Three of Indiana’s assistant coaches, Chitwood, Long, and Weber, raced the 200 free after losing a bet with Blake Pieroni about the event last fall.
“Although my departure isn’t super timely, we’ve both benefited from the experience,” the veteran coach Skinner said in a statement to SwimSwam.
Among the many last-minute changes the LA Current has been implementing, team member Leah Smith has suddenly pulled out due to a neck injury.
With the additions of Jonty Skinner from Alabama, Cory Chitwood from Arizona, Emily Eaton from Mizzou, and now John Long from Queens, the staff is set
Six Division I head coach positions remain open as the wild NCAA offseason finally starts to slow down.
The University of Arizona will fill one of its open assistant coaching positions, hiring current University of the Pacific head coach Peter Richardson.
After following her longtime coach Chitwood from Virginia to Arizona, Smith will not go to Indiana, where he was named an assistant last month.
While in Bloomington, SwimSwam sat down with IU head coach Ray Looze to ask about how IU would integrate their new coaches into the already successful culture.
Gabhart is the second Indiana freshman from Bloomington South High School to seek a transfer.
Chitwood, best known for his success with Olympic distance swimmer Leah Smith, will join Ray Looze’s staff in Bloomington.
After a slow start to the NCAA offseason, we’ve seen an influx of hires in the last week.
Dunleavy will pursue other interests after two years with Cal.
Both Chitwood (center) and Botsford (right) joined Augie Busch’s staff when he was appointed head coach in August 2017.
Virginia seems to have done well by stealing an assistant from a conference rival. Will UNC learn from them and go after Tyler Fenwick?
Leah Smith is making her LC debut this season at the Mesa Pro Series.