Ray Looze

2023 Swammy Awards: NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships

The University of Virginia women came home from Knoxville with their third national championship in as many years after breaking six NCAA records this week.


Burns, Peplowski Triple As Hoosiers Close Regular Season With Sweep of Louisville

Brendan Burns swept the 100 fly (46.19), 200 fly (1:43.28) and 200 back (1:44.95) to lead the Indiana men to a dominant 193-107 sweep over Louisville.


Tokyo Olympians Annie Lazor, Vini Lanza Announce Engagement

The two swimmers have been dating since 2018, with Lazor having moved to join the Indiana post-grad group while Lanza was wrapping up his junior year.


Why Indiana Head Coach Ray Looze Loves Using Polar Heart Rate Monitors

Looze is finding that although some athletes don’t always get their heart rate high enough, it’s more common for them to get above the intended HR


Ray Looze Guides PM Blue Set for Indiana Breaststroke Group | PRACTICE + PANCAKES

On this particular Monday, Ray had IU working through a blue practice, with the target heart rate being 170-180 for the fast efforts


ASCA Awards Anthony Nesty Coach of the Year, MC Banks Age Group Coach of the Year

ASCA has recognized Anthony Nesty as the George Haines Coach of the Year, and MC Banks as the Fitter and Faster Age Group Coach of the Year.


ASCA Announces Six Nominees for 2022 Coach of the Year

On September 8th, the ASCA will be announcing the winner of the 2022 George Haines Coach of the Year award from the six nominated coaches.


Butterflier Armando Vegas Transfers to Indiana From Texas

Vegas will be entering his junior season with Indiana. He recently swam lifetime best times in the 100 yard fly (47.28) and 200 yard fly (1:43.21) in March.


NCAA Finalist Mackenzie Looze to Return to Indiana for 5th Year

Mackenzie Looze scored 70 individual points at 2022 Big Tens. In each of her first four years at Indiana, she has made at least two Big Ten A finals.


Lilly King Becomes First American With World Titles In 50, 100 & 200m Distances

King becomes just the second swimmer in history to win the 50, 100 and 200-meter race of the same stroke at the World Championships.


2022 World Championships: Day 6 Finals Preview

Zac Stubblety-Cook may be one of the biggest gold medal locks of the competition as the only man to ever have gone 2:05 in the 200 breaststroke. 


Indiana Swim Coach Ray Looze Receives A Raise to $330,000 Per Year

Ray Looze is now one of the highest-paid swimming coaches in the country after receiving another contract upgrade from Indiana.


Ray Looze: Lilly King Racing At “80% of Her Capability” At World Championships

“She’s doing the best she can,” Looze said. “It doesn’t take a genius to kind of know what’s going on, given the world around us.”


Big Ten Announces Men’s & Women’s Swimming and Diving Postseason Awards

Michigan’s Maggie MacNeil was named Women’s Swimmer of the Year, while Indiana’s Brendan Burns earned the men’s award.

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2022 Indiana Swim Camps – Sign Up Today!

Indiana Swim Camps deliver expertise from coach Ray Looze and Olympians Lilly King, Annie Lazor, Cody Miller, Zach Apple and Blake Pieroni.

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