Head Senior Coach
Coach Hunter is a coach
with a love for swimming and a burning desire to make swimmers as
fast as they can be. A recent graduate from Texas A&M, he swam
for four years and earned a team record. Hunter has coached Learn
to Swim, Summer League and in Texas A&M Summer Camp programs as
well as his job at D1 Sports Fitness where he coached multiple
athletes in various sports. It was at D1 where he found his true
desire and passion for coaching, which lead him back to the world
of swimming. Being a family oriented person, he believes that with
training through great technique and in a positive family
environment, true greatness can be unlocked and
Head Age Group Coach
Sarah began competitive
swimming at the age of 7 on the Tippecanoe Swim Club in West
Lafayette, Indiana, and continued competing for 13 years. At the
age of 16, she moved away from home in Montana to train with the
Mission Viejo Nadadores in Mission Viejo, California for 3 years.
She qualified and swam at US Nationals from 1986-1988.
She was also an Olympic trial qualifier in the 50 and 100
meter Freestyle in 1988. She received a scholarship to swim
at Arizona State University, and swam for the Sun Devils from
1988-1989. After graduating college with a degree in early
childhood development, she taught preschool and kindergarten
thereafter for 10 years, in addition to raising her three children.
She also coached competitive swimming in Canada for 5 years
where she was the novice level age-group coach. Sarah joins
TeamFINS while currently teaching and working customer service at
FINS of The Woodlands. Outside of the pool deck, Sarah is a lover
of yoga, gardening, and exploring the opportunities and adventures
that the city of Houston and surrounding areas have to
Camille M Leary
Coach Camille was raised
in the Klein area. She began swimming summer league at the age of 3
for the Spring Creek Forest Sharks and competed for them every
summer up to the age of 18.
At the age of 6, she
started her competitive career for Atex, then continued swimming
for New Wave Aquatics. She swam throughout high school where she
lettered all four years.
After high school,
Camille was recruited to swim for the Henderson State University
Red Wave, where she received an athletic scholarship. While there
she specialized in Breaststroke, Butterfly, and I.M. She currently
holds two collegiate school records in the 100 and 200-yard
Breaststroke. Coach Camille was a Bobby Cullen Scholarship
recipient. This award was given to the male and female swimmer who
were known for their leadership skills, work ethic, and dedication
to the team and sport. In her senior year, she was given the honor
of being named a Red Wave Women's team captain. Coach Camille
graduated in May of 2017 with a Bachelor of Science specializing in
Nutrition and with a minor in Biology.
While finishing her final
year of college, Camille assisted in coaching her fellow Red Wave
teammates. She has also coached for the Spring Creek Forest Sharks
and the Memorial Northwest Marlins. Camille is excited to begin
coaching for TeamFINS and ignite a passion and love for a sport
that gave her so many accomplishments throughout the many
Coach Andrew came to TeamFINS in the Fall of 2017 and is also a
pre-competitive coach at the FINS School in Spring-Klein. He
has been a coach for over 2 years.
Andrew swam with PACK for 5 years and then joined TeamFINS
giving his swimming career a total of 11 years. His favorite
swimming event is the 100 Fly but his best times were in
Freestyle. He achieved Gold at state and regionals. Then
later in his swimming career, made Sectionals Cuts in several
events. Coach Andrew has a passion for the sport and loves to
see his swimmers improve because it makes them happy and love the
sport even more!
In his free time, he enjoys skate boarding and traveling to
Coach & Founder
Bill Goudeket began
swimming competitively at the age of 12 for the YMCA swim team in
Ardmore, Oklahoma. While swimming throughout his high school years,
he also found time to teach swim lessons and lifeguard. Bill
qualified for the 1968 and '72 Olympic Trials
in Breaststroke and swam>
his competitive coaching career in the Houston
Northwest Aquatic League where he founded three teams.
Additionally, Bill has has coached for area USA Swim Teams, and in
1996, started and became Head Coach of the Houston Elite Aquatic
Team (HEAT). During his leadership, the HEAT had great success,
finishing as high as 2nd in the state including Top Ten finishes in
Texas Age Group Swimming for ten consecutive seasons.
In 1999, Bill and his
wife Kathy purchased the George Campbell Olympic Swimming Academy.
The business was renamed Fun IN Swimming, FINS, and currently
operates year-round swim lessons, competitive training, birthday
swim parties, and aquatic fitness in a 10,000 square foot
state-of-the-art, indoor, heated aquatic facility in Spring, Texas
and a newly constructed state-of-the-art facility in The Woodlands,
Texas. Bill currently teaches various level classes,
including the competitive classes and private lessons for advanced
"Taking new swimmers and seeing how much their confidence
grows, and their enjoyment increases, has been very fulfilling.
Competitive swimming is the most efficient method of swimming and
if taught correctly even the very young swimmer can show terrific
results. My competitive background dictates that I teach swimming
with a competitive style and we have trained our staff to do the
same. The results have been phenomenal."