Stephanie Fleming re-joined the St. Bonaventure men's and women's swimming and diving coaching staff in 2017 in the role of diving coach.
In her first season back on staff, she immediately made an impact. Bona divers showed great improvement during the 2017-18 season and Fleming helped freshman Anna Campos to qualify for NCAA Zones in the 1-meter dive. During the season, both Campos and fellow freshman Riley Parker received Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week honors for their success on the diving board. At Atlantic 10 Championships, Campos won the silver medal in the 1-meter dive to help the Bonnies to a fifth place finish at the conference meet.
Fleming previously served as the Bonnies men's and women's diving coach from 2010-13, picking up Atlantic 10 Men's Diving Coach of the Year honors in 2012 and 2013 with the second award coming as the culmination of a season where the Bonnies captured the Atlantic 10 Championship. During that time, she guided five-time Atlantic 10 champion Mike Murphy and oversaw divers that broke two varsity records and had three divers qualify for NCAA Zones. During her previous stint with St. Bonaventure, she also coached a local youth diving program and taught an undergraduate course in the Physical Education Department.
She also was the head men's and women's diving coach at the University of Findlay from 2014-16 where she had two divers compete at the NCAA Division II Championships including one who took the school's highest-ever finish in the 3M. Her divers also broke the program 3M record for 6 and 11 dives and another break the 1M 11 dive varsity record.
Fleming's coaching experience also includes work at the University of Texas dive camps the past two summers as well as the University of Michigan Dive Club summer camp.
Fleming has shared her expertise as an analyst for the Big Ten Network at the Big Ten championships as well.
She earned her Masters in Business Administration from St. Bonaventure in 2013 after receiving an undergraduate degree in Sport Management from the University of Michigan in 2010.
As an undergraduate, she spent four years on the varsity diving team at the University of Michigan where she was a four-time Academic All-Big Ten Conference selection.