On August 1st, new NCAA Division I rules for the 2017-2018 school year went into effect.
When Missy Franklin committed to Cal as a high school junior, she was a unique case. In 2017, early commitments are becoming the norm.
You made it to swimming at the college level, but a lot is about to change. Here are 5 tips I wish someone had told me before my freshman season!
Rick Paine: “I have been in the recruiting business for over 30 years; 17 as a D-I coach and Recruiting Coordinator and 13 years as the Director of Swimming for American College Connection. I have learned what certain coaches look for in recruits…”
If you want to swim in college, you have to work at it. Don’t expect the coaches to come to you.
July 1, 2016 begins the new recruiting season for the class of 2017. Take a look at where we are so far with class of 2016 commitments.
Kirsten Jacobsen is one of many reasons for Arizona fans to be excited for the next few years of Wildcat swimming
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