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Gregg Troy Wins Coach of the Year
Tuesday, 22 November 2011 20:51
The eighth annual USA Swimming Foundation Golden Goggle Awards we held Sunday, November 20.  The star-studded gala was held at the JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE.

The awards gala, hosted by actor and comedian Kevin Nealon, celebrated the accomplishments of the 2011 FINA World Championship Team that competed in Shanghai, China this July. The U.S. Team turned in the top performance at the meet, earning the Championship Team Trophy and taking home a total of 31 medals (17 gold, five silver and nine bronze).

The Coach of the Year award was presented to University of Florida and Gator Swim Club head coach Gregg Troy. Troy was an assistant coach of the U.S. men’s team at the 2011 World Championships. Troy also coached Ryan Lochte, Peter Vanderkaay, Elizabeth Beisel, Teresa Crippen and Conor Dwyer to strong performances at World Championships.
“I am lucky the University of Florida has provided me the opportunity to work with great athletes and great people”, said Troy.
Among the Olympic legends in attendance tonight were Amy Van Dyken, Louis Zamperini, Matt Biondi, Debbie Meyer, Dave Wharton, Summer Sanders, John Naber, Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss and Rowdy Gaines. will provide highlights and video on-demand from the 2011 Golden Goggle Awards. The Golden Goggle Award winners are selected by a nine-person panel in combination with a fan vote. 


November 10th, 2011 CSCAA Division II Top 25 Poll
Wednesday, 16 November 2011 12:29
The November 10th, 2011 CSCAA Division II Top 25 Poll results have been announced. 

Division II Women
ivision II Men


November 9, 2011 CSCAA Division I Top 25 Team Polls
Wednesday, 09 November 2011 16:43
The November 9, 2011 CSCAA Division I Team Poll results have been announced.

Division I Women
Division I Men


Missouri State's Jack Steck Honored
Thursday, 03 November 2011 09:24
Missouri State's Jack Steck was honored for his 44 years in coaching as Springfield, MO proclaimed October 29th, 2011 as "Jack Steck Day". For the full story, click here


2011 NCAA Woman of the Year Award
Monday, 17 October 2011 12:13
NCAA selects Stevens Tech's Laura Barito as the 2011 NCAA Woman of the Year. For the full story, click here.



5th Annual Collegiate Open Water Championships Results
Monday, 03 October 2011 08:33
Austin, Texas – Trinity University, coached by John Ryan, put forward great depth to take the win in both Men’s & Women’s Divisions at the 5th Annual ASA Open Water Swimming Collegiate National Championships held in Lake Travis, Austin, Texas on October 1, 2011.

Winning the men’s division and leading Savannah College of Art and Design Men to a 2nd place overall finish was Alexander Grandins.  Grandins time of 58:48.4 led the entire field on the approximate 5k course.  Battling closely for first & second place in the Women’s division were Texas A&M teammates: Cammile Adams,1:02:46.5 and Maureen Mclaine, 1:02:46.7.

ASA Open Water Swimming Collegiate National Championships are open to any student, who is enrolled full-time in an accredited institution of higher education, including any post high school accredited vocational or technical school, junior college, community college, college or university (including graduate schools, medical schools, law schools and post-graduate studies).


Men's Team
1st Place — Trinity University
2nd Place — Savannah College of Art and Design
3rd Place — Ohio Wesleyan University

Women's Team
1st Place — Trinity University
2nd Place — Texas A&M
3rd Place — Savannah College of Art and Design

Men Individual
1st Place — Alexander Grandins, SCAD, 58:48.4
2nd Place — Taylor Smith, OWU, 1:03:12.4
3rd Place — Alex Miranda, Trinity, 1:04:30.8

Women Individual
1st Place — Cammile Adams, A&M, 1:02:46.5
2nd Place — Maureen Mclaine, A&M, 1:02:46.7
3rd Place — Alison Godbe, Rice, 1:04:04.8


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