California will fill the vacancy in its coaching staff this week, hiring former Texas volunteer assistant coach Chase Kreitler, a source tells us.
Wisconsin has brought on former team captain Kristy Brager as an assistant coach.
In a year that seems to have more high-level Division I head coach openings than usual, 11 programs are still without head coaches for next season.
The first major coaching domino in what should be an eventful 2018 offseason has fallen: Wisconsin is expected to name Cal associate head coach Yuri Suguiyama as the new head of the Badger swim & dive program.
After the surprising retirement of longtime coach Rick DeMont, the University of Arizona has a head coaching opening, one of the more high-profile job openings in recent memory in college swimming. Though we don’t know exactly what the Arizona athletic department is thinking, here’s a look at some of the top potential candidates for the job.
Nathan Adrian, whose mother is of Chinese descent, is featured prominently in the guide.
Now onto her 3rd coach, Katie Ledecky hasn’t slown down one bit.
University of Louisville head coach Arthur Albiero (left) has been named the head coach of the U.S. women’s team.
Fast, fun and sun. The action continues up in northern California at the Arena Pro Swim Santa Clara. Moving up…
Featured Image: FINIS Swimming HQ yesterday. (Thanks to everyone for sharing their Halloween photos!)
Annapolis, MD. – The 2013-14 College Swimming & Diving Honors have been announced. In all, twenty athletes, teams or coaches are being recognized for their outstanding performances during the 2013-14 collegiate swimming and diving season.
Cal’s Yuri Suguiyama had a new look at the NCAA Championships this weekend in Austin.
Joao De Lucca wins 100 freestyle in 41.70, says the 100 free win was more meaningful than the 200 free for him this year.
Katie Ledecky, 15-16 Girls 2012 Swammy Award winner. (Swim Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)