Indiana High School State Runner-Up Ryan Huizing Commits To Yale

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The Yale Bulldogs have grabbed one of Indiana’s top prospects with a verbal commitment from Fort Wayne’s Ryan Huizing.

Huizing is a sub-50-second 100 flyer and was the Indiana High School State runner-up last season. He’ll get a rematch with state champ Gabriel Swardson this coming winter.

Huizing’s Top Times

  • 100 fly: 49.14
  • 50 free: 21.02
  • 100 free: 46.19

Huizing is an excellent sprint pickup who should be a great building block for the Bulldog medley relays. Already, he’s been as fast as 22.01 in the 50 fly on his Carroll High School 200 medley relay last year.

Huizing swims for Carroll High in Fort Wayne as well as Northwest Aquatic Club. With Northwest, he was an NCSA Junior National finalist in multiple events last summer, taking 2nd in both the 50 and 100 fly.

*DISCLAIMER: As is true with all Ivy League schools, Yale’s Admission Office will not send its acceptance letter until the beginning of December, along with those of all Early Action candidates. The procedure for a recruited athlete like Huizing is for Admissions to review his transcripts and SAT scores, “support his application for admissions in the fall,” issue him a Likely Letter, then offer him acceptance into the class of 2020.

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So proud of Ryan in this incredible achievement. Just a testament to the fact that no dreams are too big, no walls that we can’t climb. Looking forward to yet another exceptional season from an exceptional NACS swimmer. With all of his energy and potential, he will definitely be an asset to the Bulldogs program. GJ Ryan!!!!

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