2015-16 Men’s NCAA Power Rankings – First Edition

Joe Schooling and the Longhorns are our unquestioned #1


New York City Distance Swimmer Sophie Halper Commits To Vanderbilt

Sophie Halper will swim for the Vanderbilt University Commodores in the 2016-2017 season.

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Distance Freestyler Claire McGinnis Commits to University of Miami

Claire McGinnis will become a Hurricane next season.


West Virginia Snags Michigan Fly and IM Specialist Morgan Bullock

Morgan Bullock will be joining Zeeland, Michigan teammate Julia Calcut at West Virginia this fall.

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Alabama Travels to South Carolina for Halloween Meet

The Crimson Tide men are led by two-time NCAA champion Kristian Gkolomeev as well as All-Americans Anton McKee, Luke Kaliszak and Connor Oslin, all from the junior class.

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Delaware HS State Champion Josephine Marsh Commits to Army West Point

Josephine Marsh’s verbal commitment to Army West Point gives the Black Knights a potential Patriot League A-finalist in both backstroke distances.

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Kaitlin Perni Verbally Commits to Drexel University

Kaitlin Perni of Academy of Notre Dame de Namur and the Suburban Seahawks has made a verbal commitment to swim for Drexel University.

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Indiana’s Larissa Nanna Opts to Swim for Siena College in 2016

Three Rivers Aquatic Club’s Larissa Nanna has made a verbal commitment to Siena College for 2016-17.


Tulane Gets Verbal Commitment from NC’s Morgan Tacik

Morgan Tacik of the YMCA of Northwest North Carolina Riptyde and West Forsyth High School has committed to swim at Tulane University.

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Canadian Trials Qualifier Olivia Paskulin Chooses LSU Tigers

Two-time Canadian Olympic Trials qualifier, breaststroker Olivia Paskulin, will swim for Louisiana State University in 2016-17.


PA Scholastic All-American Verbally Commits to La Salle University

Emily Wolbert has verbally committed to swim for La Salle University in 2016-17.

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Freshman Comerford Dominates As #4 Louisville Women Knock Off #9 Tennessee

The Louisville Cardinal women have had their rise into the NCAA’s upper tier powered by their current upperclassmen – Kelsi Worrell and Andee Cottrell (pictured), among others – but it’s their freshman class that has them looking even more exciting in 2015-2016.

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Wisconsin Nets In-State HS Backstroke Champ Justin Temprano

Whitney Hite has added another Winter Nationals qualifying backstroker to his class of 2020.

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Lehane Clocks NCAA’s Top 200 Back In Thrilling Tie With Louisville

The men’s meet between Louisville and Tennessee came down to the final relay, with the meet resulting in a tie of 150 points apiece.


UMBC Heads to Blacksburg for Virginia Tech Tri-Meet

The Retrievers got back to their winning ways with a pair of victories against George Washington last Saturday. The men won 132-115, while the women were 138.5-120.5 winners against the Colonials.

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