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06/02/24 - 06/05/24

$499.00 - $599.00

FGCU Eagle Training Camp I

Location: FGCU Aquatics Center - 10501 FGCU Blvd South, Fort Myers, FL 33965
Registration Ends: 06/01/2024
Ages: 12-18| Online Registration Opens February 1    

06/06/24 - 06/09/24

$499.00 - $599.00

FGCU Eagle Technique Camp

Location: FGCU Aquatics Center - 10501 FGCU Blvd South, Fort Myers, FL 33965
Registration Ends: 06/11/2023
Ages: 8-18 | Online Registration Opens February 1    

06/10/24 - 06/13/24

$499.00 - $599.00

FGCU Eagle Training Camp II

Location: FGCU Aquatics Center - 10501 FGCU Blvd South, Fort Myers, FL 33965
Registration Ends: 06/09/2024
Ages: 12-18 |Online Registration Opens February 1    

06/10/24 - 06/16/24

$899.00 - $999.00

Training Camp with Long Course Meet

Location: FGCU Aquatics Center - 10501 FGCU Blvd South, Fort Myers, FL 33965
Registration Ends: 06/09/2024
Ages: 12-18 |Online Registration Opens February 1    


Eagle Swim Camps

Eagle Swim Camps offer the most unique camping experience in the country. Eagle Swim Camps, on the campus of Florida Gulf Coast University take place in beautiful Fort Myers, Florida. Campers will not only enjoy our state-of-the-art Olympic-sized pool but also the beachfront at beautiful Lake Como, home of USA Swimming’s Open Water National Championships.

Eagle Swim Camps offer day and overnight camp options. Each camper will receive a free camp t-shirt, water bottle, have all meals provided while on campus, as well as have a once in a lifetime experience interacting with Olympic athletes.


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Coach Bio's

Coach Dave Rollins

Currently in his seventh campaign leading the Green and Blue, Rollins brought over a decade of coaching experience at the club, high school and collegiate levels with him as he became the second head coach in program history. A standout collegiate athlete in his own right, Rollins was a nine-time NCAA All-American and national champion as a member of the University of Arizona swimming & diving team from 2002-06. In 2017, he was inducted into the Arizona Sports Hall of Fame.

In 2021-22, Rollins led the Eagles to another succesful season, leading the Green and Blue to a second-place finish at the CCSA Championships. He also coached numerous successful individuals as Wiktoria Czarncecka was named CCSA Swimmer of the Year while also being named Co-Swimmer of the Championships along with teammate Petra Halmai. At the CCSA Championships, the Eagles took home nine gold medals, including four relay gold medals.

In his fifth season with the Eagles in 2020-21, he led the program to its 10th CCSA Championship. Senior Petra Halmai was named the Swimmer of the Meet after sweeping the 100y and 200y breaststroke as well as the 200y IM. Halmai also led the Eagles to a win in the 200y medley relay along with Claire McAtee, Julia Rodriguez, and Tori Czarnecka. The 200y free relay team of Czarnecka, McAtee, Kaja Reinhardt, and Zuzu Rabiniak also took home the title.

Under the tutelage of Rollins, Halmai enjoyed an incredible 2020-21 season as she was named CCSA Swimmer of the Year for the second-straight season and qualifying for the NCAA Championships. At the NCAAs, she picked up six points across three events (100y and 200y breaststroke, 200y IM) securing a 32nd-place finish for the Eagles – finishing ahead of the likes of Power 5 institutions Florida State, Auburn, UCLA, Iowa, Penn State, and Duke. In the process, she became the first Eagle since 2016 to qualify for an NCAA individual final, doing so in the 200y breast. Her 11th place finish in the B Final set new FGCU and CCSA records and earned her an Honorable Mention All-America selection.

Halmai also became the sixth Eagle, and first under Rollins, in program history to swim in the Olympics as she represented Hungary in the 4×100 mixed medley relay in Tokyo, setting a national record in the process.

Rollins has also continued the tradition of academic success for the Eagle Swimming & Diving program as they received Scholar All-America Team accolades from the CSCAA for the 21st consecutive semester in the Spring of 2021. The fall GPA of 3.66 and the spring GPA of 3.60 are the two highest in program history, as is the team’s record cumulative 3.55 GPA at the conclusion of the Spring, 2021 term.

