High school junior Nick Albiero has committed to swim for his dad Arthur at the University of Louisville.
Soon after their viral “airport training” video, the swimming videographers at Louisville are at it again, this time documenting their winter training trip to Sarasota, Florida.
All-American Louisville breaststroker Kameron Chastain will be rejoining the Cardinal program as the team’s new assistant coach.
Louisville set a goal to finish top 10 at the end of the season and blew it away with a sixth place finish as a team.
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University of Louisville Men and Women put up solid effort on Day 1 of the unique Quad Meet in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
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USA Swimming has announced rosters for its 2014 Zone Select Camps, bringing together rising age group athletes from within each zone to work with the some of the area’s standout coaches.
Kelsi Worrell was the NCAA runner-up in the 100 fly and also finaled in the 200 fly for Louisville.
“We are looking forward to represent U of L at the Women’s NCAA Championships,” Head Coach Arthur Albiero said, “We have had a fantastic season led by a special group of seniors who have been catalysts in setting the vision and goals for our program, and now we are ready to display our preparation.”
“The challenge for today was progression, not perfection, but certainly progression. A lot of people improved tremendously,” said U of L head coach Arthur Albiero.
The Louisville men swept the meet and the women won 14 of 16 events in an early tune-up for three AAC teams at the venue that will host the AAC Championships.