Sydney Roycraft, a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American from The Woodlands, Texas, has announced her verbal commitment to LSU for 2020-21.
Boston University’s first verbal commitment from the class of 2020 is Lara Mitchell, who is already faster than BU’s school record in the 100-yard backstroke.
Rinn specializes in the 200-yard butterfly and already has a time fast enough for an NCAA ‘B’ Cut.
Ohio State Swim Club’s Sage Moore has committed to swim for the University of Evansville beginning in the 2019-20 season.
Today is the day that the high school class of 2021 can begin talking to college coaches. See who has already verbally committed from the class of 2020.
June 15th will launch open season on the recruiting cycle for the high school class of 2021, and USA Swimming has relieved some concerns on how MAAPP applies.
Leah Riley of Newport News, Virginia will be staying in-state as she committed to George Mason University of the Atlantic-10 Conference.
Riley Hendrix has verbally committed to the Tulane Green Wave in the class of 2020. She’s a breaststroker from the Dynamo Swim Club in Atlanta.
LSU has picked up a 2020 Commit from 14-time Mississippi State Champion Maddie Howell – who is primarily a sprint freestyler.
2018 D1 Michigan High School State finalist Julianne Libler has committed to swim at Xavier University beginning in the 2019-2020 season.
Shauna Killane of the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Pirhanas has committed to swim for the University of Rhode Island’s class of 2023.
Audrey Vermeulen has verbally committed to Division II Biola University in California. She’s primarily a freestyler.
Ohio State Swim Club’s Grace Cherryhomes will swim for the Saginaw Valley State Cardinals beginning in the fall of 2019.
Reicherter is part of a backstroke heavy class joining a Hoosiers team that won a Big Ten Championship with only two backstroke scoring swims.
Walls will be joining a Nittany Lions D-Squad looking to reload after losing a national champion to graduation.