Teri McKeever Selected To Join Cal Athletic Hall Of Fame

Teri McKeever, the head coach for the Cal women’s swimming and diving team, will be among 10 Golden Bears who will be added to the Cal Athletic Hall of Fame next fall.

McKeever, who just completed her 26th years as head coach at Cal, is one of the most successful college coaches active today. Under her leadership the Cal women have won four Pac-12 and NCAA Team Championships and have finished within the top 3 in the last 10 years at NCAA’s, including a second place finish this year.

McKeever has also been a consistent presence on national team coaching staffs, including serving as the head coach for the U.S. women’s swim team at the 2012 London Olympic Games. During her time at Cal McKeever has worked with 26 Olympians who have won a combined 36 medals at the Olympic Games.

Also joining McKeever in the induction class of 2018 is three-time Olympian and former men’s swimmer Duje Draganja, who won a silver medal in the 50 free in 2004 representing Croatia. You can see the 10 Golden Bears, including McKeever, that will be joining Cal’s Hall of Fame in the fall here.  

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Pro Women Fitness
6 years ago

Quite out of the blue

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