Greg Meehan

Taylor Ruck Opts Out of Canadian Trials

After a busy NCAA season, Ruck will take a break from competing to prioritize her long-term goal of Paris 2024. She plans to race at Mare Nostrum in May.


Stanford Sweeps Women’s Pac-12 Swimming Postseason Awards For The Second Year In A Row

Sophomore Torri Huske was named the 2023 Women’s Pac-12 Swimmer of the Year for her performances at both Pac-12s and NCAAs.

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Overreacting To Day 1 Of The 2023 NCAA Division I Women’s Championships

As shown by their drops in the 200 medley and 800 free relays, the Dave Durden effect is showing for the Cal women at this NCAA Championships.


2022 SWAMMY Awards: SwimSwam’s Top 10 Most-Listened To Podcasts of the Year

David Popovici (above) discussing his 100 freestyle world record checks in as #2 on our list of Top 10 Podcast episodes.


Practice + Pancakes: Stanford Women Go Thursday PM 400 IM, Underwater Work

Typically at this time in the week, the Stanford women split into 3 groups: Distance, 400 IM, and Underwater.


ASCA Awards Anthony Nesty Coach of the Year, MC Banks Age Group Coach of the Year

ASCA has recognized Anthony Nesty as the George Haines Coach of the Year, and MC Banks as the Fitter and Faster Age Group Coach of the Year.


ASCA Announces Six Nominees for 2022 Coach of the Year

On September 8th, the ASCA will be announcing the winner of the 2022 George Haines Coach of the Year award from the six nominated coaches.


Greg Meehan Shares Perspective on Regan Smith’s Departure from Stanford

Meehan is candid as he shares his disappointment and sadness to see Smith leave, not only as an athlete but as a teammate and friend to everyone on the team


A Brief History of Female Swimmers Turning Pro Early & Forgoing NCAA Eligibility

Regan Smith is the latest in a long line of female swimmers who have turned pro early, and history shows us it’s a decision that doesn’t always work out.


World Record Holder Regan Smith To Leave Stanford, Turn Pro & Join Bob Bowman

Smith is leaving the Cardinal after racing just one season in the NCAA, having won the national title last year in the women’s 200 backstroke.


Torri Huske Uses New Breathing Pattern to Break 50 Fly American Record

American Torri Huske has been on fire so far in Budapest, and a technical change seems to have helped supercharge her 50 fly.


NCAA Champion Taylor Ruck to Return to Stanford Next Year

NCAA Champion Taylor Ruck will spend her last season of collegiate competition at Stanford while completing her undergraduate education.


USA Swimming Names 5 Assistant Coaches for 2022 World Championships

For the second straight year, Ron Aitken (above) has put three swimmers on the United States’ primary long course roster. This year, he was rewarded with an official spot on staff.


With Chase Kreitler Hire at Pitt, Two Coaching Trees Grow a Little Fuller

Chase Kreitler’s most recent boss, Dave Durden, has a growing coaching tree. His prior boss, Eddie Reese, is really just beginning that part of his legacy.


Pac-12 Announces 2022 Women’s Swimming & Diving Postseason Awards

Pac-12 champion Stanford swept the swimming honors as Regan Smith was voted Swimmer and Freshman of the Year and Greg Meehan won Coach of the Year.

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