Luana Alonso, a Paraguayan Olympian who qualified for the NCAA Championships in the 100 fly last season, has entered the NCAA Transfer Portal.
Murtagh scored 14 points for Penn State at this year’s Big Ten Championships. Rutgers finished only 30 points behind Purdue.
Butterflier Taryn Dailey will transfer from Keiser (1st at NAIAs last year) to Olivet Nazarene (3rd at NAIAs last year).
Kucheran’s best time would have finished second in the 100 breaststroke at the 2022 Pac-12 Championships and provided a boost to Cal’s 400 medley relay.
Bernal was the only swimming point scorer at NCAAs this year for the Arizona women, finishing 12th in the 100 back with a time of 51.24.
Michigan’s Maggie MacNeil isn’t the only big-name women’s NCAA transfer this off-season, but she’s the one due to have the biggest impact.
Emma Davidson, who was on both of Cal’s 11th-place sprint free relays at the 2022 NCAA Championships, has entered the transfer portal.
Callan, a U.S. Olympian at the Tokyo 2020 Games, says he is still deciding whether to return to Michigan for his 5th year or not.
Kailee Morgan is leaving Carson-Newman after three seasons and will head 30 minutes west to the University of Tennessee for her remaining eligibility.
Parker will add on to Virginia’s already incredible depth in the 50, 100, and 200 free, and could be a key member of their 800 free relay next year.
Garcia was a member of Cal’s 200 medley, 200 freestyle, and 400 freestyle relays at the 2022 Women’s NCAA Championships.
With the May 1 deadline passing, student-athletes entering the NCAA transfer portal won’t be eligible to compete next season barring a waiver exemption.
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