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Asmuth served as a key member in planning and gaining the support for the construction of the world-class natatorium. Asmuth served as the head coach for eight years where his teams finished in the top ten in three years and top twenty another three years. He led the men to an SEC title, the first in school history. The men would go on to win the national championship, the first team in Auburn history to win an NCAA title.
The women would then win the SEC title in for the first time, with the men also winning an SEC Championship their seventh consecutive marking the first time the men's and women's SEC championships were held by the same school.
After winning the national title the Auburn men's team became the first men's swimming and diving team invited to be honored at the White House by then President George W.
The women joined the men the next year.Swimming Faster Freestyle
Marsh finished with 17 SEC Championships and a record-tying 12 national championships. The title was the eighth for the men and the 13th overall for Auburn. It also marked Richard Quick's 13th title after winning twelve at Stanford and Texas. He moved ahead of former Auburn coach David Marsh for the most titles for a coach in his career and became the first coach to win national titles at three schools.
In Marchfollowing the NCAA men's and women's championships, Hawke informed the team he would be resigning from his position. The center first opened in the and was designed to be one of the premier natatoriums in collegiate swimming and diving.
Seating at the center has room for 1, spectators and an additional poolside seats for competitors.
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The competition pool features a state of the art gutter system that absorbs waves instead of reverberating back into the pool, which creates a calmer swimming surface. The bulkheads also provide a flow-through design to prevent waves on turns.
The pool is nine feet deep at the shallowest and The bulkheads are movable and allow variable lengths for competition and practice as well as simultaneous diving. The facility also features the original Auburn competition pool, renovated as a warm-up and practice pool. Men's swimming and diving[ edit ] On top of their seven national titles, the Auburn men have won several SEC championships.
Between January 11, and January 11, Auburn did not lose a single dual meet meets in between 2 or 3 teams only.
The only team to beat Auburn during that time period was arch swimming rival Texas, when they snapped the Tigers 44 consecutive dual meet winning streak by a score of The men's team won 11 individual conference titles, including sweeping all diving and relay events.
In six seasons Taylor coached 11 swimmers to NC State school records and 97 to all-time top 10 performances. The women finished 18th, which included three top finishes in the free. At the ACC Championships, he led Ipsen to his third-straight title in the free and a runner-up finish in the free. In the season Taylor helped to lead Ipsen to ACC titles and All-America honors in the and free for the second-straight season, as well as a berth to the Olympic Games in the m and 1,m freestyle.
Taylor also played a part in the development of recent graduate Christian McCurdy and Justin Ress's successful rookie season. Ipsen tabbed the mention inmarking the second-straight year a Wolfpack swimmer earned the honor.
This marked the highest conference and national finish since In her first semester with the Wolfpack sophomore Moore earned All-ACC and All-America honors in three events while senior transfer Shelly Craddock earned the first All-America honor of her career as a member of the 12th-place free relay.
She also helped the relay squad place second at ACCs. Additionally, Rachel Muller wrapped up the most successful season of her career at NC State as she placed third in the free at the conference championship and collected four All-America honors from her second trip to NCAAs. Taylor also saw Ipsen collect All-America honors in both events, as he finished fifth in the and 10thin the to set school records. Under his tutelage, Taylor also saw Linker earn an invite to the USA Swimming Open Water Select Camp- an exclusive camp which only 24 swimmers around the country are invited to participate in.
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Taylor's second season saw Austin Snyder earn All-ACC accolades in the free, as he finished second overall with a time of Taylor was also instrumental in helping freshman Linker earn a top-five finish at the ACC Championships with a time of Snyder's time of Taylor also assisted in signing a member recruiting class that features athletes from around the globe.
Prior to joining the NC State staff, Taylor spent the previous four years as the distance coach and recruiting coordinator at Florida State. The distance program at Florida State flourished under Taylor's tutelage as eight school records were broken during his stint with the program, and 43 all-time top marks were achieved. Aside from coaching the distance program, Taylor was also a valuable recruiter for the Seminoles, and played a key role in signing several top national recruits, as well as top classes.
Last season's incoming class at Florida State was ranked No. He coached multiple age sectional and state record holders, as well as age group sectional and state champions. He was the lead site coach in Minnetonka, Minn. Taylor was a former student-athlete at the University of Minnesota, and was a member of the Big Ten Championship swimming team.
He graduated in with a B. Taylor is married to the former Amy Mutarelli of Ocala, Fla. She is an Auburn graduate. I had the opportunity to get to know Mike during my time at NC State. I want to be surrounded by people with energy and passion and great minds for the sport who see big things for Auburn in the future. Mike is one of those and he is going to be a tremendous asset in coaching, recruiting and every aspect of the program. He coached four individual Ivy League Conference champions, three conference relay champions, and seven Scholar All-Americans during his time at Princeton as well as seven Olympic Trial qualifiers.
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While at Princeton, Joyce directly oversaw all recruiting, team travel, equipment orders, training plans, dry land and out-of-season training, and assisted Orr in all fundraising efforts.
Joyce is a double graduate of the University of Florida, earning his B. I am drawn to people that are drawn to me and that are drawn to Auburn University and Jeana was from day one. She is a ball of energy, very out-going and very easy to communicate with.
She will be a tremendous asset to this program in a variety of areas. The program also sent a program record 11 swimmers and divers to NCAA Championships in back-to-back years. Kempe also aided in individual success, especially the development of Caley Oquist into the top backstroke specialist in program history.
In four seasons, Oquist broke school records in the and backstroke and qualified for NCAA Championships three straight seasons. In addition to working with Oquist, Kempe contributed to Colleen O'Neil's growth in the breaststroke events.
In three seasons under Kempe, O'Neil qualified individually for NCAA's in the breast and breast and set the second-fastest and breast times in school history.
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Dejean was a part of the medley relay school record team and also qualified for NCAA Championships with two relays in My time here has shaped the person I am today. In addition, 28 program all-time top-five swims were registered. The swimmers won five individual titles during the WAC Championships. During her time in Flagstaff, Kempe also worked with developing the training schedule and dry land programs, organizing recruiting logistics and coordinating alumni relations.
She helped lead the Bruins to a pair of second-place finishes in the Pac Conference during her career.
She was a three-time top-eight finisher at the Pac Championships and served as team captain her senior season. Kempe mentored student-athletes and helped them succeed in the class room. Kempe worked as an academic graduate assistant in the NAU athletic department while pursuing her graduate studies in the college of education.