Sophie Lindner of SwimMAC Carolina and Covenant Day School has verbally committed to swim for the University of North Carolina in 2018-19.
Rachel Lee, who swims for Charlotte Christian School and SwimMAC Carolina, has verbally committed to University of South Carolina’s class of 2022.
Sinclair Larson of South Mecklenburg High School and SwimMAC Carolina has verbally committed to the University of Tennessee for 2018-19.
Jeffrey Murray, a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American from Marvin Ridge High School and SwimMAC Carolina, has verbally committed to swim for Georgia Institute of Technology in the fall.
Erin McCullagh (Charlotte Catholic High School) and Luke Johnson (South Mecklenburg High School) will be the latest in a long stream of SwimMAC Carolina swimmers to don Midshipmen uniforms when they head to Annapolis next fall.
Lindsey Cohee, who has been with SwimMAC Carolina since April, and before that, with YMCA of Central Florida, has verbally committed to swim for Liberty University next fall.
Three-time North Carolina Independent Schools 1A2A state champion Jane Donahue has made a verbal commitment to the Nittany Lions.
SwimMAC Carolina has reportedly canceled plans for a new aquatic center to be built on Lake Norman, North Carolina.
2016 Olympic Trials qualifier Caroline Hauder of SwimMAC Carolina has verbally committed to swim at UNC Chapel Hill in 2017-18.
Ride along with SwimMAC Carolina on their road trip to Altanta, where they won the combined team title at 2015 Winter Junior Nationals.
Alex Bonfilio, who swims for Marvin Ridge High School and SwimMAC Carolina, committed to The United States Naval Academy class of 2020.
Nick Spina, who swims with SwimMAC Carolina and Ardrey Kell High School, has made a commitment to the Villanova University Wildcats for 2016-17.
Cape Murch Elliot’s verbal commitment to Cornell University means she will join sisters Billy and Currie for their final year.
Graham Weaver’s verbal to UNC will make him a third-generation Tar Heel and second-generation Tar Heel swimmer.
SwimMAC Carolina butterflier Carolyn Kammeyer has made a verbal commitment to join the University of Notre Dame Fighting Irish in 2016.