The 2017 All-Florida Invite continued today with the University of Florida Gators securing wins in 12 events. The Gators lead the competition on both the men’s and women’s sides with scores
NEW COMMIT: Defending Colonial Athletic Association Conference champions William and Mary have received a verbal commitment from Rebecca Rogers. Rogers will move to Williamsburg next fall from Richmond, Virginia where she swims
NEW COMMIT: The University of Wisconsin -Madison has received a verbal commitment from Aquajet Swim Club’s Erik Gessner. Gessner is a senior at Minnetonka High School and a NISCA All-American. Gessner told Swimming
Tim Hinchey Delivers First State of the Sport Address, Highlights Future Opportunities for USA Swimming
Tim Hinchey, the newly appointed CEO of USA Swimming, delivered the annual “State of the Sport” address last weekend at the United States Aquatic Sports (USAS) Convention in Dallas, Texas.
NEW COMMIT: Bolles’ Katherine Baker has given her verbal commitment to swim for Florida State University beginning with the 2018-2019 season. Baker is both a senior at Bolles School and trains with the
NEW COMMITS: The University of Virginia is continuing to stack up on verbal commitments for Todd Desorbo‘s first recruiting class in Charlottesville. The Cavaliers have received verbal commitments from Justin Grender, Oliver Rus, Nico Ferrara, and
NEW COMMIT: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is quickly developing a recruiting line to Charlotte. The Tarheels have received a verbal commitment from Lilly Higgs, a senior at SwimMAC.
Caeleb Dressel competed for the first time since the FINA World Championships Friday at the All-Florida Invitational in Gainesville. Unsurprisingly, he was the class of the field in the men’s 50
NEW COMMIT: The University of Wisconsin will add another in-state swimmer to their roster next fall. Ozaukee Aquatics’ Jenna Silvestri has given her verbal commitment to the Badgers. Silvestri excels in the breaststrokes