Today is the day that the high school class of 2021 can begin talking to college coaches. See who has already verbally committed from the class of 2020.
Eric Wang, a breaststroker from Cougar Aquatic Team in Verona, NJ, has announced his plans to swim for the Penn Quakers in 2019-20.
From left to right: Jack Harrison (Trinity, CT), Ryaan Hatoum (Bucknell), Josh Millner-Balagtas (St. Louis), Nicole Stambo (SMU), and Mathew Dieffenthaller (not pictured, Penn) will compete in college after graduation from Berkeley Prep.
Harvard women’s swimming and diving, the two-time defending Ivy League champions, announced its Class of 2023, including athletes from eight states.
Caitlin Tycz will transer to Yale after spending two seasons as a USC Trojan.
It’s official: Harvard’s Dean Farris has announced his plans to take an Olympic redshirt for the 2019-2020 NCAA season.
“We were always aware of the fact that his senior year could be a year where he redshirted to be ready for Olympic Trials, but this year sort of cemented that we were on the right track.”
Another East Coast school revealed its newest head coach today, as Princeton announced that William & Mary’s Matt Crispino will be taking over the Princeton men.