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    ALL OF SWIMSWAM’S TOP 20 HS RECRUITS OF ’16 SHOULD MAKE NCAAS AS FROSH

    SwimSwam puts out an annual list of our top 20 NCAA recruits in the high school senior class, and this year, our top 20 from the HS girls’ class of 2016, who are now freshmen at their respective colleges, have all lived up to the hype.

    Looking back, one of the key factors that goes into our rankings is relative depth in the NCAA— where a recruit will fit into the current national landscape. While all of the girls in our top 20 were expected to have a good shot at NCAA qualification, freshman year can be tumultuous, and it is not uncommon to see some high school stars falter in their first season in college. Nevertheless, our top 20 of ’16, based on our own Andrew Mering’s predictions, have all qualified for the 2017 NCAA Championships.

    Here’s a list of each of the top 20 of ’16, with their highest-ranked event nationally this year. Remember, the line should go to 39 for most events, and extend to 40 for a few. Considering the lowest rank is a 35-seed, it’s pretty safe to say that all 20 will be invited.

    1. Meghan Small (TENNESSEE) – 200 IM (4th)
    2. Beata Nelson (WISCONSIN) – 200 back (18th)
    3. Becca Mann (USC) – 1650 free (8th)
    4. Stanzi Moseley (USC) – 200 free (12th)
    5. Claire Adams (TEXAS) – 200 back (8th)
    6. Katie Drabot (STANFORD) – 500 free (6th)
    7. Veronica Burchill (GEORGIA) – 100 fly (16th)
    8. Allie Szekely (STANFORD) – 400 IM (4th)
    9. Grace Oglesby (LOUISVILLE) – 200 fly (16th)
    10. Lindsey Horejsi (MINNESOTA) – 100 breast (7th)
    11. Erin Voss (STANFORD) – 200 back (26th)
    12. Savanna Faulconer (FLORIDA) – 400 IM (17th)
    13. Keaton Blovad (CAL) – 100 back (28th)
    14. Megan Byrnes (STANFORD) – 1650 free (5th)
    15. Kirsten Jacobsen (ARIZONA) – 1650 free (35th)
    16. Ali Galyer (KENTUCKY) – 200 back (16th)
    17. Tatum Wade (USC) – 200 free (19th)
    18. Lauren Case (TEXAS) – 200 fly (10th)
    19. Asia Seidt (KENTUCKY) – 200 back (5th)
    20. Kennedy Lohman (ARIZONA) – 100 breast (19th)


    https://swimswam.com/swimswams-top-2...e-ncaas-frosh/


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    Note: Underlined names = known to have made an official recruiting trip to Cal

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  2. #422
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    SPRINTER STANZI MOSELEY TO TRANSFER TO TENNESSEE FROM USC




    https://swimswam.com/sprinter-stanzi...tennessee-usc/


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  3. #423
    Quote Originally Posted by UrsusArctosCalifornicus View Post
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    SPRINTER STANZI MOSELEY TO TRANSFER TO TENNESSEE FROM USC




    https://swimswam.com/sprinter-stanzi...tennessee-usc/

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    Recall the frenzy over Stanzi's prep times and thought she'd be a sure fire college star with upside. Ideal freestyle range (50 to 200) and a minimum three relay swimmer. Thought her upside would be improved coaching, facilities, and training partners relative to Bakersfield.

    Was surprised at Stanzi's lackluster frosh year, so a transfer isn't stunning. Two things did jump out from her 'SC bio: she's only 5'5" (very short for a sprinter) and her club was listed as Canyon (Coley Stickles). Did receive some good sprint coaching from Coley. Surprising she would go to Tennessee rather than follow Coley to IU. Crocodile tears for 'SC, the one true Great Satan of the PAC (from 8 to 12).

    Note to UAC: your home girl Freya has some impressive times for a 16 year old and bears watching, but LCM/SCY conversion and international scholly adder may put her on the back burner unless she really improves her 50 and 200 times.

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