Champions in the Pool.

Champions in Life

Our Board of Directors

Southeastern Swim Club is managed by a Board of Directors, volunteers responsible for guiding the future of our Club. They work closely with the coaching staff, school administration, and other parents to maintain our Club's structure and provide a safe environment for our athletes.


I am the head coach of both SSC and HSE Swimming & Diving. I have been a part of the SSC family since I joined the team as an athlete in 2008. My coaching career started in 2009, with coaching positions at SSC, Hilltop Aquatic Swim Team, Brigham Young University, Tennessee Aquatics, Eastern Michigan University, Club Wolverine, the University of Tennessee, and Carmel Swim Club. My wife Jenny and I live in Carmel with our 3 children: Liam, Olivia, and Riley.

I have served on the SSC board since the club was founded in 1989 and have held various positions throughout the years. My wife Kaylee and I have two children, Luke and Kenli. I can often be found on deck coaching various groups as I always want to give anything I can to the next generation of SSC swimmers.

The Stolle Family joined SSC in 2011 and currently has three swimmers in the club. Anna swims with the Royal group, Evan came out of swimming retirement to join the Lionfish, and my wife Chrissy swims with the Southeastern Area Masters Swimming (SAMS) program. Much of my volunteer involvement for the club comes as a nationally certified USA Swimming Official. Whether serving as a Meet Referee or helping out with a Super Splash, I’m most often found on deck in a white shirt.

When not on a pool deck, I work as a Senior Financial Advisor & Vice President with Merrill Lynch. I’ve also been a competitive cyclist since age 14 and still enjoy the competition and advocacy within the sport. I currently sit on several non-profit boards including the Southeastern Swim Club, Indiana Swimming, and the Rollfast Foundation. Past board membership includes the Hamilton Southeastern Education Foundation and Major Taylor Alliance.

It has been fun to watch our swimmers learn life skills and grow through the Southeastern Swim Club. I’m proud that our Club offers development programs for swimmers of all different skill levels. There is always a plan and path that our coaches have to help the swimmers reach their goals. I’m excited to watch SSC’s continued growth under our new Head Coach and look forward to contributing new ideas to benefit both the swimmers and their families.

The Hultgren family has been swimming with SSC since 2015. My wife, Anne, and I have two daughters. Molly is a Bluefin and Eleanor is a Sea Dog. Both of them started in Flying Fish and have come up through the club over the years. I can usually be found on deck wearing a white polo shirt as an official. Additionally, I have served (and currently serve) as a Meet Director for the Age Group State Championship Meet, something our club has taken pride in hosting and staffing for many years.

Professionally, I work at Purdue University where I am the Director of the Center for Medication Safety Advancement, a research center focused on reducing the harm associated with medication use. In my spare time, when I'm not on the pool deck, I am a pilot, a general aviation enthusiast, and love the Chicago Cubs.

SSC has been immeasurably important in the growth of our daughters and to our whole family. The club is defined by its membership, and we could not imagine a more wonderful group of people to share our journey with. Even after all of these years, coming to the pool still brings a smile to all of our faces.

The Salvadori family has been a part of SSC since April of 2018 when our son joined the team. We now have both kids swimming in the club. Bryce is a Seadog and Addyson is a Stingray. My history with the club however goes way back to when I swam for SSC and HSE high school and continues to this day as I now swim for the Southeastern Area Masters team!

I am a firm believer that swimming is one of the best sports around. The fundamentals, early life lessons, participation by all, and character building are what I love the most about the sport. The friendships that the swimmers make are ones that last a lifetime! There are swimmers that I swam with growing up that I still talk with to this day. I also believe that a strong community representation is key to growth and positivity!

You can find myself and my husband, Peter, on deck during our hosted meets. Most of the time I will be up on the head table and Peter is walking the deck as an official. Outside of the pool, I work for CNO Financial as a Market Conduct Analyst and my side gig is kid taxi. We love Disney as a family and on most vacations, you can find us there as well. We also love taking trips in our camper and love exploring the different state parks around the state.

The Dieckman family joined SSC in 2018. My husband, Brian, and I have two children Kendall and Christian. We currently have two swimmers in the club, our daughter Kendall is a Sea Dog and I swim with the Southeastern Area Masters Swimming (SAMS) program.

Brian and I believe strongly in supporting our community and are active volunteers in a variety of local organizations. At swim meets, you can find me on deck volunteering as a Stroke/Turn official or a meet chair for various positions.

Professionally, I work at Tanger Outlets where I am the National Campaign Manager. When not working or at the pool, I enjoy traveling, trying to learn how to golf, and spending time with my family.

At SSC, wonderful coaches and families have supported not only our daughter but also our entire family. We appreciate the club's emphasis on developing character as well as athletic potential, and we look forward to collaborating with the club and other parent volunteers in the future.

My family has been a part of Southeastern Swim Club since 2014. My wife Jenny and I have two daughters. Elise is in the Royals group. During swim meets and Super Splashes, I am most likely volunteering at the head table where I work as an Admin Official. I think our club runs the smoothest meets and I'm proud to be a part of helping make that happen.

Away from the pool, I teach physics and coach cross country at Hamilton Southeastern High School.

Because of the friendships we've developed during our time with the club, we consider SSC to be an extension of our family. The coaches and parents have had a major impact on the social and athletic development of our girls. I enjoy being a part of helping our club grow so that it can have the same positive impact on other families as it has had on ours.

My name is Courtney Johnson and our family joined the Southeastern Swim Club in 2015 when we relocated to Fishers. Chris (my husband and the kids' uber driver) have three kids together, all of who have swam at some point since we moved here. Gabby is a freshman swimming in the senior group and for the high school team. Max is a 13-year-old 7th grader playing baseball now and attends HIJH. Molly is an 11-year-old volleyball player also attending HIJH in 5th grade.

I have volunteered for most of the jobs over the years but, the last few years have found me chairing the hospitality committee which has been such a great opportunity to get to know our club and become more integrated within our community.  

Outside of the pool, I am a pediatric physical therapist working at Peyton Manning Children's Hospital.  I love working with kids both on the job and off and truly value the benefits of not only the sport of swimming for the growing body but, for the culture of teamwork and opportunities for growth.

In a community as large as Fishers, having a place for a child to be a part of a team and a place to belong is so beneficial to creating well-rounded adults of tomorrow. I believe Southeastern Swim Club does a fantastic job of this and I hope to be able to continue to contribute to this club in the years to come as a new board member.

Jim Self

At Large Member
HSE Athletic Director

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Greg Habegger

At Large Member
HSE Athletic Director

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