Hunter Tapp from Louisville, Kentucky’s Trinity High School and Lakeside Swim Team has announced his commitment to swim for North Carolina State University beginning in 2019-20.
Twins Hunter Hayes (left) and Natalie Hayes (right) of Danville, Kentucky have made verbal commitments to swim for Emmanuel College in 2018-19.
Ellie Masterson has announced via social media that she selected the University of South Carolina as the recipient for her verbal commitment.
Grayson Schroering from Louisville Collegiate School and Lakeside Swim Team has made a verbal commitment to the University of South Carolina for 2018-19.
Lakeside’s Aldan Johnston became the first verbal commit to the Arizona men’s team in the Augie Busch era on Monday.
Lakeside Swim Team and Saint Xavier High School swimmer Keefer Barnum has given a verbal commitment to the University of Virginia for 2017-18.
Matt Crispino is reloading for another run at the CAA title
University of Georgia has received a verbal commitment from Louisville, Kentucky’s Clayton Forde.
Lakeside has earned USA Swimming’s Gold Medal of Excellence designation every year since 2004 & has produced a US Olympic Team Member in 2004, 2008 & 2012 for a total of 10 US Olympians since the program’s founding in 1928.
Lakeside Swim Team’s Monica McGrath has committed to swim for the 2015 Ivy League Champions, Princeton University.
Chuck Warner, the author, is a coach and an old friend. Thoughtful and passionate about the sport, he has studied the details behind what it takes to achieve swimming excellence.
Kimberly Zehnder commits to swim at Ohio University in Athens, OH
Eric Grimes from Louisville, Kentucky, has verbally committed to William and Mary.
Leah Stevens (right) poses with fellow Stanford class of 2015 commit Kim Williams (left) at Stanford’s Avery Aquatics Center.
The Scottsdale Aquatic Club and the Wilton Y Wahoos join SwimMAC on gold medal status for the first time.