After serving as an assistant swimming and diving coach at Army West Point for four seasons, Eric Bugby has been promoted to Associate Head Coach, announced by head coach Mickey Wender Tuesday.
The Liberty Eagles will travel for meets in Texas for the first time in program history next season.
Wyoming will travel to Arizona State during Bob Bowman’s inaugural season in the dessert.
The University of Nevada has found a new head coach for its women’s program, tabbing Neil Harper of the Aiken-Augusta Swim League.
Liberty University rising sophomore Danielle Boothe will represent Jamaica in two swimming relays during the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games this week.
The Florida Gulf Coast Eagles are not a program with a long history, if only because they haven’t been around…
University of Mexico head coach Kunio Kono announced former world record holder and Canadian Olympic swimmer Jake Tapp as the new assistant coach for the 2015-2016 season.
The Northwestern Wildcats have a new assistant coach to go with their new head coach on the women’s side, as Florida Atlantic’s Kyle Berg will make the jump to Evanston, Illinois.
“I am super excited to have Shane join our staff this season. He brings a lot of coaching and recruiting experience to our program”.
Natalie Grothe, Nevada breaststroker and sister to Auburn grad Zane Grothe, will swim for the Colorado State Rams next season in a late commitment announced by the team today.
Former Western Kentucky associate head coach Brian Thomas has found a landing spot for next season, joining the UNLV Runnin’ Rebels as the program’s assistant coach.
All-American backstroker, Kira Toussaint, will be transferring to the University to Tennessee. Toussaint is the Dutch record holder in the women’s 100 scm backstroke and is also the daughter of 1984 Olympic Gold Medalist, Jolanda de Rover.
Maxime Rooney, a top-10 men’s recruit in the class of 2016, has already verbally committed to the University of Florida, part of a trend to pledge earlier and earlier.
Among the headline-grabbing NCAA rule changes we reported on last week is another impactful update: the NCAA will add long course meters as an approved course for college swim meets next season.
“This is not only an exciting opportunity for me, but it’s great for swimming at the collegiate and national level. The trend, as of recent, has been to eliminate swimming and diving programs and my hat goes off to Indiana State for bringing this team to life.”