We talked with Olympic Coach Jack Bauerle of the University of Georiga, on how he’s had so much success producing swimmers who excel in the IM events.
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It’s the goal of many coaches: become a head coach at a college program, especially at the Division I level. But what does it really entail to get there? What key factors are often overlooked by applicants interviewing for their first head coach position?
Former head coach Scott Teeters was hired in July 2018 and is no longer listed on the school’s website.
Dean Farris did his best Dean Farris impression at last year’s Ivy League Championship meet. But if he can be less Dean Farris this year, that may allow him to unleash maximum Dean Farris at NCAAs.
My favorite storyline from last week’s conference championship meets? Maxime Rooney’s new trajectory as a butterflier.
Braden Holloway has a new-look coaching staff. After injuries plagued the Wolfpack last year, they look back on track in 2019.
After missing most of his freshman season due to an eligibility issue, the sophomore former NCAA finalist Almeida is heading home to train for Tokyo 2020.
Mike Simpson has been added as an assistant coach with the South Carolina Gamecocks.
Purdue head swim coach Dan Ross dropped an unofficial announcement this morning that Purdue will be hosting an “all star meet” between the Big Ten and ACC on November 9th-11th.
NC State has filled the void in its coaching staff, hiring on South Carolina assistant and longtime Virginia head coach Mark Bernardino.
fter finishing second at the men’s 2016 NCAA Championships, Durden put five swimmers on the American men’s Olympic team, all of which went on to make an Olympic final.
Bridger Bell has been appointed the Columbus North varsity swimming coach for the 2015-16 season, athletic director Jeff Hester announced Tuesday (June 2).
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Lauren Perdue: “This has been a tough decision, but despite my strong desire to compete, my body has had enough.”
Longtime UVA coach Mark Bernardino landed himself an associate head coaching position at the Univeristy of South Carolina, looking to shake up the SEC powerhouse.
Former UVA head coach Mark Bernardino has landed on a pool deck not too far away from the pool that he called home for 35 years.