A proven leader in the coaching profession, McGee Moody begins his 10th season as the head swimming and diving coach at the University of South Carolina. He and his staff continue to build the South Carolina program and strive toward the elite level of the sport through effective training methods and tireless recruiting efforts.
In his nine previous years at the helm, Moody has overseen a successful stretch for the Carolina swimming and diving program. Last season, the Gamecock men placed earned their highest finish at the NCAA Championships since 2000, placing 19th. For the third-straight season, the team's 800 freestyle relay earned All-America honors. The women finished with nine dual-meet wins on the season, the most since 2002.
Success and Todd Sherritt go hand in hand. The head coach at South Carolina since 1993, Sherritt continues to set new standards for Gamecock diving and has established the program as one of the best in the country.
One of the most influential diving coaches in the country, Sherritt has coached 47 NCAA All-Americans, 15 U.S. Diving National Champions, five Olympians, 11 SEC Champions and one NCAA Champion. In 1999, he was named SEC Diving Coach of the Year and, in 1997, he was named USOC Developmental Diving Coach of the Year. Sherritt is also a 10-time World Team Coach for Team USA, including during 2007.
Mark Bernardino, who led the University of Virginia to 27 Atlantic Coast Conference Championships in 35 years as head coach from 1978-2013, is in his third season as the Associate Head Coach at the University of South Carolina.
Bernardino's 27 ACC Championships includes six consecutive men's and women's titles are both ACC swimming and diving records. He holds the record for most men's titles in conference history with 16 and has the second-most women's crowns in ACC history with 11. The 27 total championships are the most of any ACC swimming coach.
South Carolina head swimming and diving coach McGee Moody announces that Erin Mullins has been named the assistant coach of the program heading into the 2016-17 season.
Mullins joins the Gamecocks after two years at Division I University of Richmond in Virginia. She served as assistant coach of the program, which won the Atlantic 10 title in 2014-15 and 2015-16. The Spiders were also named the Scholar All-America Team by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) both years.
Kevin Swander enters his fifth season as an assistant coach at South Carolina. A 13-time All-American at Indiana, Swander brings an extensive swimming background with him to the Gamecock coaching staff.
In his time with the Gamecocks, Swander has produced very successful recruiting classes and improved the number of new Olympic Trial qualifiers. South Carolina sent nine swimmers to the 2016 Olympic Trials.
Josh Morgan enters his fourth season as director of aquatic strength at South Carolina.
Morgan's responsibilities include writing and implementing the lifting and dry land programs for all of the Gamecocks' training groups.
Gamecock Swim Camps are open to any and all entrants limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender.