Claire Grover, Noah Henry, Lizzy Spears, Brady Estrada Expand Arizona State Class of 2022

Photo Courtesy: Lizzy Spears, Noah Henry, Claire Grover, Brady Estrada Instagram

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Arizona State continues to grow its Class of 2022, most recently with verbal commitment from Lizzy SpearsClaire Grover, Brady Estrada, and Noah Henry.

Spears and Grover are both strong breaststrokers, joining Abigail Mawae who is primarily a breaststroker. Estrada is primarily a butterflier. Henry adds back, fly, and free skill to an already strong men’s class.

Claire Grover


Photo Courtesy: Claire Grover (Instagram)

Grover is an in-state talent, swimming for Scottsdale Aquatic Club and attending Boulder Creek High School. Grover is the Arizona high school state recorder in the 50 freestyle. She set that mark in 2016 when she also won the 100 breaststroke.

Grover’s best times are:

  • 50 Free 22.71
  • 100 Free 50.72
  • 100 Breast 1:01.34
  • 200 Breast 2:12.09

She’s already set to score in her top three events at the Pac-12 Championships and has great relay potential for the Sun Devils.

Lizzy Spears


Photo Courtesy: Lizzy Spears (Instagram)

Spears will head southwest from Michigan, where she was a Division I high school state champion on Saline High School’s 400 freestyle relay. Individually, she finished third in the 200 IM last fall.

She’s a strong breaststroker and IMer, and all around versatile. Her top times are:

  • 200 IM 2:01.78
  • 400 IM 4:20.93
  • 100 Breast 1:04.44
  • 200 Breast 2:15.44
  • 100 Fly 55.66

Brady Estrada


Photo Courtesy: Florida Swim Network (Instagram)

Estrada will head from one sunshine state to another. In the fall she’ll enter her senior year at Monteverde Academy in Monteverde, Florida. She trains with NTC Aquatics.

Her top times are:

  • 100 Fly 57.81
  • 200 Fly 2:04.64
  • 100 Back 59.75

Noah Henry


Photo Courtesy: Noah Henry (Instagram)

Henry will make the move to Tempe from Texas. He swims for Tiger Shark Swim Team and still has to complete his senior year at Belton High School.

He told Swimming World,

“I am excited to have made my verbal commitment to Arizona State University for many reasons. I look forward to the opportunity of training under coach Bob Bowman and his staff with their credible knowledge. I am most impressed with the tremendous support from the university and athletic director and their value for Olympic sports. Academically I plan to take advantage of the innovative and progressive approach and research through the Barrett Honors College and the biodesign laboratory. Most importantly believe in the vision that coach Bowman shared with me for the swimming program and myself.”

Among his best times are:

  • 50 Free 21.16
  • 100 Free 44.87
  • 200 Free 1:37.92
  • 100 Back 47.15
  • 200 Back 1:44.81
  • 100 Fly 48.13

The two event Olympic Trials qualifier (100 back and 100 fly) was also a two event medalist at the 2017 Texas 6A High School state championships. He finished second in the 100 backstroke and third in the 100 butterfly.

He’ll join an already impressive and deep class that includes Jakob IcimsoyCody BybeeEthan LucKhalil Fonder, and Eddie Michael.

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    congrats Claire, amazing following your swimming from the anthem dolphins to college. good luck