Emily Rinker’s best time in the 400 IM would have scored A-final points at last year’s MAC Championships, in an event where the Redhawks are being hit hard by graduation.
Team Greenville’s Lauren Murray, who won the 500 free at SCHSL 5A States as a sophomore, will swim for the Miami RedHawks in 2021-22.
Kendall Craig will be an immediate-impact player for the Zips in the IM events when she arrives in Akron in the fall of 2021.
Ajete Eggers from Barrie Trojans Swim Club in Barrie, Ontario will head to Oakland University for the 2021-22 school year.
Harris Durham from Richardson, Texas will make the journey to Cambridge, Mass in the fall of 2021.
U.S. Open 100 breast finalist Olivia Mendenhall will join the Razorbacks beginning in the fall of 2021.
Southern California sprinter Katrina Mortenson will join the Crimson in the fall of 2021.
McCoy would’ve won the 200 IM at the 2020 NCAA D2 Champs and placed third in the 400 IM, and she has two years of eligibility remaining.
Luke Fortner, a Summer Juniors qualifier in the 200 breast, has verbally committed to Purdue University for the class of 2025.
Ellie Monobe spent the last 4 seasons as an assistant with UCSB, including last season as the program’s associate head coach.
The MAC has become the first conference at the top level of college football to cancel the fall 2020 NCAA sports season.
At the 2019 Wisconsin Division I high school state championships, Stoll won the state title in the 500 free and finished third in the 200 free
Marella has already been selected as one of two men’s swimming team captains for the 2020-21 season.
Lauryn Reno from Roseville, California will join the Pacific Tigers in the fall, just as her Brother, all-conference breaststroker Brandon, graduates.
Amid uncertainty about what Princeton’s academic and athletic year will look like, Addison Smith has decided to transfer to UNC.