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Sophie Halper will swim for the Vanderbilt University Commodores in the 2016-2017 season.
Claire McGinnis will become a Hurricane next season.
Morgan Bullock will be joining Zeeland, Michigan teammate Julia Calcut at West Virginia this fall.
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.
Josephine Marsh’s verbal commitment to Army West Point gives the Black Knights a potential Patriot League A-finalist in both backstroke distances.
Kaitlin Perni of Academy of Notre Dame de Namur and the Suburban Seahawks has made a verbal commitment to swim for Drexel University.
Three Rivers Aquatic Club’s Larissa Nanna has made a verbal commitment to Siena College for 2016-17.
Morgan Tacik of the YMCA of Northwest North Carolina Riptyde and West Forsyth High School has committed to swim at Tulane University.
Two-time Canadian Olympic Trials qualifier, breaststroker Olivia Paskulin, will swim for Louisiana State University in 2016-17.
Emily Wolbert has verbally committed to swim for La Salle University in 2016-17.
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.
Whitney Hite has added another Winter Nationals qualifying backstroker to his class of 2020.
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.
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.