Ashlyn Underhill from Carmel High School and Carmel Swim Club has elected to swim at Miami of Ohio beginning in 2019-20.
Fishers High School senior Kyle Haflich will swim at Seton Hall University next fall, following EMU’s decision to cut the men’s swimming and diving team.
The Indiana State women’s swimming and diving program has signed four more student-athletes for the 2018-19 season, head coach Matt Leach has announced.
Lake Shore Swim Club’s Ben Brooks is transferring from Eastern Michigan to West Virginia in the fall.
Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School and Chattahoochee Gold’s Meghan Taner is headed to Bucknell University in the fall.
Perhaps the person most surprised to learn that Colorado State University’s Haley Rowley had been named the Mountain West’s Swimmer of the Year was, well, Haley Rowley.
Zack Wolbert from the Pocono Family YMCA Piranhas Swim Team has committed to swim at La Salle University, where his sister Emily Wolbert is currently a sophomore.
Roark Lundal from James Madison Memorial High School and Badger Aquatics Club in Madison, Wisconsin has announced he intends to swim for Xavier University in the fall.
Samantha (Sam) Sutton of Bowling Green High School and Southern Kentucky Swim Club has verbally committed to Miami University for 2019-20.
Chris O’Shea of Three Village Swim Club has signed with West Virginia University to finish his three remaining years of eligibility.
Luke Otto of Buffalo, New York is headed to Arizona State University in the fall to finish out his collegiate swimming career.
Grant Norgan, who is finishing up his freshman year at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, has announced he plans…
Earlier this month, the CSCAA honored EMU head coach Peter Linn with its highest award, the National Collegiate and Scholastic Trophy.
A new proposal would extend the NCAA’s “year in residence” requirement to all sports, requiring all transfers to sit out a full year before rejoining NCAA competition, though other proposals would allow students with a certain GPA to bypass that requirement.
The University of New Mexico women’s swimming and diving team added three more recruits for the 2018-2019 campaign, bringing next year’s class to 12 student-athletes.