South Carolina standout Silas Crosby has announced his verbal commitment to the United States Military Academy class of 2025.
The loss of William & Mary swimming and diving underscores the opportunities provided by mid-major programs that are the strength of American swimming.
Backstroke specialist Maddy Hensler has announced her decision to swim at the University of Cincinnati beginning in the 2021-2022 season.
Ontario’s Logan Belanger has announced her commitment to Oakland University. She will arrive on campus in the fall of 2021.
The College of William & Mary will cut seven programs at the end of this school year, including both women’s and men’s swimming & diving.
By June, 2021, the University of North Florida women’s swim team will have a new on-campus training facility. Their last on-campus pool was shut down in 2013.
Last season, Wilson would’ve been UNC-Wilmington’s top miler by over ten seconds, and she would’ve been their #3 400 IMer.
At the 2020 North Carolina 4A HS Champs, Womble placed third in the 100 free (46.22) and fourth in the 200 free (1:41.64/1:41.34 in prelims).
After dropping from 52.1 to 49.0 in the 100 fly as a junior, Russell Exum of North Carolina will join SMU’s recruiting class for the fall of 2021.
Joe Rusnock, a three-sport athlete out of Connecticut, has verbally committed to SMU’s incoming freshman class in 2021 as a full-time swimmer.
High school senior Max Zuanich has verbally committed to Southern Methodist University for the fall of 2021, bringing rapidly-dropping back and fly times.
Duracinsky makes it new head coach Bobby Guntoro’s fourth verbal on the men’s side for UNC-Wilmington’s class of 2025.
Miami University has picked up a verbal commitment from Erin Szczupakiewicz. Her older sister, Emma, was a member of their class of 2016.
Butterfly and freestyle swimmer Katie Cho has committed to swim for DI UC San Diego beginning fall 2021. She will be joining the Tritons’ class of 2025.
At the 2020 Virginia 5A HS Championships, Duffy won the 100 breast (56.96) and 200 IM (1:50.61), hitting a lifetime best in the latter.