Sept. 8, 2020—
Holden Smith has de-committed from the University of Alabama and chosen the University of Texas for his college swimming career. Smith, originally a member of the class of 2021, previously announced that he would be taking a gap year and beginning his college career in the fall of 2022. “I feel blessed and honored to announce my verbal commitment to further my academic and swimming goals at the University of Texas. I want to first thank my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Also, I want to thank (Texas head coach Eddie) Reese and (Texas Collins for this amazing opportunity, and I can’t wa ...
Holden Smith now Commits to Texas #swimming
Sept. 8, 2020—
John Hayes , a 3-time individual high school state champion in Kentucky, has verbally committed to Alabama. A high school junior, Hayes is expected to arrive in the fall of 2022. He is the 16th-ranked recruit in the boy’s high school class of 2022 . I’m excited to announce my verbal commitment to continue my studies and swimming career at the University of Alabama. ROLL TIDE🔴🐘 A post shared by John M.Hayes (@john_mhayes) on Sep 4, 2020 at 4:45pm PDT He is the 3rd top-20 boys’ recruit to have announced his verbal commitment so far, following Lance Norris and Michael Cotter , who commi ...
John Hayes Commits to Alabama #swimming
SWIMMING WORLD NEWS
March 24, 2020—
The University of Alabama has recently received a pair of verbal commitments for the fall of 2021 from Newburgh, Ind. native Braden Rollins and William Watson of High Point, N.C.. Both swimmers will join Ben Hines , Mateo Miceli , and in Tuscaloosa as members of the class of 2025.
Braden Rollins, William Watson commit to Alabama #swimming
Feb. 23, 2020—
Will Cole took down the State Record in the 100 back twice as the St. Xavier boys won the Kentucky state title by a landslide.
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