Head Coach - Brett Lucas

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Coach Brett joined the Tri-West Swim Club in April of 2022. Brett grew up in Pittsboro, IN and swam competitively for over 10+ years at Tri-West schools and Brownsburg Swim Club. Brett is soon to be a graduate from Ball State University with a degree in social studies education. During his tenure at Ball State, he was heavily involved in Special Olympics, organizing and raising funds for the campus-wide Polar Plunge event.

Coach Brett believes that speed is a byproduct of strong technique and hard work, and believes in building endurance and training all athletes to be well-rounded swimmers capable of becoming champions in any event. He believes in establishing and reaching goals as a means of achieving success. Coach Brett believes that swimming is an extraordinary opportunity to learn the values of inclusion, hard work, and perseverance.

"If you want to change the world, don't back down from the sharks." - Naval Adm. William H. McRaven


Assistant Coach, Lead Navy and Lessons Coach, Aquatics Director - Julie Stanley

Coach Julie Stanley is a USA Swimming Strokes and Turns Official.  She has been assistant coaching for three years.  Besides helping coach at Tri West Swim Club, her and her Husband, Scott, coach Special Olympics Indiana Hendricks County swim team.  They have been coaching SOIN Hendricks County for four years.

Coach Julie has been NWHSC Aquatics Director for two years.  She is Lifeguard and CPR certified.  She has her BA in Child Development with a specialization in Child Health.  She believes in inclusion of all children and adults.  She believes every child should have the opportunity to improve their skills in and outside of the pool.  Swimming is a sport that allows children of all abilities to grow physically, mentally and socially.  She is dedicated to helping all swimmers meet their goals.

Coach Julie is married to Scott Stanley and has four children.  All four children have been swimming for roughly eight years.


Lead Group Coach - Cameron Stanley

Coach Cameron Stanley is a student athlete at Anderson University. He is studying to become a Mechanical Engineer. He has been swimming for a total of eight years. He is Lifeguard and CPR certified. His experience includes being a swim instructor for two years, as well as being an assistant coach for Special Olympics Indiana Hendricks County Swimming for four years.

Coach Cameron believes in focusing on technique as well as building up endurance. He believes that every swimmer has different needs. He likes to focus on these needs to improve swimmers, as well as help them reach their goals.