Park was a finalist at the 2016 U.S. Winter Nationals, placing 7th in the 200 back. He was also a 2016 Olympic Trials qualifier in the long course version of that event.
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It’s been a year since Kris Kubik stepped down as the Associate Head Coach at UT, and while he has big shoes to fill, so far Wyatt Collins has been a seemingly solid replacement
College swimming purists will know that while the NCAA trophy is handed out in March, championships are won and lost in recruiting season.
The Texas men continue to build a stellar recruiting class before recruiting season officially opens, pulling their third top-20 recruit of the high school class of 2018 in #16 Matthew Willenbring.
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Longhorns have received a verbal commitment for 2018-19 from Southlake Carroll junior and Lakeside Aquatic Club swimmer, Alex Zettle.
After the surprising retirement of longtime coach Rick DeMont, the University of Arizona has a head coaching opening, one of the more high-profile job openings in recent memory in college swimming. Though we don’t know exactly what the Arizona athletic department is thinking, here’s a look at some of the top potential candidates for the job.
Grace Ariola of Bloomington Normal YMCA Waves has verbally committed to swim for the University of Texas in 2018-19.
Wisconsin’s Daniel Krueger has made an early verbal commitment to the University of Texas for 2018-19.
Julia Cook, a junior at Bryan High School who swims for Aggie Swim Club, has made a verbal commitment to the University of Texas for 2018-19.
The Longhorns’ head coach Eddie Reese has his second verbal commit for 2018-19: Charlie Scheinfeld of New Trier High School and New Trier Swim Club.
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Georgia’s Gabrielsen Natatorium has hosted the NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships twice in its history. Georgia won the meet once, and was runner-up the other time, in those meets.