TCU - Cooper Robinson
His successes include one school record in the 200yd backstroke (1:43.41) and multiple NCAA “B” cuts
Bowling Green State University
U.S. News and World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges” nationally recognized BGSU among the top national universities with a strong commitment to teaching undergrad
University of Richmond - Matt Barany
During his time with the program his swimmers have reached the NCAA Championships, earned All-American status and broken over 60 school marks
by Josh Huger (MrUtopia)
Created April 2nd, 2012 07:54:13 AM
Modified April 2nd, 2012 07:54:13 AM
The University of Texas Women’s Athletic Department announced this morning that there will be a leadership change in its women’s swimming program. Effective immediately, Kim Brackin will no longer be head coach.
Throughout her career, Brackin, who recently finished her sixth season at UT, helped lead the Longhorns’ to several top 10 finishes at the NCAA Championships, recorded multiple Big 12 Team Titles, and earned Big 12 Conference Women’s Swimming Coach of the Meet and Year honors.
Women’s associate head coach Jim Henry continues his annual appointment until a new head coach is found and future staff determined.
The search for a new head coach begins immediately.