It was another big week of commitments as swimmers and divers all around the country are making their decisions in advance of National Letter of Intent Signing Period.
Freestyle swimmer from California, Katherine Young commits to Fairfield University.
San Diego State is the defending Mountain West champions, and they’re already reloading for future title runs with the commitment…
Arizona breaststroker Larry Quintano is one of three solid recruits who have recently given verbal commitments to the Black Knights.
Minki Kang fought off SIU’s Michael Wolfe for a close win in the 1000 free as Missouri State hosted Southern Illinois at Hammons Student Center on October 10th.
Emily Conners from Blackline Aquatics in Apple Valley, Minnesota has verbally committed to the Xavier Mustketeers. She’ll join the program…
Kasdyn Rafie from the Sandpipers of Nevada Swim Club has verbally committed to Pepperdine University.
Liberty grabbed a pair of wins in Texas this past weekend, defeating TCU 130.5-112.5 and Incarnate Word 162-81. Meanwhile, TCU overtook Incarnate Word 144-99. Highlighting the meet for Liberty was Prudence Rooker’s 57.76 in the 100 IM.
Uvis Kalnins broke the Hammons Student Center Record in the 100 breaststroke as the Bears mauled conference rival Evansville.
Louisville’s Mallory Comerford and Trevor Carroll helped lead the Cardinals to victory over Xavier.
The men’s and women’s teams of Notre Dame were both victorious on their home turf, hosting the 2015 Dennis Stark Relays.
Ashlyn Butkowski of the TAC Titans has verbally committed to UMass.
Victoria Butler shined in the first half of the Western New York Invitational with a first-place finish in the 200-yard IM (2:11.66) and a third-place finish of 2:11.10 in the 200-yard butterfly.
Colorado distance freestyler Jonah Saya is heading to San Luis Obispo for his collegiate swimming career.
No women’s team in the NCAA has risen further than Kelsi Worrell’s Louisville Cardinals since 2009.