Auburn Gets Second 2020 Verbal From Breaststroker Brynn Curtis

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Photo Courtesy: Brynn Curtis

NEW COMMIT: Herndon, Va. native and high school junior Brynn Curtis has given Auburn their second verbal commitment for the fall of 2020. She will join Colby Hurt as a member of the class of 2024.

Primarily a breaststroker, Curtis does her club swimming with York Swim Club and owns the Junior National standard in both breaststroke events. She concluded her long course season with a ninth-place finish in the 200m breast at Juniors after recording 100% best times at Potomac Valley LCM Seniors. She finaled in the 200 breast at NCSAs in March and notched three lifetime bests at Potomac Valley SCY Seniors.

Also representing Oakton High School, Curtis is a four-time Virginia 6A State Championship finalist. She finished sixth in the 100 breast and ninth in the 200 IM as a sophomore after placing 12th in both events during her freshman season.

She told Swimming World:

“Thankful to have the opportunity to continue my academic and athletic career at auburn university and for my friends, family, and coaches who helped me along the way!! #wareagle”

Her best times include:

  • 50 breast – 30.36
  • 100 breast – 1:03.77
  • 200 breast – 2:14.85
  • 200 IM – 2:05.19

Curtis will add valuable depth when she suits up for Auburn for the 2020-21 season and will have one year of overlap with top returning breaststroker Carly Cummings. Although she sits just outside of scoring range at the SEC Championships, Curtis still has about two years of club swimming still to go and will look to carry her long course success to the upcoming short course season.

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