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The meet will serve as the collegiate debut for Alex Walsh, the top freshman female swimmer in the country this NCAA season.
Fenwick dives into the emphasis UVA has put on recruiting and how that’s changed since COVID. There has been more zoom calls and face-to-face interactions
Virginia’s coaching staff connected with some alumni and former swimmers for some longer-form discussions about race amid growing national protests.
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Ray Looze has a good thing going at Indiana, but is the allure of the head coaching job at his alma mater USC enough to pull him away from Bloomington?
On the Monday after the Pro Swim, UVA was getting right back to work. Or in some cases, getting back to work for the first time in 2 weeks.
Virginia seems to have done well by stealing an assistant from a conference rival. Will UNC learn from them and go after Tyler Fenwick?
With Todd DeSorbo looking to switch things up, Auburn and Virginia will draw events from a hat on the go to determine the event order for tomorrow’s dual in Charlottesville.
USA Swimming has finalized the list of coaches that will accompany Ray Looze, Arthur Albiero, and Team USA to Toyko in August.
Tyler Fenwick and Bill Rose have been named head coaches for Team USA at the 2018 Pan Pacific Championships.
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University of Virginia Swimming and Diving Team head coach Todd DeSorbo announced that volunteer assistant Andrew Sheaff has been hired full-time as Assistant Coach of Swimming and Diving.
This marks 4 months that Todd DeSorbo and his staff have led the UVA cavaliers, and SwimSwam was able to check in with them to see how things were going