The Indiana to Alabama pipeline has been busy since the Crimson Tide hired Coley Stickels, the former IU associate head sprint coach, to lead the program.
Ella Miller swam for 1 semester for the Auburn Tigers before getting injured. She’ll now continue her career at the University of Minnesota.
AAC 200 fly champion Adam Mahler will transfer to the University of North Carolina after one season at East Carolina.
Schultz, seen here with dog Tucker, swam for Louisville for 2 seasons, but never made an appearance at the ACC Championships.
In the wake of East Carolina shutting down its swimming & diving program, Shannon Stott is the latest public transfer to another school.
Niepelova helped establish the Slovak 4×200 free national record in SCM with a 2:03.79 third leg at the 2018 FINA SC World Champs.
Vavrinova (above at the 2018 World Cup in Budapest) was one of the faster swimmers in a young ECU core that found themselves without a program 2 weeks ago when the school announced it was cutting its swimming & diving programs.
Ardmore, Pennsylvania’s Anna Kalandadze will head home after a year at Cal to swim for the Penn Quakers in 2020-21.
Dupre (middle) celebrates with Indiana teammates after winning the 200 free at the 2020 Big Ten Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships.
Billy Cruz, one of the best sprint freestylers in the history of the NJCAA, will attend USC beginning in January of 2021.
Alexander, whose best times would have been worth over 50 points at last year’s Mountain West Conference Championship meet, swam 1 season at Louisville.
The NCAA’s Division I Council says it will adopt new rules regarding eligibility for transfers, rather than accepting the proposed ‘one-time transfer’ waiver.
Benjamin’s (right) lifetime and collegiate best times in the 1650 free would have won the Mountain West Conference title last season. Diver Lauren Gryboski (left) also will join the Broncos.
Erik Harper sat out the 2019-2020 NCAA season after spending his first 2 years at Hawaii. Now he’ll transfer to Florida with a new focus on the breaststroke events.
Josh Dannhauser, who qualified for NCAAs at Auburn as both a freshman and a sophomore, will transfer to Wisconsin for his junior season.