Former NCAA all-America swimmer Mandy Commons DiSalle is in her second year as an assistant swimming coach at the University of Cincinnati.
Throughout her successful swimming career, she was an NCAA All-American, team captain, school record holder and competed at Olympic Trials.
Commons DiSalle, a Cincinnati native, came to UC after a year of running her own consulting business. Prior to going in to business, she spent three years as an assistant coach at the University of Toledo.
While at Toledo, Commons DiSalle helped the Rockets break several school records, and assisted in leading the team to six individual MAC Champions and the team's highest place finish. She worked mainly with the stroke/IM swimmers, who all achieved multiple individual personal best times during her tenure.
While at Clemson, Commons DiSalle set four school records, competed in the NCAA Championship meet four years in a row, was named on the All-Atlantic Coast Conference Team three times, and was named to the ACC Honor Roll. She was also an NCAA Strength and Conditioning All-American in 2000. Commons DiSalle also competed in the United States Olympic Trials in Indianapolis, Ind.
Prior to and upon graduation from Clemson, she returned to Cincinnati to assist coaching the Sycamore Flying Fish USS team.
Commons competed for Sycamore High School where she was a three-time Ohio High School State Champion, and was recently inducted into Sycamore's Hall of Fame.
She earned a BS in economics from Clemson in 2003 and went on to get her MBA at Toledo in 2007.
Commons DiSalle and her husband Eric live in Cincinnati.