Winter U.S. Open Qualifier, Jessi Wigham from Urbandale, Iowa, has announced her commitment to the University of South Carolina for 2023-2024.
Ottem will be a big addition to the Gamecocks middle distance group when she arrives in South Carolina in the fall of 2023.
Jane Koch attends high school just two miles from the University of South Carolina campus. She’ll stay close to home with her commitment to swim for the Gamecocks in 2023
Fertel was a three time All-American at Florida under Jeff Poppell who has since moved to be the head coach at South Carolina.
SwimAtlanta distance swimmer and high school senior Jose Castro has committed to join the South Carolina Gamecocks next fall.
Kudela will be a big addition to the South Carolina team next season, with breaststroke times that would have been among the program’s best in 2021.
Raymond Prosinski, a distance free and IM specialist from St. John’s, Florida, has committed to join South Carolina in the all of 2023.
The Gamecocks will face Gardner-Webb in the first dual meet under new head coach, Jeff Poppell, along with an entirely new coaching staff.
Ledecky says she will train at the University Florida under Nesty to gear up for the 2024 Olympic Games.
Ciancanelli has qualified for Futures in free, fly, and IM events, but also placed 9th at the 2021 USA Swimming Open Water Jr. National Championships.
Toh, a 2020 Mountain West Championship runner-up in the 100 butterfly, will join the Gamecocks in January 2022.
York YMCA breast/IM specialist Meaghan Harnish has changed her verbal commitment from Missouri to South Carolina for 2022-23.
Head coach Jeff Poppell announced the addition of 21 Gamecocks to his program for the upcoming 2021-22 season Tuesday morning.
Amy Riordan’s time drop progression shows that she’s ready to help South Carolina women bounce back from an 11th place finish at the 2021 SEC Championships.
The team will return to a full slate of competition with seven dual meets and a pair of multi-day invitationals.