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.
Olympic gap year swimmers Kacper Stokowski and Giovanni Izzo are both on track to compete for the NC State Wolfpack next fall, the program says.
Arkansas will hope to strike gold again with Emily Barclay, who was the UK’s 2nd-best 50 freestyler last season behind Arkansas graduate Anna Hopkin.
Ellie Jew was Arizona’s top-placing 100 breaststroker at last year’s Pac-12 Championship meet, finishing 8th. She now heads to Notre Dame.
Diving was the strength of UNC’s program in year in the first season under a new coaching regime, especially the springboard events – Jenkins’ specialty.
Following his first season representing the Fresno Pacific Sunbirds, Upper Arlington, Luke Landis will transfer to swim for the Denison University.
Bell made a big impact in her 1 season at Northern Arizona, winning the 100 and 200 yard backstrokes at the WAC Championships
Massey is a breaststroke/sprint specialist, who has qualified for the Olympic Trials in the 100 breast.
All-American distance swimmer Zach Yeadon has entered the NCAA transfer portal after three seasons with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
Maric had a very strong debut at the 2020 Western Athletic Conference Championships, where he finished second in all three of his individual events.
At Fresno State, Zofia Niemczak was the 2019 Mountain West Conference Champion in the 200 yard fly. Following a gap year, she’ll transfer to Utah next season.
Backstroke swimmer Juliana Villa Rodriguez has committed to swim for Lindsey Wilson College. She will begin swimming for the team in fall 2020.
Bullock, who will finish her undergraduate degree in May, will transfer to Duke to begin working on her master’s degree and use her final season of eligibility.
After a legendary breakout meet at the AAC Championships for East Carolina, Stege will transfer to the University of Tennessee next season.