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Men's Associate Head Swimming Coa...

Phone: (979) ***-****  HQ Phone
Texas A&M University
3137 TAMU Langford Building A Room 422
College Station, Texas 77843
United States


Employment History


  • school history
    Limestone College
  • bachelor's degree , business administration
    South Carolina
  • John Marshall Law School
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Ryan Mallam Makes the Coaching Jump to Division I, Joining Texas A&M Staff | SWIMMING WORLD, 22 April 2013 [cached]
RYAN Mallam, former head coach at perennial powerhouse Indian River State College (Fla.), has been named men's associate head swimming coach at Texas A&M, head coach Jay Holmes announced on Monday.
Mallam, a four-year swimming letterman at the University of South Carolina, brings a wealth of swimming expertise to Texas A&M, which recently posted its 18th straight top 25 finish at the NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships. Mallam replaces veteran coach Douglas Boyd, who coached for nine seasons with Holmes including the last eight as the associate head coach.
"The people I talked to during the process kept using the same theme when describing Ryan: innovative, hungry and he cares about his athletes," Holmes said.
Mallam spent the past four seasons -- three as head coach and one as assistant coach -- at Indian River, and the Pioneers swept the NJCAA men's and women's national titles each year. One of college swimming and diving's winningest programs, the Indian River men's squad has won 39 straight national team titles, while the women's team has won 35 consecutive national crowns.
"His leadership and ability to communicate with the athletes created a learning environment that allowed students of the sport to thrive. Indian River Athletic Director Scott Kimmelman said, "I fully expect Ryan will be highly successful at his job with Texas A&M and wish him the best as he enters the NCAA Division I ranks in the Southeastern Conference, one of the most competitive conferences in the nation."
In his three seasons as head coach, Mallam saw his swimmers break 19 national records.
Mallam was named the men's and women's NJCAA Coach of the Year in 2012 and 2013. His 2011 and 2012 team received Scholar All-American Team honors from the College Swim Coach Association of America (CSCAA). Mallam also oversaw Indian River Aquatics in Fort Pierce, Fla., from 2009-11.
Before joining one of college swimming's most successful programs at Indian River, he led Limestone College to its best season in school history in his one season as head coach.
Mallam earned a bachelor's degree in business administration from South Carolina in 2000, and he had a double major in economics and management. He was named to the Southeastern Conference Scholastic Honor Roll in 2000. He also attended the John Marshall Law School from 2002-04. As a swimmer for the Gamecocks, Mallam was coached by Keith Switzer and Don Gibb.
During his prep career, Mallam was a regional and state champion, as well as a Junior Nationals and US Open qualifier. He was inducted into the Fayette County (Ga.) Swimming Hall of Fame in 2005.
A native of Fayetteville, Ga., Mallam and wife, Ashley, have one son, Levi (6).
The Texas A&M men's swimming and ..., 11 May 2013 [cached]
The Texas A&M men's swimming and diving program will hire Indian River head coach Ryan Mallam to be its new assistant coach.Mallam just finished his third season as head coach of the Indian River State College swim teams who easily
I really like the team and coaches, Ryan Mallam really made me like i was already apart of the team when I went to visit. College News, 16 April 2006 [cached]
RYAN Mallam, former head coach at perennial powerhouse Indian River State College (Fla.), has been named men's associate head swimming coach at Texas A&M, head coach Jay Holmes announced on Monday.
Mallam, a four-year swimming letterman at the University of South Carolina, brings a wealth of swimming expertise to Texas A&M, which recently posted its 1
Mallam Promoted at Indian ..., 6 July 2010 [cached]
Mallam Promoted at Indian River Ft. Pierce, FL , July 6th, 2010 Following an extensive national search for a new head coach to lead the nationally and internationally renowned Indian River State College Swimming and Diving program, the college found their new leader was already on campus. Ryan Mallam, having completed his first season as a member of the 2010 National Championship Team coaching staff, will begin his new assignment as the Head Coach immediately.
Mallam joined the Indian River staff in August of 2009, following a stint as the Head Coach at Limestone College in Gaffney, South Carolina. While at Limestone, Mallam guided the men's program to a 4th place finish at the NCAA Division II National Championships and coached the fastest and second fastest ranked swimmers during the 2009 NCAA Division II championship meet in the 50 free. Under his guidance, the team set 3 national records, 22 team records and had 48 All-Conference performances at the championship meet. Overall, Limestone qualified 14 student-athletes for the NCAA Championship, the most ever in the history of the program.
Mallam was featured in Swimming World Magazine, May 2009, and has been recognized with the American Swim Coach's Association 2009 Coach of Excellence Award.
Mallam was a four-year varsity letterman for the University of South Carolina's swim program. Mallam was a South Eastern Conference scorer, a U.S. Open and Junior National Qualifier, Georgia Individual State Champion, and Senior Regional Champion as a swimmer. Mallam graduated from USC with a degree in business administration in 2000.
An immediate national search will begin to fill the Indian River Assistant Swimming & Diving Coaching position vacated with Mallam's promotion.
LIMESTONE College Head ... [cached]
LIMESTONE College Head Swimming Coach Ryan Mallam has announced the signing of four swimmers for the 2009-10 season.
"Cody has experienced a lot of success during his high school career," Mallam stated.
"Brian has great size, speed, and talent," pointed out Mallam.
"Gene is an outstanding swimmer," Mallam commented.
"Blake brings a great deal of talent in the distance freestyle," said Mallam.
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