Texas A&M women’s head coach Steve Bultman has announced that he plans to retire after 25 years coaching in College Station.
Former Bend Swim Club head coach Megan Oesting said she was stepping down because she could “no longer serve the organization under its current leadership.”
Kassab is a familiar name for the Tigers as he previously coached the Salem women’s water polo program from 2017 through 2022.
Goodman James is in her 48th season as an NCAA coach across all three divisions and was named one of the 100 Greatest College Swimming and Diving Coaches.
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Paige Tattersall and Ryan Martines have joined the Concordia University Irvine coaching staff midseason as graduate assistants.
Silva brings with him decades of international coaching experience, with many world record breakers having thrived under his tutelage.
Jackson, one of the most accomplished swimmers in Arizona history, has only been on the staff for two and a half seasons, having been hired in August 2021.
The Eagles are canceling its 2023-24 season and parting ways with head coach Joe Brinkman and the rest of their staff in the wake of hazing allegations.
A native of Budapest, Hungary, Dorottya Lennert competed for New Mexico State from 2012-16, earning WAC Swimmer of the Year honors as a senior.
Thanks to the rare midseason addition of a paid coaching position, the Stanford Cardinal women have added Kim Brackin to their coaching staff.
Mykenzie Leehy resigned last week as head coach of the women’s swimming team at College of Saint Mary (CSM), an NAIA program located in Omaha, Nebraska.
Schimmel joins the Miami-OH staff after most recently spending time in Georgia. Schimmel was the head coach of Maryland before the program was cut in 2012.
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