Caroline Benda, who volunteers with the cancer-fighting Swim Across American program, has verbally committed to the University of Kentucky.
Stelter is the reigning Virginia Independent School champion in the 100 free (45.57) and 200 free (1:39.69/1:39.17 in prelims).
Nick Simons, who has the #1 200 back time from the class of 2022, has verbally committed to the Tennessee men’s swimming and diving team.
At the 2019 Florida 4A high school championships, Joyce defended his 50 and 100 free state titles, adding a 19.9 split on the winning 200 medley relay.
Douthwright competed for Team Canada at the 2019 World Junior Championships, finishing 13th overall in the 100 free and swimming on several relays.
A 2020 CSCAA All-American, Nico Hernandez-Tome will sit out a year after transferring from SEC school Alabama to SEC school Florida.
The NCAA’s Southeastern Conference (SEC) has announced their creation on the Council on Racial Equity and Social Justice.
Sherridon Dressel (above) had a breakout senior season at Florida that leaves her as the 2nd-fastest 100 backstroker and 100 butterflier in program history.
The Division I Council reiterated that their priority was championships in winter and spring sports, where teams lost their 2020 championships.
6 swimmers who finished their collegiate eligibility this spring have now announced that they have signed with the Cali Condors for the 2020 season.
4 of the best ‘new pros’ from the 2020 NCAA senior class have announced their decision to sign with the Cali Condors of the ISL.
Mack was a B-finalist in the 200 free and 200 back at the 2020 ACC Championships, where she also finished in the C-final of the 200 IM.
The NCAA announces its flexibility within standardized test scores for incoming Division I and II student athletes.
Jordan is the defending Alabama high school champion in the 200 free and 500 free, and he’s hit lifetime bests in all of his top events since December.