Assistant Coach (4th Year)
Adam Kennedy begins his fourth season as a member of the Navy coaching staff and his sixth year as an assistant to head coach Bill Roberts.
Kennedy has guided Navy's sprint and breaststroke groups to 15 NCAA 'B' cut times, seven individual event Patriot League titles and 22 EISL top-16 performances. His athletes have gone on to compete in national events such as the World Championship Trials and USA Swimming Championships.
Away from the Lejeune Hall pool deck, Kennedy is directly involved with the program's on and off-campus recruiting efforts, works with the Navy compliance office and oversees the pool preparation for both dual and championship meets.
In addition to his Navy coaching duties, Kennedy also serves as the assistant director of the annual Navy swimming camp, as a coach at swimming camps across the country, as the assistant coach of the Naval Academy Aquatics Club and as the head coach of the U.S. team at 2007 World Military Games.
Kennedy first served as an assistant coach to Roberts for parts of two seasons at Colgate. The program's men's swimmers totaled five Patriot League titles and 10 all-league performers during stint in Hamilton, N.Y. When Roberts departed Colgate at the end of the 2003 season, Kennedy served as the program's interim head coach for five months.
He would go on to serve as a graduate assistant at Ohio during the 2003-04 season before arriving at Navy. During his brief stint at the school, his sprint swimmers won four relay and individual event titles at the Mid-American Conference championship.
Kennedy swam on the collegiate level at Davidson, earning four letters during his career. His prep career included swimming for Ben Davis and the Tualatin Hills Swim Club and for Sunset High School in Portland, Ore.