Caroline Maxvill is in her third year as an assistant coach after spending three seasons as an assistant coach at Miami.
Maxvill is responsible for the recruiting duties for the women’s side of things as well as assisting with day to day operations for the Lady Tigers.
In the 2019-2020 season, Maxvill helped Niamh Robinson qualify for NCAA’s. Throughout the season, the freshman moved up to No. 3 all-time in LSU history in the 100 Breast and No. 1 in the 200 Breast. At the SEC championships, Robinson finished in fifth place in the 200 Breast and and sixth in the 100 Breast.
For the 2018-19 season, Maxvill helped both Summer Spradley and Haylee Knight to appearances at the 2019 NCAA Championships. Knight qualified in 50 and 100-Yard Freestyle and the 100-Yard Butterfly. Spradley qualified in the 100 and 200-Yard Breaststroke.
Maxvill played a huge role in many Lady Tigers breaking school records over the 2018-19 season including both Knight and Spradley who set school records at the 2019 Swimming and Diving SEC Championships. Knight set the school record in the 100-Yard Butterfly with a time of 51.71 and Spradley set a school record in the 200-Yard Breaststroke with a time of 2:10.03.
During her tenure with Miami, she played a crucial role in the development of Angela Algee, a two-time NCAA qualifier. Algee, along with Christina Leander, also made it to the U.S. Olympic Trials in 2016.
Prior to her time at Miami, Maxvill spent two seasons as a graduate assistant at TCU. The native of Dallas was also the head swimming and diving coach at Athens (Texas) High School in 2012-13.
Maxvill is also an accomplished swimmer herself. After winning the 2007 Texas 4A State Championship in the 100-yard breaststroke for J.J. Pearce High School, Maxvill qualified for the 2008 Olympic Trials in the 200-yard breaststroke as a member of the Metroplex Aquatics club team.
A four-year letter winner at Texas A&M, Maxvill helped the Aggies win two Big 12 Titles in 2008 and 2010, and earned CSCAA Scholar All-America honors in 2010.
Maxvill graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies-Education from Texas A&M and with a master’s degree in Liberal Arts from TCU.