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Tar Heels Open 2023 Recruiting With Verbal From U.S. Open Qualifier Maren Conze

Florida State Record Holder Will Heck Verbally Commits to NC State for 2023

Auburn Secures Verbal Pledge From Junior National Qualifier Morgan Carteaux for 2023-24

Tennessee Lands 2023 Verbal From Olympic Trials Wave I 200m Back Champ Sophie Brison

Texas A&M Lands 2023 In-State Verbal From Olympic Trials Qualifier Logan Brown

U.S. Open Qualifier Isaac Fleig Verbally Commits to Kentucky for 2023

SwimMAC's Reid Miller Will Stay In State, Sends Verbal to Tar Heels for 2022


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U.S. Open Qualifier Isaac Fleig Verbally Commits to Kentucky for 2023

NEW COMMIT: After already scoring four verbal commitments on the women's side, the University of Kentucky men's program has landed its first one for the fall of 2023 from U.S. Open qualifier Isaac Fleig. He told Swimming World: "I'm excited to announce my verbal commitment to continue my swimming an...

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Futures Qualifier Keenan Day Selects Emory University

NEW COMMIT: Futures qualifier Keenan Day of Raleigh, North Carolina, has announced her verbal commitment for Division III powerhouse Emory University beginning in the fall of 2022. She told Swimming World: "I am super thrilled to announce my verbal commitment to Emory university as I continue my aca...

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Georgia 4-5A State 200 Free Champion Gavin Jones Selects Villanova

NEW COMMIT: Junior National qualifier Gavin Jones of Watkinsville, Georgia, has given his verbal commitment to Villanova University and will arrive on campus in the fall of 2022. He told Swimming World: "It is with great excitement that I announce my verbal commitment to continue my academic and ath...

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Arkansas 6A State Champion Chloe Thompson Verbally Commits to Utah

NEW COMMIT: The University of Utah has received their second verbal commitment for the 2022-23 season and beyond from Futures qualifier Chloe Thompson out of Bentonville, Arkansas. She will join Katelyn Buono of Sparks, Nevada, as a member of the Utes' Class of 2026. She told Swimming World: "I coul...