Parker Mallough has committed to Grinnell College for the class of 2023. Mallough specializes in distance freestyle.
On April 30th, Kalamazoo College will begin demolition of its 51-year-old natatorium, the one and only pool the Kalamazoo College swim team has ever called home, making room for a new facility.
Kelber will arrive in St. Louis with times that could get him invited to Nationals as a freshman.
Diving right into 2020: 170 student-athletes from the high school class of 2020 have already announced their verbal commitments to 42 colleges.
Emory sprint stand-out Fiona Muir has been named DIII Honda Award Finalist for swimming & diving.
Springfield, Virginia native Aleksander “Olek” Tarczynski will continue his swimming career at Division III’s Carnegie Mellon beginning in the fall of 2019.
Haley Muth has recently announced her commitment to Susquehanna University to join the class of 2023. Muth specializes in breaststroke and IM.
Mason Johnson (Wesleyan University) picture right & Michael Van Keuren (Kenyon College) pictured left commitment and acceptance.
Junior Roger Gu, who became the first Jumbo in 37 years to win an NCAA swimming championship in March, recently added another historic Tufts achievement to his resume, becoming the first Jumbo to swim an Olympic Trials cut.
Jerry Foley had been the head coach of the Susquehanna University swim team since 2009.
Katie Cantrell Commits to D-III Middlebury College (VT).
Chase Fisher Chose to Stay in the Buckeye State, Committing to D-III National Champion Denison University
New Jersey Backstroke-Freestyle Specialist Commits to D-III’s RPI
White will be joining a Ladies team with a 50 free time that could get her invited to the National Championship meet.
Despite the unorthodox approach, some swimmers, such as Kenyon College’s David Fitch, are still able to do turns this way with high efficiency.