Indiana University announced the hiring of Mark Hill to the coaching staff effective on July 24. Hill will serve as an assistant swimming coach for both the Indiana men’s and women’s teams .
Hill comes to Bloomington from the Old Dominion Aquatic Club, where he has served as the head age group since last August. Prior to that, Hill served both as an assistant coach for University of Michigan from 2012 to 2016 and a Volunteer Assistant from 2009-2012.
While with the Old Dominion Aquatic Club, Hill worked to build an age group culture where young swimmers could thrive, achieve, and develop into strong swimmers who were ready for the next level.
Hill also implemented video review sessions using underwater cameras, TIVO and Coaches Eye. During this time, Hill also founded Flow Swimming LLC. With Flow Swimming, Hill created new age clinic and camp curriculums for all aspects of the sport and continued his use of the latest technologies to update the methods in which swimmers learn and acquire skills.
While at Michigan, Hill helped the Wolverine Men win the 2013 Men’s NCAA Championship and 6 straight Big-Ten Championships. As the sprint coach at Michigan, Hill helped guide swimmers to set program records in eight individual races and on all five relay. While at Michigan, Hill has also served as an assistant coach on Club Wolverine Elite Team that hosted Olympic swimmers from around the world as they prepared for the Olympic Games.
Hill came to Michigan after spending the two years in Florida working as an assistant on The Race Club. During this time, he was also the head USS Age Group Coach in Key Largo and as the head high school coach at Coral Shores High School in Islamorada.
This short bio of Coach Hill was taken from the Indiana Hoosiers website.
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