Swimming New Zealand has confirmed that its current short course 1500m world record holder, Lauren Boyle, is now training under Australia’s Denis Cotterell.
The Bolles School Sharks, one of the nation’s most well-known high school and club swimming programs, has officially named its new Head Coach and Aquatics Director, promoting assistant coach Jon Sakovich.
Division II Alderson Broaddus University has hired a new head coach, luring Payton Brooks away from the Bolles School, where he had served as an assistant coach for two seasons.
Tony Cox, who swam for both Auburn and Cal, is now the Head Coach of the Ukiah Dolphins.
Alex de la Pena has been named assistant coach at UNC Wilmington.
Brown University announced three big additions to its coaching staff this week, naming Chris Dart the men’s assistant, Sam Speroni the women’s assistant and Sydnee Lindblom as a volunteer assistant.
The Notre Dame women’s swimming & diving program has found its new assistant coach, promoting Ryan Von Gunten, who spent the summer as the team’s operations intern.
Western State University Colorado has picked up a familiar name to fill its coaching opening: former Arizona and Wisconsin assistant Geoff Hanson.
Mike Bottom & co. have a new diving coach, Mission Viejo and Team USA coach Mike Hilde.
Pennsylvania’s Upper MainLine YMCA has hired a new head coach, making Louis Petto just the fourth in program history.
Head Coach Pascal Molinard has announced Campbell Swimming record-holder Cheriesse Campbell as an assistant coach.
Y-Spartaquatics has filled its head coaching vacancy by promoting from within, as Ted Pierson, the site director for the team’s second site, will now take over as head coach of the program.
Sources tell us that an announcement from the University of Notre Dame is expected to be made later today announcing Tim Welsh as the new Interim Head Coach of the women’s program.
The Somerset Valley YMCA of New Jersey has promoted from within, tabbing swim coach Dan Roth to take over as Director of Competitive Aquatics to replace the departed Matt Donovan.
The Albright College Lions, four-time defending MAC champs on the men’s side, have signed on Michael Hay as their new head coach for both the men’s and women’s programs, the school announced yesterday.