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.
Hali Flickinger headlines the women’s 200 fly on day 1 of the U.S. Open.
Probably the biggest story that swim fans are expecting is a first look at Ryan Lochte racing since his Rio suspension.
Though he didn’t end up making his comeback earlier this month at the L.A. Invite, Ryan Lochte is slated to swim the U.S. Open next week. You can see full psych sheets here.
Rising USC junior Riley Scott, swimming with Marin Pirates, is the top seed in both the 100 breast and the 200 IM.
Despite a controversial DQ in the 400 IM that kept her off the World Champs team, Ella Eastin will lead the World University Games team in the 200 IM and 200 fly.
Chase Kalisz will contest his best event tonight, the 400 IM, and look to add his name to the U.S. World Championship roster.
Five storylines, all the links you need for the upcoming U.S. National Championships in Indianapolis.