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Top Swims

Season 2017 - 2018

Men

Rank Name Event Time
1
200 Free
1:38.67
2
200 Medley Relay
1:29.73
3
500 Free
4:33.64
4
500 Free
4:33.63
5
100 Back
47.97
6
200 Free
1:39.87
7
500 Free
4:34.38
8
400 Free Relay
3:03.01
9
200 Free
1:40.17
10
200 Free
1:40.30

Women

Rank Name Event Time
1
400 Free Relay
3:29.26
2
200 Medley Relay
1:45.33
3
50 Free
23.66
4
400 Medley Relay
3:51.41
5
50 Free
23.75
6
400 IM
4:26.86
7
200 Back
2:01.67
8
200 Breast
2:19.61
9
50 Free
23.87
10
200 Back
2:01.89

Commitments

Emma Goss

Emma Goss

Roseville, CA

  • Power Index

    34.43

  • CA rank

    160th

  • 2018 rank

    1000th+

I choose University of Idaho because of the beautiful campus, academics, the amazing coaching staff and the positive team atmosphere. I felt at home the minute I stepped on campus. I am so excited to continue my swimming career at University of Idaho! Go Vandals!!

Idaho

University of Idaho

NC

Nathan Cummins

Spring Valley, CA

  • Power Index

    100.00

  • CA rank

    892nd

  • 2018 rank

    1000th+

I chose CSUB because it is a wonderful school and team! I really love how everyone to gets along and seems part of a huge family. The team of swimmers and divers are very close and the separation between to two is almost zero to none. This was not a factor I was initially looking for but quickly realized I really liked. I have a lot of faith in this team and think we all will do really well in the WAC. Chris Hansen, the head swimming coach, was very inviting even though I am a diver. Knowing this and that the divers are appreciated in their team is very comforting. Although Melisa Gore the new head diving coach is new, she seems to be doing a great job and looks fun to work with. I am so excited to be joining this school and to be able to come back and hang out with the team.

CSU-Bakersfield

California State University, Bakersfield