The Crimson Tide celebrated a season which included a top-10 NCAA finish for the men, a top-35 finish for the women and a combined nine men and women earning All-America honors.
Sean Quinn (background) has spent most of his adult life around the UNC program, but will now return to his home club team of SwimMAC Carolina.
Margaret Marando from United Swim Association and Dublin Scioto High School has verbally committed to the Lady Volunteers for 2020-21.
Cavanaugh will look to help The Miners overcome a 32 deficit to win the GLVC.
Abril will arrive in Baltimore in the fall of 2019.
The Loyola Marymount Lions get their first verbal commitment for the class of 2023.
Jenny O’Neil will arrive on campus with a chance to become Vermont’s number one butterflier as a freshman.
Tuinman is the second Club Wolverine backstroker to join Michigan’s class of 2024.
Haley Muth has recently announced her commitment to Susquehanna University to join the class of 2023. Muth specializes in breaststroke and IM.
Gholston made A finals in the 50 and 100 free at the 2019 Texas 6A Championships, and she’ll join an Auburn program hot off of a great season for their sprinters.
Schaedler will continue a recent tradition of excellent freestylers to develop through the Michigan program.
Colorado high school backstroke champion Katey Lewicki will swim for the Wolfpack in 2020-21.
A total of 705 student-athletes were named to the 2018-19 Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll, including 149 men and 232 women swimmers and divers.
The University of Iowa swimming and diving team announced its 2018-19 team awards during their annual awards banquet Tuesday night following the annual Golden Herkys.
Former Golden Bear swimmer Rachael Acker, the 2016 Pac-12 Woman of the Year who is now a second-year medical student at Harvard, is the recipient of a prestigious Walter Byers Scholarship.