Munz, a nine-time U.S. National Champion, ended 1998 ranked No. 1 in the world in the 1,500 meter freestyle, second in the world in the 800 meter freestyle and seventh in the 400 meter freestyle. She has also been a four-time (1996-99) member of the U.S. National "A" Team.
"Diana is an extremely hard worker, intense competitor and great person," Busch said. "She will definitely make an immediate impact on this program as soon as she arrives."
Robertson, a member of the Highlander Aquatic Club of Orlando, Fla., is a high school All-American in the sprint freestyle events and holds three team records for her club.
The men's middle/distance events will be an area that will be greatly aided by the addition of Sawatzki (Pronounced: Sah-watch-key). A member of the U.S. Junior National Team, according to Busch, "is so talented that we can count on him to contribute at the NCAA level as a freshman."
The brother of current UA senior Oscar la Fleur, Eric la Fleur hails from Lund, Sweden and will also bolster the Wildcat sprint corps.
"All of these recruits should help us to offset the loss of nine swimmers on the men's side and five for the women's squad for next year," Busch said. "All four of these recruits are great student-athletes that will help Arizona swimming and diving immensely."