Osprey Aquatic’s Mai McKenna has committed to San Diego State University.. McKenna stands to make strong contributions in the backstroke and IM events.
Palo Alto’s Sloane Reinstein bets on Georgia’s renowned 200 freestyle tradition to continue developing her mid-distance talents.
Julia Wolf followed her club coach Coley Stickels to Indiana when she was a senior in high school, and will now head south to Alabama with him as well.
Geringer will join the Buckeyes in 2020.
Brandbergh will join the Nittany Lions in 2020.
Rachel Sabotin has committed to Akron’s class of 2024. “I’m so excited to be a part of such an amazing swim team, coaches, and university.”
Bobby O’Donnell from the RMSC-Olney National Training Group has committed to swim for the U.S. Coast Guard Bears beginning in the fall.
Hannah Wasmuth, a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American from Norcross, Georgia, has verbally committed to Villanova for 2020-21.
Wisconsin head coach Yuri Suguiyama is no stranger to women’s distance freestylers: he was Katie Ledecky’s coach when she won her first Olympic gold.
The University of Florida is becoming a women’s breaststroking destination of sorts, bolstered by a commitment out of Chattanooga, Tennessee on Saturday.
His best time of 14:55.56 in the LCM 1500 currently sits at 10th in the world this year.
Eric Wang, a breaststroker from Cougar Aquatic Team in Verona, NJ, has announced his plans to swim for the Penn Quakers in 2019-20.
Maddie Clifton opted to spend her freshman year at UTSA in San Antonio, which doesn’t have a college swim team, while training with AAAA.
Having to tell college coaches that you are not interested in their program and school is a nice problem to have, but it is a problem.
NCAA Qualifier and Turkish native Erge Gezmis announced he will join the NC State Wolfpack after redshirting the 2019-2020 season to prepare for the Olympics.