Auburn is bringing in a pair of significant international additions for the 2022-23 season.
Melton was Arkansas’ fourth-highest individual scorer at the 2022 SEC Championships. The Razorbacks finished 28th as a team at NCAAs.
Housey finished 14th in the 200 freestyle at the 2021 NCAA Championships but only competed in 3 meets for Michigan this past season.
Madelyn Yates, a rising senior at the Baylor School, has verbally committed to swim at the University of South Carolina in the class of 2027.
Diving coach Drew Livingston spent the last four seasons at Virginia, where the Cavalier women won NCAA team titles in 2021 in 2022.
Platts best times would have scored 51 individual points at the 2022 SEC Championships where Auburn finished only 41 points behind Texas A&M.
Wilby was Kentucky’s lone scorer at the 2022 NCAA Championships after finishing eighth in the Men’s 200 butterfly with a time of 1:41.72.
University of Florida All-American Mabel Zavaros has joined Canada’s roster for the 2022 Commonwealth Games after Penny Oleksiak withdrew.
Alabama now has four senior NCAA qualifiers returning for a fifth year. Alabama finished fourth at 2022 NCAAs as a team.
The Vols finished second at SECs tied with Alabama, their highest finish since 2001. They went on to finishing 18th at NCAAs.
The class includes Triin Aljand, a former NCAA All-American on the women’s swimming team.
Scott was the NCAA runner up in the 100 freestyle this past year. She also was on all five of Alabama’s relays as they finished fourth overall as a team.
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