Head Coach at MIT
In three short years since taking over the men's and women's swimming programs at MIT, Dani Korman has launched the Engineers to the top of Division III swimming. In 2017, Korman led the women’s team to their best finish in program history at NCAA’s (5th overall), coached the National Champion in the men's 200-fly (the first NCAA title for MIT since 2012-13) and had 2016 graduate Margaret Guo, recognized as the 2017 NCAA Woman of the Year. Prior to joining the MIT staff, Korman spent three years as an assistant coach with the Yale University women’s swimming and diving program, where she had three swimmers qualify for the NCAA Division I Championships, numerous school records were broken, and multiple student-athletes earned All-Ivy League honors. Prior to Yale, Korman served as an assistant coach at Johns Hopkins University. Korman is a 2006 graduate of Kenyon College where she was part of four national championship teams. She was a seven-time All-American at Kenyon and served as team captain in her senior year.