With longtime Texas head coach Eddie Reese announcing his retirement, here’s a speculative list of candidates for a team with 15 NCAA titles.
We’re back this week with swimming’s TopTenTweets presented by Arena, where we round up the best of the swimming Twitterverse.
Minakov se entrena actualmente como parte de las concentraciones de la Selección Nacional de Rusia en el lago Krugloye con el entrenador Sergei Chepik.
The 3-time defending NCAA Champions from Stanford are still expecting to train on campus this fall, even as instruction at the school goes mostly remote for the first quarter.
World champion backstroker and #1-ranked NCAA prospect Regan Smith will take a gap year from college competition in 2020-2021.
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.
Paul Violich (left) established in 2017 an endowment for the Stanford women’s head swimming coach position, currently held by Greg Meehan (right).
Meehan and Schemmel explained what an endowment was, where theirs came from, and the impact it has on an athletics program.
2020 Olympic Head Coach for the Women’s Swim team Greg Meehan took the time to walk SwimSwam through what moving into the now 2021 Olympic year will look like
After leading Stanford to its fourth consecutive Women’s Pac-12 title, Greg Meehan discussed how this one felt different than the others.
Stanford had several first-time individual champions at this meet. In fact, every single swimming champion for the Cardinal had never won individually before.
Meehan coached his swimmers to 9 medals at the 2019 FINA World Championships. That included 3 individual medals and 6 relay medals.
Keep track of all of our Swammy Award winners here, with links out to full Swammy Award stories and honorable mentions for all categories.
Each day, for the remaining days of 2019, RITTER Sports Performance will be releasing episodes of the Swim Coaches Base Podcast from the vault.
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Your 2019 Swammy winner for Women’s NCAA Coach of the Year is Teri McKeever, who guided the Bears to a tight runner-up finish at the 2019 NCAAs.