The new rules make it much easier to transfer than ever before; however, there are still some things to think about before you decide to up and change schools.
Gonzalez says that he’s waiting to hear back from Cal and Florida to potentially start studies in January, though it’s unclear yet if, should he be accepted and can start taking classes in January, he will be swimming as soon as next semester.
Scroll down to see our list of swimmers and divers from the class of 2019 who have committed to college programs.
South African sprinter Ryen van Wyk has announced his intention to transfer to West Virginia University next fall after his second season at Indian River State College.
Marc Caron of Gatineau, Quebec, has had somewhat of a different college experience than most.
Cooper Knapp, who won the 200 fly at 2018 NCAA Division III Championships, has transferred from SUNY New Paltz to the University of Connecticut.
Duncan had originally planned to transfer to Arizona, but a change of coach there led him to Purdue.
Sprint free and butterfly specialist Franco Reyes has transferred to the University of Tennessee for 2018-19.
Australia’s Jemma Schlicht is transferring from the USC Spartans to the USC Trojans for the spring 2019 semester.
Lara Siebrecht, a backstroker from Berlin, Germany, has announced her transfer from Gardner-Webb University to Virginia Tech, starting this fall.
Kylie Powers is a big in-state get for the Aggies #7 recruiting class.
Julia Menkhaus is a big reason why UVA slides in at #11 on the top incoming NCAA classes rankings.
Roger Karns, Head Swimming Coach at Lewis University, will welcome four transfers to Romeoville, Illinois this fall.
Clovis, California’s Graham Hauss is transferring to the University of California, San Diego after a year at ASU in which an injury prevented him from swimming.
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