Josh Huger enters his second season with the H2Okies as now the assistant swim coach and recruiting coordinator. Called a tireless worker by head coach Ned Skinner, Huger has brought excitement to Tech’s sprint program has quickly developed a formidable recruiting prowess.
Prior to joining the H2Okies, he was an assistant coach at William and Mary, he served as the sprint coach as well as the travel coordinator. He helped coached the Tribe to its first men’s team title in 2015 and a second place finish in 2014. He also led the women to two consecutive third place finishes in 2015 and 2014.
Prior to William and Mary, he was an assistant coach at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Huger started IUP’s first swim club team and qualified athletes to YMCA Master Nationals and USMS Nationals. He was also a coach and counselor at Texas’ Longhorn Swim Camp and at the Naval Academy Swim Camp. Huger also spent two years as an assistant coach with two Virginia club teams, Virginia Swimming and the Rappahannock Area YMCA.
Huger earned his bachelor’s degree in sports management from IUP in 2011 and his master’s degree in 2012. He also founded SwimUtopia.com in 2010, a website devoted to covering swimming at all levels.
This bio was taken from the VT Hokie Sports website.
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