Cayman Islands native Jordan Crooks is planning to join the volunteers during the 2020-2021 season. He was the 2019 CARIFTA champion in the 200 free.
The SCAD women’s swimming & diving team are the defending NAIA National Champions. They now won’t begin training until late November at the earliest.
South African National Champion Matthew Sates is one of the first few swimmers to announce a verbal commitment as part of the incoming college class of 2026.
Tommasone hit best times in his top events in early March at the 2020 Illinois Senior Champs. At that meet, he was the runner-up in the 100/200/500 free.
Jack Gray will be an immediate contender for multiple conference championships at Southern Connecticut State next season.
Boise State swimming & diving has teamed up with Boise State baseball to try and save both programs from elimination.
Out of the 10 athletes joining the team, half are from the state of Georgia and two are from out of the country.
None of the positions that are being cut are expected to be coaching positions. The school also announced a 20% reduction in operating costs.