Annual Report

Mark Feinberg

What’s it like to be named Coach of the Year six times in a row? Ask Mark Feinberg and he’ll tell you he is feeling thankful. This year, the women’s swimming team capped a fourth consecutive undefeated season with a fourth straight Centennial Conference championship, established six new team records, broke five Centennial Conference records and sent three swimmers (Clara Baker ’19, Meggie Leitz ’18 and Peyton Lyons ’19) to the NCAA championships, where Meggie became the first swimmer in Ursinus history to win a national medal. They’re achievements that would make any coach burst with pride, but to Mark, the “Coach of the Year” honor is a team award. “Not only do I get that award as a result of some very talented student-athletes doing amazing things, I really accept the award on behalf of the athletic trainers, the strength coaches, the admission group, the understanding professors, President Blomberg and the administration that lets our athletes dream big and go for it,” says Mark. “It makes me incredibly thankful for the support we get from Laura Moliken and the entire athletic staff here at Ursinus.”

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Mark Feinberg