Reese has built an incredible legacy at the University of Texas, leading the men’s team to unparalleled excellence.
Before Texas, before the 40-straight conference titles and 40-straight NCAA top 10 finishes, Eddie Reese was a part of 2 other dynasty-building eras in college swimming.
Nearly everything has changed in the sport since 1989, other than the fact that Eddie Reese was winning team titles at Texas.
Schools are considering hosting their own end-of-season meets after the NCAA canceled all remaining winter and spring championships.
Texas women’s head coach Carol Capitani discussed a number of topics at Tuesday’s press conference including the challenges of competing in the Big 12.
Head coach Eddie Reese held a press conference on Tuesday to discuss coronavirus, the upcoming NCAA Championships, and this summer’s Olympic Games.
“What got you here won’t get you there” is a common phrase you hear when climbing in your profession. And it’s no different for collegiate swim coaches.
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Joseph Schooling, medaglia d’oro olimpica di Singapore, torna ad allenarsi con l’ex allenatore Sergio Lopez per prepararsi alle prossime Olimpiadi
According to a report from the Straits Times, the Olympic champion is reuniting with his former coach in Virginia this weekend.
Coach Eddie Reese’s Texas men couldn’t have swum much better at the Minnesota Invite, and they now lead our NCAA Power Ranks.
For the remaining days of 2019, RITTER Sports Performance will be releasing episodes from the vault. These will only be available until the end of the year
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Alvin Jiang (now a Texas Longhorn after a transfer from UNC) hit a lifetime-best 100 fly at Texas’s very-fast Intrasquad meet.
Olympic champion Joseph Schooling is trying a different event on for size at this weekend’s FINA World Cup hosted in his home nation of Singapore.
At the time he announced his move to Texas, it was unclear exactly what Rooney’s NCAA plans were.
It’s official: Harvard’s Dean Farris has announced his plans to take an Olympic redshirt for the 2019-2020 NCAA season.