Conner Snare has announced his resignation from the position of head men’s and women’s swimming coach.
Snare has accepted the position of assistant coach of swimming and diving at Michigan State University and will be leaving AU on Saturday, Nov. 10.
“I would like to express my deepest gratitude to athletics director Marcie Taylor, President Pistole and the university, for the opportunity to have led Anderson University swimming these last three years,” said Snare. “It has been an amazing experience and I’m honored to have had the privilege to work beside amazing people in the athletics department and the campus community.
“I will always view Anderson as my family and the sweetness of a new opportunity at Michigan State is countered by the bitterness of heartfelt goodbyes. One last time I’d like to say ‘thank you’ for the commitment of this campus in the creation and support of this program and for blessing me with the opportunity to lead a wonderful group of student-athletes. God Bless and Go Ravens!”
Snare, who helped create the swimming program in 2015, is the only head coach in the program’s history. Assistant coach Megan Wills will serve as the team’s interim coach. A search for a new head coach is expected to begin soon.