In addition to some of the top prospects in the recruits’ respective states, the women have signed three athletes that rank among CollegeSwimming.com’s top-40 recruits in Asia Seidt, Ali Galyer and Madison Winstead.
The Riverside girls used overwhelming depth to win the girls’ title, and JL Mann seniors Savanna Faulconer (above) and Ali Galyer won two titles each to end their high school careers.
Morgan Lakes will stay in state and join the University of Kentucky Wildcats next fall.
Elizabeth Merriman of the Dexter Community Aquatics Club, commits to the University of Kentucky.
Madison Winstead (left) and Ali Galyer (right) have both verbally committed to Kentucky as part of the class of 2016.
The girls of York YMCA were the stars of day 3 at the Short Course YMCA National Championships in Greensboro. York swept the girls individual events, setting new national records in all three.
The 2015 YMCA National Short Course Championships continued today from the Greensboro Aquatic Center. The men and women competed in…
Savanna Faulconer and Zach Piedt both set meet records at South Carolina’s Class 4A championships over the weekend.
The First Colony Swim Team in suburban Houston has targeted their new head coach.
Maxwell Dolan (400 IM), Zachary Molloy (200 free) and the Middle Tyger girls (400 medley relay) all set national records on night 2 of the YMCA Short Course National Championships.
Greensboro Aquatic Center will play host to the YMCA Short Course National Championships this year.