Brown’s Kevin Norman Named Ivy League Men’s Coach of the Year

Courtesy: Brown Athletics

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Kevin Norman, Ollie ’50 & Kay Patrell Men’s Swimming and Diving Coaching Chair, was named Ivy League Men’s Swimming and Diving Coach of the Year, the league announced on Tuesday (March 1). The award was voted on by the league’s head coaches.

Norman guided Brown to a fourth-place finish in the Ivy League Championships over the weekend, matching its finish from 2020. The fourth-place finish is tied for Brown’s best finish since a third-place finish in 1998. It is the second fourth-place finish for Brown with Norman at the helm of the program.

Under Norman’s guidance, the Bears posted seven program records over the course of the meet. Brown finished with 14 athletes earning NCAA B Cut times during the championships.

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10 months ago

You woulda thought Penn’s coach would have won it …..

SuperSwimmer 2000
10 months ago


Goblin Walk
10 months ago

Imagine your school being named after a color

Reply to  Goblin Walk
10 months ago

I believe it is actually named for the bear – go Bruno and go Kevin! Well deserved.

John Spadafina
10 months ago

Congratulations Norms

10 months ago

Congratulations! A well deserved honor.