You need to know what makes them tick in order to coach them — Roric Fink

Chris Ritter
May 14, 2018 · 3 min read
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Roric Fink is the current associate head coach for the University of Texas. Coach Fink has been a part of the University of Texas for the past 6 seasons (the first 5 seasons, Fink served as an assistant coach). Prior to joining the University of Texas, Fink was the associate head coach at the University of Missouri (2 seasons) and the University of Arizona (8 seasons). Coach Fink’s career also involved building up the Ford Aquatic team in Tucson, Arizona as well as involvement with Phoenix Swim Club.

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