I was always trying to make others better — Adam Crossen

Chris Ritter
May 24, 2017 · 3 min read

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Adam Crossen returns for his 10th season as head coach with the Soka University Aquatics Lions, bringing him to 20 years of college and club experience. During this time, Crossen’s coaching experiences have included working with Olympic coaches Mark Schubert, David Marsh, Teri McKeever and most recently, Dave Salo. Prior to taking over the Soka swimming program, coach Crossen served as Dave Salo’s right-hand man, responsible for NCAA compliance, recruiting coordinator, strength and conditioning, and on deck coaching at the University of Southern California. Before his momentary time at USC, Crossen spent 3 years assisting coach Salo with the Irvine Novaquatics and Soka University where he played an integral role in working with the NOVA team that saw 25 athletes compete in the 2004 Olympic Trials.


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    Chris Ritter

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    Passion for coaching, swimming, fitness & overall performance. Helping others improve and trying to get better myself. RITTERSP.com