After 8 years working with the TCU Horned Frogs, the program has promoted Keegan Walkley Ingelido to the position of associate head coach. That makes her the first ever associate head coach in program history, according to a press release.
“Keegan has done a great job coaching our team and she is a vital part of our success at TCU,” head coach Richard Sybesma said. “I am proud of her commitment to our program and the associate head coach title is well-deserved.”
Ingelido’s primary functions has been working with the backstroke and distance groups, meaning that she spent a significant amount of time working with 2014 NCAA qualifier and 2013 Big 12 200 backstroke champion Cooper Robinson.
“I’m honored to be promoted to associate head coach,” Ingelido said. “I’ve had the privilege to see where TCU has gotten in the past seven years and I’m excited for the future of our program.”
Ingelido swam at Georgia from 1998-2001 and was a part of a run of three NCAA titles in four seasons. That included swimming the fly leg on Georgia’s medley relay in 2000 that set a short course meters World Record.