We will definitely have a new name atop the women’s 100 fly at this year’s Nationals, but the face likely won’t be.
One year ago, we ranked the recruits in the high school class of 2018. Now, we look back on those rankings to factor in each swimmer’s senior season as they head into NCAA competition. (Pictured: Taylor Ruck)
Mira Costa’s Alexandra Crisera set a pair of CIF-SS Div 2 records during the prelims.
Allie Raab is one of the many stars heading to The Farm next fall.
As announced by the University of Georgia, Portia Del Rio Brown of Broadview Heights, Ohio, has signed a NLI to swim with the Bulldogs as part of the Class of 2022.
Ten additional swimmers have signed national letters of intent with the Georgia program, according to an announcement Monday by Tom Cousins Swimming and Diving Head Coach Jack Bauerle.
Virginia Beach, Virginia’s Callie Dickinson has announced via social media that she will be joining the University of Georgia women’s swimming and diving team next fall.
National qualifier Caroline Aikins, a product of Georgia’s SwimAtlanta, has made her verbal commitment to swim for the Lady Bulldogs.
Stanford’s only real issue over the past year has been breaststroke, and that looks well on its way to being more than fixed by fall of 2018. Stanford has recruited two of the best breaststrokers in the Class of 2018.
Eva Merrell, the top girls’ recruit in the high school class of 2018, has elected to make her verbal commitment to the University of Georgia class of 2022.
Dakota Luther has scratched the 400 free and will only swim the 100 fly on Thursday.
Aquazot Swim Club’s Eva Merrell appears not to be swimming at Juniors. She was a DFS on Day 1 and has scratched two events on Day 2.
17-year-old Reece Whitley is poised to break the 1-minute barrier in the 100 breast.
Cassidy Bayer headlines the field in the women’s 100 fly on day 3 of the U.S. Open.