This announcement is courtesy of Jill Greenleaf, head coach of Skidmore College men’s and women’s swimming and diving programs, and the Assistant Director of the Eastern and Central States Swim Clinic.
Hotel and clinic registration deadlines for the Eastern States Swim Clinic have been extended through Friday Oct. 11. The Eastern States Swim Clinic will be October 19-20, 2013 at the Crowne Plaza in Cherry Hill, NJ. Rooms can be booked at the special clinic rate by calling (856) 665-6666.
It should be an amazing clinic! Our lineup will include:
Chuck Batchelor: ’12 Coach of the Year & Coach of Olympian Elizabeth Beisel
Mike Bottom: Olympic Coach, ’80 Olympian, World Record-holder, Head Coach U Mich Men & Women
David Marsh: 3 time Asst. Olympic Coach, Head Elite Coach SwimMac
Todd Schmitz: Head Coach Colorado Stars, Coach of Olympian Missy Franklin
Ian Crocker: 3 Time Olympian ’00, ’04, ’08 – 3 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze Medal, World Record-holder
Brendan Hansen: 3 Time Olympian ’04, ’08, ’12 – 2 Gold 1 Silver, 2 Bronze, World Record-holder
Kate Ziegler: 2 time Olympian, World Record-holder, 4 time World Champion
The Eastern States Swim Clinic offers you a special opportunity to be with top age group & university coaches as well as ASCA, YMCA and USA Swimming club certification courses.
Clinic details are available here: http://www.swimclinic.com/
Registration form are available here: http://www.swimclinic.com/
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Susan is presently Head Men’s and Women’s Swim Coach at Swarthmore College in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania where her swimmers are consistently represented at Division III NCAA National Championships. Under her direction, 37 Swarthmore swimmers have achieved All American honors. Her teams consistently finish in the top 2 at the Conference Championships and both teams have been conference champions. Susan is presently a member of the NCAA National Swimming and Diving Committee for Division III and most recently received the NACDA Sears Collegiate Championship Award.
Prior to joining the faculty at Swarthmore in 1974, Susan founded the women’s swim team at her undergraduate alma mater, Springfield College, in Massachusetts. While a teaching fellow at Smith College, Susan founded the competitive swimming team while earning her Master of Science degree. Susan remains an active competitor in the equestrian sport of 3-Day Eventing and twice trained with the US Olympic Team in 1973 and 1977.
Mark Schubert is the Head Coach and CEO of Golden West Swim Club at Golden West College in Huntington Beach, California. He was USA Swimming’s National Team Head Coach from June 2009 until November 2010.
Schubert served as the Head Olympic Coach for the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. He was the Head Coach at The University of Southern California from 1992 thru 2006. His collegiate teams at The University of Southern California and The University of Texas have won three NCAA team titles and have won 47 NCAA individual titles. Last August, 2004 in Athens, Greece, Schubert serving as head women’s coach served his seventh consecutive USA Olympic coaching selection.
In his 34 years of coaching, Schubert has placed 33 swimmers on eight USA Olympic teams. These athletes have won 20 gold, 11 silver medals, and 2 bronze medal in Olympic Competition. They have won 21 world championship titles. Even more impressive, Schubert’s swimmers have broken 30 world and 148 American records and have won more than 200 U.S. national titles. His most prominent swimmers include Lindsay Benko, Kaitlin Sandeno, Eric Vendt, Kalyn Keller, Lenny Krayzelburg, Brad Bridgewater, Janet Evans, Kristine Quance, Tiffany Cohen, Mary T. Meagher, Mike O’Brien, Dara Torres, Sippy Woodhead, Jesse Vassallo, Brian Goodell and Shirley Babashoff.
Jill Belding Greenleaf has been the Assistant Director of the Eastern and Central States Swim Clinics since 1998.
Jill is presently the head coach of Skidmore College men’s and women’s swimming and diving programs and is chairman of the New York State Women’s Collegiate Athletic Association.
Prior to joining Skidmore, Jill served as a teaching associate and an assistant coach at Smith College (2000-2002) while earning her master’s degree. She was an assistant coach at Eastern Connecticut State University during 1999-2000 season.
While a student/athlete at Swarthmore College, Jill was a four-time NCAA Division III All-American and held numerous conference and college records.