Marsh: I Tell My Swimmers the First Thing You Have to Do is Believe

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It’s easy to believe when Marsh Daddy is your coach!


His voice can have a serious positive impact on believing ….as i can sense .

Rob Harriman

Do you have open practices…I live in Solana Beach and would like to watch. I am former assistant coach to George Haines;
the San Clara Swim Club..

Why did Marsh move to San Diego? Seems odd that he’s coaching a Div 2 school.

Because he got kicked out of SwimMac and had to get out of Dodge!

He’s getting paid to enjoy the good cali green

Oh and the weather/swim culture is pretty nice there


What Kathy said.

Also, the school is transitioning to D1, easy locale to attract a pro group to, and maybe the challenge of building a ‘new’ D1 program?

They may transition but nothing has been approved and they were denied months ago. Everyone is hoping it will come together as UCSD doesn’t belong in Division 2 but the school is not transitioning at this time. They would fit right in with the MPSF and hopefully we would see the return of Big West Swimming and Diving.

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