Springfield Aquatics sprinter Casaundra Moses has selected NC State for her collegiate swimming career. She will start in the fall of 2022.
Chattahoochee Gold Swim Club’s Elizabeth Isakson has made a verbal pledge to the University of Georgia for 2022-23.
Mid-distance and distance specialist Jimmy Gavin will head back to his home state of Texas to swim for the Longhorns in 2021-22.
Mason Manta Rays breast, back and IM specialist Jake Young has verbally committed to West Virginia University for 2021-22.
Versatile Mary Codevilla has verbally committed to swim for the University of Notre Dame in the class of 2026.
The Texas women struggled in the breaststrokes last season, but have gone hard after that discipline in their recruiting classes of 2020, 2021, and 2022.
Although she finished off the podium in the women’s 100m freestyle, 16-year-old Mollie O’Callaghan made her presence known in a big way.
Already the World Record holder in the event, 20-year-old Aussie Ariarne Titmus produced the 6th fastest performance all-time in the women’s 400m free.
17-year-old Aussie Sam Short busted out the 800m free swim of his life, registering a time of 7:38.97 to take the short course national title.
La australiana Kaylee McKeown ha dejado huella en la natación mundial al batir el récord del mundo de Katinka Hosszu en 200 espalda en curso corto.
Matt Wilson took a hunk of time off of the previous 100 breast Aussie record held by Olympian Christian Sprenger for 7 years.
Kaylee McKeown is on-fire, following up her 200 back World Record with an Aussie standard in the women’s 200 IM in Brisbane.
Griffith’s Emma McKeon made her mark in a big way already at these Virtual Australian Championships, topping a stacked women’s 100m free field in style.
LEN President Paolo Barelli announced the new Bureau Liaisons and chairmen after the newly-elected bureau held its first virtual meeting Saturday.
Emma Norton, the defending Georgia High School Class 1A-3A State Champion in the 500 free, will be a Georgia Bulldog in the fall of 2022.