Northeast's Megan Romano always imagined swimming for the University of Georgia.
On Wednesday, Romano, one of the county's most sought-after swimmers, made her decision public by choosing the Bulldogs.
Her commitment comes three weeks before the early signing period for swimming and officially put an end to the barrage of recruiting calls.
Romano's choice was not too much of a surprise considering her idol is former Bulldog standout Mary DeScenza.
Still, Romano, a senior, decided to visit other schools, such as Florida and Arizona in the past month.
Now that she has picked a school, Romano can focus on the state meet, where she hopes to add two more individual titles to cap off a stellar career.
Last year, Romano won state titles in the 200 free and 100 back and came close to breaking national records in both. This summer she qualified for six events at the Olympic trials.
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