Mook Rhodenbaugh

Mook Rhodenbaugh

Head Coach at Dallas Mustangs

1413 W. Peters Colony Road, Carrollton, Texas, United States

General Information


Chairman  - Texas Senior Circuit

Head Coach  - Dallas Aquatic Club

Assistant Coach  - Southern Methodist University


Oak Hills High School

Southern Methodist University


Coach  - Year!

Board Member  - North Texas Swimming Inc

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Mook Rhodenbaugh
Head Coach, National Team Coach Mook started his coaching career with the Dallas Aquatic Club in 1986 and was named the Head Coach of DAC in 1989. He became the Head Coach of the Dallas Mustangs in 1992, after DAC merged with the Mustang Swim Club. He is originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, where he started age group swimming with the Cincinnati Marlins at age 6. He was world ranked in 100 backstroke and 200 IM events, and was 5-time National Champion in the mid-1980s. He represented the United States in international competition every year from 1981 to 1988 and was a gold medalist as a member of the 1986 USA World Championship Team that competed in Madrid, Spain. He broke three national high school records while attending Oak Hills High School in Cincinnati - the 100 back his junior year, and the 100 back and 200 IM during his senior year. Mook is a graduate of Southern Methodist University (SMU). As a member of the SMU Mustang swim team he achieved All-American honors and was named Captain of the team his Senior year. He swam on the SMU medley relay team that once held the American record and was the NCAA champion in the 100 back in 1986. Mook was an Assistant Coach at SMU from 1988 - 1991. He was voted USA Swimming Southwestern Coach of the Year in 1989 and 1991 and USA Swimming North Texas Senior Coach of the Year in 1995 and 2000. He was recognized by the United States Olympic Committee as the Pentathlon National Coach of the Year for 2004. In 2007 he was selected as an assistant coach for the USA Swimming Junior National Team that competed in Hawaii. And in 2008, he was selected to the USA Junior National Coaching Staff for the the World Junior Championships in Monterrey, Mexico. Also in 2008, Mook led the Dallas Mustangs to the team championship at United States Swimming's Long Course Junior National Championships.

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Mook Rhodenbaugh
Head Coach, Nationals Team

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Interest In Joining the Mustangs Consult try-out information provided within this web. Feel free to email our head coach Mook Rhodenbaugh or call him at 214.768.1641 if further information is desired.

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