The move helps to replace Kristin Walker, who spent the past 3 seasons at Georgia Southern.
The UNI Swimming and Diving schedule is set for the 2019-20 season, including six home meets at Glen F. Henry Pool in the Wellness and Recreation Center.
Pantano will arrive at Seton Hall in the fall of 2019 with the team’s best backstroke times, even just an incoming freshman.
Hallie Wilson, a nationally-recognized artist and free/fly specialist from Richmond, Virginia, has committed to swim for Lehigh next fall.
Colorado diver Ashlyn Foster has accepted her appointment to attend the United States Air Force Academy and will begin in the fall of 2019.
Jorgensen, who had been coaching with the Sierra Marlins Swim Team, will be taking on her first collegiate coaching position.
Alex Rodriguez from La Mirada Armada and Cerritos High School will swim for Cal State Bakersfield in the fall.
Aidan Kreiley has announced his verbal commitment to the University of Louisville. Kreiley specializes in the 100 and 200 breaststroke.
Javier Quiñones will be the fastest returning breaststroker in the Horizon League next season.
Emmaus Aquatic Club’s Alasdair Bell has committed to swim for Drexel University beginning in the fall of 2019.
From left to right: Jack Harrison (Trinity, CT), Ryaan Hatoum (Bucknell), Josh Millner-Balagtas (St. Louis), Nicole Stambo (SMU), and Mathew Dieffenthaller (not pictured, Penn) will compete in college after graduation from Berkeley Prep.
With former University of Hawaii head coach Dan Schemmel making the leap to coach the Stanford men, Hawaii has filled his role with former assistant Elliot Ptasnik, who will now become the head coach for both men and women.
Burandt has been an assistant coach at the University of Houston for five seasons, and will now embark on her first head coaching tenure.
Lichtner will stay in-state and add sprint free depth to the Bucknell roster.
Mahoney will help address the graduation losses from Bucknell’s top backstrokers.