The Caltech Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation has named Andrew Brabson the next head coach of the swimming & diving programs.
Allegheny College has announced the hiring of Max Niggel as head men’s and women’s swimming and diving coach.
A four-year swimmer and 2014 graduate of St. Bonaventure University, MIke Burud comes to SUNY Delhi after spending the last four years as an assistant coach at Marist College.
Johns Hopkins announced that Margaret Zagrobelny, who was an assistant swim coach and aquatics director at Susquehanna last year, has joined the Blue Jay coaching staff.
16-time Division III All-American Julia Wilson was one of two aquatic athletes that were named to the Top 30 list for the 2018 NCAA Woman of the Year Award.
Sam Petersen has been hired as an assistant coach of the New York University men’s and women’s swimming teams and will have a role in recruiting and on-deck coaching.
Brandeis University has announced that Nicole Carter has been named as the University’s head coach of men’s and women’s swimming and diving.
Readfield, Maine’s Mary Erb, the 2017 NCAA D3 champ in the 200 breast, has announced her transfer from Connecticut College to Northwestern University.
College swim season begins before we know it – the first dual meet is scheduled for September 14, just over two weeks away – and we at SwimSwam have been cooking up a feast of pre-season coverage. Here’s what to watch for over the coming weeks:
York College Assistant Dean for Athletics and Recreation Paul Saikia is happy to announce that Eric Rasmussen has been named the new head swimming coach/aquatics director at York College.
Diego Mendieta from Pocono Family YMCA will swim for Susquehanna University in the fall.
Caroline Baber of The Collegiate School and NOVA of Virginia is headed to in-state Washington & Lee in the fall.
All of the 2018-2019 NCAA qualifying marks have been released and 26 of 52 individual A and B cuts are…
Swimming, diving, and water polo are among the collegiate sports that have the fewest number of female coaches coaching women’s teams.
The NCAA Division III time standards for the 2018-2019 season are out, though there isn’t much significant change from last season.