Scott Armstrong was named the head coach of the Johns Hopkins men’s and women’s swimming teams on May 26, 2016. He also had coaching stints at Johns Hopkins, the North Baltimore Aquatic Club (NBAC) and USA Swimming. Armstrong returns to Baltimore after serving four years as the assistant men’s swimming coach at Stanford. Armstrong joined the Stanford coaching staff in 2012 and worked daily with head coach Ted Knapp on all aspects of team operations. For his personal swimming career, he earned All-American honors 18 times, which ranked 10th in school history when he graduated and is still tied for 13th more than 10 years after his career ended. Armstrong accumulated 10 top-three finishes in individual events at the NCAA Championships, including six runner-up finishes. He was also a member of five relay teams that finished second at NCAAs. When he graduated, he held school records in the 500 Free, 1000 Free and 1650 Free.
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