On top of that, the last time Harvard cracked the top 10 itself was in 1963 when they finished 10th.
Drew Kibler came up big in his first Texas Hall of Fame Invite swim, throwing down the fastest 200 free time in the NCAA while leading off Texas’s 800 free relay.
In a press release, Nitro Swimming announced its 10 seniors who had committed to swim for Division I programs next year.
Now that we’re getting close to November, many of the top high school swimmers in the class of 2017 have made their verbal commitments to college teams.
Eric Whisenant from Germantown Center Swim Team in Germantown, Tennessee has verbally committed to Harvard.
Levente Bathory of Winston-Salem, North Carolina has made a verbal commitment to the application process at Harvard University.*
For the second time in as many days, Harvard University has received a verbal commitment from one of our top 20 recruits. This time it was Corban Rawls of Nitro Swimming in Texas.
The versatile sprinter is the life-blood of an NCAA program. And Scottsdale (AZ)’s Ryan Hoffer is the best one on the recruiting market since Caeleb Dressel in 2013.
Michael Andrew rocked a 52.50 100 breast and 46.34 100 fly to take two more 15-16 NAG records at Friday’s Juniors West prelim.
Sean Grieshop (above) split a strong 1:36.30 to help Nitro set the new record.
South Texas Swimming and North Texas Swimming combined earlier this June for the first annual Diversity and Inclusion Camp. Check out photos from the event here.