Roger Harriman, former head coach of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay swimming and diving team, was added to Green Bay Athletics “Top 50 Most Influential Leaders in Green Bay Athletics History” list on Friday, Dec. 6, 2019.
Harriman served as head coach from 1976-1990, leading the women’s team to Green Bay’s only national championship in 1984 as the NAIA champions. Harriman received the honor for the NAIA Coach of the Year in 1984 among many other awards during his time as head coach. In addition, Harriman recruited, trained and coached dozens of All-American swimmers and divers and is credited with aiding in the growth of swimming and diving talent locally during his tenure. Harriman was the second coach inducted to the Phoenix Hall of Fame 1998 class.
Green Bay Athletics announces a new member of its “Top 50 Most Influential Leaders in Green Bay Athletics History” list every week during the 2019-2020 academic season to celebrate 50 years of Green Bay Athletics.