When it comes to swimming, Daniel is no stranger to the water! Daniel brings several years of swimming experience to the CCiST coaching staff.
From the age of 9, Daniel progressed in the sport of swimming through participation in his local club, middle school, and high school swim teams while also participating in other competitive sports; cross country and track. At the conclusion of his senior year at Connersville High School, in 2009, he was recruited to swim for the Indiana University varsity team. Daniel completed his 4 year eligibility with the Hoosiers in 2013 earning IU school records in the 50 and 100 yard freestyles and as a part of the 200 freestyle relay, 200 medley relay, and 400 medley relay.
After his graduation in May 2014, Daniel continued to work his way up among the higher ranks of sprint freestyle swimmers in the U.S. Daniel has competed in several national level Grand Prix and Championship meets across the nation including the 2012 and 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials held in Omaha, Nebraska where he swam the 50 and 100 meter freestyle events.
Daniel is continuing into his fourth year of coaching for the Counsilman Center Indiana Swim Team and looks forward to working with the swimmers, families, and coaching staff to produce another great season for the team!
Daniel is from Connersville, Indiana. His parents are David and Sue Ann Kanorr and he has two older sisters, Kristan and Kara, and a cute pet dog, Elly.
ADV GROUP COACH
Curtis Goss has 17 years of competitive swimming experience.
Growing up in Southlake, Texas, Curtis swam club with the North
Texas Nadadores and high school at Southlake Carroll Senior High
School. During high school, he was a captain of teams that won 2
Texas high school state championships and was a 7-time
All-American. Curtis swam collegiately at Indiana University for 4
years, competing on multiple Big Ten Conference teams. He is
currently a PhD student in the Counsilman Center for the Science of
Swimming, with research interests in cardiopulmonary limitations to
swimming performance and nutrition.
Joe grew up in Centennial, Colorado just south of Denver. Joe
started swimming when he was 11, and swam collegiately for
Indiana University from 2011-2015. Joe graduated from Indiana
University in 2015 with a B.S. in Biotechnology and a minor in
Chemistry. Joe is currently pursuing a M.S. in Kinesiology from
Scott H. Haeberle
DEV/INT/JR GROUP COACH
I grew up in Bloomington and swam with CCiST from a young
age until I left for college in California. I went to Cal
and swam for four years (2012-2016). I was team
captain during the 2015-2016 season. I continued
swimming after college and competed in the Asia World
Cup and in Bolzano, Italy with Swim Mac Team Elite.
I continue to train on my own, both in the water and on
land, for triathlons. I competed in my first full Ironman in
November of 2017. One thing that I really appreciate
about the culture at CCiST is the balance of fun and nurturing the
love of the sport for the younger kids while focusing on
competitiveness for the older groups, I look forward to coaching
this season with this reflection in mind.
INT GROUP COACH
Akari is from Honolulu, Hawaii and swam competitively with Aloha
Aquatics, Iolani Swim Club and Iolani Swim Team until the age of
17. In 2010, as a junior, she was selected for the Interscholastic
League of Honolulu’s All Star First Team with Honors for
Girls’ Varsity Div. II Water Polo, and was named Iolani
Girls’ Varsity Div. II Water Polo’s Co-Offensive Player
of the Year. After the competitive seasons finished that year, she
quit both swimming and water polo to further focus on her violin
studies. As a senior, she was recruited for collegiate Division III
water polo, and was also offered an assistant water polo coach
position for another high school. She is currently obtaining a
Graduate Performer Diploma—Solo Violin from Indiana
University and received her Bachelor of Music in Violin Performance
from IU in 2015.
DEV/INT GROUP COACH
Keren grew up in Jerusalem, Israel and because her mom was a swimming coach at the time (and currently is the head medical Dr of the Israeli Swimming Association) it is probably safe to say she learned how to swim before she could walk. Keren swam for Hapoel Jerusalem Swim Club, competed at a national level until the age of 21 and has almost 15 years of coaching experience.
After completing a Bachelor Degree in Exercise Science at Griffith University in Australia, Keren moved to Bloomington where she is currently pursuing a PhD in Exercise Physiology at IU.