TCU’s Richard Sybesma recently retired after nearly 40 years as swim coach. In this photo from 2016, 8-year-old Nathan Lin was given a personalized shirt from the coach as part of the Make a Wish effort. Nathan died last year from brain cancer.
TCU’s Richard Sybesma recently retired after nearly 40 years as swim coach. In this photo from 2016, 8-year-old Nathan Lin was given a personalized shirt from the coach as part of the Make a Wish effort. Nathan died last year from brain cancer. Paul Moseley Star-Telegram
TCU’s Richard Sybesma recently retired after nearly 40 years as swim coach. In this photo from 2016, 8-year-old Nathan Lin was given a personalized shirt from the coach as part of the Make a Wish effort. Nathan died last year from brain cancer. Paul Moseley Star-Telegram

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