Noelle Peplowski, a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American from Metamora, Illinois, has made a verbal commitment to the Indiana University class of 2022.
Corey Gambardella, of Connecticut’s Guildford High School and Soundview Family YMCA, has verbally committed to Indiana University for 2017-18.
Gage Hamill of Springfield YMCA Swim Team and Springfield High School has verbally committed to swim for Indiana University in 2017-18.
National champion diver Mya Kraeger has given her verbal pledge to the Hoosiers for 2017-18.
Thomas Vanderbrook, a senior at Archbishop Rummel High School in Metairie, Lousiana, has announced via his Twitter account that he has verbally committed to swim for Indiana University next fall.
Gary Kostbade of Chesterton High School and Duneland Swim Club has verbally committed to Indiana for 2017-18.
Brock Brown, who swims for Zionsville Community High School and Zionsville Swim Club, has made a verbal commitment to Indiana University for 2017-18.
Bailey Kovac of Fort Collins Area Swim Team and Fossil Ridge High School has announced her intention to swim for Indiana University in 2017-18.
Camryn Forbes is the latest to announce her verbal commitment to the Indiana University class of 2021.
IU coach Ray Looze continues to attract a large number of sprinters to Bloomington; his latest verbal commitment comes from Bahamas National Teamer, Jared Fitzgerald.
Mohamed Samy, a bronze medalist at the 2015 FINA World Junior Championships, has given his verbal commitment to Indiana University.
Back/fly specialist Kendall Hermann, of Frankfort, Illinois, has committed to become a Hoosier in the fall of 2017.
Matthew Jerden, a junior at Bloomington South High School, has opted to swim for Indiana University beginning with the 2017-18…
Sisters Abby Kirkpatrick and Anna Kirkpatrick each announced via Twitter that they have committed to the Indiana University class of 2021.
King’s split makes her the first NCAA woman under 57 seconds