Brazilian Marcelo Chierighini will make the international move and join Kevin Cordes, Chuck Katis, and a diverse group of other Auburn post-grads in Blacksburg.
Star Auburn freshman Hugo Gonzalez will follow coach Sergio Lopez to his new position at Virginia Tech, transferring for the upcoming season.
SwimSwam caught up with Auburn Head Coach Gary Taylor after a couple packed weeks in his new role.
Former Auburn standout and South African Olympian Gideon Louw will be returning to his alma mater, leaving the University of Minnesota to join head coach Gary Taylor’s new staff in Auburn.
Brett Hawke will be one of the Brazilian coaches at the 2018 Pan Pacific Championships.
Almost two-thirds of respondents said they favored Virginia Tech’s hiring of Sergio Lopez as its new head coach over the hiring of Gary Taylor to take over at Lopez’s former team, Auburn.
World Champs team member and 13-time NCAA All-American Zach Apple will transfer to Indiana University for his final year of collegiate eligibility after three at Auburn.
Auburn University is expected to name current NC State associate head coach Gary Taylor as the Tigers’ new head coach, according to sources close to the program
In a year that seems to have more high-level Division I head coach openings than usual, 11 programs are still without head coaches for next season.
Nearly 60% of voters predicted that current assistant Sergio Lopez would be the next head coach at Auburn University.
More than a quarter of voters selected the 200 free as the most fun event to watch, beating a field of five other events by more than 30 votes.
Brett Hawke and Sergio Lopez come together to lead the Auburn Swim Camps along with a staff of highly qualified, accomplished, and enthusiastic coaches, counselors and collegiate swimmers.
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2009 NCAA Coach of the Year Brett Hawke has resigned.
“I had to just see what’s beyond the thing I’ve been doing,” says 28-year-old Bruno Fratus on his recent coaching change.
After an opening month in which it played host to four teams over three home meets, the Auburn swimming and diving program is on the road for the first time this weekend, traveling to South Carolina for a Saturday dual meet in Columbia.