Old Dominion University has added Ross Glegg to its coaching staff. Glegg was previously the graduate assistant at West Virginia, his alma mater.
The Williston Sea Lions, a North Dakota club team, have announced they have replaced long-time head coach Karen Guglich with Cameron Elmer.
Lavery, who has also served as an assistant at Georgia Tech and Villanova, has been named the new head swimming & diving coach at Drexel.
Chip Kline, who has a long history at some of the country’s top collegiate programs, will take on a new role next season: head coach of a USA Swimming club.
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Darian Townsend, who won an Olympic gold medal as part of South Africa’s 400 free relay in 2004, has been promoted to head swim coach at Ottawa University.
J. Agnew filled out the Cardinal’s coaching staff by promoting Chris Bals (above) and hiring Olympic Qualifier Geena Freriks as a graduate assistant coach.
The Cal men have added Roman Willets to their coaching staff, bringing on the area club coach and Michigan alum as a volunteer assistant.
Helder won 2 NCAA Division II Championships as an athlete and is a two-time NCAA Division II National Diving Coach of the Year as a coach.
Christine Mabile spent the last 2 seasons at Boise State University before that school cut their swimming & diving program in early July.
In the MAAC, Siena College has filled its head coaching vacancy, hiring Brogan Barr from Division III’s Hamilton College.
During Moore’s decade as an ECU coach, the Pirates won 4 American Athletic Conference team titles.
Milana Socha, who spent the last 3 seasons at Dartmouth, is one of two from that program that will join Northwestern next season – along with Ivy League 500 free champ Connor LaMastra
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