Harbaugh mentioned Michigan head swim Coach Mike Bottom by name while discussing athletics staff who have faced financial strain during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Gregg Troy, Mike Bottom and Teri McKeever are among the current and former college swim coaches to be selected to the CSCAA Centennial Blue Ribbon Panel.
Luis Borges has made the move to Blacksburg, Virginia to train with Sergio Lopez and the Virginia Tech-based pro group Pinnacle Racing.
With three of his swimmers already on the Olympic team, Todd DeSorbo has all but locked up a spot as a women’s team assistant in Tokyo.
On Tuesday, UC Davis announced that Matt Macedo will replace Barbara Jahn as head coach of the women’s swimming program.
McHugh was perfect in the post-season in both breaststroke events at both Big Tens and NCAAs, while Michigan won the 2021 Big Ten title.
The Michigan men successfully defended their Big Ten team title, earning their 42nd title in program history, the most in Big Ten history.
The Texas Longhorns are still waiting on Austin Katz to perform to previous levels, but if he does, the ceiling for the Texas men is a national championship.
Coach Mike Bottom and members of the swimming & diving teams have shared on social media a letter challenging Michigan’s 2-week shutdown
When you start counting the accomplishments of swimmers under Ray Looze’s umbrella at Indiana, the results start to pile up quickly.
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Michigan swept three of four postseason awards in the Big Ten for men’s swimming & diving: swimmer Felix Auboeck, diver Ross Todd and coach Mike Bottom.
University of Michigan head coach Mike Bottom was set to compete at the 1980 Moscow Olympics before the United States boycotted.
Bottom commented on how a forced time for pause can be a good thing, and what he’s been getting out of this time at home.
Your 2019 Swammy winner for Women’s NCAA Coach of the Year is Teri McKeever, who guided the Bears to a tight runner-up finish at the 2019 NCAAs.