The Stanford women signed 4 of the top 20 recruits in the country in the class of 2012, led by #6 Allie Szekely
Coming off of her verbal commitment to the Wisconsin Badgers, national #2-ranked recruit Beata Nelson saw her Verona Area high school team jump to #2 in the WISCA rankings.
It was another big week of commitments as swimmers and divers all around the country are making their decisions in advance of National Letter of Intent Signing Period.
Stanford has bolstered its recruiting class with an elite blue-chipper, getting a verbal commitment from Wisconsin’s Katie Drabot.
Madison Edgewood provided a fresh face at the top of the Division 2 Wisconsin high school swimming rankings in week 3, while Arrowhead maintained its stranglehold on the Division 1 lead.
The Wisconsin Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association has released its first rankings poll of the 2015 girls high school season, with defending state champs Arrowhead staying atop Division 1 and McFarland sitting first in Division 2.
USA Swimming has released its 2015-2016 Junior National Team roster, and it’s headed by 6-event qualifiers Katie Drabot and Michael Andrew.
Michael Andrew will attempt a twofer on the last day of US Speedo Juniors, as he is the top seed in both the men’s 200 IM and 50 free.
Former Junior World Champ Ella Eastin will swim a full lineup in her last Junior National Championships ever.
Junior star swimmers Ella Eastin, Katie Drabot, Michael Andrew, Sean Grieshop, Alex Valente, Reece Whitley, Maxime Rooney and Miranda Tucker will compete at Speedo Junior Nationals in San Antonio, Texas.
USA Swimming has released its psych sheets for the 2015 Junior National Championships, with Maxime Rooney (pictured), Ella Eastin and Michael Andrew among the biggest names.
With just under a year left until the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials, one swim coach is taking a tour across America to see a wide view of America’s Swim Team in the lead up to America’s biggest swim meet.
Katie Drabot nearly won twice individually on the final day of competition in Minneapolis.
National public high school 100 fly record-holder Beata Nelson is among the top swimmers in a very deep girls class of 2016.
The Russian relay team of Mariia Kameneva, Maria Astashinka, Polina Egorova, and Arina Openysheva combined to win the event and break the Jr World Record with their time of 4:03.22.