Chelsea Gravereaux from Emmaus High School and Emmaus Aquatic Club has announced her verbal commitment to Drexel for 2019-20.
Columbia Swim Club and Hickman High School’s Grace Beahan has verbally committed to in-state Missouri State for 2019-20.
Finn O’Haimhirgin has verbally committed to the University of Utah, where he will overlap one year with his older brother Liam.
SwimAtlanta’s Shwan Ahn has verbally committed to the Black Knights for 2019-20.
Sophomore Caitlin Tycz had two individual wins as the USC Trojan women defeated the Utah Utes 142-120.
Lleyton Plattel of the Pleasanton Seahawks in California has verbally committed to Arizona State’s class of 2024.
Chase Kreitler has been the new guy at a lot of swimming programs. Currently, he’s at the University of California, Berkeley, but he has been on staff at several college campuses, including California State University, Bakersfield, Eastern Michigan University, LSU, Texas, and a brief stint at Stanford.
Austin Katz and the Texas Longhorns will host Indiana and Florida for a two-day brawl this weekend.
This summer, he had a fantastic long course season, producing new bests of 57.88/2:02.79 in the backstrokes, 2:03.85 in the 200 fly, and 2:08.02/4:26.82 in the IMs.
Drew Petereit of Vernon Hills High School at the CATS Aquatic team in Illinois is the latest verbal commitment to Tulane’s class of 2023.
Chase won the IHSAA 100 back title this February with a 49.48, over a full second ahead of 2nd place.
The Pitt swimming & diving programs are set for their third meet in as many weekends as the Panthers return to Atlantic Coast Conference action with a matchup at Virginia on Saturday.
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The Gary Taylor era of Auburn Swimming and Diving begins on Saturday with a season-opening women’s only meet against Florida Gulf Coast at the Martin Aquatics Center at 10 a.m.