southern College for 2021-22.
Winter Juniors qualifier Emily Carpenter has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Texas for the 2022-23 school year.
Two-time Big Ten champion Calypso Sheridan will transfer to USC to swim her remaining year of eligibility while attend graduate school.
Hazel Derr from Portland Aquatic Club will bring MPSF top 8-worthy times in the 100/200 back when she suits up for the Gauchos in the fall of 2022.
Kathryn Brady and Anna Gann have both committed to join the Niagara University swim team beginning in the fall of 2021.
TAC Titans distance freestyler Jacob Pishko will take a PG year before starting as a plebe at the Naval Academy in the fall of 2022.
Mid-distance freestyler Nick Grulke from Mission Viejo Nadadores has announced his intention to swim at Penn beginning in the 2022-23 school year.
Amber van Meines, a Futures qualifier in the 50/100 free from Orinda Aquatics, has verbally committed to Harvard’s class of 2026.
Woodruff will travel just 75 miles from his home of Cumming, Georgia to attend Emmanuel College in nearby Franklin Springs.
The defending CCSA champions, the Liberty Flames, will add high school senior Ella Kahn to their roster beginning in the fall of 2021.