What the results may not have shown was that during 2 of the breaks, the pros from IU and Texas got in a little racing of their own
NCAP’s Kyrsten Davis, from Fairfax Station, Virginia, has announced her verbal commitment to Georgia Tech for 2019-20.
Hunter Armstrong from Dover High School and Canton City Schools has announced his verbal commitment to West Virginia University where his brother Jake is currently a senior.
Lindsey Ryalls from Texas Ford Aquatics and Frisco High School has verbally committed to swim for Boston College in the fall.
Joanna Evans won a pair of events on the opening night of the Texas/Florida/Indiana meet.
Chelsea Gravereaux from Emmaus High School and Emmaus Aquatic Club has announced her verbal commitment to Drexel for 2019-20.
Columbia Swim Club and Hickman High School’s Grace Beahan has verbally committed to in-state Missouri State for 2019-20.
Finn O’Haimhirgin has verbally committed to the University of Utah, where he will overlap one year with his older brother Liam.
SwimAtlanta’s Shwan Ahn has verbally committed to the Black Knights for 2019-20.
The swimming competition will run from August 26th through September 4th.
Sophomore Caitlin Tycz had two individual wins as the USC Trojan women defeated the Utah Utes 142-120.
Lleyton Plattel of the Pleasanton Seahawks in California has verbally committed to Arizona State’s class of 2024.
Applications are now open for the 2019 Joseph Schooling Scholarship Grant offered by the Eurasian Association (EA).
The Japanese competition train ceases to stop, as the nation’s top athletes are gearing up for their World Championships Selection Meet slated for October 27th and 28th.
Austin Katz and the Texas Longhorns will host Indiana and Florida for a two-day brawl this weekend.