Georgia Signs Four More Swimmers To 2017 Season

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November 22nd, 2016 College, College Recruiting, SEC

ATHENS, Ga. — Four swimmers recently signed their national letters of intent to join the Georgia program, according to an announcement on Tuesday by Coach Jack Bauerle.

Cade Anderson, Teagan Cheney, Josh Fulcher and Kayla Tennant complete Georgia’s signing class, which is made up of seven females and six males.

“We could not be happier with these four prospects,” Bauerle said. “They are models of consistency in the pool and in the classroom, and we know they will make an impact on our program. We are excited about having all of our signees join us beginning next season.”

• Cade Anderson, Atlanta, Ga.: Anderson attends Holy Innocents and competes for Coach Jason Turcotte with Dynamo Swim Club. Anderson ranks fourth in the state among 16-year-olds in the 100-yard backstroke.

• Teagan Cheney, Danville, Calif.: Cheney attends San Ramon Valley High and swims under Coach Ethan Hall with the Crow Canyon Sharks. He is a 6-time High School All-American in the sprint freestyle events as well as a Scholastic All-American.

• Josh Fulcher, Augusta, Ga.: Fulcher attends the Westminster School of Augusta and competes for Coach Adam Sasso in the Aiken Augusta Swim League. Fulcher is ranked first among 17-year-olds in the state in the 500-yard freestyle and third in the 200-yard freestyle.

• Kayla Tennant, Naples, Fla.: Tennant attends Gulf Coast High (where she holds several school records) and swims for Coach Harold Lawson. She also competes for Coach Paul Yetter with T2 Aquatics. Tennant is a 6-time Florida high school state champion and a 3-time All-American in the butterfly and individual medley events. She also is a two-time USA Swimming Scholastic All-American.

News courtesy of Georgia Athletics.

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