It would be difficult to find more innovative coaches
than those offered by CollegeSwimming Camps. Following
years of directing other camps, camp founder Greg
Earhart set about developing a new type of swim camp and
he began by attracting some of the most inventive and
dynamic coaches available along with a group of talented
and enthusiastic counselors.
Greg Earhart |Beth DeLaRosby | Greg Naumann | Kurt Niemeier | Dan Lloyd
Greg Earhart - Carthage College In 2008, Earhart became the youngest coach to earn the National Collegiate and Scholastic Swimming Trophy. The founder of CollegeSwimming.com, Earhart’s recruiting efforts have helped two universities win Big Ten Titles, and earn several of All-America honors. As the head men’s swimming coach at Carthage College he has led the Red men to three CCIW titles and many more All-American and Academic All-American honors.
Beth DeLaRosby - Carthage
College One year into her career at Carthage,
DeLaRosby has already garnered national attention for
her guidance of the Lady Reds. DeLaRosby led
Carthage to a pair of top ten finishes in her first two
seasons, highlighted by Amanda Croix's NCAA title in the
50 freestyle. For her efforts, DeLaRosby was named
the 2009 CCIW Women's Coach of the Year. As an
athlete, DeLaRosby was a two-time All-American at
Gustavus Adolphus College and a national jump-rope
Greg Naumann - Western
Illinois Just days after his first summer of
coaching at the Total Performance Swim Camp, Greg
Naumann was named head swimming coach at Western
Illinois. It was a homecoming for the former
four-year letterwinner at Western. Prior to that
Naumann was an assistant coach at Truman State where he
helped the Bulldogs to several NCAA top-ten finishes.
Kurt Niemeier - Monmouth
College - One of the most fun coaches on the
pool deck, Monmouth head coach Niemeier retains the
energy that made him a four-time MWC energy as an
athlete. In just his first year as coach,
Niemeier’s swimmers broke seven school records and won
an individual MWC title.
Dan Lloyd - Wheaton College
- Few young coaches can match the experience that Dan
Lloyd brings to camp. The Wheaton College
assistant has worked with several Olympians as a coach
at the Josh Davis Ultimate Swim Camp and as an assistant
coach to for the Olympic / High Performance Training
Group at Club Wolverine in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
There he worked with six Olympians who produced three
World Records in his time there. Lloyd was a
five-time All-American at Millikin University where he
was one of only four swimmers in conference history to
win four consecutive titles in two events.
Each camp’s staff is rounded out with experienced coaches, a team of dynamic counselors andaccomplished clinicians and instructors.