Velleco will arrive on campus with times already faster than or nearly as fast as multiple schoool records and will lead the program in multiple events.
Conti has 50 and 100 free times that would have made her SHU’s second-highest finisher at last season’s championships behind the now-graduated Kelly Bartnett.
English will immediately help to bolster the Pioneer’s roster across the range of freestyle events when she joins the team this fall.
The Stony Brook swimming and diving team earned its first team victories of the season on Saturday, downing both LIU and Sacred Heart.
The Northeast Conference named Sacred Heart’s Lauren Somers and St. Francis Brooklyn’s Ana Paula Montes de Oca as Co-Swimmers of the Week.
Five women’s programs and three men’s programs battled at the Fairfield Invitational with the Fairfield men and Central Connecticut State women winning.