Stacy Busack
Stacy  Busack

Fergus Falls, Minn.

Assistant Coach

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Busack joins the Golden Grizzlies after spending three seasons at Pittsburgh

Stacy Busack completed her first year as assistant coach in 2016-17. She was named assistant coach for Oakland swimming and diving in July of 2016. Busack joins the staff after spending the past four seasons as an assistant coach at the University of Pittsburgh. While at Pittsburgh, Busack’s primary duties included working with the sprinters and assisting in recruiting for the women’s squad. Under Busack’s guidance, 25 women set school records during her time with the Panthers.

Prior to Pittsburgh, Busack spent four years as a volunteer assistant coach at her alma mater Minnesota. A 13-time All-American, recent Hall of Famer at the University of Minnesota, and Olympic Trial participant, Busack was one of the top freestyle swimmers in the country during her time as a Gopher from 2005-09. She was the Big Ten record holder in the 100-yard freestyle from 2009-14 – a mark which she set during her senior campaign.

Busack led the Gophers to the 2008 Big Ten team championship title and was an NCAA participant all four years of her career. She was a four-time Big Ten champion and collected 14 separate records at Minnesota. In the classroom, she was an Academic All-American and a three time Big Ten All-Academic performer.

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