Caskey heads to Palo Alto after four seasons serving as an assistant at Wisconsin.
Geoff Hanson, who has stops at Wisconsin and Arizona on his resume, will be leaving the Division II Colorado Mesa in order to take the head coaching job at Southern Illinois.
Chitwood, best known for his success with Olympic distance swimmer Leah Smith, will join Ray Looze’s staff in Bloomington.
Gardner-Webb University today announced that former assistant Mike Blum will return and take over the program.
After a slow start to the NCAA offseason, we’ve seen an influx of hires in the last week.
The University of North Carolina has hired Mark Gangloff to lead its men’s and women’s swim & dive programs, replacing the resigned Rich DeSelm.
Harting’s prior experiences are as a summer league coach and as a graduate assistant with Wittenberg University in Ohio.
Former Virginia Tech skipper Ned Skinner will continue to coach at the college level in the state of Virginia: he’ll be named the head coach at Division III Hollins University in Roanoke, Virginia.
Schemmel comes to Stanford after three seasons at the helm of Hawai’i’s program and five as an assistant at Wisconsin.
Kevin Norman is one of two Division I coaching hires that were announced on Monday.
Another coaching domino has fallen with even more ripple effects elsewhere in the NCAA: Illinois State has hired Indiana University assistant Caitlin Hamilton as the new head coach of their women’s swimming & diving program. That move also leaves Indiana down three assistants from last year’s staff.
Hood will be taking over the program after the untimely death of the previous Head Coach, Sam Freas, who started the OBU program in 2011.
Carol Withus was a 6-time conference coach of the year in her 26 seasons leading Old Dominion.
19-year-old European Championships medalist Ilaria Cusinato has decided to change up her coach just 2 months out from this summer’s World Championships.
Coley Stickels was announced as the new head coach at Alabama last week – check out the remaining DI vacancies here.