Coach Wolfred is entering his fourthteen year with Noblesville Swim Club. He spent 18 1/2 years as head coach of Lawrence Swim Team in Indianapolis prior to coming to Noblesville. While he was at Lawrence, he coach multiple Age Group State champions, Senior State champions, Jr National finalist, and IHSAA state finalist. Here in Noblesville, the team has grown to over 170+ swimmers and has continued to produce State Champions and National qualifiers.
He swam at the Riviera Club in Indianapolis for 12 years and was a Junior and Senior National Qualifier. He then competed for Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN. Rich graduated from Purdue in 1982 with a Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Management degree.
His family is proud to be in Noblesville where the community is very supportive of the swim club.
Coach Wolfred is married to Kristen and they have their youngest son that is swimmming for Noblesville.
Head Age Group Coach
Aleks begins his first full season with Noblesville Swim
Club. He swam for FWA in Fort Wayne, IN. He is a
student of the sport of swimming. His coaching stops include
FWA, Avon, Asphalt Green in New York, Swim Mac in North Carolina,
and most recently CSI in Cleveland, OH. He has coached
beginning level swimmers all the way up to Olympic Trial
Aleks was looking for another opportunity to grow and was
excited to join Noblesville and bring his passion for coaching to
Hamilton County. He will be directing the Age Group program
as well as helping with the senior groups. We are excited for
Aleks becoming a Miller.
This will be Kim's fourteenth season with Noblesville Swim Club. Kim started swimming at age five and competed for clubs across the nation ending up being a National level swimmer at Mission Viejo in California.
Kim has always been around a pool in some way her whole life. She is having fun giving back to the sport that she excelled in. She is also currently the aquatic manager at Forest Park.
Kim has three children and is married to Eric. Her daughter is now a competing for the high school.
Abigail M Grieshop
Abby is starting her sixth year coaching with the club.
She began swimming at Southeastern Swim Club and then spent
most of her swimming career at Lawrence Swim Team and finished up
with Noblesville Swim Club. She was a state finalist and zone
finalist many times over her swimming career. She has also
helped out at our Learn to Swim program in the past. Abby is
a stay at home mom and does subsitute teaching for Noblesville
Schools. Abby is married to Ben and they have a son named Oliver
Abby is very excited about working with the Voyager Gold
This will be Annie's ninth year
at Noblesville. Annie will now be coaching the Voyager Black
group. She also had coached for the Lawrence Swim Team for 8
years. She swam competively at the Riviera Swim Team for nine
years and was a Senior National qualifier. Annie is
also a masters coach with Indy Aquatic Masters in
Annie enjoys instructing the
swimmers in good stroke technique and watching them improve, while
still helping them enjoy the sport. You can contact Coach
Annie if you are looking for club private lessons.
Cassidy E Elliott
Cassidy is beginning her sixth year with our coaching
staff. She swam for Noblesville Swim Club for 10 years as
well the Noblesville High School swim team all four years.
Cassidy graduated from Purdue with a degree in teaching and is now
a seventh grade teacher at Noblesville West Middle School.
Cassidy is excited for this chance to be back with Noblesville SWim
Club and mentor this new generation of swimmers. Cassidy is
married to Todd.
Veronica is entering her third year with us. She came
to us by the way of Miami, FL. She has coached at MAC Metro
Aquatic Club of Miami in 2005-07 and Miami Dade County Aquatic Club
2008-12. She graduated from University of Miami and earn her
masters degree from St. Thomas University. Veronica moved
north in 2014 for a change in lifestyle and really like what she
found in Noblesville. Her husband joined her later that
Veronica is a Spanish language teacher at Our Lady of Grace
School. She is excited to get the opportunity to work with
the younger swimmers and hopes she can develop some great swimmers.