The following is a press release courtesy of TCU Swimming & Diving:
FORT WORTH, Texas – The TCU swimming and diving team announced the signings of three future Horned Frogs to National Letters of Intent on Friday, bringing the total to 14 so far during the fall signing period.
The signees include: Alexandra Robertson, Tommy Thach and Jessie Woolley-MacMath.
Robertson, from Edmond, Okla., swims for Edmond North High School and the Extreme Aquatic Team. Her top times include: 2:03.6 (200 IM), 2:23.1 (400 IM) and 1:04.26 (100 breast). Robertson is ranked second in the state of Oklahoma, according to CollegeSwimming.com.
Thach, a native of Burien, Wash., is a sprinter who competes for John F. Kennedy High School and the Central Area Aquatic Team. He’s posted personal-bests in the 50 free (21.13), 100 free (45.28), 200 free (1:37.9) and the 200 IM (1:49.2). He ranks third in the state of Washington by CollegeSwimming.com.
“TCU has a very nice campus,” Thach said. “The coaches and swimmers made me feel like a part of the team. I had a chance to meet a professor in my intended field of study. It’s a great opportunity to excel in swimming and academics. Go Frogs!”
Woolley-MacMath competes primarily in the free and IM events. The Austin native swims for McCallum High School and Longhorn Aquatics. Her top times include: 1:53.24 (200 free), 4:58.35 (500 free), 17:06.86 (1650 free) and 4:31.33 (400 IM). She is ranked 32nd in the state of Texas, according to CollegeSwimming.com.