Greg Winslow Joins ASU Swimming And Diving Coaching Staff
Aug. 25, 2003
TEMPE, Ariz. -- Greg Winslow has joined the Arizona State swimming and diving program as an assistant coach, head swimming coach Michael Chasson has announced. Winslow comes to Tempe after four years of developing the Falfins Swim Team in Colorado Springs into a regional powerhouse while also serving as an assistant coach at the Air Force Academy for the past two years .
Under Winslow's leadership the Falfins swim team has grown from 40 swimmers in 1999 to over 140 swimmers in 2003. In only his second season with the team, he was named the 2001 Colorado Coach of the Year. Winslow led the Falfins to Olympic Trials, Nationals, Sectionals and state competitions while the Falfins swimmers smashed over 85 Colorado state records.
Winslow also just finished his second year as an assistant coach of the Air Force Academy's men's swim team in 2003.
Head Air Force Men's Swimming Coach Rob Clayton said, 'Greg brings enthusiasm into every one of our practices. His contributions to our program are immeasurable. He is one of the most talented and dedicated coaches I've ever known, possessing a passion for greatness that we value in everyone involved in our program.'
After graduating from college, Winslow began work on his Masters degree in athletic administration and continued coaching with the St. Cloud State University Huskies. He helped lead the program to its best season ever, with both the men's and women's squads finishing in the top 15 at the 1999 NCAA Division II National Championships.
Winslow is a former All-American swimmer for the University of North Dakota, where he was elected team captain two years in a row. During his college summers, he coached the Valley Swim Club in Colorado. He lead the club to a state championship and was named the 1997 Colorado Summer Club Coach of the Year.
Greg was married in August 2002 to his wife Jessica.
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