Head Age Group Coach / Swim School Director
Coach Brian Gill enters his thirteenth year as the Head Age Group Coach of the Baylor Swim Club.
During his ten years at Baylor, Coach Gill has produced Southeastern Swimming champions, three Southeastern Middle School Championships, created growth in the age group program, and developed the swimming lesson program.
- In 2009 Coach Gill produced a Southeasthern Swimming Champion
- Led the 2011 Baylor Middle School Swim Team to a boys title, and the combined Southeastern Middle School Championship
- Led the 2009 Baylor Middle School Swim Team to another girls title, and the combined Southeasthern Middle School Championship.
- In his first year with Baylor he help expand the club program and introduced a highly successful swimming lesson program.
- As an assistant with the Lower School team he helped capture the Southeastern Middle School Championship in 2007
- Served as Head Coach of Signal Mountain Swim Team (2007-2009)
- Came to Baylor Swim Club from the Raleigh Swimming Association in North Carolina.
- While working under Baylor Head Coach Dan Flack, he helped expand the RSA program from 120 swimmers to 280 swimmers in four years.
- Achieved American Swimming Coaches Association Level III.
Coach Gill also spent three summers as the head coach of CASL’s Signal Mountain Swim Team, a team that boasts more than 250 swimmers. The Green Giants have come away with the Swimming and Combined titles at the CASL Swimming Championships in 2007, 2008, and 2009.
Before coming to Baylor, Coach Gill served as the Head Age Group Coach for the Raleigh Swimming Association in Raleigh, North Carolina. While working under Baylor Head Coach Dan Flack, he helped expand the RSA program from 120 swimmers to 280 swimmers in four years.
Coach Gill began his career as RSA’s Head Age Group Coach in 2001. In his second year with the club, Coach Gill received a Vocational Excellence award from the Cary Kildaire Rotary Club recognizing his work with children in coaching. Coach Gill focuses on developing proper stroke technique while striving to instill a love and enthusiasm for the sport of swimming. He boasts a coaching philosophy that every swimmer in the swimming program is important, regardless of swimming level. The RSA Age Group Program thrived under Coach Gill as he produced State and Sectional Champions in 2003 and 2005. Coach Gill also achieved American Swimming Coaches Association Level III status in 2005. In addition to his Age Group coaching responsibilities, Brian also oversaw several developmental clinics.
A competitive swimmer since the age of seven, Coach Gill swam for Lochmere Swim Club for 10 years and was a member of RSA and the Cardinal Gibbons High School swim teams. He furthered his involvement in competitive swimming at age 16, coaching summer league swimming at Glenn Ridge Swim Team. He then became the Head coach for Lochmere Swim Team in Cary, NC, where he managed 400 swimmers and five assistant coaches. In his four years as head coach, the Lochmere Monsters captured four Cary City titles, three single loss seasons, one undefeated season, and the 2003 TSA Summer League championship.
Coach Gill and his wife Leah live in Hixson, TN with their daughter Megan, and cat Abu.