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2019 Indiana Breaststroke Clinic



Open to Any and All Ages 14-18
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** For summer camps (not available for breaststroke clinic), we are offering an Elite segment as an option for 13 years and older. This segment of camp will feature an extra training session with a coach in the morning from 6-8 a.m. To learn more and participate in this Elite group, contact the Indiana Swim Camp soon after you register to reserve your spot! Space is limited!
Indiana Swim Camp Open to Ages 8-18


  • Office: 812-333-5684
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  • Mailing Address: Indiana Swim Camp; 2394 Winding Brook Circle; Bloomington, IN 47401
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      A Note from Coach Looze:

      Hello everyone! Thanks for stopping by today and navigating through our website! You will have the ability to check for any current daily news that may affect the swimming camp schedules. We have had a great response our past camps and are looking forward to the 2019 Camp Season.

      We are now accepting registrations for all four 2019 camp sessions!! Registration will remain open until the camps are full. We encourage you to handle all swim camp registration online and lock in your spot INSTANTLY. If you have any questions please call 812-333-5684 and Kandis Looze, the Camp Coordinator, will be happy to help you. We look forward to seeing you in the summer!

      Coach Looze



      Ray Looze - Head Swimming Coach, Indiana University

      Ray Looze is in 14th year at the helm of the women's swimming program and his 17th year of mentoring the men at Indiana University. The 2018 Big Ten and NCAA Swimming Coach of the Year, Looze has won a Big Ten-record nine Big Ten Coach of the Year honors. In addition, he was a 2016 U.S. Olympic assistant coach and the 2017 ASCA Swimming Coach of the Year.

      He has enjoyed tremendous success, including:

      • · In 2018, he was named NCAA and Big Ten Coach of the Year after leading the men’s program to a second straight Big Ten title as well as a third-place finish at NCAAs, the program’s best NCAA finish in 43 years. It also marked the men’s sixth top-10 NCAA finish in the last seven years. IU won five NCAA titles, with Ian Finnerty and Lilly King each sweeping the 100 and 200 breaststroke titles. In addition, the men won the 400 medley relay, IU’s first NCAA relay title since 1977. On the women’s side, IU placed eighth at NCAAs, the program’s third consecutive top-10 finish.
      • In 2017, the Indiana men’s swimming program won its first Big Ten title since 2006, and finished seventh at NCAAs. The women, meanwhile, finished eighth at NCAAs to go along with a sixth straight runner-up finish in the Big Ten. Lilly King defended her NCAA titles in the 100 and 200 breaststroke and IU had eight swimmers earn a total of 24 All-America honors at the NCAA Championships. After becoming the first coach to ever win Big Ten Coach of the Year honors in both men’s and women’s swimming in the same season in 2016, Looze did it again in 2017
      • In 2016, Looze and his swimmers shined at the Rio Summer Olympics, capturing four golds and six medals overall. King set an Olympic record while winning gold in the 100 breaststroke, and won gold in the 4x100 medley relay. Former IU swimmer Cody Miller won gold in the 4x100 medley relay and bronze in the 100 breaststroke. Current IU swimmer Blake Pieroni, meanwhile, captured gold in the 4x100 relay. In addition to that Team USA trio, Kennedy Goss (bronze, 4x200 relay), Ali Khalafalla, Marwan Elkamash and Anze Tavcar also competed in the Summer Games. During IU’s season, Looze guided both teams to top-10 NCAA finishes and runner-up finishes at the Big Ten Championships to earn Coach of the Year honors.
      • the IU women have won four Big Ten titles and finished in the NCAA top-15 in each of the Looze's 13 seasons
      • the IU men have placed in the top-10 at the NCAAs in six of the past seven years
      • Looze has coached NCAA champions Lily King (2016, 2017, 2018 – 100 & 200 breaststroke), Ian Finnerty (2018 – 100 & 200 breaststroke), Men’s 400 Medley Relay (2018), Brooklynn Snodgrass (2014 – 200 backstroke), Kate Fesenko (2010 - 200 backstroke) and Ben Hesen (2008 - 100 backstroke)
      • 2018 All-American Blake Pieroni recently won the 200-meter freestyle at the World Championship in China, becoming IU’s first male world champion since 1977.      

        Mike Westphal - Assistant Head Coach, Indiana Swimming

        Mike Westphal is in his 13th season at Indiana and is in his third year as the associate head coach.

        Westphal is the lead coach for the men's team, concentrating on the training of the distance and middle distance group. In 2016-17, the Indiana men claimed the program’s 25th Big Ten Championship, going wire-to-wire to earn the title. For the week, IU won a total of 19 medals – 12 gold, five silver and two bronze. Indiana also won four of the five relays at the Big Ten Championships, marking the first time in program history the team accomplished that impressive feat.

        At the 2017 NCAA Championships, the Hoosiers placed seventh overall – the best finish for the team since 1979. The 229.5 points are the most for IU since scoring 274 in 1975. The top-10 finish for the Hoosiers at the NCAA Championships is the fifth in the last six years. For the second-straight season, Indiana finished as the top Big Ten team at the NCAA Championships – the best stretch for IU since accomplishing the feat for 15-straight seasons from 1964-78.

        Over the course of the meet, the Hoosiers had 13 individuals earn a total of 32 All-America honors – the most in program history in 42 years since the team tallied 36 in 1975.  

        Coley Stickels - Associate Head Coach, Indiana Swimming

        Indiana University head swimming coach Ray Looze announced the hiring of Coley Stickels as Associate Head Sprint Swimming coach effective July 1. Stickels comes to Bloomington from the prestigious Canyons Aquatic Club in Santa Clarita, Calif., where he served as head coach since 2012.

