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Auburn swim coach Richard Quick is diagnosed with brain tumor By Charles Goldberg Birmingham News December 30, 2008

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Auburn swim coach Richard Quick has been diagnosed with a brain tumor. Quick, who has won 12 NCAA titles and served as Olympic coach six times and is a legendary name in his sport, recently learned of the diagnosis.

Quick’s 12 NCAA titles match former Auburn swim coach David Marsh’s total. Quick, 65, replaced Marsh at Auburn before last year’s swim season.

Quick was also Auburn’s swim coach from 1978-82.

Quick won seven NCAA titles at Stanford and five at Texas.


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