With 2 years of eligibility remaining, Michigan’s Maggie MacNeil already has a pair of NCAA titles to her name. She is one of 3 Michigan women…
Paden Shipp from City of Lafayette Aquatics in Louisiana will join Thomas University on campus this fall as a member of the class of 2025.
Freestyler Josh Beam of Gardnerville, NV has announced his commitment to swim for the NAIA’s Soka University in the fall of 2021.
NAIA’s Keiser University has announced its plans to raise $8 million for a new aquatics center at their Flagship campus in West Palm Beach, FL.
Liz Mahan will head to Tennessee to swim for Milligan University in 2021-22. She already has times that would score at NAIA Nationals.
Synowiec’s converted times would have scored in the top-8 of the 200/1650 free and the top-16 of the 500 free at 2019 NAIAs.
Kentucky led all DIvision I women’s teams with 12 first-team selections and Texas led all Division I men’s teams with 14 first team selections.
How will the extra year of eligibility granted to swimmers affect scholarship funding for college teams in the coming seasons?
Distance freestyler Avery Herring has announced her intention to swim for NAIA’s Lindsey Wilson College beginning in the fall of 2021.
Denison University led all NCAA Division III schools with 42 swimmers and divers earning All-American status this season.
T&T backstroker Delroy Tyrrell will bring conference A final-worthy times to Lindsey Wilson when he starts in the fall of 2021.
Michael Cellucci will join Milligan with Appalachian Conference top-8 times in the 500 free, 400 IM, 100/200 breast and 1650 free.
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