The Trojans, who opened the season with a win over Washington State last week, will look to improve to 5-0 all-time against the Beavers in Corvallis while sending eight swimmers and one diver to Dallas for the annual six-team competition hosted by the Mustangs.
Caroline McTaggart from All-Star Aquatics in Maryland has verbally committed to the UCLA Bruins.
Maddie Nichols from the Life Time Arizona Swim Team will be a Washington State Cougar.
The Utah Utes got a big distance pickup this week, earning a verbal commitment from Jordan Anderson, open water nationals qualifier and younger sister of U.S. Olympians Alyssa and Haley Anderson.
Ryan Dudzinski from the Upper St. Clair Swim Club has verbally committed to the Stanford men, giving them one more backstroker…
Leah Stevens (right) poses with fellow Stanford class of 2015 commit Kim Williams (left) at Stanford’s Avery Aquatics Center.
Katie Christy, a breaststroker/freestyler out of Georgia, has verbally committed to the USC Trojans.
Matt Anderson (right) has verbally committed to the Stanford Cardinal.
Victoria Toris has verbally committed to USC, giving the Trojans another very good sprint threat.
Michael Thomas of Horsham, Pennsylvania has given a verbal commitment to Coach Dave Durden and the California Golden Bears. Thomas…
Destiny Nelson from Frisco, Texas, near Dallas, has verbally committed to USC.
Nashville Aquatic Club breaststroker Elena Escalas has verbally committed to the UCLA Bruins for next season, carrying on the legacy of her father Rafael, who is a former NCAA record-holder for the Bruins.
A pair of Juneau, Alaska-based club and high school teammates have made commitments to state universities in the lower 48.
The #1-ranked recruit in the high school class of 2015 has made his college decision. Andrew Seliskar from the Nation’s Capital…
The defending CCSA Champions from Liberty University hit the road this weekend, travelling to Corvallis, Oregon for a double dual…