West Virginia University Institute of Technology Swimming recently took another major step towards greatness by signing a two-year agreement with A3 Performance. Although the program is young, WVU Tech Swimming has made quite the splash in the Appalachian Conference and the NAIA. Both the men’s and women’s programs have developed an impressive résumé for a three-year-old program. For the 2014-2015 season, the men’s team was the Appalachian Conference champion and went on to the NAIA National Championships to finish ninth overall. On the women’s side, the Golden Bears finished 16th at the 2015 NAIA National Championships. Led by head coach David Dent, WVU Tech aims for a national championship on the men’s side and a top 10 finish on the women’s side, and A3 Performance is the best brand to help them reach their goals.

“Having a brand like A3 on our side will help us achieve our goals. A3 cares about its athletes, and it is evident in the products and service they provide to the team” said WVU Tech Head Coach David Dent.

WVU Tech Swimming has grown to a top NAIA team in a few short years; there is no doubt that the program will continue to excel. “Our partnership with WVU Tech Swimming is exciting because this program embodies the same drive and commitment that we have in delivering world-class products and service to our partners” concluded A3 Performance President and CEO Dan Meinholz, “Amazing things are happening!”