Bill Wadley

Former Ohio State Head Coach Bill Wadley Dies

Former Ohio State swimming & diving head coach and ASCA CEO Bill Wadley has died after a bout with pancreatic cancer.


Former Ohio St Head Coach Bill Wadley Has “Aggressive Pancreatic Cancer”

Wadley, who served as the CEO of the American Swimming Coaches’ Association until January 2021, has an “aggressive form of pancreatic cancer.”


ASCA Hires Jennifer LaMont as the First Female CEO in Organization’s History

LaMont, who worked with teachers unions and other professional sports organization’s in Florida, is the organization’s 3rd CEO in 16 months.


Bill Wadley Resigns As ASCA CEO

Bill Wadley is no longer the CEO for the American Swimming Coaches Association (ASCA), a source close to the organization tell SwimSwam.


Former Ohio State Swim Coach Owns Home Where Man Was Killed By Columbus Police

Police shot and killed Andre Hill in December at a Columbus, Ohio home owned by former Ohio State swim coach Bill Wadley, according to local reports.


ASCA Hires Bill Wadley as Organization’s New Executive Director

The American Swimming Coaches’ Association has hired Bill Wadley as the organization’s Executive Director, effective October 15.


Des Moines YMCA Hires Bill Wadley as Director of Youth Swim Program

Former Ohio State coach Bill Wadley didn’t stay retired for long. Wadley announced his retirement from his duties as the head…


Ohio State To Combine Men’s and Women’s Programs Under Bill Dorenkott

With longtime men’s head coach Bill Wadley retiring, Ohio State will combine its men’s and women’s swim and dive programs under current women’s head coach Bill Dorenkott.


Ohio State Men’s Head Coach Bill Wadley Announces Retirement

Ohio State’s Bill Wadley will retire with a 253-42 dual meet record.


Buckeye Alum Michael Hulme Returns To Columbus As New Assistant Coach

The Ohio State Buckeyes have added former standout Michael Hulme back onto its roster – this time as the program’s new assistant coach.

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The Ohio State University Adds Dustin Tynes To Verbal Commitments

Dustin Tynes from Tennessee will head north up to Columbus next year to swim for the Buckeyes. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning)

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The Ohio State University Earns Verbal From Texas Native Brayden Seal

Bryaden Seal has given his verbal commitment to be a Buckeye in 2014. (Photo Credit:

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The Ohio State University Men and Women Win a Border Battle With University of Kentucky

The Ohio State University starts off their season 1-0 while on the road across the border to University of Kentucky (Photo Credit: Amanda Smith)

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US Open Photo Vault Day 4

Day 4 featured more fast swimming and fun times in Southern California. (photo: Mike Lewis, Ola Vista Photography)


Ohio State Hires Former NCAA Champion; Cincy Marlins Coach Dave Rollins

Former Arizona All-American Dave Rollins will join the Buckeyes next season.