At the end of Rollins’ fourth season with the Green and Blue, the team captured second place at the 2020 CCSA Championships. Reese Wakefield collected Diver of the Meet honors, marking the second-consecutive year that the Eagles took home the accolade. Numerous members of the team collected individual first-place finishes, most notably of which was Petra Halmai’s record-shattering performance in the 200-yard breaststroke. Her time, which was four seconds off the previous mark, earned her an automatic bid to the 2020 NCAA Championships and checked in at 10th among the nation, the highest ranking any FGCU swimmer had achieved heading into the postseason. Though Halmai was unable to compete at the national meet – it was cancelled due to the COVID-19 national emergency – the Eagles were represented in the postseason by a pair of freshman divers, as both Wakefield and Delaney Nelson competed at the NCAA Zone B Diving Championships. 

In his third season at the helm, FGCU capped off the 2018-19 campaign with a 6-8 record along with a 2-1 mark in the CCSA as the Eagles placed second overall at the CCSA Championships. The Green and Blue racked up the second-most points in program history (1,668) as Gracie Redding was named the Most Outstanding Female Swimmer of the Meet for a second straight season. She captured the 50 and 100 free events. Meanwhile, Megan Wakefield was dubbed the Most Outstanding Female Diver of the Meet after taking both the 1 and 3-meter titles.

During his second season with the Green and Blue, Rollins guided the program to its second CCSA title in as many years, giving FGCU four-straight and its ninth crown in a span of a decade. At the conclusion of the meet, he received his second-consecutive CCSA Coach of the Year. By season’s end, FGCU had a swimmer represented at the NCAA Championships for a seventh straight season as Christina Kaas Elmgreen participated in the 100 and 200 fly events. The Eagles capped off the that season going 7-2 overall with an unblemished 2-0 mark in conference action. FGCU tied a program record with nine student-athletes collecting CSCAA honors as the team landed a spot on the Scholar-All America team. Elmgreen highlighted the bunch with First Team honors. All said, FGCU posted a 3.43 GPA to end the 2018 spring semester.     

In his first season with the Green and Blue, Rollins immediately built upon the winning legacy that had been established in the program as FGCU won its eighth CCSA Championship in nine years and sent swimmers to the NCAA Championships for the sixth-straight season. Rollins, who was named the CCSA Coach of the Year, led the 200 free relay team to a 15th place finish at the NCAA Championships and saw the quartet earn CSCAA Honorable Mention All-American honors – becoming just the second relay team in program history to do so. At the end of the week, FGCU turned in the third-best finish in program history as the Eagles tied for 41st – finishing ahead of the likes of Alabama, Notre Dame, Duke, Rutgers and others. 

That season, the team not only excelled in the pool by tying a program record with 12 dual meet wins, but also turned in its best semester in the classroom with a program best 3.52 GPA. The Eagles were named a CSCAA Scholar All-America team for the 13th straight semester, while a record nine student-athlete earned First Team or Honorable Mention Scholar All-American accolades. FGCU was one of seven CCSA programs to receive the recognition and matched Miami for the highest GPA turned in by a Division I women’s program in Florida. 
In four seasons with the Buckeyes, Rollins worked in multiple capacities including serving as the recruiting coordinator and director of operations to go along with his coaching duties. Promoted from assistant coach to associate head coach of the men’s team in April 2016, he helped lead Ohio State to four consecutive top-three finishes at the Big Ten Championships, including a runner-up finish in 2015, as well as four straight top-18 finishes at the NCAA Championships.
During his tenure at Ohio State when the men’s team posted a 40-5 (.889) dual-meet record, Rollins worked primarily with the mid-distance and stroke swimmers while also collaborating with the women’s coaches and student-athletes during the season. On the men’s side, Rollins helped mentor multiple student-athletes to a total of 74 Academic All-Big Ten selections, 37 All-American honors, 14 individual and relay school records – all but five events – and six individual Big Ten championships.
Prior to Ohio State, he was the head coach of the Cincinnati Marlins while also serving as an assistant coach for St. Xavier High School in Cincinnati, Ohio, from 2010-12. With the Marlins, Rollins oversaw all aspects of running a satellite program including scheduling practices, conducting workouts and mentoring assistant coaches. His contributions resulted in dramatic results as the Marlins captured three Ohio Age Group Championships. Rollins also worked with Olympic Trials qualifiers, National and Junior National qualifiers, and national and state record holders. Additionally, his efforts with St. Xavier were equally impressive as he was a part of two Southwest District Titles and Ohio Division I State Championships while coaching 11 All-Americans.
Rollins’ coaching career began during the 2006-07 season – while still fulfilling his curriculum requirements at Arizona – when he served as an assistant coach for Tucson Ford Dealers Aquatics under his former coach and American Swim Coaches Association (ASCA) Hall of Famer Frank Busch. During his first season in the profession, Rollins worked with all levels of swimmers, ranging from novice swimmers to state champions, sectional champions, Junior and Senior National qualifiers and Olympic Trials qualifiers.
After moving to Flagstaff, Ariz., in 2007, Rollins served as an assistant coach at Northern Arizona University for three seasons while also taking over head coaching duties for the Flagstaff Peaks Aquatics Club. In both capacities, he played a major role in impacting the quality and growth of the programs, highlighted by 12 school records at NAU and moving Peaks into the USA Bronze Medal Club category.
A 2007 graduate of Arizona with a degree in interdisciplinary studies, Rollins made a name for himself as a member of the Wildcats swimming & diving program. Along with his aforementioned NCAA All-American and national champion honors, Rollins is a two-time Olympic Trials qualifier (2004, ’08) and a USA Swimming National Championship finalist. While at Arizona, he set four school records and became the fastest American breaststroker in history – a record that stood for six years. He captained the Wildcats his senior year and still holds a pair of all-time top-10 performances in the 100 breaststroke (52.68) and 200 IM (1:44.42). Due to his accomplishments with the Wildcats, Rollins has been named a member of the 2017 University of Arizona Sports Hall of Fame Induction Class. 
A native of Brockton, Mass., he and his wife, Caroline Keefe Rollins, reside in Fort Myers with their three children, Alice, Elliot and Anna. 

