Radford visits the Fitch Natatorium for a meet on Nov. 3.
Sarah Woodbury enters her first year as the assistant coach for Marshall's Swimming and Diving squad.
Woodbury previously served as the assistant coach for the Stephens Duck's nationally-ranked men's and women's programs since last July. Before that she spent one season as interim head coach at Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas. While in Georgetown, she helped the Pirates achieve nine new school-records, two national qualifiers, and the first All-American in school history during the 2010-11 campaign.
The Austin, Texas native swam collegiately at Brigham Young University from 2004-07. Woodbury's BYU teams won four-straight conference titles during her time and she went on to train with the New Zealand national team in 2008 after graduation. Woodbury completed her graduate degree from Texas State University in San Marcus, Texas in December of 2010.
Woodbury has also coached at the Anderson Mill Swim Club (Austin, Texas) and Austin Community College. In addition, she directed three age group national squads during her time overseas in New Zealand.