Episode #142: Teri McKeever
Teri McKeever is in the 29th year of being the Head Coach of the Women's Swimming & Diving Team at the University of California. She served as the Head Coach of the U.S. Olympic women’s swim team at the London Olympics. Teri is, "regarded as one of the most accomplished swimming mentors in the United States, if not the world."
01:20 Teri McKeever Bio
02:30 How have you been so successful for so long at 1 place?
05:10 Early Struggles
08:15 Be the Best Teri McKeever
09:00 Asking for help is a sign of strength.
12:45 Women's Summit
13:35 What makes a great swimmer?
17:00 Sarah Dunleavey
17:15 What's changed the last 10-15 years?
20:10 Being a Female Coach of a Female Team
22:45 "If I was a female I'd be going to swim for Teri."
25:15 Time Management Lessons
28:40 No Scholarship Increases?
30:00 Common Courtesy From Recruits
32:55 What things do you do for yourself?
37:40 What separates you?
40:20 Training to Perform not Training to Train
41:45 What separates Dana Vollmer and Natalie Coughlin?
43:40 What's the thing that is driving you?
47:00 Congrats on your Pac 12 Championship
47:15 How do you feel about NCAA's?
51:15 How do we keep women in coaching?
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