Coaches

 

Greg Bisheff - Club Director

Greg has been with the Waves since 2012 and ​coaches the Tadpoles, Minnows, Jr Waves, and Waves. After swimming with for Irvine Novaquatics for 6 years, Greg graduated from Woodbridge High School in Irvine and swam at UC San Diego. Greg has been coaching for 20 years and is the Head Coach of Viewpoint Swimming.
To contact Coach Bisheff: Greg.Bisheff@viewpoint.org

Briggitte Kroetz

Briggitte is in her fourth year coaching the Waves. After competing for the Porter Valley and Rattler Swim Clubs for 8 years, Briggitte joined the Pierce College Swim and Water Polo teams. Prior to joining the Waves, she coached at Guardian Angels Aquatics and CCAT Swim Club for 3 and a half years. Briggitte also coaches the Viewpoint School Middle and Upper School Swim Teams. 

To contact Coach Briggitte: Briggitte.Kroetz@viewpoint.org

Caitlyn Lozano

Caitlyn has been swimming since the age of 10 when she joined the Porter Valley Aquatics Team and then with the Rattler Swim Club. A 4-year Varsity swimmer at Alemany High School, Caitlyn earned a scholarship to swim for Cal State Bakersfield, where she excelled at the 200 butterfly. After 2 years at CSUB, she transferred to UC San Diego where she swam the 200 fly and 200 IM. While at UCSD, Caitlyn began her coaching career with the Swim San Diego Club and then with the UCSD Swim Club. In addition, she was also a volunteer assistant at UCSD under Coach David Marsh. 
To contact Coach Caitlyn: Caitlyn.Lozano@viewpoint.org

Brandi Michel

Brandi brings a wealth of experience coaching swimming and is currently the owner of the Revolution Swim School and Head Coach of the Yula High School Swim Team. Brandi has coached swimmers of all ages ranging from Mommy and Me classes to a coaching a 40 member swim team. 

David Puczkowsi

David joins the Waves after a tremendous swimming career at Westlake High School and UC Berkeley. At Berkeley, David was a member of the 2019 NCAA Championship team, competing in the 50 freestyle, 100 and 200 backstroke, and qualified for the 2016 Olympic Trials. 

Camille Duckett

Camille was a Junior National and National qualifier competing for CSA and Rattler Swim Clubs and was a 2-time CIF Champion and 4-time High School All-American at Thousand Oaks High School. After high school, Camille joined the California Polytechnic State University, San Louis Obispo where she received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Graphic Communication. Camille was recently coaching at the Australian Swim School.