Tyler Fenwick joined the UVA coaching staff in August 2017 as Associate Head Coach of Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving.
Entering his seventh season with Virginia, the Cavaliers have set thirty American Records and two World Records, winning five Olympic medals at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and thirty-four World Championship medals over the last six seasons, including ten World Championship Gold medals in 2022.
Virginia has won three NCAA Team Championships, set sixteen NCAA records, had twenty-three NCAA individual and relay champions, over two hundred fifty All-American performances, and two NCAA Swimmers of the Year.
Since 2017, the Hoos have broken over fifty program records, achieved the highest GPAs in team history, won four ACC team titles, four ACC Swimmer of the Year awards, set eighteen ACC records, and won sixty-two ACC Titles.
Fenwick served as Assistant Coach on the U.S. Pan Pacific Championship Team in 2018 and was the U.S. Open Water Head Coach for the 2015 and 2017 World University Games and the 2017 and 2018 UANA Pan American Championships. Fenwick was named to the U.S. national team coaches list in 2012-13, 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19 and 2019-20.
Fenwick has been integral to the Virginia program on and off the deck. His primary responsibilities include alumni relations, development and fundraising, program marketing and promotion, social media creative services and management, and recruiting.
Fenwick served as the Associate Head Coach at the University of Tennessee from 2012-17. During his time with the Volunteers, he helped coach four U.S. Olympians, guiding the team to 100 All-American selections and 36 school records.
Prior to Tennessee, Fenwick coached the Men’s National Team with the Mission Viejo Nadadores in Mission Viejo, Calif. While working with the Nadadores, Fenwick coached swimmers to 88 NAG Top 10 performances, developed 9 National Junior Team members and two US National Team Members.
Fenwick served as the assistant coach for Germantown Academy Aquatic Club in Fort Washington, Pa., from 2004-07 under legendary US Olympic Team Coach Richard Shoulberg.
Fenwick attended Germantown Academy in Philadelphia. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English from William and Mary and a Master of Science in Sports Management from Tennessee. He lives in Charlottesville with his wife, Hayley, his daughters, Harper and Brooklyn, and his dogs, Knox and Maximus.