Fourth last season, the Louisville Cardinals kick off the 2023-24 campaign as SwimSwam’s #3 ranked team in the NCAA.
Izzy Iwasyk, a Summer Juniors qualifier and five-time Pennsylvania HS State finalist, has announced her commitment to Auburn University starting in 2024.
Hannah Bellard, a Michigan commit, dropped nearly four seconds from the best time she set just over a month ago at the Michigan Open.
15-year-old Madi Mintenko from Pikes Peak Athletics now ranks 11th all-time for the girls’ 15-16 age-group in the 200 free.
With over a year left in the 15-16 age group, Mintenko now finds herself ranked as the eleventh fastest performer all-time.
USA Swimming Scholastic All-American Jade Castro has announced that she will be joining Auburn’s incoming class this fall.
Lawson Ficken (pictured) swept the 50 free (22.64) and 100 free (48.77), the latter scaring Missy Franklin’s 5A state record (48.45) from 2012.
Set to age up next month, Katie Grimes will aim to etch her name in the girls’ 15-16 NAG record books in Austin at the Winter Junior Championships – West.
Zoey Zeller, a 1:01/2:11 breaststroker from South Valley Makos in Morgan Hill, CA, has verbally committed to Auburn for 2023-24.
The daughter of a former US National Team member, McGuire will join the Auburn Tigers as a member of their class of 2023.
McCarty, who is ranked #14 in SwimSwam’s top recruits of the Class of 2022, will be swimming for NC State starting in the 2021-22 school year.
Bell, who will join the Stanford women next season, broke the 5A state record that Franklin set the year after the London Olympics.
Action gets underway tonight at the Austin site with timed finals of the men’s and women’s 200 medley and 800 free relays.
High school junior and 200 breast Olympic Trials qualifier Aislyn Barnett has committed to join the Auburn Tigers in the fall of 2023.
Katie Russell, a Best of the Rest distance swimmer from NOVA of Virginia, has verbally committed to Auburn’s class of 2027.