Houston’s Logan Shiller Verbally Commits to Longhorns

Logan Shiller of Houston, Texas, has made a verbal commitment to swim at the University of Texas beginning in the fall of 2017.

“I chose Texas because I realized that when I stepped on campus I felt like I had found someplace that I could call home for four years and I fell in love with the team and the coaching staff”

Shiller is a senior at Bellaire High School, though she doesn’t compete for her school. She swims for Houston Swim Club, and is a freestyler with a strong range. She competed at 2016 Olympic Trials in the 200m free, and has national-level times in everything from the 50 to the 1000.

100 free 50.85 56.59
200 free 1:48.68 2:01.90
500/400 free 4:50.91 4:18.81
1000/800 free 9:57.53 9:05.32

Shiller wound up a successful summer campaign at the NCSA Summer Championships, where she placed 3rd in the 100 free, 6th in the 400, 9th in the 200, 10th in the 800, and 21st in the 50. She will a strong addition to the Longhorns’ lineup. Her 200 free time would already score 3rd at Big 12 Championships, while her 500 would have been 4th last year. Likewise she would have been an A finalist in the 100 free and added firepower to the Texas relays.

Shiller will join the University of Texas class of 2021 with Victoria Edwards, Evie Pfeifer, and Houston Swim Club teammate Peyton Quattlebaum.

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Swim Dad
4 years ago

Hook ’em Horns!!!!!!!!

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