Jennah Hager is the 2nd alumni of the Wisconsin women’s team that Suguiyama has hired in year one.
California will fill the vacancy in its coaching staff this week, hiring former Texas volunteer assistant coach Chase Kreitler, a source tells us.
Aidan Dulaney of Longhorn Aquatics and Lyndon B. Johnson High School in Austin, Texas has verbally committed to the University of Minnesota.
Braxton Justice, who swims for PikeView High School and Concord C-lions has committed to Emory & Henry College for the class of 2022.
Luke Johnson, a film major at Johns Hopkins University, shared his senior thesis/capstone project
Caroline Cooper, the #14 recruit on our list of top-20 girls in the high school class of 2019, has announced her verbal commitment to the University of North Carolina for 2019-20.
Ivan Puskovitch from The Episcopal Academy and Episcopal Academy Aquatic Club has verbally committed to the University of Southern California’s class of 2023.
Coming off of his sophomore year at Harvard, Swimming Icon Dean Farris is spending some time at home in Atlanta before heading to Austin to get some yardage in with the longhorns
Katie Drabot had a sensational meet in Indy, droping numerous personal bests, including a 4:08 400 free and 2:08 200 fly
Olympic gold medalist and Canadian swimmer Penny Oleksiak has made the trip down to Gainesville and is currently swimming under Gregg Troy and the Florida Gators
Julia Wilson, a senior on the 2017-18 Kenyon College women’s swimming and diving team, was recently awarded an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship.
Marietta, Georgia’s Colin Riley has announced he will be transferring from the University of Wisconsin, where he spent his freshman year, to the University of Georgia, where he will join the class of 2021.
Michael Andrew scorched a lifetime best 21.73 to dominate this race by a second. That took .02 off his former lifetime best of 21.75
USA Swimming Scholastic All-American Ashley McCauley from Leesville Road High School and Marlins of Raleigh has verbally committed to Georgia for 2019-20.
German breaststroker Leo Zabudkin has announced he will be transferring from Wingate University to the University of Michigan in the fall.