Has Louisville Arrived?

by Garrett McCaffrey 9

October 02nd, 2012 College, News

Garrett McCaffrey sat down with Big East Coach of The Year Arthur Albiero to talk about his program’s climb in his first 9 years and why he thinks they’ve got as much to offer than the traditional powerhouses in college swimming. He’s not ready to say they’ve made it, but he’s pretty excited about where they’re going. After the season the Cardinals had last year, why wouldn’t you be?

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10 years ago

Great to see tha Arthur and team’s hardwork are paying off. Good luck to them! Very good interview, btw.
Abraços!

Seth Baron
10 years ago

Louisville has come a long way in a short period of time. This is not surprising with the leadership of Coach Albiero! It will not surprise anyone if Louisville becomes a consistent Top 10 program! CONGRATS & Keep up the great work!

DDias
10 years ago

João De Lucca evolution is notorious.Some coaches are telling he was doing nice 49´s during training in London before Olympics, but he wasnt put to swim in relay because FINA didnt make it a time trial in Olympics.If that is true, another big mistake for brazilian coaches… .

SwimSam
10 years ago

Coach A and his staff are doing a great job. Definitely trending upward. It will be interesting to see if Louisville can get to the next level. I would not bet against them. Cards on the rise!

Chris DeSantis
10 years ago

Yes

GC
10 years ago

Kelsi Worrell – NCAA champion this year. Mark it.

Admin
Reply to  GC
10 years ago

Bold!

DutchWomen
Reply to  GC
10 years ago

In what event? Freak talent, but it might take 3-4 years.

dmswim
Reply to  GC
3 years ago

While a bit bold, this prediction was not too far off!

About Garrett McCaffrey

No one lives the sport of swimming like Garrett McCaffrey. A Division I swimmer who spent 4 years covering the sport as a journalist, now coaches club swimming and competes as a masters swimmer, Garrett truly lives the sport of swimming. After graduating from University of Missouri’s award winning journalism program …

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