The endowment from alumni swimmer Karl Peterson will help underwrite the head coach’s salary, among other things.
In 1992, a bus crash on the Indiana Tollway killed two Notre Dame swimmers. Thirty years later, SwimSwam looks back on that night.
Tim Welsh, who led Notre Dame to 6 Big East titles in his coaching career, died on Wednesday at his home in South Bend. He was 76 years old.
Welsh captured two NCAA team titles and led the University of Notre Dame for thirty years.
As part of the Invitational, the Irish will honor the anniversary of the 1992 bus accident that claimed two swimmers, and recognize legendary coach Tim Welsh
Providence College Head Coach John O’Neill announced today [Nov. 8] that former University of Notre Dame men’s swimming coach Tim Welsh will be returning to his Alma Mater at Providence College in January 2018, having accepted an appointment to teach with the college’s prestigious Development of Western Civilization Program.
NOTRE DAME, Ind. – The University of Notre Dame men’s swimming and diving team has traveled to Iowa, Wisconsin, and…
The reigning national champion in the 200-yard breaststroke, Reaney begins her final semester of competition at Notre Dame Saturday.
The Notre Dame Swimming and Diving community is mourning the loss of their program founder, Dennis Stark, who passed away today at the age of 91.
The Notre Dame women’s swimming & diving program has found its new assistant coach, promoting Ryan Von Gunten, who spent the summer as the team’s operations intern.
Sources tell us that an announcement from the University of Notre Dame is expected to be made later today announcing Tim Welsh as the new Interim Head Coach of the women’s program.
NCAA All-American Frank Dyer will be heading to Baltimore to begin training with Bob Bowman and the NBAC crew. The…
“When a swimmer steps up on the blocks or diving board, a whole person steps up there,” Tim Welsh said. “If their schoolwork is a mess, and their head is back in their room, thinking about that work, a whole person is not up there ready to swim.”
Frank Dyer of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish broke the school record in the 1000 free on Saturday, despite being a race he doesn’t train all that often.
Notre Dame head men’s coach Tim Welsh will coach his last home meet on Saturday.