Coak Matthews, who spent nearly four decades leading the swimming and diving programs at Henderson State, has announced his retirement.
Michigan assistant coach Nikki Kett announced today that she will be stepping away from coaching after spending the last three year on the Wolverines’ staff.
Hill spent seven seasons coaching at the University of Michigan and one as an assistant with Indiana.
With longtime Texas head coach Eddie Reese announcing his retirement, here’s a speculative list of candidates for a team with 15 NCAA titles.
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After winning his NCAA-record 15th team points title, University of Texas swim coaching legend Eddie Reese is retiring. That marks the end of a 43-year stint.
Ganley coached Minnesota Swimmers for over four decades and leaves behind an inspiring legacy as both a coach and an athlete.
Matt Donovan will move south from Long Island University to UMBC just as the Retrievers are kicking off their 2020-2021 season.
NC State head coach Braden Holloway announced today that head diving coach Yahya Radman will be departing the team after the season.
A release from the school’s athletics department says the decision was a ‘mutual agreement between Moody and the athletics department.’
Koppelman, who has 17 years of Division I coaching experience, will leave the sport to work for Norfolk Southern Railways in Atlanta.
Alabama has quickly turned into one of the leading schools in women’s sprint free. How they will fare given their recent coaching turbulence.
Dartmouth College offered the head coaches of all its cut programs the opportunity to return after reinstatement. Head swimming & diving coach Jamie Holder declined.
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