The Stanford women’s swimming and diving team received committments from seven recruits for 2014-15, head coach Greg Meehan announced today. The recruits consist of six swimmers and one diver, hailing from five states.
Justin Lynch’s addition gives Cal a claim for the #1 group in the class of 2014.
Kyle Gornay signs his National Letter of Intent to swim for th eCal Golden Bears, seen here with his parents.
Kat Wickham, Alexa Wasserman, and Faith Travis all signed letters of intent today.
Nicholas Silverthorn poses at signing day at Grenada High School with his parents.
The Cal women’s swimming and diving team has received official letters from 5 recruits, and they’re very, very good ones.
Dutch swimmer Dorien Butter, by way of Egypt, has signed her letter to swim for the Utah Utes.
Lucy Worrall, the 2013 ACC runner-up in the 100 fly, is transferring to USC.
Above, hannah Moore poses after officially signing her National Letter of Intent to swim at Michigan.
The Stanford Cardinal have added three more signees with Wesley Olmsted, Ally Howe, and Liam Egan all signing NLIs today….
Heidi Poppe joined the #NerdNation officially today when she signed her National Letter of Intent. No more “verbally committed,” she’s now signed!
Harvard’s Chuck Katis will transfer to Cal, with the expectation that he will arrive there at the semester.
“Overall, I felt like this was the school where I could spend the next four years of my life.” –Maddy Meisel
The USC women, led by Kasey Carlson, and the USC men all went nation-leading relay times against Arizona on Saturday.
ASU men defeated Air Force, while women lost to UCLA. Full results here.