DATE START TIME VANDERBILT OLYMPIAN EVENT COVERAGE
July 28 5:30 p.m. CT Matthias Schwab (Austria) Men’s Golf, Individual Stroke Play, First Round NBCOlympics.com | NBCSports.com
July 29 5:30 p.m. CT Matthias Schwab (Austria) Men’s Golf, Individual Stroke Play, Second Round NBCOlympics.com | NBCSports.com
July 30 5:30 p.m. CT Matthias Schwab (Austria) Men’s Golf, Individual Stroke Play, Third Round NBCOlympics.com | NBCSports.com
July 31 5:30 p.m. CT Matthias Schwab (Austria) Men’s Golf, Individual Stroke Play, Fourth Round NBCOlympics.com | NBCSports.com
Aug. 2 1:30 a.m. CT Lily Williams (USA) Women’s Track Cycling, Team Pursuit, Qualifying NBCOlympics.com | NBCSports.com
Aug. 3 1:30 a.m. CT Lily Williams (USA) Women’s Track Cycling, Team Pursuit, Medal Rounds NBCOlympics.com | NBCSports.com

Lily Williams, BA’16

Lily Williams, an elite track cyclist representing Team USA, will soon become the first female Vanderbilt graduate to compete in the Olympics. A member of the 2020 team pursuit world championship squad, she has a good chance to become just the second Commodore to win a gold medal.

Given the route the former middle-distance runner took from Nashville to the Izu Velodrome outside Tokyo, she is also among the unlikeliest Olympians in the American delegation … Full story.

Matthias Schwab, BA’17

Vanderbilt golf will be represented at the 2021 Olympic Games in Tokyo as former Commodore Matthias Schwab will compete for Austria starting July 29 in Saitama, Japan.

Schwab, from Rohrmoos, Austria, was a three-time All-America selection from 2014-17 for Vandy. He was also named All-SEC three times and made the 2014 SEC All-Freshman team … Full Story.

Olympic History

 
OlympianJeff TurnerScott MullerCasey WeathersMatthias SchwabLily Williams
CountryUSAPanamaUSAAustriaUSA
Olympics1984 - Los Angeles1996 - Atlanta2008 - Beijing2020 - Tokyo2020 - Tokyo
SportMen's BasketballCanoeingBaseballMen's GolfCycling
FinishGold medal44thBronzeTBDTBD

Dores and the Olympic Dream

Jeff Turner was a member of the Gold Medal 1984 U.S. Olympic basketball team, alongside Michael Jordan, Patrick Ewing and Steve Alford.

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