Georgia Tech beat Delta State handily, winning 28 of 32 events.
Cody Hargadon from Davis High School and UCD Aquatics has verbally committed to the University of California, San Diego for the 2018-19 season.
Alex Ballard, a two-time USA Swimming Scholastic All-American from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, announced via social media that he will swim for Lenoir-Rhyne University beginning with the 2018-19 season.
Mallory Brubaker of Ripon High School and Ripon Aquatics has verbally committed to Cal Baptist for 2018-19.
Eight student-athletes came away with individual victories in the Missouri State swimming and diving team’s win over the Drury Panthers, Friday night at Hammons Student Center.
Matthew Sims left) and Daniels Sims right), twin brothers who swim for Northern Kentucky Clippers and Dixie Heights High School, have both made verbal commitments to their respective colleges.
Though she’ll be part of the class of 2022, Adams will only be 16 when she starts up at UCSD.
The Southern Illinois Salukis swept McKendree and Truman State in a dual meet at McKendree.
With eight different Eagles recording an event win, the Eastern Michigan University men’s swimming and diving team defeated Denison University, 187.5-111.5, Saturday, Oct. 21.
Delaney Shipman of Bartlesville High School and the Phillips 66 Splash Club has given a verbal commitment to Drury University for 2018-19.
Twins Hunter Hayes (left) and Natalie Hayes (right) of Danville, Kentucky have made verbal commitments to swim for Emmanuel College in 2018-19.
Natalie Van Noy, who swims for Ravenwood High School in Brentwood, Tennessee and Ensworth Aquatics, announced her intention to swim for Queens University of Charlotte beginning with the 2018-19 season.
Dylan Sweikert of Palo Verde High School in Las Vegas and Sandpipers of Nevada has verbally committed to Cal Baptist.
The SMU Classic came through with some shockingly-fast early-season swims on the women’s side, with USC taking the crown by a half-point over Louisville.
Danville, California’s Spencer Daily has elected to remain in-state for his collegiate swimming career and has announced a verbal commitment to UCSD.