University of Tennessee associate head coach Lance Asti will step down from his coaching role to focus on outside professional interests.
This includes being aware of his body language, letting athletes decide what success means to them, and straying away from anger as a coaching method.
Tennessee has reloaded dramatically, with 9 swimmers currently projected to score NCAA points. All five of the Volunteer relays rank in the top 7 nationally.
There was no NCAA Division I Swimming & Diving National Championship meet in 2020, but if there were, Todd DeSorbo had his team lined up to win – on the back of a freshman superstar.
The defending SEC Champion Tennessee Volunteers women will kick off their season with an intrasquad meet in about 2 weeks.
“We looked for athletes with more versatility, athletes that loved to work and compete and athletes that would look for any possible way to improve.”
Former Michigan Wolverine Ali Deloof has announced she will be making the move from training with Team Elite to Tennessee Elite.
A message on the Tennessee Twitter account on Monday reads: “He is doing just fine…. we are not worried at all… (pls send help)”
Erika Brown was named Female Swimmer of the Year for the second straight season after winning six conference titles and leading the Vols to the team victory.
Kredich has started thinking up new ways to get his athletes moving outside of the water, and how those ways could benefit them in the water.
Tennessee head coach Matt Kredich saw from the beginning of the season that the Lady Vols had their sights firmly set on winning the school’s first SEC title.
The Tennessee women have made history, winning their first ever team title at the 2020 SEC Swimming and Diving Championships.
In our poll of top contenders, 45.8% picked Tennessee to win women’s SECs in what would be the first SEC title in program history.
Tennessee Athletics announced its 2019-20 swimming and diving slate, with six home events and regular-season meetings against the nation’s top programs.
Kredich has been a head swimming coach at Tennessee for 14 seasons, and his new contract will bring his average annual salary to $214,000.