The Air Force women’s swimming and diving team is proud to welcome 14 members of the Class of 2022, as announced today by head coach Colleen Murphy
Ariana Lewis (pictured above) and H2Okie Aquatics teammates Megan Cummins and Laura Hodge have committed to George Mason University’s class of 2022.
Fort Collins, Colorado’s Richard Dauksher has committed to swim for Carnegie Mellon University beginning in the fall of 2018.
Spencer Clarke of Aptos Cabrillo Swim Club out of Santa Cruz, California has signed an NLI to swim for Fordham University in 2018-19.
Courtesy: Ohio Northern Athletics Austin Veltman has been named the head men’s and women’s swimming and diving coach at Ohio…
Lauren Kilgore of Bridgman High School and Irish Aquatics has committed to Toledo for the 2019-2020 season.
Jacob Won of Obra D. Tompkins High School and Katy Aquatics has committed to the University of South Dakota.
6’4″ Sprinter Cole Bruns from New Braunfels High School and Alamo Area Aquatic Association has verbally committed to the University of South Carolina’s class of 2023.
The Clarkson University Athletic Department is pleased to announce the hiring of Zack Wahl as the new head coach for the Golden Knights’ Swimming & Diving program for the 2018-19 season.
Bob Hackett, a former Olympian and 1976 Silver Medalist in the 1,500 Freestyle, is set to join the staff full-time.
Marko Djordjevic has been elevated to the position of associate head coach of the University of California San Diego men’s and women’s swimming and diving programs.
Among the standouts expected to headline the field are Olympic champions Lilly King and Allison Schmitt, as well as fellow individual Olympic medalists Chase Kalisz and Katie Meili.
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Hodgson spent the last 2 seasons as an assistant at Virginia Tech.
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