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Jason Allen currently from Beavercreek High School and Dayton Raiders has announced his verbal commitment to swim for the University of Cincinnati next fall.
Stewart was aiming to make history this year, seeking to become the first man to go under 44 seconds in both the 100 back and 100 fly
Sarah-Grace Thompson has committed to swim for Division I Louisiana State University beginning fall 2020. She will be joining the school’s class of 2024.
Alto Swim Club’s Eddy Tay has announced he will swim at Chicago next fall. His breaststroke times would have scored at 2019 NCAA Division III Championships.
Greta Gidley has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Michigan’s class of 2025. Previously she had committed to Alabama.
2020 OHSAA Division 2 state champion Luke Paxton has verbally committed to swim for the in-state Buckeyes beginning in the fall of 2021.
With the numerous health hazards that could arise at a Games in Tokyo during the Covid-19 outbreak, Lopez believes the Games should be postponed
With the 2019-20 NCAA season all but concluded, Bell was the fastest freshman in the country in the 100 breaststroke at 51.39.
Breastroking phenom Isabella “Izza” Gaskey has committed to swim for Campbell University on a full-ride scholarship. Gaskey will join Campbell’s class of 2024
Freestyle and backstroker Garrett Despres has committed to swim at Gardner-Webb University beginning fall 2020. He will join the school’s class of 2024.
Jernberg shares that even though not having her final meet was sad, this past season was the best of her career, and nothing can take that away from her
Distance freestyle specialist Zach Spain has committed to NYU. He will begin his collegiate career fall 2020 and join the school’s class of 2024.
While it’s tragic that the 2020 NCAA season ended this way, the season we did have was filled with amazing individual and team performances.
Jake Meyer, a sprinter from Columbus, Ohio, has committed to swim for Emory University beginning fall 2020. He will be joining the school’s class of 2024.