(Video Interview) Greg Meehan on the Emotions He Felt When He Won a Title

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Stanford won its first NCAA title in women’s swimming since 1998 on Saturday night in Indianapolis. Greg Meehan won his first national championship as head coach after he won a couple NCAA titles alongside Dave Durden at Cal on the men’s side in 2011 and 2012. Stanford won a total of 9 events on the weekend for a total of 526.5 points.

In his emotional interview after the meet, Meehan talked about what the title meant for him, the coaching staff, the alumni and the Stanford program in general. Meehan also indicated the moment that it hit him that his team had accomplished all of its goals and won a national championship.

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    adsf

    Awesome interview. Thanks Swimming World!

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    Greg:
    Your interview comes from ‘within’, your knowledge and experience.
    A compilation of excellent coaching, high performance, and the assistance of your past swimmers that helped set the stage for this Championship season!
    An excellent ‘Key’word=channel.
    A safe journey home, and all of you enjoy the ‘rest’.

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