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University of Connecticut head men’s and women’s swimming coach Bob Goldberg, who is entering his 29th year at UConn and 46th year in coaching overall, has announced that he will retire following the 2016-17 season.
Priscilla Barletta hired as an assistant coach for the UConn Huskies.
The UConn men’s and women’s swimming and diving programs released their 2015-16 schedules on Tuesday, announcing 15 events and six home meets.
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“The strength of our men’s team showed today,” Head Coach Goldberg said. “We were able to swim our men’s swim team in several secondary events, which will be very beneficial as the year moves on.”
“We were mostly happy with the results in terms of a scrimmage format,” Connecticut swimming coach Bob Goldberg said. “We used this meet as preparation for the West Point meet ahead next week.”
UConn head coach Steve Goldberg has been elected the president of the new-look AAC.
UCONN head coach Bob Goldberg shares a simple pyramid set in today’s Coach’s Intel.