Record: 6-2 Home: 3-1 Away: 3-1 Neutral: 0-0 IIAC: 3-0
2013-14 Men's Swimming/Diving Coaches
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Doug Colin - Head Coach - 16th Season
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Doug Colin took over head coaching duties at Loras in 1998. He has worked with local swim clubs since 1987, and in 1991 became the founder and director of the Dubuque Area Swimmin' Hurricanes (DASH). Previous to his Loras appointment, Colin served as an assistant coach at Senior High School for five seasons.


The Dubuque native and Senior High graduate has turned around the program. He led the Duhawks to back-to-back National Liberal Arts team titles on the men's side in 2003 and 2004. The 2004 team also won the Iowa Conference title.


Colin holds a bachelor's degree in business from the University of Iowa.  He and his wife, Marie, have three sons (Benjamin, John, and Will).

 
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Jon Gentry - Assistant Coach - 6th Season

Jon Gentry is a 2005 graduate of Loras College and joins the coaching staff for the sixth time for the 2013-2014 season. During his time at Loras Gentry was a standout swimmer in the distance events. He is a member of Loras' record-holding 800 freestyle relay team. He earned his bachelor's degree in Sports Management and Administration and also currently works as an Admissions Counselor at Loras. This is his first season coaching at the NCAA III level.

 
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Ann Foust - Assistant Coach - 10th Season

Ann has been a swim coach for tenth years. She was an Assistant Varsity Coach at Hempstead High School for 8 years where she focused on stroke technique, developed workouts, and created swim meet line-ups. Hempstead had a successful swim program which produced many state qualifiers and broke several school records. Ann has been a part of the Duhawks' program for the past three seasons. She works on stroke technique and provides individual attention to each athlete. In addition to her coaching career, she is the mother of four swimmers, including one who graduated from the Loras College and was a four year member of the Duhawk swim team. All four children participated on the local club swim team, DASH, and three went on to become swim coaches.