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Jerry Cummiskey Named Binghamton Head Swimming & Diving Coach


VESTAL, N.Y. – The Binghamton University Athletic Department has announced the hiring of Jerry Cummiskey as its new head swimming & diving coach. He arrives from Bryant University, where he was the Associate Head Coach the previous six years. During Cummiskey's tenure at Bryant (2013-19), the Bulldogs rose to the top of the Northeast Conference (NEC) on both the men's and women's sides. The women's squad won the 2018 and 2019 NEC titles while the men's team was the runner up this past season. Individually, Bryant has produced multiple individual NEC champions, Senior National qualifiers, NCAA qualifiers and 2016 Rio Olympian Ben Schulte in the 100 breaststroke during that stretch. Cummiskey oversaw all aspects of the Bulldog program during his tenure, including academics, recruiting and both pool and dry land workouts. In the classroom, the Bulldog women's team had an overall GPA of 3.41 during the 2018-19 academic year while the men attained a 3.29 team GPA. "We are very excited to have Jerry head up our swimming & diving program," Binghamton Director of Athletics Patrick Elliott said. "He played a significant role in the growth of Bryant's program and he will do a good job of building on our recent success here at Binghamton."

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