Brennan Riddle enters his first year as an assistant swimming coach for the The Ohio State University's swimming programs after a successful two-year stint as a graduate assistant coach for the Statesmen and Lady Statesmen of Delta State University.
While at Delta, he worked will all aspects and training groups of the program including sprinters, middle-distance and IM, as well as distance swimmers. During his time at Delta State, the Statesmen and Lady Statesmen combined for 19 team records, 30 All-Conference honors, 23 All-American honors, 11 Academic All-American honors, and 51 All-Conference Academic Honors. Riddle helped lead the Statesmen to a runner up finish at the NSISC championships and the Lady Statesmen to their first NSISC championship in over a decade.
Prior to his two years at Delta State, Riddle found success at age group levels and high school levels. He spent three years as an assistant coach for Riverdale Rapids Swim Team and Riverdale High School in Murfreesboro, Tenn. While at Riverdale, Riddle coached multiple athletes to regional and state meet success, as well as multiple age group swimmers to success in Southeastern Swimming.
Riddle graduated from Middle Tennessee State University in 2011, with a bachelor's degree in Business Administration, and received his Master's of Science in Sports Management from Delta State University in May of 2013.
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