Impact of Coronavirus on College Swimming & Diving Recruiting: The NCAA has continued its suspension of all in-person recruiting through August 31; Different rules have been approved for the D2 level. The NCAA also granted an extra year of eligibility to college seniors. The impact of coronavirus on sports is that right now, all recruiting activity is happening online. The timing of when sports will come back is being determined by the state, local and national governing bodies. Here is more information on how coronavirus will impact Swimming & Diving. We’re also sharing survey results from 600+ college coaches, in which we asked how they think COVID-19 will impact recruiting.
Everything you need to know about women's swimming recruiting
The world of women’s college swimming recruiting is very competitive. High school swimmers who want to continue the sport at the collegiate level will find they are one among many competing for a roster spot, as well as potential swimming scholarships. Recognizing the complexities in the women’s college swimming recruitment process, we’ve developed this section of useful information to help families, club and high school coaches in the college swimming recruiting process.
The college swimming recruiting process is about identifying the right college athletically, academically, socially and financially. What does a high school women’s swimmer have to do in order to start taking an active role in their college swimming recruiting process? The obvious advice of continually improving times is only one of various things that must be done. Taking academics seriously can open a range of schools that otherwise would not have been available to a student with lesser grades or test scores. What are the major swim camps in the U.S.?