Bret Lundgaard, the recently-appointed head coach of women’s swimming and diving at Princeton University, explains how he views his role as he takes over from retiring head coach Susan Teeter.
The Princeton women’s team will be getting a new head coach for the first time in 33 years when Bret Lundgaard takes over from Susan Teeter in the 2017-18 season.
After coaching 33-years with Princeton University, Susan Teeter has announced that she will be retiring from the profession.
Princeton women’s swimming and diving released its 2014-15 schedule today, with three weeks to go before competition begins.
Princeton University’s Susan Teeter will begin a two-year stint as President of College Swimming Coaches Association of America this fall.
A diver and captain at Princeton during the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Mary Mulcare (bottom left) put her EMT training to use, racing north to New York to help victims of the attacks.
Princeton has announced a deep and talented class of 2018. The nine swimmers and two divers are expected to impact the Tigers’ squad from the outset, as Princeton hopes to recapture the Ivy championship in 2015.