Raidt, who placed third in the 200 free at the 2019 IHSA Boys HS Champs, brings in a 45.5/1:37.9/4:30.9 freestyle combo to Harvard.
Wilton Y Wahoos breaststroker/IMer Ellen Holmquist has verbally committed to Penn’s class of 2024.
Olympic Trials qualifier Alex Massey of Ensworth Aquatics has verbally committed to the application process at Yale.
Jazlynn Pak from Seattle, Washington has announced her verbal commitment to the application process at Columbia University for 2020-21.
Suen, who won the 100 free at the 2019 CIF North Coast Section Champs, would’ve placed third in the 200 free at Ivies last season.
Matthew Leblanc from Chaparral High School and Scottsdale Aquatic Club has announced his intention to swim for the Penn Quakers in 2020-21.
Zhang, at 1:00.73, is already over a full second faster than Harvard’s best 100 breaststroker was at the end of last season.
Dylan Rhee comes in with a time of 1:57.14 in the 200 breast which would’ve made the Ivy League Champs A-final last season.
Arik Katz, who finished 5th in the mile at the 2019 World Junior Championships, is the fourth Katz sibling to commit to a D1 school for swimming.
Harvard’s Raphael Marcoux will sit out the coming NCAA season in preparation for Canadian Olympic Trials in the spring. Marcoux would have been a senior.
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