Coach of the Year and Two National Titles
- Head coach Dorothy Kempf earned the NAIA Women's National Coach of the Year during the 2008 Swimming & Diving Championships, February 27-March 1. Asbury College finished sixth among women's teams and ninth in the men's while capturing two individual national championships: senior Caitlynn Taylor in diving and freshman Matt Hood in swimming.
The women earned a total of 250 points, led by Caitlynn Taylor's first-place finish in 1-meter diving and third in the 3-meter event. All in all, the women qualified for eight championship heats, including three relays. Ashley Poore finished second in 3-meter diving and third in 1-meter, qualifying for All-American on both
events. Poore scored 33 of the teams total points, coming within four points of a national title in the 3-meter dive. Kelsey Perrine '09 appeared in five of the heats, including three team events—the 800 yard freestyle and 200 & 400 medley relay teams. Perrine's best individual finish would be 6th in the 200 IM. Allison Hubach '11 and Abigail Sterneman '10 also qualified for the final heats in their respective events; Hubach the 50 and 100 yard free and Sterneman in the 100 and 200 yard breaststroke.
The men earned 169.5 points with Matt Hood racing in three final heats - including his national championship heat in the 200 yard freestyle. Hood finished as national runner-up in the 500 yard freestyle as well as an 8th place finish in the 100 free. Brad Huster '08 made the final round of the 200 yard butterfly, finishing 8th. The men qualified for final heats in the 200 & 400 IM relays and the 800 freestyle relay.