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Welcome to GCU Club Swimming

Come find out about our sport at our 2021-22 Informational Meeting:
Thursday, September 9th
7PM
Bldg. 42 (Colangelo College of Business)
Room 183

If you have a passion for building lifelong friendships, sharing your passion for swimming with other students on campus and across the country, and helping to set new program records for excellence every year, GCU Club Swimming is the place for you!

GCU Club Swimming members participate in several events, including the breaststroke, backstroke, freestyle, butterfly and individual medley.  GCU Club Swimming creates a fun and competitive environment that has yielded success in and out of the water, since we’ve continued to increase our roster numbers each year. In 2019-2020, our swimmers qualified for over 30 national events, and last season, despite the pandemic, the team placed second at the College Club Swimming Virtual Nationals.

GCU Club Swimming’s Travel Team usually competes in meets from October through April.

Pay your Club Swimming dues here.

GCU Club Swimming Results

2021 Collegiate Club Swim Virtual Nationals

2021 Canyon Classic

2021 Golden State Athletic Conference Championship

2020 Canyon Classic

2020 UCLA Winter Invitational

2019 Collegiate Club Swim and Dive Nationals

GCU Club Swimming Records

GCU Club Swimming Schedules

Showing 2021-2022

Day Date   Opponent/Details Location Time Score
Saturday 11/13/2021 TBD NA TBA
vs TBD
Saturday 11/20/2021 GCU Swimming Meet GCU (Antelope Pool) NA TBA
vs Ottawa University
Saturday 11/20/2021 GCU Swimming Meet GCU (Antelope Pool) NA TBA
vs Arizona Christian University
Saturday 12/04/2021 UCLA Winter Invitational Los Angeles, CA NA TBA
vs TBD

GCU Club Swimming Roster - A Team

  • Alyssa Dominguez
  • Antonio Di Ianni
  • Brandon Persky
  • Brooks Birkinbine
  • Cade Klement
  • Calvin Fagley
  • Corinne Whisenant
  • Emily Sainz
  • Evan Kliewer
  • Felix Martinez
  • Gabriella Dean
  • Giselle Fenby
  • Iliana Kaiser
  • James Lees
  • Jensen Perry
  • Kallysta Cox
  • Marcus Giuliani
  • Mark Mwesigwa
  • Megan Wilkins
  • Merrick Taylor
  • Noah Tople
  • Roy Moore
  • Sam Jones
  • Savanna Paredes
  • Simon Moore
  • Tyree Thomson

GCU Club Swimming Roster - B Team

  • Abigail Chalmers
  • Anne Yost
  • Annie Pullella
  • Claire Bigler
  • David Loewen
  • Eli Abraham
  • Eric Allen
  • Grace Smeltzer
  • Jacob Mitts
  • Jeremiah Urban
  • Kathryn Porco
  • Keegan McGonigle
  • Kristal Jensen
  • Madisyn Macklin
  • Mattison Maret
  • Mia Manzo
  • Ramsey Tucker
  • Sam Perry

GCU Club Swimming Coaching Staff

Jeremy Phung

Head Coach
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Jeremy Phung founded the GCU Club Swimming program in 2016 and is entering his sixth year as head coach. Since the program’s inception, Phung has coached the team to victories over programs such as UCLA, USC and UC-San Diego, led numerous athletes to compete in the Collegiate Club Swim and Dive Nationals, and helped GCU officially join the Collegiate Club Swimming (CCS) league, which includes over 150 club programs across the nation.

Phung is a Grand Canyon University graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Sports Performance. He began swimming at the age of six and attended high school at a hometown college preparatory, Gilbert Classical Academy, where he was a three-year state swimmer and served as team captain his senior year. He also has experience swimming for the Rio Salado Swim Club and is a member of U.S. Masters, the national non-profit swimmers’ organization. As a masters swimmer, Phung finished first in his age division at the Arizona Long Course State Championship meet in 2016. Phung also has six years of experience as a swim instructor, teaching children from the ages of three to 17.

 

Parker Freeman

Assistant Coach

Parker Freeman heads to his fourth year as a part of Jeremy Phung’s Grand Canyon University Club Swimming coaching staff.  Freeman is a Phoenix-area native, having graduated from Chandler High School, and was a member of the Wolves’ Swimming team.  Freeman was also a standout member of the Lopes’ Club Swimming team before moving up to a coaching position.

Freeman graduated from GCU in 2019 with a Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies with a minor in Military Service. Along with coaching, Freeman continues to work as a public safety officer on campus.

Rachel Newcomb

Assistant Coach

Phoenix native Rachel Newcomb enters her third year as part of the GCU Club Swimming coaching staff. Being passionate about serving her community, Newcomb has loved to be involved since she was a teenager. In 2017, she began coaching for her alma mater, Tolleson Union High School. Newcomb coached both new and experienced swimmers for the Wolverines while working alongside her former swim coach.

Newcomb graduated from GCU in 2019 with a Bachelor of Science in Pre-Physical Therapy and a minor in Psychology. Apart from coaching, she recently received her EMT certification and works at an emergency hospital.