LSU Receives Trio of 2021 Verbals from Megan Braman, Peyton Curry, Emily Pawlaski

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NEW COMMITS: Louisiana State University has recently gained a trio of verbal commitments for their growing class of 2025 from Megan BramanPeyton Curry, and Emily Pawlaski.

All three swimmers will arrive in Baton Rouge in the fall of 2021 along with Sasha Ramey and Abby Maoz.

MEGAN BRAMAN

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Photo Courtesy: Megan Braman Instagram (@megan.braman)

Regarding her commitment, she said:

“I’m so excited to announce my verbal commitment to further my academic and swimming careers at Louisiana State University! I cannot thank my friends, family, and coaches enough for all of the support. I’m SEAUX excited to be a Tiger #geauxtigers”

A native of Madison, Miss., Braman does her club swimming with Mississippi Makos Swim Team and most recently placed 10th in the 100m breast at Cary Sectionals. She had six top-5 finishes at the Mississippi LCM Championships last summer, including a pair of gold medals.  Also competing for Madison Ridgeland Academy, Braman won the 50 free and 100 IM as a junior at the MSAIS Championships.

Her best times include:

  • 50 free – 24.01
  • 100 free – 53.43
  • 100 breast – 1:04.17
  • 200 breast – 2:20.99

PEYTON CURRY

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Photo Courtesy: Peyton Curry Instagram (@peyyton.curry)

Regarding her commitment, she said:

“I could not be more excited to announce my verbal commitment to swim for Louisiana State University!! I’m beyond grateful for my family and friends for helping me get to this point, and I am so thankful to all of my Dynamo coaches for all their support throughout my swimming career!! GEAUX TIGERS!!”

Hailing from Atlanta, Ga., Curry swims year-round with Dynamo Swim Club and owns a pair of Junior National cuts. The USA Swimming Scholastic All-American recently earned three best times at the Southern Premier Invitational where her highest finish was an eighth-place showing in the 50 free after finaling in that event at Juniors East. This past summer, she finaled in all of her events at Greensboro Futures.

Her best times include:

  • 50 free – 23.15
  • 100 free – 50.37
  • 200 free – 1:50.23
  • 500 free – 5:00.20

She will overlap with her older brother and defending SEC 100 free champion, Brooks Curry, for two seasons in Baton Rouge.

EMILY PAWLASKI

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Photo Courtesy: Emily Pawlaski Instagram (@emilypawlaski)

Regarding her commitment, she said:

“I’m so excited to announce my verbal commitment to continue my academic and athletic career at Louisiana State University! I’d like to thank my friends, family, coaches, and teachers for supporting me through this process. Geaux Tigers!”

Pawlaski of Andover, Minn., competes year-round with The Great Wolf Swim Team and owns the Winter Juniors cut in the 100 fly. She recently recorded two top-8 finishes at Minnesota Seniors after racing four events at Juniors West and was a six-time finalist at NCSAs last summer. A current junior at Andover High School, she has finaled six times at the Minnesota Class AA State Championships, including a silver and a bronze in 2019.

Her best times include:

  • 50 free – 23.38
  • 50 fly – 25.24
  • 100 fly – 55.17
  • 100 breast – 1:04.93
  • 200 IM – 2:05.12

If you have a commitment to share, please send a photo and quote via email to hs@swimmingworld.com