Nitro Swimming’s Ryan Geheb Commits to the Missouri Tigers

Missouri has added another name to its class of 2021, Ryan Geheb of Austin-based club Nitro Swimming.

I chose Missouri because the facilities, the team, the campus life, and the school were all an amazing fit for me! I can’t wait to be a Tiger!

Top Times (SCY/LCM)

  • 100 breast – 55.52/1:05.20
  • 200 breast – 2:00.75/2:22.73
  • 200 IM – 1:50.33/2:11.20

Geheb is a Michigan native, but actually moved to Austin after his sophomore year of high school to live with a host family. His reasoning: “… So I could have the incredible opportunity to train with Nitro Swimming.” You might remember his name after he swam through a gruesome head injury in March of 2015 at the Michigan HS Division 1 State Championships.

He’s had marginal improvements across all of his events since the move, but lopped off over four seconds in one season in his 200y breast. Mizzou should be a great fit for Geheb– two of the NCAA’s fastest breaststrokers ever, Sam Tierney and Fabian Schwingenschlogl, have recently graduated or are about to graduate from the program. Even still, Geheb will join a strong breaststroke group made up of 2016 NCAA scorer Jordy Groters and current sophomores Jordan O’Brien and Nick Staver. The Mizzou breaststroke group was also given an A+ in our 2016-17 NCAA rankings.

Geheb is pretty close to SEC scoring range already in both breaststrokes. With a little improvement, he could be an immediate contributor at the conference level for the Tigers.

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Jeff Stroven
6 years ago

Good Luck Ryan

6 years ago

Ryan- Wishing you the best in your college years. You can accomplish great things. Congrats!

Matt H\'s dad
6 years ago

Congrats Ryan! Best of luck at Mizzou.

Dean Ottati
6 years ago

Congratulations Ryan!

Bonnie Lutz
6 years ago

Great for YOU!!

About Karl Ortegon

Karl Ortegon

Karl Ortegon studied sociology at Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, graduating in May of 2018. He began swimming on a club team in first grade and swam four years for Wesleyan.

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