U.S. Olympian Missy Franklin released a statement today praising her experience with the Cal women’s swimming program and saying she will return to Cal to finish her degree while training with men’s head coach Dave Durden.
Teri McKeever had to watch the Olympics from home
In a webinar posted on the USA Swimming website, National Junior Team Director Mitch Dalton outlined the changes in National Junior Team selection procedures and explained the rationale behind the shift.
Ian Walsh, a former assistant at Marshall University in Virginia, will be joining the Cal Golden Bears as an assistant women’s coach.
Kathleen Baker and Amy Bilquist are both having incredible weekends as Freshman for the Cal Bears
As a follow-up to the announcement that California freshman Katie McLaughlin would be returning to her Southern California home to continue rehab…
Teri McKeever’s history of getting her team to outperform seed at the NCAA Championship is one of the reasons the Bears have four out of the last seven titles
Cal’s Cierra Runge was the second-highest scoring freshman at last year’s NCAA women’s championships.
“I believe that we have a tremendous core group supporting our program and I have elected to maintain as a staff those people who understand us best.”
Keaton Blovad, the youngest swimmer at the 2012 Olympic Trials, has verbally committed to Cal.
Kristen Cunnane (left) has been a full-time assistant at Cal for 8 years, including serving as recruiting coordinator for some of the best classes in NCAA history.
“We are trying to view this not as a set back, but as a perspective change. I can now focus on different parts of my strokes and really focus on my upper body and technique.”
As she approaches her final high school meet of the year, 2014 Nevada State Champion, Madi Hurst, has committed to…
CALIFORNIA’s Missy Franklin was named the Women’s Swimmer of the Year, while STANFORD’s Simone Manuel was voted Women’s Swimming Freshman/Newcomer of the Year and Cal’s Teri McKeever was voted Women’s Swimming Coach of the Year.