Together, the University of Tennessee’s men’s and women’s teams rose a combined 11 spots in our post-invite Power Rankings after breakout performances at home.
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Christian Hanselmann will return to Tennessee as an assistant coach, head coach Matt Kredich announced on Thursday. This will be…
The University of Tennessee has dipped into the club swimming realm to fill its assistant coaching vacancy, getting Dynamo coach Rich Murphy.
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The Ohio State Buckeyes announced that their men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams would be combining beginning in the…
Knoxville, Tennessee free/flyer Miles Kredich will be a SCAD Bee next year.
Australia will need to do more than emulate the United States if it wants to thrive in 2020
The University of Tennessee brought together all 16 of its head coaches, including swimming & diving coach Matt Kredich, for a joint press conference about campus culture on the heels of a federal lawsuit filed against the school on allegations of a “hostile sexual environment.”
“I’m incredibly excited to join Tennessee. With its great combination of athletics and studies I believe it’s a place where I can reach my goals. It has fantastic facilities and an awesome coaching team. Go Vols!” -Australian sprinter Braga Verhage
Meghan Small, the top-ranked high school senior in the nation, has made her college selection, verbally committing to the Tennessee Volunteers over the weekend.
Tennessee hit some major adversity at the 2015 NCAA Championships, but a small graduating class and a big-time incoming transfer provide high hopes for 2016.
All-American backstroker, Kira Toussaint, will be transferring to the University to Tennessee. Toussaint is the Dutch record holder in the women’s 100 scm backstroke and is also the daughter of 1984 Olympic Gold Medalist, Jolanda de Rover.