Welcome to the Gannon University Women's Swimming scholarship and program info page. Here you'll receive specifics on the college and information on their Women's Swimming program like who to make contact with about recruiting, names of past alumni, what scholarship opportunities are available and how to start the recruiting process.
Gannon University Women's swimming Program Recruiting and Coaching Personnel
If you're trying to get recruited it is critical to understand who to get in front of - and NCSA has got the info you need. The Assistant Swimming and Diving Coach of the Gannon University Women's Swimming program is Gregg Sarbak. Other major personnel include:
- Head Coach Darren Suroviec
If you're considering becoming a part of the Gannon University Women's Swimming program these are the individuals you'll want to contact. You'll be able to choose to get in touch with them through email using the link above or call the college to obtain more details about the college and Women's Swimming program prior to deciding on whether or not it's a suitable fit for you personally.
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