Mary Traylor of Round Rock High School and Nitro Swimming in Austin, Texas has verbally committed to swim for Gardner-Webb University.
Sutton Marvin of McNeil High School and Nitro Swimming has verbally committed to swim for the University of Nebraska.
Nitro Swimming’s Matthew Connealy becomes the third Mizzou verbal commit from Austin, Texas.
For the second time in as many days, Harvard University has received a verbal commitment from one of our top 20 recruits. This time it was Corban Rawls of Nitro Swimming in Texas.
Chris Yeager, our #10 recruit on the list of top 20 boys in the high school class of 2017, has given his verbal commitment to the University of Texas.
Cedar Park, Texas-based Nitro Swimming has announced a group of seniors from their National Team who have recently signed NLIs to swim in college.
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Nitro’s Sean Grieshop has broken the 15-16 National Age Group record in the 500 free with his winning performance at the Winter Junior Nationals.
A new personal best from Aidan Burns led the Santa Clara Swim Club to a new Meet Record on the 1st day of the 2014 U.S. Winter Junior National Championships in Federal Way, Washington.
Josh Winn of Nitro Swimming in Austin, Texas, has committed to swim for Carson-Newman University.
The women’s roster includes Kathleen Baker, the runner-up in the 200m back at Nationals, who also competed at the Pan Pacific Championships, and Ella Eastin, a double gold medalist and captain of the Junior Pan Pacs team.
The Texas Longhorns have gotten even better in the butterflies with their latest verbal commitment.
Dwyer was a body length behind McBroom at the halfway point, and couldn’t catch up to him going into the last 100, with McBroom winning in 3:50.87. That’s withing about a second of his lifetime best.
Eastern Illinois is looking for a new head coach after Elliott McGill resigned to take a club job instead.