Reed Robelot will make a return to collegiate coaching as he has accepted a coaching position with Miami University (Ohio). Robelot will serve as an associate head coach with the Redhawks.
Robelot signed a one year, $52,000 contract with Miami University.
Robelot most recently served as the head coach and program director of Tiger Aquatics based out of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Prior to that, he served as the head coach of the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay Phoenix, before resigning to take over the LSU-based club team. Robelot spent 4 seasons as the head coach for Green Bay and was able to elevate the men’s team to a 3rd-place showing at the Horizon League Championships.
Robelot has a significant amount of collegiate coaching experience. From 2010-2015, Robelot served as an assistant coach for Virginia Tech. While in Blacksburg, Robelot helped guide the Hokies to succeed at the conference and national levels. These accolades include ACC Championships and All-American honors across individual and relay performances.
Robelot also had stints as the head assistant coach at Western Kentucky (2007-2010) and the volunteer assistant at Houston (2006).
Miami University is a Division I mid-major school that competes out of the Mid-American Conference (MAC). The Miami Redhawks are a combined program led by head coach Hollie Bonewit-Cron.
Last season, the men’s team won the 2021 Mid-American Conference Championships, which was their 2nd title in 3 years. The women’s team finished in 3rd out of 8 collegiate teams.
In addition to being the head coach of LSU’s men’s and women’s swim programs, Rick Bishop has taken on the role as the new owner of Tiger Aquatics Swim Club. Jeannine Elise Malbrough, who’s been with Tiger Aquatics since 2007, has been appointed as the new head coach.