Bryan Ferretti is in his third season as an assistant coach with the Georgetown University men's and women's swimming and diving program, where he he has helped guid his student-athletes to breaking 44 school record.
He came to Georgetown from Washington College in Chestertown, Md., where he served as the men's and women's swimming assistant coach and assistant aquatics director.
At Georgetown, Ferretti has already helped guide the Hoyas' men to 14 new school records, including four relays records, while also guiding the GU women to 14 new school records, including four relays.
Prior to Georgetown, Ferretti served as the Men's and Women's Assistant Coach, Assistant Aquatics Director and Shomen Assistant Coach at Washington College. While there, he assisted the head coach in all aspects of administering an intercollegiate swimming program, working primarily with the distance and individual medley competitors. During his tenure at Washington College, 23 school records were broken by the women while the men set four. One of his swimmers was also named the Conference Swimmer of the meet for consecutive years and achieved Division III All-American status four times. Ferretti also assisted the Shomen summer league team with over 100 swimmers from ages 5-18.
Ferretti spent the 2007-08 season as the Men's and Women's Assistant Coach at University of Rochester, where he gained his first collegiate coaching experience. While there, Ferretti wrote and administered the training plan for the distance and 400 individual medley athletes, as well as the dryland program. He also assisted in the coordination of the 2008 UAA Conference Championship.
As a student-athlete at The George Washington University, Ferretti was a four-year member of the Athletic Dean's List, a three-year member of the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll and a two-time team captain. Ferretti was also named the Colonial's team most valuable player in 2002, 2003 and 2005.
In the pool, Ferretti was a four-time finalist at the Atlantic 10 Conference Championships in the 1650 freestyle and the individual winner in 2003. He was also a four-time finalist in the 400 individual medley and a three-time finalist in the 500 freestyle.
Ferretti, a Newtown, PA native, earned his B.A. in Journalism with a minor in Communications from The George Washington University in 2005. He earned his M.A. in English from Washington College in 2010.