Jan. 31, 2018
EASTON, Pa.- Lafayette swimming and diving head coach Jim Dailey will welcome 10 student-athletes as part of the Class of 2022 in the early signing period. With 11 swimmers set to graduate this spring, Dailey has added talent expected to make a significant impact next season.
|Olivia Barcia||Fanwood Scotch Plains YMCA, N.J.||free and fly|
|Kaitlyn Bladt||Somerset Valley YMCA, N.J.||breaststroke and IM|
|Hannah Burlein||Greater Scranton YMCA, Pa.||fly|
|Lauren Lapsley||New Albany Aquatic Club, Ohio||breast, fly and IM|
|Grace Pasco||South Jersey Aquatic Club, N.J.||breast, fly and IM|
|Andyn Mulgrew-Truitt||Glacier Swim Club, Alaska||free|
|Emily Tuchman||Saw Mill Swim Club, N.Y.||free and back|
|Elena Uttaro||Freedom Aquatics, N.Y.||free, breast, fly and IM|
|Helena VanNatter||Pottstown YMCA, Pa.||free|
|Emily Wilson||Jersey Gators, N.J.||free and fly|
"There was a lot of energy and time recruiting the best class we possibly could, Dailey said. "We still have 33 women who have applied regular decision and that group is as talented as the group above. There's a place for everyone and having this many first years will keep the upper class paying attention and competing every day in practice. We are looking forward to finishing off the class as we move into April. It's going to be a very exciting time for Lafayette College Swimming during the 2018-19 season."