Olympic Trials Qualifier Aubree Brouwer Verbally Commits to NC State’s Class of 2026

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NEW COMMIT: The NC State Wolfpack has received their sixth verbal commitment for their growing Class of 2026, this time from Olympic Trials qualifier Aubree Brouwer of Joplin, Mo.

She will join Meghan Donald, Grace MonahanKennedy NobleEmma Hastings and Katherine Helms in Raleigh at the start of the 2022-23 season.

She told Swimming World:

“I am so blessed to announce my verbal commitment to swim and study at North Carolina State University! I’m so thankful for my coaches, teammates, and my parents for all of their support through this process. I couldn’t be more excited to work with such a great group of coaches and athletes!”

One of the top breaststrokers in her class, Brouwer does her club swimming with Springfield Aquatics and owns the Olympic Trials cut in the 100m breast with the U.S. Open standard in the 200 breast. She finaled in the 100m breast at the Toyota U.S. Open last December before going on to take 19th in that event at the TYR Pro Swim Series – Knoxville.

She has also earned USA Swimming Scholastic All-American honors for her efforts in the pool and in the classroom.

Her best times include:

  • 50 breast – 28.85
  • 100 breast – 1:01.54
  • 200 breast – 2:15.68

Brouwer had a breakout season in Summer 2019. At Jenks Sectionals, she won the 100m breast and achieved the Olympic Trials cut by shaving over two seconds off her previous best time. At the conclusion of that meet, she was held the season’s fastest 15 & under female time in that event in the country.

She then went event faster at Junior Nationals, finishing in 1:09.33 for fourth place. That time propelled her to No. 18 in 15-16 age group history, and she also finished 22nd in the 200m breast.

Brouwer will make a big impact in NC State’s breaststroke group following the graduation of Olivia Calegan and Sophie Hansson. She would’ve scored in the B-final of the 100 breast as well as the C-final of the 200 breast at the 2020 ACC Championships where the Wolfpack finished second overall in the team standings behind Virginia.

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  1. Saniya Abrah

    I love you so much in all the time

  2. Lee Porte

    2026 wow I’m gonna be 29