Head Coach/Platinum Coach
John became the head coach of WAC in 2011. He has coached
at various levels for the past 13 years. John has worked with
athletes ranging from beginning swimmers to national level athletes
both at the college level and country clubs. Coach Sincroft
holds a level 3 ASCA certification.
John is a graduate of the University of Indianapolis where he
was a member of the swim team and studied physical education and a
minor in health and safety.
John is originally from Warsaw Indiana. He and his wife
Erin met while swimming together in college, Erin is a Physical
Therapist on the west side of Indianapolis. Their daughter
Molly is now three years old.
Head Age Group/Gold Coach
Austin (AJ) started
his swimming career in Mishawaka Indiana were he was born and
raised. He swam for the local club team as well as his high school
where he was a varsity swimmer all 4 years. In December, he
graduated with a Physical Education and Health Degree from the
University of Indianapolis. He has coached at the high school
level, as well as the Head Coach for the Warren Township Middle
School boys and girls team. He has coached at each of the three
levels within Warren Aquatics. He currently holds a level 2 ASCA
His coaching philosophy is that building the fundamentals and
techniques of swimming is essential for developing successful
swimmers. He looks forward to a great season and significant gains
for all swimmers!
Brooke grew up in the city of Greenwood, Indiana where she started
her swimming career at the age of 12 with the Greenwood Aquatic
Club. After graduating at Greenwood Community High School in 2008
she then moved to Terre Haute, Indiana to attend college at Indiana
State University. While at ISU she coached a year with the Terre
Haute Torpedoes then following that year she coached a summer with
her hometown swim team, the Greenwood Aquatic Club. Currently
Brooke is an assistant coach for the Warren Central High School
Brooke believes that teaching proper techniques
and skills in the water will help young swimmers grow strong
through out their swimming careers. She looks forward to working
with all swimmers and helping them to gain confidence and skills in
and outside of the pool.
Allie, an Indianapolis native, joined the Warren Aquatics Club
as the Bronze Group coach in the fall of 2013. She began swimming
at the age of 6 and continued to swim through high school and
college. Allie attened Butler Univeristy where she graduated in
2012 with a degree in strategic communications. Allie has taught
swim lessons through Swim America and private lessons. She is also
the assistant men's and women's swimming coach at Franklin College,
where she works as the assistant to the athletic director.
Allie looks forward to working with swimmers to develop better
swimming techniques and core values in and out of the pool.
Jennifer Hodnett was introduced to competitive swimming after
high school when beginning to train and compete in local triathlon
events. After joining a masters swim club, the love of the
sport grew and the desire to teach others proper swimming technique
and water safety. Jennifer received her Water Safety
Instructor Certification from the American Red Cross in 2009 and
has been teaching private lessons since.
Jennifer originated from Churubusco, Indiana and now resides in
Indianapolis with her family. She is in her senior year at
IUPUI in pursuit of a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences
degree. Upon graduating, Jennifer plans to continue to
develop the Learn to Swim program at Warren while pursuing a degree
in osteopathic medicine.