Catherine Kase

SwimSwam Podcast: Catherine Kase, 2020 Women in Aquatic Sports Award Winner

Kase is the first woman to serve twice (2016 & 2020-21) as an Olympic Head Coach, in addition to head coaching at 4 FINA World Championships

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Olympic Trials Standards To Remain Intact; U.S. Olympic Coaches Reconfirmed

The time standards for the 2021 Olympic Trials will remain intact, at least through December 31, with the possibility of getting faster after that date.


US National Team Member Erica Sullivan Decommits from USC

Sullivan, a longtime contender in open water as well as rising distance star in the pool, said in March she was waiting on USC’s head coach hire to decide.


USC’s Catherine Kase Moves to Boise, Will Focus on Open Water Through 2021

Kase, the 2021 Olympic open water coach for Team USA, will see that role through then “see what the universe holds” regarding further coaching plans.


Northwestern’s Jeremy Kipp Returns to USC as Head Coach

Kipp, a former assistant at USC for eight seasons, will succeed Dave Salo as the program’s next head coach, sources told SwimSwam.


SwimSwam’s Top 3 (Wildly Speculative) Candidates for USC Head Coaching Job

Ray Looze has a good thing going at Indiana, but is the allure of the head coaching job at his alma mater USC enough to pull him away from Bloomington?


Catherine Kase to Repeat as U.S. Olympic Open Water Head Coach in 2020

Kase, associate head coach at USC, served as the United States’ open water head coach at Rio 2016 as well as for four FINA World Championships.


Team USA Coaching Appointments: Where are the Women?

Following USA Swimming’s announcement last week that Cal’s Dave Durden and Stanford’s Greg Meehan would serve as the 2020 US Olympic…