Coach Ryan Bubb

Eagle Swim Camps wants to send a WARM welcome to Coach Ryan Bubb who will be joining us this summer for both sessions!


Ryan Bubb joined the Florida Atlantic University swimming & diving team in the summer of 2021.


Bubb moved to FAU after serving as the founding head coach of the Midland University’s men’s and women’s swimming & diving programs. As the head coach from 2016-21, Bubb had three teams compete at the NAIA National Swimming & Diving Championships. The men’s and women’s team competed at the NAIA Championships in 2018-19 and the men’s team brought home back-to-back Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) Championships in 2019-20 and 2020-21.

During the 2019-20 and 2020-21 seasons at Midland, the NAIA Championships have been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. To make up for the lost competition this past year, the team competed at the Collegiate Swimming Championships in Fort Pierce, Florida. The men’s team placed third and the women’s team took home fourth.

Bubb led the men’s team to a 10th place showing at the 2019 NAIA National Championships in the team’s second year of existence. In just two seasons, he saw 30 individual qualifiers reach the national tournament on the men’s and women’s side. Bubb also served as the Conference Chair of the swimming division of the KCAC, which started in 2019.

Prior to Midland, Bubb spent two seasons as the head coach at Lincoln Southwest High School (2015-17). At Lincoln Southwest, Bubb’s women’s team earned back-to-back Nebraska State Championships while setting 10 state swimming records (seven individual and three relay). The Silver Hawks were ranked in the top 10 nationally in both of Bubb’s seasons as the head coach. During his year at the school, Bubb was the lead age group coach at Heartland Aquatics.

Bubb was a four-year varsity letterman and a part of a four-time Big Ten Championships-winning team at Ohio State University from 2010-14. He left Ohio State with a myriad of top 10 times across numerous events in the program’s all-time record book. As the team captain in 2014, Bubb was also a two-time Ohio State Scholar Athlete and two-time Big Ten All-Academic Team choice.


In 2012, Bubb participated at the Olympic Trial Qualifiers in the 200-meter butterfly. He also competed at the 2016 Olympic Trials in the 50-meter freestyle.


Bubb was a five-time Nebraska State Champion and broke two state records at Lincoln East High School. He was a member of the U18 USA National Team in 2010 that competed in Barcelona, Spain, and finished in third in the 50-meter freestyle at the United States Junior National Championships in 2009.


Bubb graduated from Ohio State with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a concentration in art and technology in 2015.



Coach Josh Fleagle

Coach Josh grew up in St. Mary’s, Ohio and started swimming at the age of 7. He was homeschooled through high school and swam on the local YMCA team while growing up. At the age of 17, he won his first YMCA Nationals and qualified for his first Olympic Trials. He went on to win YMCA Nationals in 3 more events the following year. 

