Jacoby gives a rundown of what training has been like with the Olympic team so far, including sets with Abbey Weitzeil, Katie McLaughlin, and Caeleb Dressel
Hailing from Serbia, Milica Opacic will travel to the University of Nebraska this fall with the potential to break program records as a freshman.
The versatile Krista Marlin will join the Penn State Nittany Lions beginning in the fall of 2022. She lives just over two hours from the school.
Kentucky led all DIvision I women’s teams with 12 first-team selections and Texas led all Division I men’s teams with 14 first team selections.
Robert Flannery of Swim Florida will head to Niagara University with a 200 breast time that would already score at MAAC Championships.
Illinois state diving champion Jane Riehs will dive for the University of San Diego beginning in the 2021-22 season.
Free/fly specialist Megan McGrath from Bolles School has verbally committed to the United States Naval Academy’s class of 2026.
Douglass, who came back in 31.04, clocked 2:09.32 in the 200 IM final, making her the ninth-fastest American in history and the fifth-fastest in the world
Moffitt of Paso Robles, CA is a versatile recruit for Cal Lutheran, with conference-scoring times in fly, free, and IM events.
How will the extra year of eligibility granted to swimmers affect scholarship funding for college teams in the coming seasons?
The University of Michigan has received a commitment from Nik Eberly for the 2021-2022 season. He is transferring from Auburn University.
Levi Sandidge will come to Kentucky in fall 2022 with a best time in the 1000 free that’s already faster than the school record.
Leigha O’Connor will join the CSU Rams in the fall of 2022 with times that would already score at the conference level in the 50 free and 100/200 fly.
Breaststroker Olivia Mendenhall from Springfield Aquatics has announced her commitment to the University of Kentucky for 2021-22.
Six-time first-team All-American diver Abigail Knapton will dive at Rutgers next year as a 5th-year transfer.