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The Staff

Drew Johansen

Drew Johansen IU & 2012 & 2016 US Olympic Head Coach

Experience: 23 years coaching all levels of diving
Achievements: USA Diving head coach for the 2012 Olympic Games

Drew Johansen was named the third diving coach in Indiana University history on April 29, 2013. Prior to joining IU, Johansen spent six seasons as the head coach at Duke University.

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    In March 2013 he directed Duke diver Nick McCrory to his third NCAA title on the platform, matching titles he won in 2010 and 2011. McCrory also posted runner-up finishes on the 1-meter and 3-meter at the NCAA meet, making him a nine-time NCAA All-American. He was the 2013 Atlantic Coast Conference champion in all three disciplines and is the most decorated diver in ACC history with a total of eight conference titles. For his efforts McCrory was named the 2013 ACC Diver of the Year for the third time in as many years of competition. Also at Duke, Johansen coached Abby Johnston to six ACC titles, including a sweep of all springboard events in 2010 and 2011. In all, Duke divers won 15 ACC titles in Johansen's six seasons.

    USA Diving named Johansen the head coach for the 2012 Olympic Games in London. Under Johansen's direction, the United States took home one gold, one silver. and two bronze medals from London. Johansen's divers from Duke, Johnston and McCrory, won silver and bronze, respectively. It was the most diving medals for the United States since the 1988 Olympic Games. Johansen has spent seven years as a U.S. National Team coach, including serving as head coach of the 2011 World Championship team as well.

    Johansen is a former member of the USA Diving National Team and has coaching experience at the club, collegiate, national and international level. In addition to his work at the 2012 Olympic and 2011 World Championships, Johansen coached the U.S. Diving World Championship team in 2005 and U.S. Diving Junior World Team in 2002. He founded the U.S. Elite Diving Academy in Columbus, Ohio in 2001, developing it into one of the largest and most successful junior and senior programs in the nation. Under Johansen's direction, the U.S. Elite Diving Academy won the U.S. Diving Junior Team title in 2005 and in 2006 captured the Junior and Senior team titles.

    Johansen and his wife Jenny, herself a two-time Olympic diver, have one daughter, Lina Mei.

Jenny Keim Johansen

Jenny Keim Johansen US Olympian and Assistant Olympic Performance Squad Coach

Experience: 13 years coaching
Achievements: 2-time US Olympian (1996 & 2000) / 2-time NCAA Champion

Jenny Keim Johansen is the assistant coach to the Olympic Performance Squad and wife of, Drew Johansen. Johansen graduated cum laude with a B.A. in political science and a minor in criminology from UMiami in 2002. While at University of Miami, she was a 2-time Big East diver of the year, a six-time All-American selection, and won the NCAA championship on the 3-meter board and platform in 1999 and 2000. On the international scene, Johansen is a 2-time US Olympian competing in the 1996 games in Atlanta and the 2000 games in Sydney. She was inducted into the University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame in 2010 .

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    Upon completing her career as a diver, Johansen began as a coach at LaSalle University in Philadelphia. Quickly gaining success and a love for coaching, Johansen continued her career with stops at North Carolina State and University of North Carolina before accompanying Drew to IU.

    Jenny and Drew are the proud parents of one daughter, Lina Mei.


KEVIN BURKE Graduate Assistant Coach

Indiana University head diving coach Drew Johansen announced the addition of Kevin Burke as a graduate assistant coach for the IU diving program on Aug. 2, 2018.

Burke, a native of Rockville, Md., was a two-time member of the Junior National Team, qualifying for the Pan-American Championships and Junior World Championships. As a collegiate athlete, Burke was three-time ACC champion and consolation finalist at the NCAA Championships.

“We are so excited to add Kevin to our staff,” coach Johansen remarked at the time of Burke's hiring. “The addition of an assistant diving coach is a major step for our sport and Kevin is the perfect fit to be the first in this role. Kevin brings a wealth of diving knowledge and experience and will raise the level of coaching here at IU.”

Burke was formerly Head Developmental Coach at Montgomery Dive Club, one of the largest age group programs in the nation. The club has produced many Junior National Champions, National Team members and Olympic Trial qualifiers.

Professionally, Burke is interested in organizational management as well as youth athlete development. As a graduate student, Burke will be working toward a Masters degree in Recreation Administration.

Indiana University Diving Team

The Indiana University Diving Team

Known For: Olympians, NCAA Champions, USA Diving Champions, & Big Ten Champions
Awards: 22 Olympians since 1964

If you would like to be coached by some of the best divers in the world, look no further. The IU Diving team is comprised of Team USA members, World Team members, Olympians, NCAA Champions, Big 10 Champions, Olympic Trial members, and Indiana University record holders. This squad has participated in major international competitions including the Goodwill Games, PanAm Games, World University Games, World Championships, and the Olympics. Furthermore, Indiana University has more Team USA members training here than anywhere else in the country! Winning the USA Diving National Combined Team Championship is also an amazing achievement, and the IU team has won 17 of the last 25 years. With all their accolades, the highlight for many IU divers is each summer when camp rolls around. They love being able to give back and coach the campers. Whether it’s a full out on 3m or a back dive on 1m, the IU divers take great pride in helping a young diver reach that next level.

Hobie Billingsley

Hobie Billingsley Former IU & Olympic Head Coach

Known For: IU Head Coach 1959-1989, 5-time Olympic Coach

Hobie is one of the most influential coaches who ever lived. As the head coach at IU from 1959-1989, Billingsley's divers won 132 national titles and he coached in five Olympic games. His Olympic gold and bronze medalists include Lesley Bush, Kenneth Sitzberger, Mark Lenzi, Cynthia Potter, Win Young, and Jim Henry. Billingsley founded the World Diving Coaches Association in 1968 and was inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame in 1983. In the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Billingsley was honored by his nation with the opportunity to conduct the Judge's Oath at the opening ceremonies. Every week of camp, Billingsley gives a lecture and meets and signs autographs for the campers. This is definitely a highlight of the week for everyone at camp.

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Jenny Keim-Johansen, Director of Camp Operations


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