Todd DeSorbo Wanted UVA to “Disrupt” the NCAA Championships

2021 NCAA WOMEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS

DAY 4 FINALS RECAP

We sat down with UVA head coach Todd DeSorbo fresh off of his first NCAA title in team history. DeSorbo reflects on the performance his team put up throughout the weekend as well as his coaching style of being conscious to not put pressure on his athletes. He also comments on the historic 1-2 finish for the ACC, saying it was a goal of his for his team to be disruptive at this meet, knowing that only 3 teams had finished in the top 2 at NCAAs over the past decade.

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bill
6 months ago

cool

Speculating
6 months ago

No matter how many times Coleman prompts Todd to wax nostalgic about his time at NC State or about his supposed great friendship with Braden Holloway, Todd always deflects away skillfully. Makes one think.

SwimStarved
Reply to  Speculating
6 months ago

That wasn’t skillful….

Swimmingfan
Reply to  Speculating
6 months ago

Lol Todd can’t stand it that NC State is successful!

PVSFree
Reply to  Speculating
6 months ago

The swimmers still made improvements across the board. And it’s pretty well documented how good of a recruiter DeSorbo is, he did the same thing at NC State with Holloway. If everywhere a coach goes finds success, you either have a very lucky or very good coach

swim mom
Reply to  Speculating
6 months ago

That is the absolute truth

Swimmer2
Reply to  Speculating
6 months ago

What’s the drama?

Joel Lin
Reply to  Speculating
6 months ago

It’s UVA’s moment. That’s it. It’s just his moment and their team’s moment. He doesn’t need to talk about other programs. He shouldn’t have to.

Breezeway
Reply to  Joel Lin
6 months ago

This ⬆️

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