Grace Maguire from Marblehead High School and Gator Swim Club has announced that she plans to swim for Cal Poly SLO next fall.
Kirschtine Balbuena from Buchholz High School and Gator Swim Club has given a verbal commitment to University of Florida’s class of 2022.
Mason Wilby, a US/UK dual citizen who swims for Gator Swim Club and Loughborough Swimming, has verbally committed to the University of Kentucky for 2018-19.
Reece Whitley (above) and Margaret Aroesty will challenge some of the National Age Group Records at the NCSA Junior Championship meet next week.
Maddie Wallis of Gator Swim Club and Dana Hall School in the Boston area, has made a verbal commitment to swim for the Georgia Bulldogs in 2017-18.
Follow along for live updates from the second day of the 2015 AT&T US Winter National Championships in Federal Way, Washington.
Nicholas “True” Sweetser (shown here with his idol, a young Arnold Schwarzenegger), number 4 on SwimSwam’s top 20 list for the high school class of 2016, and the last to announce his intention, has made a verbal commitment to Stanford University for 2016-17.
Gator Swim Club pro, and 2012 Olympic silver medalist, Elizabeth Beisel had to miss out on the trip to Perth, Australia…
Vyatchanin Back in Action at Serbian Grand Prix
Hannah Burns from the Gator Swim Club has verbally committed to the Florida Gators.
Vyatchanin will not miss World Championships, will have a country to represent by 2015 (Video Interview)
The country-less former Russian international has become one of the top three stories in the world as he decides what nation he will respresent for 2015 FINA World Championships and the 2016 Olympic Games.
The University of South Carolina Women’s Swimming and Diving Team picked up a trio of verbals in the last week-or-so…
Double Olympic Champion Ranomi Kromowidjojo is one of Verhaeren’s biggest success stories.
Katie Ledecky is going to be the star of the show at the 2013 Golden Goggles Awards.
An impressive eight 2013 All-Americans will be back in action along with two other swimmers who received Honorable Mention All-American honors. With such small losses and the return of so many large contributors, I do not see why Florida can’t be in the top three at the end of they year. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures)