Georgia standouts Keturah Orji of track and field and Gunnar Bentz from swimming and diving have been chosen as 2018 recipients of NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships, according to an announcement by the NCAA.
Kentucky high school record-holder Zach Hils has verbally committed to swim for the University of Georgia in the class of 2023.
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.
Three-time Junior World Championships champion Andrew Abruzzo has announced his verbal commitment to swim for the University of Georgia in the class of 2022.
Bradley Dunham of Dacula High School and SwimAtlanta has verbally committed to swim at the University of Georgia in 2018-19.
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.
Tatum Smith, who swims for Johns Creek High School and Dynamo Swim Club, has opted to remain in-state and swim for the Georgia Bulldogs.
Olivia Carter of Enfinity Aquatic Club has announced her intention to swim for the University of Georgia in 2018-19.
The Southeastern Conference announced its annual men’s and women’s swimming & diving awards to cap the 2016-17 season. Caeleb Dressel…
Both Adam Koster of Teas A&M and Cobe Garcia of Kentucky tied for 16th overall in the men’s 50 freestyle this morning with a time of 19.81.
Atlanta, Georgia’s Cade Anderson has announced via social media that he made a verbal commitment to the University of Georgia for the 2017-18 season.
Two-time National Junior Teamer Aaron Apel of Scottsdale Aquatic Club has verbally committed to the University of Georgia for 2017-18.
Talmadge Davis of South Carolina has made a verbal commitment to the University of Georgia for 2017-18.
Olivia Anderson, who lives in Mississauga Canada and trains under Kevin Thorburn at Etobicoke Swimming, announced via Twitter that she had…
Emmaline Peterson, who swims for Hickory High School and Hickory Foundation YMCA Seahorse Swim Team, has opted to spend the next four years at University of Georgia.