Chitwood, best known for his success with Olympic distance swimmer Leah Smith, will join Ray Looze’s staff in Bloomington.
Skinner, current Alabama senior associate head coach, will take the new Alabama head coach Stickel’s old job at Indiana University.
Another coaching domino has fallen with even more ripple effects elsewhere in the NCAA: Illinois State has hired Indiana University assistant Caitlin Hamilton as the new head coach of their women’s swimming & diving program. That move also leaves Indiana down three assistants from last year’s staff.
Three days after Morgan Scott entered the NCAA transfer portal, freshman teammate Julia Wolf has followed suit.
Greg Meehan and Dave Durden have been tabbed as the head’s women’s and men’s coaches for the 2019 USA World Championships team.
Both Chitwood (center) and Botsford (right) joined Augie Busch’s staff when he was appointed head coach in August 2017.
Lilly King has been named the 2019 Honda Sports Award winner for swimming & diving.
The Big Ten announced on Monday the 2019 Big Ten Men’s Swimmer, Diver, Swimming Coach and Diving Coach of the Year awards, as voted on by the conference coaches.
Indiana won a whopping 3 national titles on Day 3 of NCAA competition, a feat that hasn’t occurred in decades for the Hoosiers
IU under coach Ray Looze has evolved. It is becoming the place for post grads–a pro training destination. How will the IU pro group impact the Olympic Team?
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Coaches Ray Looze and Mike Bottom (above) preview the upcoming B1G Championships in Bloomington.
Held, an NC State alum, will begin practices in Indiana Saturday.
Annie Lazor picked up her 2nd personal best as in many days with a 2:23.51 victory in the 200 breast on the third night of the 2019 PSS – Knoxville stop.