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Kevin Swander Promoted to Associate Head Coach at South Carolina

South Carolina head coach McGee Moody has promoted Kevin Swander to associate head coach after eight seasons as an assistant.


South Carolina Heads to Atlanta for Final Dual Meet

South Carolina men’s and women’s swimming and diving will compete in the final dual meet of the season for each team on Saturday beginning at 11 a.m., as they travel to Georgia Tech.

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South Carolina Adds Mike Simpson As New Assistant Coach

Mike Simpson has been added as an assistant coach with the South Carolina Gamecocks.


South Carolina Hires Pam Swander as New Assistant Coach

The University of South Carolina has hired Pam Swander as a new assistant coach for its men’s and women’s swim teams….


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Sprint Specialist Jordan MacDonald to Join South Carolina

The versatile MacDonald should contribute in many ways to the Gamecocks

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South Carolina Gets Pumped Up in Style

South Carolina head swim coach McGee Moody thinks that his Gamecocks have the best pump-up video in the NCAA. With…

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USA WUG Open Water Rosters, Coaching Changes, Non-Olympic Events Announced

Emily Brunemann was one of four swimmers named to the 2013 World University Games roster. (Photo: Tim Binning/


South Carolina Adds Kevin Swander to Staff; Boosts in Breaststroke and Sprints Possible

South Carolina joins many of their SEC foes by adding a big-name pro swimmer to their coaching staff. (Photo Courtesy; ©Tim Binning/

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Sprint News 7/9/12: Former VaTech Swimmer Injured; South Carolina Hires New Assistant

Greg Morgan (front, right) accepting his 200 medley ACC Championship award with teammates (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/

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