Most recently, Ptasnik served as a volunteer assistant coach at Stanford University, primarily working with the Cardinal women’s team.
Bottom will join the Royals in August to help bolster the program as it continues its transition into the NCAA’s Division I.
Lau has been promoted to the senior associate head coach, while Eriksson is now the associate head coach.
Dugdale led the Queens (NC) swimming program to its first win as a Division I institution over the weekend against Davidson.
Competitor and Queens have had a strong relationship since 2013, including developing gold-colored lane lanes to show school colors at Queens’ home pool.
Gearing joins Catawba College after spending last year as an assistant coach at Florida State University.
Fresh off their 8th consecutive BMC Championship title win, Queens University of Charlotte has gained a verbal commitment from North Carolina native Shanahan
Queens University is the dominant swimming program in NCAA Division II athletics, and the school plans to vote on a possible move to Division I.
In the past year, swim clubs and universities across the country have used Restoic for Teams as a holistic approach to peak performance and mental wellness.
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Mark Gangloff is having early success at North Carolina but could the lure of his alma mater be enough to pull him back to The Plains?
The CSCAA has announced its NCAA Division II award winners and All-Americans for the 2020-21 season.
Jeff Dugdale, Joel Shinofield and Mike Stromberg are the three finalists for the National Collegiate Scholastic Trophy.
Coming off of a dominant performance by both the men’s and women’s team at last month’s NCAA Division II Swimming & Diving Championships, Queen’s University of Charlotte is this week’s BSN Sports Swim Team of the Week.
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