Matt Kredich, Steve Bultman to Lead USA Swimming’s Pan American Games Team

steve-bultman-jorie-caneta-
Photo Courtesy: Peter H. Bick

In its last summer of international competition before the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, USA Swimming has announced its coaching staffs for the 2019 FINA World Championships, World University Games and Pan American Games. National Team Managing Director Lindsay Mintenko appointed 22 of the country’s top coaches to lead the three U.S. international teams.

“We are fortunate to have excellent collegiate and club coaches in this country and proud of the men and women who will play a big part in our overall positive culture and success this summer,” Mintenko said.

“Not only do these international competitions help refine and prepare the U.S.’s top swimmers, but they allow us to provide valuable leadership and development opportunities for our national coaches.”

Pan American Games

At the Pan American Games, July 26-August 11 in Lima, Peru, USA Swimming has selected Matt Kredich (Tennessee Swimming) to lead the men’s team, while Steve Bultman (Texas A&M Swimming) will coach the women’s team.

During Kredich’s time at Tennessee, the 14-year coach was twice named SEC Women’s Coach of the Year, in 2008 and 2012. Before his arrival at Tennessee, Kredich was the women’s head coach at the University of Richmond, where he won Atlantic-10 Coach of the Year four-consecutive years from 2002-05.

Bultman has led the Aggies program to six conference championships and has seen every school record broken during his time at the helm of the team. Internationally, Bultman was an assistant on both the 1988 and 2012 U.S. Olympic swimming coaching staffs. He also held assistant coach titles at the 1985 Pan Pacific Championships, the 2001, 2009 and 2015 World University Games and the 2013 FINA World Championships.

The complete Pan American Games coaching staff:

  • Matt Kredich (Tennessee Swimming)
  • Steve Bultman (Texas A&M Swimming)
  • Kate Lundsten (Aquajets Swim Team)
  • Doug Wharam (Nashville Aquatic Club)
  • Augie Busch (Arizona Swimming)
  • Mike Westphal (Indiana Swimming)

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

Men’s Roster:

  • Nathan Adrian, 50/100 free
  • Nick Alexander, 200 back
  • Gunnar Bentz, 200/400 IM
  • Daniel Carr, 100/200 back
  • Michael Chadwick, 50/100 free
  • Kevin Cordes, 100 breast
  • Nic Fink, 200 breast
  • Grant House, 200 free
  • Matthew Josa, 100 fly
  • Drew Kibler, 200 free
  • Will Licon, 200 breast, 200 IM
  • Cody Miller, 100 breast
  • Sam Pomajevich, 200 fly
  • Tom Shields, 100/200 fly
  • Charlie Swanson, 400 IM
  • True Sweetser, 800/1500 free
  • Chris Wieser, 400 free

Women’s Roster

  • Haley Anderson, 400/800/1500 free
  • Phoebe Bacon, 100 back
  • Mariah Denigan, 800/1500 free
  • Bethany Galat, 200 breast
  • Margo Geer, 50/100 free
  • Sarah Gibson, 200 fly
  • Molly Hannis, 100 breast
  • Madison Kennedy, 50 free
  • Annie Lazor, 200 breast
  • Helen Moffitt, 100 fly
  • Lia Neal, 100 free
  • Meaghan Raab, 200 free
  • Claire Rasmus, 200 free
  • Meghan Small, 200 IM
  • Isabelle Stadden, 200 back
  • Kendyl Stewart, 100 fly
  • Allie Szekely, 400 IM
  • Alex Walsh, 200 back, 200 IM

The above press release was posted by Swimming World in conjunction with USA Swimming. For press releases and advertising inquiries please contact Advertising@SwimmingWorld.com.

2 comments

  1. Leslie Scott

    Congratulations Coach Steve Bultman and Coach Kredich!

  2. Kerri Carlton

    Congratulations Coach Matt and Coach Steve!! Go Team USA! ❤️💙🇺🇸🌟