— Mason Manta Rays (@RAYSswimming) November 12, 2015
November 11 was signing day, and these seven Manta Rays are now officially college bound.
Officially made it through the first 10 weeks of college swimming. Somehow, I'm still alive and mentally stable.. I think
— Sean Workman (@Sean_Twerkman) November 11, 2015
Here’s to 10 more! And then a few more after that. And then three more years.
— Stanford Swimming (@stanfordmswim) November 11, 2015
Yeah coach, I can’t get in yet, the scenery is too beautiful for me to try to do this set right now.
— Stanford Swimming (@stanfordmswim) November 10, 2015
The sun might go down but that doesn’t mean the work ends.
(1/2)Officially a Florida Gator! Couldn't be more excited. Big thank you to my family, friends, teachers, & coaches. pic.twitter.com/PwZJ2Rjzzv
— Maxime Rooney (@Maxime_Rooney) November 11, 2015
Maxime made his verbal decision alllllll the way back in February, but now he’s made it official. #Gators
— U.S. Olympic Team (@TeamUSA) November 11, 2015
Signing day is also Veteran’s day. Thanks to all those who’ve served this country.
— Clayton M. Billion (@ClaytonBillion) November 15, 2015
Next time you complain about the 400 IM, think about this guy. He LOVES the 400 IM, and it takes him almost 10 minutes to finish it. And he’s decades older than our average reader. AND he’s a world record holder!!! Wowza.
Im thinking about the swim meet yesterday. We were down the entire time. The team and the crowd never stopped the energy. Something special.
— Christian McCurdy (@labigmac59) November 15, 2015
Fans are so important. Nothing like some extra support during a huge meet.
— David Plummer (@davideplummer) November 13, 2015
— Sara Heaton (@srheaton) November 10, 2015
A proper reaction to the news. Wait until she finds out that you swim the 1000 and 1650 in college meets.