Tribe Swimming and Diving Announces Hiring of Diving Coach Joyce D’arcy
WILLIAMSBURG - William and Mary Director of Swimming Matt Crispino ’02 announced today the hiring of Joyce D’arcy as the diving coach for the Tribe program. D’arcy replaces Dr. Robert McNamee who retired after the 2008-09 season after eight seasons.
D’arcy comes to W&M with six years of coaching experience. Previously, she has been the diving coach at West Chicago high school and with the Arlington Heights Recreation diving team. Currently, D’arcy instructs youth diving classes at the Kingswood pool in Williamsburg.
“We are excited about Joyce’s decision to coach our divers here at William & Mary,” Crispino said. “In the interview process, her passion for the sport of diving and for motivating student-athletes were immediately evident. Our divers will undoubtedly benefit from her experience and enthusiasm.”
D’arcy graduated from Rockford College in 1988 with bachelor’s degrees in both Spanish and Music. At Rockford, she was a member of the diving team for two years and an NCAA Division III All-American. In high school, D’arcy was a four-year member of the diving team and was selected as captain her senior season.
D’arcy currently resides in Williamsburg with her husband, Derek, and their four children.
AGATE – William and Mary names Joyce D’arcy diving coach.