The slowest times invited to the 2020 NCAA Championships actually got slower in a majority of events than their counterparts from the 2019 NCAA invite list.
Brazilian Murilo Sartori, the 200 free bronze medalist at the 2019 FINA World Junior Championships, has verbally committed to Louisville for the fall of 2021.
Rawleigh was nominated by three separate head coaches: George Kennedy of Johns Hopkins, Alan Boelk of UW Stevens Point and Peter Casares of Bates College.
Bullock, who will finish her undergraduate degree in May, will transfer to Duke to begin working on her master’s degree and use her final season of eligibility.
The New Hampshire Wildcat reflects on an incredible season that saw her qualify for the NCAA Championships in the women’s 400 IM.
Sprint freestyle and butterfly swimmer Caroline Irwin has committed to swim for the U.S. Naval Academy beginning fall 2021. She will join class of 2025.
Rose Bowl Aquatics’ Kimberly Park has committed to swim for DI Cal State University, Bakersfield beginning fall 2020. She will join the class of 2024.
A 10-time North Dakota High School State Champion, Century High School junior Lexi Duchsherer swam a number of best times last season with a broken leg.
Jay Baker has announced a verbal commitment to the in-state University of North Carolina for the 2021-22 school year.
Australian sprinter Ela Noble has announced her commitment to Princeton University in the class of 2024.
Stonehill College in Massachusetts receives the first two commitments for their inaugural season by swimmers Sydney Stockwell and Allison Weiland.
Hannah Chabin has committed to swim for DII Concordia University Irvine beginning fall 2020. She will be joining the school’s class of 2024.
Breaststroke specialist Melanie Patterson of Aurora, Illinois will join the Lewis University Flyers after her graduation this spring.
Choosing to remain in-state, Genny Hauser of the Marlins of Raleigh has announced her commitment to join UNC-Wilmington in the fall.
Aquacowboys’ Katie Ottman has committed to swim for DII Biola University Eagles beginning fall 2020. She will be joining the school’s class of 2024.