Hannah Sloan has committed to swim for Mount St. Mary’s where she plans to train for a spot on USA’s 2024 Paralympic team. She joins the team fall 2020.
On the same day that the California State University system announced that it would be holding mostly-remote learning in the fall, the NCAA reaffirmed…
The move came as part of an athletics department restructuring designed to save $2 million. The school says no other programs, including swimming & diving, will be cut.
Breaststroker Calvin Groenewold has committed to swim for Division I Bryant University beginning fall 2020. He will be joining the school’s class of 2024.
Nicky Lane has committed to swim for DI Rider University. He will begin his collegiate career fall 2020 and will be joining the Broncs’ class of 2024.
Parkland Swimming Club’s James Zhang has committed to swim for Niagara University beginning fall 2020. He will be joining the school’s class of 2024.
2020 PIAA 100 butterfly champion Gio Germano has committed to swim for Niagara University beginning fall 2020. He will be joining the class of 2024.
Instruction for students at all 23 Cal State campuses will remain mostly online through the fall, chancellor Timothy White announced Tuesday.
Notably, swimming & diving has remained untouched, at least in this most recent move by the conference.
High School junior Karinda Meeuwsen has committed to swim for Illinois State beginning fall 2020. She will be joining the school’s class of 2025.
Backstroke and IM’er John McEarchern has committed to swim for Georgetown University in DC beginning fall 2020. He will join the school’s class of 2024.
Freestyle specialist Raegen Follis from Katy Aquatics has committed to Illinois State University for 2020-21.
Junior Braden Osborn has committed to Division I West Virginia University. He will begin his collegiate career fall 2021 and join the class of 2025.
New Zealand’s Phoebe Harris, who is A final-ready for C-USA in the 100 breast and 200 breast, will swim for FIU beginning next fall.
The long time head coach of UMaine and Plymouth State University died last month. He was 90. Switzer won several awards as both a swimming coach and diving coach.