Gregg Troy already has 6 swimmers in his 2016 recruiting class: matching the output of the 2015 class.
Florida coach Gregg Troy had a Spaniard on his team the last time the Gators won the NCAA team championship in 2010.
Check out the college commitments we wrote about during the week of September 21-27, 2015.
Glen Brown from Fisher, Indiana, commits to University of Kentucky Wildcats.
Jessica Merritt, who holds 5 National Age Group Records as a part of SwimMAC Carolina relays, has verbally committed to Auburn.
Upper Dublin Aquatic Club and Upper Dublin High School’s Wyatt Amdor has made a verbal commitment to join the University of Kentucky Wildcats.
Texas state champion Ben Walker has given his verbal agreement to the University of Georgia’s class of 2020.
Classic Gator chomp from Mr. Silver above.
Kelsey Dambacher is headed to the University of Florida next fall.
Coming off an NCAA title in his freshman year, Caeleb Dressel will look to lead the Gators to an even better 2015-2016
Two University of Alabama swimmers – Anton McKee and Connor Oslin – were honored at halftime of Saturday’s UA-ULM football game in front of 101,000-plus fans.
David Crossland (right), with current Auburn swimmer Joe Patching (left), has committed to the Tigers for 2016.
Anton Lobanov from NCAA Division II Anton Lobanov topped his Division I opponents in the 100 breaststroke at the All-Florida invite.
Gregg Troy (above) has snagged two more commits to his men’s class of 2020.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana-native Colin Bone has made a verbal commitment to Auburn University for 2016-17.