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Trayton Saladin, of Buchanan, Michigan, has made a verbal commitment to West Virginia University for the 2016-17 season. A senior at Buchanan High School, Saladin swims on the Bridgman High School Co-Op Team. Saladin won the 500 free at the 2015 MHSAA D1 Boys Swim and Dive Championships, after having placed third as a sophomore in 2014; he was also tenth in the 200 free.
Saladin is a member of Irish Aquatics in South Bend, Indiana. A Winter Juniors qualifier in the 500y free, 800m free, and 100/200m back, Saladin’s top times include:
- 200 Free: 1:42.56
- 500 Free: 4:30.99
- 1000 Free: 9:30.20
- 1650 Free: 15:53.24
- 200 Back: 1:50.75
Saladin follows Brandon Christian, Gabriel Swardson, and Ryan Kelly in committing to the Mountaineers’ class of 2020.
“I chose West Virginia because I felt a personal connection with the university and the team. It seemed like a perfect fit from the beginning. During the whole process the coaches were helpful with all my questions. During my visit the team was welcoming and made me feel at home. I couldn’t be more excited to be a part of West Virginia swimming and the community and I look forward to growing as a swimmer, while obtaining a quality education. Thanks to all who have supported me. I couldn’t have done it without you. Go Mountaineers!!!!”
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