Georgia Tech Swimming and Diving Quick Facts

Institute Information
Official Name: Georgia Institute of Technology
Location: Atlanta, Ga.
Founded: 1885
Enrollment: 15,000
Nicknames: Yellow Jackets, Rambling Wreck
Mascots: Buzz, 1930 Model “A” Ford
Colors: Old Gold and White
Institute Website www.gatech.edu
Athletic Website www.ramblinwreck.com
Facility: Georgia Tech Aquatic Center (2,000)
Conference: Atlantic Coast (ACC)
President: Dr. G. Wayne Clough (Ga. Tech, 1964)
Dir. of Athletics: Dave Braine (N. Carolina, 1965)
Sr. Assoc. Dir. of Athletics/Sport Adm. Sterling Brown
Assoc. Director of Athletics/SWA Mary McElroy

SWIMMING & DIVING INFORMATION
Head Coach: Seth Baron (Auburn, 1987)
Year at Tech Sixth
Men’s Overall Record at Tech 32-26
Women’s Overall Record at Tech 5-6
Men’s ACC Record at Tech 5-9
Women’s ACC Record at Tech 0-4
Career Records Same
Office Phone: (404) 894-1734
E-mail: seth.baron@gtaa.gatech.edu
Asst. Head Coach Sharon Krueger (Wisconsin-LaCrosse, 1980)
Year at Tech Third
Office Phone (404) 894-9736
E-mail sharon.krueger@gtaa.gatech.edu
Assistant Coach Stuart Wilson (Georgia, 1989)
Year at Tech First
Office Phone (404) 385-0521
E-mail: stu.wilson@gtaa.gatech.edu
Diving Coach John Ames (Ohio University, 1993)
Year at Tech Second
Office Phone (404) 385-1293
E-mail: john.ames@gtaa.gatech.edu
Men’s 2001-02 Overall Record 6-3
Women’s 2001-02 Overall Record 5-6
Men’s 2001-02 ACC Record 3-1
Women’s 2001-02 ACC Record 0-4
Men’s 2002 ACC Championships Second (580.5 pts)
Women’s 2002 ACC Championships Eighth (220 pts)
Men’s 2002 NCAA Championships 27th (11 points)
Women’s 2002 NCAA Championships No Score
Men’s Letterwinners Returning/Lost 12/8
Women’s Letterwinners Returning/Lost 14/2
Men’s Newcomers 11
Women’s Newcomers 7

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