I Like Coach’s Oats because of the unique texture compared to regular rolled oats. Coach’s Oats provides a great fuel solution for early morning practices and a nutritious option when traveling across the country or world for competition.
Grant is currently a Division 1 collegiate swimmer at Arizona State University pursuing a graduate degree to become a Master of Law in sports law and business.
His undergraduate degree(s) was in clinical exercise science as well as human nutrition. Both of these majors facilitated a better understanding of proper training methodology and ideal fueling to optimally enhance performance in life and more specifically with athletes in sports.
During high school, Grant became an 8x Individual State Champion, 4x Team Champion, and multi-state record holder over my 4 years all while playing water polo as well. Between the two sports, he was able to become the winningest athlete in Ohio sports history.
During his time in college, House has been an Academic All-American and finalist every year he’s competed in the NCAA as well as captain of the swim team for three years and a multiple school record holder. He attended the Barrett, The Honors College at ASU and graduated with a 4.0 GPA Summa Cum Laude. Grant has helped play a pivotal part in taking ASU Men’s swimming program, taking them from 24th in the nation to 6th in the 2021-2022 NCAA season.
Grant has had the honor and opportunity to represent Team USA and USA Swimming 5 separate times internationally. He was able to qualify for these international competitions by performing to a high enough standard at various qualifying meets such as US Nationals and US Open. He is a gold medalist and Junior World Record holder at the 2015 Junior World Championship in Singapore as well as a gold medalist at the 2019 World University Games in Naples Italy. Additionally, he is a 2x silver medalist and finalist at the Pan American Games in Lima Peru. In 2022 Grant represented Team USA in the Historic Bi-annual Duel in the Pool international competition in Sydney, Australia, competing in seven total events over the two days to help Team USA win gold. He also competed at the Australian Short Course Meters World Championship Trials in Sydney Australia winning gold, silver, and bronze medals.