Michigan’s Maggie MacNeil was named Women’s Swimmer of the Year, while Indiana’s Brendan Burns earned the men’s award.
Indiana Swim Camps deliver expertise from coach Ray Looze and Olympians Lilly King, Annie Lazor, Cody Miller, Zach Apple and Blake Pieroni.
Rafael Miroslaw won three individual events for the Hoosiers, sweeping the sprint free events. IU won all but one swimming event at the meet.
Jack Spitser compiled his favorite and most memorable images from the year, highlighted by the Olympic Trials and Olympic Games this summer.
The CSCAA released its collection of the 100 Greatest Coaches, a list that included greats like Eddie Reese and Teri McKeever.
The Hoosiers will welcome reigning SEC Champion Kentucky to Bloomington, and Indiana State will make the trip to compete in the women’s tri meet.
The schedule features dual meets against 10 teams that finished in the top-25 at the 2021 NCAA Championships.
Emily Eaton has been promoted to assistant head coach ahead of her 3rd season on staff at Indiana University.
Among Olympic gold medal winners, Anthony Nesty has already surpassed the coaching accomplishments of most at these Tokyo Olympics.
Indiana University held a press conference with some of their 2020 Olympians, as well as head swim coach Ray Looze and head diving coach Drew Johansen.
Team USA announced that eight assistant coaches would be joining the team in Tokyo under head coaches Dave Durden, Greg Meehan, and Catherine Kase.
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.
Lilly King, durante la conferenza stampa di presentazione dei Trials ha affermato che teme che a Tokyo ci saranno gli imbroglioni del doping
2016 Olympic gold medalist and world record holder Lilly King discussed her anti-doping stance in a pre-Trials press conference in Omaha.
The coaches will be inducted into the ASCA Hall of Fame at an awards dinner on September 16 at the ASCA World Clinic in Orlando, Florida.