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.
The ballots are in and the votes counted for the CSCAA – TYR Top 25 preseason poll.
The Milwaukee women’s swimming and diving team jumped into the 2017-18 season winning nine of 13 events against D-II competitor Grand Valley State this Saturday at the Klotsche Natatorium.
The Queens University of Charlotte women’s swimming team took first place in a dual meet with Emory University in the team’s second meet of the season on Saturday morning.
After opening the 2017-18 season on the road at Valparaiso last weekend, the Eastern Illinois men’s and women’s swimming teams returned to Padovan Pool for the Panthers’ home opener against Lewis University on Saturday afternoon.
The Northern Michigan University Wildcats kicked off their 2017 season with a dual meet against the Findlay (Ohio) Oilers.
Ann Carozza from Golden Ram Aquatics and West Chester East High School has verbally committed to swim for West Chester University in the fall.
Robby Moseley of Bakersfield Swim Club has elected to swim for Cal Baptist in 2018-19.
The Illinois State swimming team set a pair of Lewis Pool records Saturday, as the Redbirds came out victorious in a double dual against Illinois Wesleyan and Lewis University, beating the Titans, 172-31, and the Flyers, 166-39.
Emma Cornell, from Grand Ledge High School and Mid-Michigan Aquatics; has given a verbal commitment to Saginaw Valley State University for 2018-19.
Southern Californians Ellie Whitney and Brittney Miles have both made verbal commitments to the University of California, San Diego, kicking off the recruiting season for the Tritons’ class of 2022.