Greg Meehan and Dave Durden have been tabbed as the head’s women’s and men’s coaches for the 2019 USA World Championships team.
Both Chitwood (center) and Botsford (right) joined Augie Busch’s staff when he was appointed head coach in August 2017.
Fresh off their 3rd-straight women’s NCAA Championships title, the Stanford Cardinal are this week’s BSN Sports Swim Team of the Week.
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The 2019 Women’s NCAA Championships had some fantastic highlights. Hear these topics covered in our Top 25 (+1) Quotes from the media room at the 2019 NCAA Championships.
Coach Meehan is an extremely busy and successful coach. He was recently named the Women’s Head Coach for USA Swimming’s Olympic Team for 2020. He’s just led the Lady Cardinals to three-peat as national champions and along with top two finishes, five out of the last six years!
Meehan admits that the Stanford coaches asked more of Ella Eastin this year as a leader as well as a top swimmer than they ever had before
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Stanford was keyed to the win byits stellar freshman class. The Stanford freshmen scored 127 individual points, 34 more than the next best class
Stanford has mathematically eliminated Cal from NCAA title contention.
SwimSwam’s Jack Spitser was on deck to capture all of the exciting day 4 prelims action.
Following USA Swimming’s announcement last week that Cal’s Dave Durden and Stanford’s Greg Meehan would serve as the 2020 US Olympic…
This month, we’re recounting the top performers and performances of the year 2018. Keep track of all of our Swammy Award winners here, with links out to full Swammy Award stories and honorable mentions.
Durden’s men won two individual and three relay gold medals at the 2018 Pan Pacific Championships, including a backstroke sweep from Ryan Murphy.
A loaded Stanford roster took the lead and never looked back at NCAAs, winning by 220 points – the third-largest margin of victory in NCAA women’s swimming history. And Stanford’s sweep of all five relays was just the third relay sweep in women’s NCAA history.
Stanford still leads handily with unanimous #1 votes, but the trio behind them are as close as can be.