Former Kentucky head coach Lars Jorgensen has been placed in the U.S. Center for SafeSport’s disciplinary database for unspecified allegations of misconduct.
New Michigan head coach Matt Bowe led the Wolverines to a strong showing at the UGA Fall Invitational last weekend, showing early signs of progress.
Addison Reese’s lifetime best in the 200-yard butterfly (1:56.93) would have barely missed the A-final at last season’s SEC Championships.
The Wildcats are losing all of their NCAA scorers from last season and also have five swimmers in the NCAA transfer portal.
Lars Jorgensen was paid a $75,000 settlement before resigning in June — significantly less than the $402,500 left on his contract through the 2024-25 season.
Caitlin Hamilton’s departure from Illinois State to Kentucky leaves the Redbirds without a head coach less than two weeks before classes start.
After initially committing to Kentucky this spring, Nitro’s Avery Mehok has changed her commitment to Auburn for the 2024-2025 season.
Princeton women’s swimming and diving head coach Bret Lundgaard is returning to the SEC as the next leader of Kentucky’s combined program.
After one season as a volunteer assistant at Kentucky, Scott Stern is headed to the University of Cincinnati as an assistant for the new Big 12 program.
Breckin Gormley announced her transfer from Kentucky to South Carolina last month, leaving the Wildcats for an SEC rival after just one year in Lexington.
Jorgensen offered a brief statement after resigning from his post after a 10-year stint as the head coach at Kentucky.
Kentucky head swim coach Lars Jorgensen resigned Wednesday after more than a decade in Lexington, sparking a national search for his replacement.
In the comments, former Kentucky swimmers including Riley Gaines and Kaitlynn Wheeler praised Gati for defending their head coach amid the recent turbulence.
Sources tell SwimSwam that University of Kentucky head swimming and diving coach Lars Jorgensen has been away from the pool deck since the beginning of May.
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