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Former Boise State Coach Christine Mabile Hired at Whitworth University
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Aug. 27, 2020 — Former Boise State head coach Christine Mabile has found her next landing spot, with Division III Whitworth University announcing her on Wednesday as a new assistant coach for the 2020-2021 season. Mabile was out of a job with the July 2 announcement that Boise State was eliminating its women’s swimming & diving team where she was the head coach . In spite of an early pledge drive that raised almost $700,000 toward saving the swimming & diving and baseball programs at Boise State, on July 23, supporters posted on a GoFundMe page posted a message that they received “final confirmation ...

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Olympic Gold Medalist Lea Maurer Hired as USC Swimming Associate Head Coach
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July 14, 2020 — Olympic gold medalist and former Stanford women’s head coach Lea Maurer , who guided the Cardinal for seven years, has been named USC men’s and women’s swimming associate head coach, first-year Trojan head coach Jeremy Kipp announced today. Maurer and is the newest addition to Kipp’s staff, which also includes seventh-year assistant coach Chase Bloch , first-year assistant coach Meghan Hawthorne (who joined Kipp at USC after stints with him at Northwestern and Boise State) as well as 22nd-year head diving coach Hongping Li . “Lea Maurer is one of the best coaches in the country,” Kip ...
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Nebraska's Autumn Haebig Posts 1:46 200 FR, Huskers Fall to Iowa 170-128
Was triple event winner ...
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Jan. 17, 2021 — Team Scores Nebraska traveled to Iowa City on Saturday for a dual meet against the Iowa Hawkeyes. Wisconsin was also set to participate in the meet, however, like Michigan State, they had COVID issues among the roster, and had to withdraw from the meet for safety purposes. That left the Iowa men’s team without an opponent, so they competed yesterday as an intrasquad meet. Nebraska’s Autumn Haebig was triple event winner, taking the 100, 200, and 500 frees for the Huskers. Haebig posted a 50.11 in the 100 free, getting her hand on the wall first by over half a second. She swam a 1:46. ...

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