Swimming World Magazine is hoping to wrangle together another gifted group of writers interested in enhancing their journalism skills and garnering valuable experience to add to their resumes.
For the 11th year, the Ted Mullin “Hour of Power” will take place this November. Since the first relay, participation has grown to 178 teams with more than 8,400 athletes aim
Leave it to Matt Gianiodis, perhaps the funniest coach on deck, to succinctly state what’s in the back of every coach’s mind. Mr. Lochte and crew have provided us with a teachable moment, but what are your talking points? With many campuses beginning classes this week, here are a few ideas:
Initial results from the 2016 CSCAA Salary Survey show that head college swimming coaches earn an average of $66,154. Early returns, however show a wide variance in those results.
Still wondering what the Alumni Portal is all about? Join Greg Earhart for an online webinar. He will walk you through what it is, what it collects, and how you can put it to use.
Every year thousands of swimmers make the decision to become collegiate athletes. Though these athletes are well versed in the swimming world, many lack knowledge of the strength and conditioning component that ties heavily into collegiate swimming.
The University of Chicago Medicine has announced this summer’s group of Ted Mullin Scholars who will join cancer research teams at Comer
World Clinic Rates Go Up on July 15
We have a special offer for CSCAA members who are not current ASCA Members of a $50 rate for your first years’ ASCA membership. (Normally $80 annual membership.) You can join at
https://swimmingcoach.org/new-member/ . Use the promotional code of CSCAA2016. This offer is good until 12/31/16