LemonAid – an app that connects college-bound swimmers and university recruiters.
LemonAid is a college recruiting app for iOS and Android co-founded by Eric Knight and the coach who helped him earn an American record, Nate Boyle, himself a former coach to both age groupers and Olympic athletes.
To be able to continue to compete in this sport at an elite level, while getting your college education, is truly something to be grateful for.
November 11, 2015 opens the weeklong Early Signing Period, whereby swimmers and divers are invited to sign the National Letter of Intent (NLI) to finalize their college recruiting process.
The Kenyon Ladies have secured another commitment from Indiana mid-distance swimmer Zoe Toscos.
Denison University has picked up a commitment from Richmond, VA’s Haley Gullquist.
Emory’s women are touted for their sprint prowess, but even a powerful sprint team needs talented endurance based athletes. Maria Turcanu…
The Kenyon College Ladies swim team recently gained a new commit from Paige Haden, a backstroke specialist from Evanston, Illinois
Devon Landstra Proudly Displays Her College Commitment
Emily Martin- pictured with an Illini Inscribed to One of Her Parents
“I chose Duke because I wanted a place where I could succeed both academically and athletically”
“My dad…has played a huge role in my decision and has supported me in every decision I have made.” – Michael Milinovich (left), with his father (right)
The backstroke specialist tweeted out this photo to signal her commitment
Having just returned from my first recruiting trip, I figured I’d use my experience to help out a few fellow swimmers. If you’re having trouble packing, here’s your checklist:
“The Stanford Women’s Swimming team is full of so many amazing people and the coaching staff is absolutely second to none”