The Wildcats are losing all of their NCAA scorers from last season and also have five swimmers in the NCAA transfer portal.
2023 SEC champion and former LSU Tiger Peyton Curry highlights a group of seven transfers joining the Gamecocks this season.
Martin, who represents Hurricane Aquatics, dropped over four seconds over the course of the day to post a final time of 2:13.91 tonight.
The Futures Championships kicked off tonight with the 200 free, 100 breast, 200 fly, men’s 1500 free, and women’s 800 free.
Breckin Gormley announced her transfer from Kentucky to South Carolina last month, leaving the Wildcats for an SEC rival after just one year in Lexington.
Also highlighting the final night in Charlotte was Tess Howley who won the women’s 200 back and set a personal best by two seconds.
Peyton Curry helped LSU capture the 2023 conference title in the women’s 200 free relay. She is the younger sister to Brooks Curry.
Agliano will give the Gamecock’s sprint freestyle and butterfly groups a huge boost when she joins the program this fall.
A highly versatile swimmer with the potential to contribute in multiple events, Patterson will join the Wildcats as a member of their class of 2028.
52-second backstroker Emma Karam headlines the UNC Tar Heels recruiting class as we kick off our class by class NCAA recruiting class ranks.
The team’s highest scorer at NCAAs Lauren Poole returns for her senior season and have a class of incoming freshmen coming in to fill gaps.
Riverview sophomore Gracie Weyant swept her individual events, repeating in the girls’ 100 breast while also winning the 200 IM.
Manadarin High School senior Gage Hulbert was among the top performers of the Class 4A District meets, producing an AA-A cut in the boys’ 100 fly.
Florida rising senior Talia Bates won all six events she swam and posted a lifetime best 50 free time of25.66, taking .07 off her previous best from 2018.
Denise Phelan of Team Suffolk will take her breaststroke talents to Kentucky beginning in the 2022-23 school year.