The University of Minnesota swimming and diving head coach Kelly Kremer announced that Alicia Hicken-Franklin will become the newest member…
The Minnesota Golden Gophers will be adding Denver’s Alicia Hicken-Franklin to its coaching staff as associate head coach, replacing the departed Ryan Purdy.
After the surprising retirement of longtime coach Rick DeMont, the University of Arizona has a head coaching opening, one of the more high-profile job openings in recent memory in college swimming. Though we don’t know exactly what the Arizona athletic department is thinking, here’s a look at some of the top potential candidates for the job.
Former Auburn swimmer Gideon Louw has been promoted to associate head coach at the University of Minnesota.
The Ohio State Buckeyes announced that their men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams would be combining beginning in the…
With longtime men’s head coach Bill Wadley retiring, Ohio State will combine its men’s and women’s swim and dive programs under current women’s head coach Bill Dorenkott.
Recruiting is an exciting time in a swimmer’s life, but it’s time-consuming and can be overwhelming.
Interview Courtesy Minnesota Gophers The Minnesota Golden Gophers sit in 3rd place after 3 days of the 2016 Big Ten…
The University of Minnesota just landed another verbal commitment, this one from 100 breast and 200 IM state champ Tara Chapman.
The University of Minnesota Golden Gophers have updated official job titles on two of their swimming coaches, Ryan Purdy and Terry Ganley.
The Minnesota Golden Gophers have a new face on their coaching staff, but a familiar one: former volunteer assistant coach Tyler Gerst has been named Minnesota’s new assistant swimming coach.
Today’s the first day of June, but SwimSwam readers might not know that it’s also a swimming-related holiday.
Senior Drew teDuits led the Wisconsin men to their first win over Minnesota in more than a decade.
The Minnesota Golden Gophers have a verbal commitment from breaststroker Katelyn Sauder, who will join their roster next fall.
The Kentucky Wildcats had a 3.72 GPA in the spring semester to lead all Division I women’s programs.