Arhthur Albliero’s (left) appointment as 2018 Pan Pacs women’s head coach made him the 12th-and-final coach eligible to lead the 2020 U.S. Olympic Team. The Pan Pac men’s coach Ray Looze, right, is also eligible.
Looze mentioned that he is a big walker, and invites both coaches and athletes to walk and converse with him so he is able to get to know them and vice versa
Indiana head coach Ray Looze is one of the hottest coaches in the country thanks to success of the Hoosiers’ men’s, women’s, and pro groups.
Of the 6 programs to earn top 10 finishes at both women’s and men’s NCAAs, only three are a combined program with a shared staff. Ray Looze and his Indiana Hoosiers were the standouts of that bunch.
At the 2018 Men’s NCAA Championships, watch as the College Swimming Coaches Association of America presents Caeleb Dressel with the Swimmer of the Year award
Hear the top quotes from the media scrum at the 2018 Men’s NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships
The awards keep rolling in for Indiana men’s swimming and diving, as a trio of Hoosiers earned yearly Big Ten awards on Tuesday.
After a spirited effort from his relatively small-but-talented crew, Indiana coach Ray Looze was named CSCAA Coach of the Year for 2018 men’s NCAAs.
With one day of racing to go, it’s still Indiana leading team points. They are 19 points up on Texas and 33.5 ahead of Cal, with NC State and Florida mostly relegated to fighting for the 3-5 spots tomorrow
Indiana defended its top spot, going 3:01.07 for the NCAA title in a blowout win.
Indiana’s reigning champ Lilly King led from start to finish in heat 6, turning in 59.76 halfway. King won by a body length in 2:05.49
For the second time this weekend, a backstroker was granted a re-swim.
King trailed Eastern Michigan’s Delaney Duncan through the front half, but surged ahead on the last lap to win it in 57.35
Indiana University Head Coach Ray Looze is pretty happy with how the Hoosier men performed at the 2018 Men’s Big Ten Championships last week, but the NCAA Championships is still on the horizon.
Indiana University Head Coach Ray Looze took a few minutes following last night’s session to fill us in on how the two early victories set the team up for the rest of Big Ten’s, and where the team wants to be at NCAAs.