O’Reilly, the longtime head coach at Scarlet, led several of his athletes to impressive swims at the Martha McKee Open in Charlotte.
The success of Aitkens’ Sandpipers of Nevada team has been nothing short of extraordinary this month.
Capitani led the Longhorn women to a surprise runner-up finish at the NCAA Championships, marking the team’s highest showing since 1994.
DeSorbo led the UVA women to a third straight conference championship while helping the men’s team deliver a surprise American Record.
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Lopez led the Virginia Tech H20kies to a very strong pair of dual meets in January as we head into championship season.
Plumb led the Carmel Swim Club girls to a standout performance at Winter Juniors – East, sweeping the relays and winning 10 total events.
Geer and the Alabama coaching staff led the Crimson Tide to a pair of runner-up finishes at the Tennessee Invitational Nov. 18-20.
Lykins has led UNC Asheville to a great start, currently 5-0 after defeating both UNC Wilmington and Campbell for the first time in program history.
Two of Holloway’s NC State alumni, Coleman Stewart and Justin Ress, have been lighting up the ISL this month in Naples, Italy for the Cali Condors.
Boock’s Elmbrook Swim Club athletes had a standout performance at the Speedo Summer Championships – West, including setting a new NAG in the 400 medley relay.
Coach Anthony Nesty’s Florida swimmers have shown up in force in the NCAA – and now they’ve done the same on the Olympic stage.
When the dust settled on U.S. Olympic Trials, the University of Georgia led the way, both as an alma mater and training base for U.S. Olympic swimmers.
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