After the successful first year fundraiser for breast cancer through Breast 4 Breasts, TNAQ head coach Marshall Goldman was very…
David Marsh and Ray Looze selected as head coaches of Team USA in Doha
The University of Tennessee and Tennessee Pilot Aquatics Club (TNAQ) are pairing up for a second year in a row…
“Over the past 2 years Matt has collaborated with Coach Bill Boomer to improve his swimmers’ biomechanics in the water. They focused a lot on creating better posture in the water.”
Tennesse Alum and National Team member Brad Craig has taken on a whole new approach to breaststroke since his professional career took off. Here’s a little inside scoop with the Midland, MI native from a fellow Midland, MI native.
University of Tennessee’s state of the art facility is hosting Tennessee Aquatics’ Southern Premier meet this weekend.
We’ve spent the last two weeks honoring the best and brightest of 2013. Here’s the final awards list.
This guest column was provided by and is courtesy of VASA, a SwimSwam partner, and Matt Kredich, the 2013 Swammy Award winning College Coach of the Year.
Matt Kredich’s Tennessee Volunteers took huge leaps forward in 2013, moving from underdogs to legitimate powerhouse.
“An often asked question is whether strength training is safe for young athletes. According to the Mayo Clinic and many other sources, the answer is a resounding Yes! but with a few important caveats…”
The event was in honor of Matt Kredich’s wife Kim who was diagnosed with breast cancer two months ago. Coach Kredich and Marshall Goldman led the breastrokers in a clinic that was followed by a 15 minute breastroke swim in support of the fight against breast cancer. The clinic attracted 160 people ranging from 7 to 79 years of age.
Senior Lindsay Gendron and freshman Heather Lundstrom helped the white team dominate the orange on Friday.
Sam McHugh (right) with his coach Dan Flack (left) of the Baylor School.
Tennessee’s 2013 Women’s NCAA Champions in the 200 Freestyle Relay – Caroline Simmons, Faith Johnson, Lindsay Gendron, Kelsey Floyd – stand out amongst the field in speed but also in technique.
After a record 3rd-place finish at last year’s NCAA Championship meet, the Tennessee women have joined the party on recruiting the class of 2014.