        During his time with the Canyons Aquatic Club, Stickels helped lead the team to unprecedented success. Over 50 Southern California Swimming records were broken by Canyons swimmers, five American records, one world record, six National Age Group records and four national high school records. Most recently, Stickels helped guide current World, U.S. Open and American record holder Abbey Weitzeil to gold and silver medals at the 2016 Rio Olympics. He also helped lead 2015 World Championship bronze medalist Santo Condorelli to an Olympic final in Rio.

        On the international level, Stickels' swimmers have earned World Championship gold and bronze medals, Pan-Am Games silver and bronze medals, World University Games gold, silver and bronze medals, Pan-Pacific silver medal and Short Course World Championships gold and silver medals. In 2013-14, Canyons swimmers qualified and competed in the Junior World Championships, as well as Junior Pan-Pacific Championships. Since 2013, Coley has been a USA National team coach, including as a staff member of the 2014 Short Course World Team in Doha, Qatar.    

        Caitlin Hamilton - Assistant Coach, Indiana Swimming

        Indiana University head swimming coach Ray Looze announced the hiring of Caitlin Hamilton to the coaching staff on Sept. 4, 2017. Hamilton will serve as an assistant swimming coach for both the Indiana men’s and women’s teams.

        Hamilton comes to Bloomington from IUPUI, where she served as an assistant coach for both the men’s and women’s teams, as well as the recruiting coordinator for the women’s team. In 2017, Hamilton helped recruit the highest-ranked class in program history, with the men’s team’s ranked nationally. During her two years with the Jaguars, the team set 37 team records, posted six NCAA B time achievements and had two CSCAA Academic All-American teams.

        During the 2015-2016 season the Jaguar men finished second and the women finished fourth at the Summit League Championships. Highlighting the Championship was Jon Stoller winning the 200 Breast. Overall the Jaguars broke 19 program records, achieved three NCAA B cuts and Maranda Buha was named a CSCAA Honorable Mention Scholar All American.

        Previous to IUPUI, Hamilton worked with the University of Wyoming as an assistant coach of the combined program. While at Wyoming, she coached the mid-distance, distance and individual medley swimmers.During her tenure, the Cowboys finished third at the Western Athletic Conference Championships (M) and fourth at the Mountain West Conference Championships (W). Overall finishing the year with one NCAA qualifier, four Conference Champions, and eight NCAA B Cuts.



        The Indiana Swim Camp offers a unique experience that no other camp in the nation can match. The ultimate goal is to educate campers on the fundamentals of technique, racing, and training in the sport of swimming, while providing an opportunity for camaraderie with swimmers from all over the world!


        During the 5 days spent at the IU-Bloomington campus each swimmer will undergo a technical analysis and strength test. Elements of the profile include stroke analysis and land strength tests. Results of the profile will be sent home with each swimmer. All swimmers will be grouped with appropriate age and ability levels through an assessment at the beginning of the camp. Each day will include 2 water workouts, a dryland workout, performance testing, educational lectures, and fun evening activities.

        This summer we are offering an Elite segment as an option for swimmers 13 years and older. This segment of camp will feature an extra training session with an IU coach in the morning from 6-8am and range in yardage from 7,000-8,000 yards per session. The workout is in addition to the water sessions already offered with an emphasis that will focus on training and incorporating the skills learned in those water sessions. To learn more and participate in this Elite group, simply Contact Coach Looze soon after you register to reserve your spot. (Limited space in all 4 weeks)


        The commitment to championship athletics at Indiana University includes providing Hoosier student-athletes with a quality sports complex. The year 1996 marked the beginning of a new era with the opening of the Counsilman-Billingsley Center in the Student Recreational Sports Center. The SRSC, an 137,832 square-foot facility located on the corner of Law Lane and Union Street, includes the 44,651 square foot aquatics center used by Indiana's varsity swimming and diving programs. The CBAC is one of the nations leading swimming and diving facilities. The pool is 8 lanes, 50-meters by 25 yards, with a separate 8 lane 25 yard diving well.


        Campers will check in between 3:30 and 5:00 pm on Sunday. Registration destination will take place at Eigenmann Hall located at 1900 East 10th Street. Check out will be between 10:00 and 11:00 am. on Friday also at Eigenmann Hall. You can view an IU campus map HERE.


        No physical examination is required. Each camper must have a new, completed parental consent form on file with the camp each summer. The form is on the back of the camp application and included with the On-line process. Please send in completed forms 3 weeks before first day of camp. Current tetanus is required.


        For overnight campers, housing will take place in Eigenmann Hall dormitory located at 1900 East 10th Street. Each room is air conditioned and sleeps two campers. If you want to have three campers in a room, triples are availablelist both roommates on your registration. Be sure to note that on triples, one of the mattresses will be on the floor.

        Meals will be prepared by a professional staff and served at Greshman Dining Hall in Foster Quadrangle (1000 North Fee Lane). Supervision is 24 hours/day by our camp staff.


        You can make arrangements to be picked up at the Indianapolis Airport. The Indianapolis Airport is located 50 minutes from Bloomington. The Indiana Swim Camp does not provide ground transportation, however we recommend the Bloomington Shuttle Service, 800-589-6004 or visit or Classic Touch Limo at 800-319-0082 or visit for all your ground transportation needs to and from the Indianapolis Airport.


        No refunds will be given for cancellations after May 25, 2019. Requests must be in writing, and accompanied by a written physician's statement. Refund requests made within two weeks of the start of camp subject to $100 administrative fee. Please remember any refund can only be attained from Indiana Swim Camp.