Connor Blandford of the Marlins of Raleigh has made a verbal commitment to the University of Kentucky for 2016-17.
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Sara Metzsch of the Tualatin Hills Swim Club in Oregon has verbally committed to the Texas A&M Aggies.
The University of Arkansas swimming and diving team travels to Houston, Tex. for the Rice Invitational on Oct. 23 and 24 at the Rice Aquatics Center Competition Pool.
Tennessee native Jessica Wingo makes her way to Lexington to swim for the University of Kentucky Wildcats.
Jason Head, seen here with University of Kentucky men’s basketball head coach John Calipari, verbally commits to the Wildcats.
University of Florida senior diver Kahlia Warner has been named this week’s Southeastern Conference Diver of the Week, the conference announced Tuesday.
With some key graduations depleting their breaststroke corps, the Georgia Bulldogs added a verbal commitment from Chattahoochee Gold’s Lexi Glunn to help reload for 2016.
The countdown has begun; just three and a half weeks until National Letter of Intent Signing Period. Here are the verbal commitments we wrote about this week.
“I’m incredibly excited to join Tennessee. With its great combination of athletics and studies I believe it’s a place where I can reach my goals. It has fantastic facilities and an awesome coaching team. Go Vols!” -Australian sprinter Braga Verhage
Andee Cottrell blasted a new NCAA-leading 200 breast time as the Louisville Cardinals took home the trophy at the women’s SMU Classic.
After competing in long course meters Friday night, Texas, Indiana and Florida clashed in the NCAA’s short course yards format Saturday, with Texas once again taking all wins amidst a flurry of big-time swims.
Maddy Conway of the Academy Aquatic Club has given her verbal commitment to the University of Florida for next fall. Conway…
The Louisville Cardinals were unstoppable on night 1 of the 2015 Women’s SMU Classic, hitting the NCAA’s first automatic relay qualifying standard of the year and winning 7 of 9 events to take the early lead.
Returning top-5 men’s programs Texas and Florida clashed in the Texas triangular, but it was Indiana’s Blake Pieroni who stole the show on opening night of the two-day meet.