Natalie Coughlin Returns to Alma Mater For Pool Dedication


U.S. Olympic swimming legend Natalie Coughlin Hall returned to her Bay Area alma mater Thursday for a pool dedication at a new school aquatics center named for her.

Carondelet High School, an all-girls private school, celebrated the completion of the Natalie Coughlin Aquatic Center, named in October for the school’s most famous alum, the 12-time Olympic medalist who also starred at Cal.

“I stepped onto the deck, and it said Natalie Coughlin Aquatic Center; it was a little overwhelming, a massive honor,” Coughlin said.

See NBC Bay Area

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