After originally committing to swim at the University of Tennessee, Garret Green has changed his commitment to Texas A&M.
Clayton Whetstine will move from the Norfolk Academy Bulldogs to the Georgia Bulldogs in the fall of 2022.
The Vols’ schedule also includes a pair of high-stakes dual meets in October at NC State (Oct. 15-16) and against Louisville (Oct. 21).
The Tigers will participate in 10 regular season meets, including of four that will be held at the LSU Natatorium.
Central Bucks Swim Team sprinter Quinn Buck has verbally committed to the University of South Carolina for 2022-23.
Alabama’s 2021-22 slate includes five dual meets and five regular-season invitationals.
The University of Michigan, home of Olympic champion Maggie MacNeil, will be among the teams opening ‘fast season’ at the 2021 SMU Classic.
As a sophomore, Rink kicked off her 2021 Big Tens with a bang, leading off Iowa’s 800 free relay in 1:46.99, establishing her personal best time.
Kevin Glennon, who’s qualified for Winter Juniors, the US Open, or Futures in 7 events, looks to add a wealth of depth to the Wildcats roster.
Georgia’s 2021-22 competition schedule is highlighted by five SEC dual meets and an in-state NCAA Championships.
Arguably the best swimmer in the NCAA, Casas is leaving Texas A&M with plans to join the defending NCAA Champion Texas Longhorns as soon as this season.
With 2 years of eligibility remaining, Michigan’s Maggie MacNeil already has a pair of NCAA titles to her name. She is one of 3 Michigan women…
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