New Jersey state champion in the 200 IM, Jason Arthur, verbally commits to swim for Drexel University for the 2016-17 season.
The Bears have picked up Futures qualifier Monica Blake, who has represented Swim Omaha and Gross Catholic High School.
Anna Moers will be swimming for Georgia Southern University next season, along with future teammate Markie Duffy.
Motch’s 50 backstroke would have been the best in the CAA last year
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Distance swimmer Emily Niles and breaststroker Emily Glass have both given their verbal commitments to Fresno State for 2016.
Missouri State received a verbal commitment from US Open Qualifier Antonio Thomas.
Canadian distance swimmer Laura Johnston has verbally committed to the University of Cincinnati.
Mykenzie Kostka is the second verbal commitment for next season’s new program at Indiana State.
The University of Minnesota just landed another verbal commitment, this one from 100 breast and 200 IM state champ Tara Chapman.
Megan Wenman from Blackline Aquatics has a depth of talent that should be a big boost to North Dakota when she joins them next fall.
Heading into his senior year, Dylan Bosch will look to regain his national title in the 200 yard butterfly after finishing 3rd last season.
Lakeside Seahawk swimmer Hannah Fuchs has verbally committed to swim for the Miami University (OH) RedHawks.
Ocean City High School senior Alyssa Chain gave her verbal commitment to take her talents to Iona College for next year.
Josh Tosoni of Naval Academy Aquatic Club plans to continue his fast-paced imrovement while swimming for Seton Hall next year.