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Backstroker Caitlyn Friebe Chooses Missouri State With Conference-Scoring Times

Tar Heels Keep NAG Relay Record Holder Samantha Armand In State

NCSA Champion Cade Duncan Verbally Commits to Northwestern

Houston Secures Verbal From North Dakota State Record Holder Tierney Howell

Gillian Tu Verbals to Brown With Ivy League Winning 100 Breast Time

Will Modglin Tabbed As Swimming World Magazine High School Swimmer of the Year

Futures Qualifier Sophia Valenzuela Hands Verbal Commitment to Army West Point

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Tar Heels Keep NAG Relay Record Holder Samantha Armand In State

NEW COMMIT: National Age Group relay record holder Samantha Armand of Cary, North Carolina has decided to swim for her in-state Tar Heels beginning in 2023. She will join Lucy Walker, Michaela Chokureva, Maren Conze and Ava Muzzy as a member of the Tar Heels’ Class of 2027. Regarding her commitment,...

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NCSA Champion Cade Duncan Verbally Commits to Northwestern

NEW COMMIT: U.S. Open qualifier Cade Duncan of Spring, Texas has verbally committed to Northwestern University and will arrive on campus in the fall of 2023. His older brother, Caleb Duncan, is a senior sprinter at Louisville. He told Swimming World: “I am honored to announce my verbal commitment to...

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Gillian Tu Verbals to Brown With Ivy League Winning 100 Breast Time

NEW COMMIT: Junior National qualifier Gillian Tu of Issaquah, Washington, has verbally committed* to Brown University and will arrive on campus in the fall of 2023. Regarding her commitment, she said: “I am very honored to announce my verbal commitment to the application process at Brown University!...

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Advice for the High School Swimmer Considering College

Advice for the High School Swimmer Considering College By Maddie Strasen Senior year of high school is one of the most stressful years for swimmers. Some decide to throw in the towel after their final high school year and call it a career—a very respectable decision. Many find that it’s time to lead...

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7 Familiar Reasons Why Swimmers Leave the Sport

Swimmers are renowned for their dedication to their sport. We train long hours at ridiculous times and spend all day at meets only to spend a few minutes actually racing in the pool. However, all swimmers reach a point in their careers when they question why they're still doing it. Although many rel...

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South Carolina Scores 2023 Verbal From NCSA Finalist Ellery Ottem

NEW COMMIT: The University of South Carolina has scored a new verbal commitment for the fall of 2023 from Ellery Ottem of River Falls, Wisconsin. She will join Madelyn Yates and Jill Smiley as a member of the Gamecocks’ Class of 2027. Regarding her commitment, she said: "i’m extremely excited to ann...

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How Being A Multi-Sport Athlete Early On Benefits Your Swimming

By Taylor Padington (From the Archive) Why is it that swimmers think that swimming is the only sport they can do? I have heard this phrase time and time again: putting a swimmer on land is like taking a fish out of the water. However, as I took a poll of the Boise State swim team, I found that all 2...

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SwimAtlanta's Sydney Starnes Lends 2023 Verbal Pledge to Virginia Tech

NEW COMMIT: Virginia Tech has received a new verbal commitment for the fall of 2023 from Junior National qualifier Sydney Starnes of Marietta, Georgia. She will join Kate Anderson as a member of the Hokies' Class of 2027. She told Swimming World: "I am so excited to announce my verbal commitment to ...

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Princeton Picks Up 2023 Verbal From CIF State Champion Ethan Harrington

NEW COMMIT: Junior National finalist Ethan Harrington of Palo Alto, California, has verbally committed* to Princeton University and will arrive on campus in Fall 2023. He is set to join Daniel Li in the Tigers' Class of 2027. Farrington currently ranks 12th in the 50 free and 25th in the 100 free al...