Duke’s 2018-19 slate includes four dual meets against ACC opponents, as well as fall trips to the Big Al Invite in Princeton, N.J., and the Tennessee Invitational in Knoxville, Tenn.
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Duke swimming and diving head coach Dan Colella announced the signing of five-year-old Brodie Curtis at a press conference held at Taishoff Aquatics Pavilion this week.
Duke University head swimming and diving coach Dan Colella announced Thursday the addition of Alex Henderson and Matt Ventura to the program’s coaching staff. Henderson joins the Blue Devils as an assistant coach working with the swimmers, while Ventura will work with head diving coach Nunzio Esposto and the team’s divers as a volunteer assistant.
The Duke swimming and diving program, led by head coach Dan Colella, released its schedule for the 2017-18 campaign Friday. Highlights of…
Duke head swimming and diving coach Dan Colella has announced that assistant coach Doak Finch has been elevated to the position of associate head…
RALEIGH, NC – William Peace University is proud to announce the addition of Men’s and Women’s Swimming to its athletics roster….
Duke Swim Camp is specifically designed for the swimmer wanting to learn elite level techniques and training skills.
Doak Finch has now been named the assistant coach at Duke University.
Nine Division I swimming & diving programs will host connected and competing fund-raiser meets throughout the month of October, with proceeds going to each program’s breast cancer charity of choice.
The Blue Devils welcome UNC Wilmington to Durham Saturday at 11 a.m. before hosting ACC opponent Virginia Tech Sunday at 11 a.m.
Coach Dan Colella: “Butterfly can be an incredibly strong event for us. We have some great flyers returning both in the 100 and 200.”
The Blue Devil men and women were led by several rookies in the backstroke events last season, and will look to place even more of a focus on the event in 2014-15.
After qualifying the first relay in women’s program history to the NCAA Championship last spring, head coach Dan Colella and the Duke men and women will look to continue the development of young talent in the sprint lanes this season.
“We’re thrilled to have Ashley back working with us,” said Duke Head Coach Dan Colella. “She has a very storied history with Duke swimming and is one of the individuals that really helped us put the program back on the national scene.”