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Via <a href="">The Trib</a>.  He's back!
Via The Trib. He's back!

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Greg Rhodenbaugh

  • Rhodenbaugh Named Tiger Swim Coach
  • The Trib: Arizona assistant named MU swim coach
  • The Missourian: Missouri hires new swimming coach

    Longtime University of Arizona assistant Greg Rhodenbaugh has been hired to take over the Missouri men's and women's swimming and diving programs.

    Rhodenbaugh has spent the past 11 years as an assistant under legendary swimming coach Frank Busch at Arizona, where he has been the primary coach for the middle distance, stroke and individual medley events. During his tenure with the Wildcats, Rhodenbaugh has been a part of the 2008 men's and women's national championship teams, and coached many Olympic swimmers, including two-time gold medalist Amanda Beard, Ryan Berube, Ricardo Prado and Lars Frolander. He is a member of the U.S. Swimming National Team staff and traveled with the U.S. National Junior Team to Barcelona in 2000 as a staff member.

Other Mizzou Links


  • Conference Expansion
    KC Star: Mizzou living large at the center of Big Ten expansion talk

    MU softball coach Ehren Earleywine is one of those who profess a preference for remaining in the Big 12. But Earleywine said, "it wouldn’t surprise me" if MU wound up in the Big Ten sooner than later.

    "I was just talking to my wife about that," he said. "I think the talks are getting heated up. At the end of the day, the money is going to do the ultimate talking. It’s going to make the decision. And I think there’s a lot of money to be gained."


    [T]he specifics of why Missouri would be a good fit in the Big Ten are not what is in the air as the 2009-10 school year winds down. Will the Big Ten will extend an invitation that so many contend now will be readily accepted, or is it possible that Missouri might remain in the Big 12?

    "Honestly, at this point, nothing would surprise me," said Wayne Kreklow, who along with his wife, Susan, coaches MU volleyball and is the father of incoming freshman basketball player Ricky Kreklow.

    "There have been so many rumors and stories circulating around. You’ve got all the big conferences positioning for all the what-ifs.

    Clone Chronicles: Conference Realignment And The Impact On Iowa State...Praying Strongly Recommended
    Team Speed Kills: The Rules of the Road: Conference Expansion and Why the SEC Shouldn't Do Anything (Yet)
  • Bleed Cubbie Blue: BCB Interview: Bill James (like I wasn't going to pass along an interview between an SBN writer and Mr. James...)