Despite a great senior class graduating last year, Cal still returns a talent-laden roster, headed by the nation’s top sprinter: Abbey Weitzeil.
We continue counting down the top 12 women’s recruiting classes in the NCAA, one of them including our #2 overall recruit nationwide.
Last year’s #1-ranked recruit graduated early, leaving this class a little thinner than it was. But new #1 Kate Douglass is a tailor-made NCAA prospect with sprint speed across all four strokes – and she’s part of a monster recruiting class for one rising NCAA program.
Australian sprinter Eloise Riley has signed a National Letter of Intent to swim for the University of California, Berkeley beginning with the 2019-20 season.
Freshman Isabel Ivey has now joined the Bears and made her college swimming debut after taking to the pool on Friday against Arizona State.
Gianluca is going after Michael Phelps.
Cal women’s swimming & diving coach Teri McKeever announced the signing of a nine-swimmer recruiting class that includes five of the nation’s top 25 high school seniors.
Chloe Clark will join the Bears’ roster in January 2019.
Radnor Aquatic Club and Lower Merion High School freestyler Anna Kalandadze had made a verbal commitment to the Cal class of 2023.
Emma Davidson, a junior at Yorba Linda High School in Southern California, has announced she plans to swim for the Cal Bears beginning in 2019-20.
Alexei Sancov, Zoie Hartman, and Anicka Delgado each lead the field in two events heading into next weekend’s California State meet.
Chloe Clark set a pair of Section Records at CIF Sac-Joaquin.
Sarah DiMeco of Issaquah Swim Team and Skyline High School has announced her verbal commitment to swim for Cal in 2019-20.
This year’s #1 is among the best in her class in all four strokes.
Rachel Klinker from Tates Creek High School and Lexington Dolphins in Lexington, Kentucky has announced her verbal commitment to the University of California, Berkeley’s class of 2023.