July 18, 2020—
After originally announcing her verbal commitment to Kentucky in February , Clarkston, Michigan’s Sydney Stricklin has switched her allegiance to Liberty University. Stricklin swims for Club Wolverine and is an Olympic Trials qualifier in the 50 free and a Winter Juniors or better qualifier in the 100/200 free, 100/200 back, and 200/400 IM. Last summer, she finished top 30 in the 100 free (57.34) and 200 free (2:04.54) at the 2019 Speedo Junior National Championships and was even faster leading off Club Wolverine relays (56.98/2:03.31). Both times were personal bests.
Sydney Stricklin changes her mind, now decides to #swim for #Liberty
March 14, 2020—
Annie Galvin , a junior at Ames Senior High School and a member of Ames Cyclone Aquatic Club in Iowa, has made her verbal commitment to swim for the University of Kentucky in the fall of 2021. A backstroker and butterflier, Galvin will be joining a Wildcats team that specializes in producing top-notch backstrokers, including 2019 backstroke First Team All-Americans and current team members Asia Seidt and Ali Gayler . There will be no collegiate crossover (barring an NCAA relief for winter sport athletes who had their championship meets cancelled extending eligibility).
Annie Galvin commits to Kentucky #swimming
SWIMMING WORLD NEWS
Feb. 24, 2020—
The University of Kentucky has recently scored three verbal commitments for their growing Class of 2025 from Annie Galvin , Emma Hermeston , and Sydney Stricklin . All three swimmers will join Madeline Wenig in Lexington at the start of the 2021-22 season.
Annie Galvin, Emma Hermeston and Sydney Stricklin commit to Kentucky #swimming
Feb. 7, 2020—
At the Winter Junior Championships - East in December, Stricklin made it to the 100 free B-final, clocking a 50.70 to take 15th.
Sydney Stricklin Commits to Kentucky #swimming
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