Former Stanford assistant coach Scott Armstrong (pictured on the left) will return to his alma mater, Johns Hopkins, to take over the head coaching job with the men’s and women’s teams.
A job posting has been made on the NCAA marketplace for the position of Stanford men’s assistant coach: a position formerly held by Scott Armstrong (left).
Footage from a Stanford Wednesday workout at the Avery Aquatic Center.
Stanford Head Coach Tedd Knapp and Assistant Scott Armstrong talk about a Wednesday afternoon on the Farm.
The Johns Hopkins men’s swim team won the first 12 events before swimming exhibition in the final two events en route to a 180-77 win over host Franklin & Marshall.
Godsoe’s 51.66 100 buterfly is the 4th fastest time in the world so far. Godsoe’s been training with a post grad crew at Stanford helmed by Ted Knapp, Scott Armstrong and Tony Batis. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)
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Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures
Even with 3 top 3 finishes as a freshman at Stanford, David Nolan wasn’t happy with NCAAs last season. This year he’s coming off a great season of training with a new staff and he’s confident about his chances at PAC 12s and NCAAs. (Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning, TheSwimPictures.com)
The Stanford Men have followed up the distance set they showed us in the fall with an IM set from last month. Have you ever seen someone go 1:49 in a 200 IM, 2700 yards into a set?
500 @ 5:00, 5×100 fastest average on 2:00… Three times. A pretty impressive early season set from the Stanford distance group.
Garrett talks with Stanford Men’s Assistant Scott Armstrong about what’s changing and what’s staying the same with the program. (Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning, TheSwimPictures.com)
The USOC “Black Out” began this week, and the college coaching carrousel continued to turn. (Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning, TheSwimPictures.Com)