Andrew Grevers is in his fourth year at the University of Missouri and begins his second season as lead sprint coach for the Tigers. Grevers teamed up with Coach Rhodenbaugh back in 2010 where he assisted the head coach with the middle distance group for two successful years.
Last season, Grevers helped Mizzou record program best finishes for both the men's and women's teams. Both squads placed 14th at the NCAA Championships, which matched the women's finish of 2012 and best the men's old best of 19th.
In 2011-2012, the program saw its greatest results to date, with the women finishing 14th and the men finishing 19th at the NCAA Championships.
Coach Grevers brings a strong collegiate and club coaching background to Columbia. He served three years as a volunteer coach for both men's and women's swimming at Northwestern University where he helped coach several NCAA champions and national record holders. He also assisted with the 2007 men's team which placed 6th at the NCAA championships.
Grevers was Head Coach of Wildcat Aquatics (Evanston, Ill.) from 2005-2010, where the team produced three national records and 27 state records under his watch. Grevers has also had the opportunity to work with some of the best swimmers in the world while attending national team camps for USA Swimming.
The Illinois native actually began his coaching career for the Lake Forest Club when he was just 15-years old. His sister, Carolyn, is the head coach at Lake Forest High School, while his mother, Anja, is a well-respective swimming coach in the greater Chicago area. Andrew is older brother to Olympian Matt Grevers and has played a strong supportive role in his swimming accomplishments dating back to when they first started working together at the beginning of Matt's collegiate career.