Bulldog Swimming’s Morgan Bagnall Futures finalist chooses Penn State

NEW COMMITMENT: Junior National Qualification Morgan bagnall of East Haven, Connecticut. pledged his verbal engagement at Penn State University starting in fall 2022.

she wants to join Krista marlin as well as twin sisters Catherine other Julia meisner as a member of the Nittany Lions class of 2026.

Regarding her engagement, she said:

“I am very happy to announce my verbal commitment to further my athletic and college career at Penn State University. Thanks to my friends, teammates, coaches and family for all the help and support. Can’t wait to be a Nittany lion. #WE ARE “

A distance freestyle specialist, Bagnall trains year round with Bulldog Swimming and recently won four best times at the CSI LCM Senior Championships earlier this month, where she recorded six top-14s. She also placed fifth in the 800 freestyle and sixth in the 1,500 freestyle at the ISCA Senior International Cup in March.

In August 2019, she finished ninth in the 1500m freestyle, 10th in the 800m freestyle and 12th in the two 200m / 400m freestyle at Geneva Futures.

His best moments include:

  • 200 free – 1: 50.55
  • 500 free – 4: 53.78
  • 1000 free – 10:05:31
  • 1650 free – 16:44:36
  • 200 IM – 2: 06.65
  • 400 IM – 4: 31.24

Bagnall is a rising senior at Lauralton Hall High School.

Marlin is a great pickup for Penn State as she would have been ranked No. 1.2 in the mile and No. 3 in the 500/1000 freestyle in their roster last season with a year of club swimming to go before she goes. ‘arrive at State College.

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