Riley Boulden is in his first year on the men's and women's swimming and diving coaching staff at the United States Military Academy. Boulden arrived at West Point after spending two years as the assistant men's swim coach and Associate Aquatics Director at DePauw University.
While at DePauw from 2012-14, Boulden coached two top-three finishes at the North Coast Athletic Conference Championships and two top-15 finishes at the Division III NCAA Championships. The Tigers swim program boasted 13 broken school records and 18 All-America honors under Boulden's leadership.
Prior to DePauw, Boulden was a decorated member of the University of Alabama varsity swim and dive team from 2006-2010. While a part of the Crimson Tide, he set a school record in the 200-IM and achieved three Olympic Trial cuts and four World Trial cuts. Boulden finished fourth in the 200-breast at the South Eastern Conference (SEC) Championships and placed 19th in the same event at the World Trials. Three of his four seasons Boulden was named to the SEC Honor Roll and was named Alabama's team captain in 2010. He graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Business Administration.
The Indianapolis, Ind., native is currently pursuing a Masters Degree in Sport of Recreation Management from Indiana State University.