He attended The Ohio State University where he competed all four years while pursuing his Human Development and Family Sciences major; a major specifically geared towards helping and counseling individuals. Most summer seasons Josh would work with former OSU head coach Bill Wadley as a swim camp coach. During his collegiate swimming career, he was a part of two Big Ten Championship relays. In his junior season he was a Big Ten Champion in the 200 Free. Josh is a decorated All-American and has qualified for three Olympic Trials. At the 2016-Olympic Trials he competed in the semi-finals for the 100 Free. After graduation Josh became a professional swimmer and has qualified for three Olympic Trials and started coaching for the Bill Wadley Swim Academy.

Coach Aly Tetzloff

Aly Tetzloff is currently in her 1st season as an assistant coach for the FGCU Swimming and Diving team.

A standout swimmer at Auburn University, Tetzloff was a 14-time All-American in a variety of disciplines, including the 50 free, 100 free, 100 fly, 100 back, and all three free relays. She was also named All-SEC in 2017 and 2018 and was a three-time SEC Champion, winning the 100 back in as a senior in 2019 as well as the 400 free relay in back-to-back years in 2018 and 2019.

Tetzloff also has plenty of experience on the national level, having competed at both the 2016 and 2020 Olympic Trials, where she finished eighth in the 100 fly, as well as the Phillips 66 National Championships and the Toyota US Open. She has also competed professionally on the TYR Pro Swim Series as well as the International Swim League each of the past three reasons for the Tokyo Frog Kings in 2021 and the LA Current in 2020 and 2019.

A native of Crown Point, Indiana, Tetzloff graduated from Auburn in 2019 with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Sports Coaching minor.


Former Eagle Swim Camp Swimmer and Parent Testimonials


We are thrilled to be able to announce our complete roster of Olympians for our 2023 Summer Camps!

Garrett Weber-Gale

Training Camp: Garrett Weber-Gale

Garrett, a 2x Olympic Gold Medalist, came to swimming fame as a member of the “best relay in the history of swimming” 2008 Beijing 4×100 Free Relay that shocked the heavily favored French team to win. A former American and World Record Holder, Garrett was the first American to break 48 seconds in the long course meter 100 freestyle.

Why Eagle Swim Camps?

At Eagle Swim Camps we believe that swimming should be fun, educational and motivating. Anyone can attend a summer camp, but at our camp swimmers experience more than just stroke technique. We believe that summer camps should be about more than just looking at a black line and repeating drills. Summer camps are where young people learn incredible skills. Life skills, social skills, independent skills.


Eagle Swim Camps are more than just swimming. At Eagle Swim Camps we equip our campers with the tools needed to reach and surpass all their goals, both in the pool and in life.


Find all the answers you need.

See our most commonly asked questions and answers below. Still can’t find what you’re looking for?

Technique camp is designed to focus on each stroke, building them from the ground up. Each stroke is broken down and explained in a way to help reduce drag, which helping the swimmers find a better feel for their strokes in the water. We focus on drills and body positioning to maximize each stroke as much as possible. In addition, start and turn drills and techniques are taught to ensure all aspects of the races are improving


Training camp is designed to challenge campers in all aspects of swimming. We ensure that each practice is appropriate for the age and skill level of our campers while giving them a little taste of what a collegiate training week might look like. From pace work, to IM, races off the blocks to kicking. Each practice is designed to challenge the swimmers, but also fill them with a sense of achievement and accomplishment.

Competitive swimmers ages 8-18.

Yes. Each camper will be in a group with a counselor who is accountable for them at all times.There is some free time during the day, but campers are only allowed in the dorm or directly outside of the dorm where there is a counselor present.

2-3 swimsuits, cap, goggles, towels, water bottle, any food you’d like for your apartment style dorm (snacks, drinks etc), full size sheets, pillow, blanket or comforter, spending money for the bookstore trip (if you’d like!), sandals and gym shoes (for dryland), socks. 

1-2 suits for the day (if you’d like to change for the second session), goggles, cap, water bottle, any snacks you’d like, money for a bookstore trip (if you’d like!), sandals, and gym shoes/socks for dryland.

At Eagle Swim Camps, we pride ourselves on the low ratio of campers to counselors. We feel that individual attention is a necessity and is vital for a positive experience both in and out of the water.

Our Camp Director will have a camp phone which will be on at all times during all camps.The number will be handed out upon registration.

$20 to $40 should be plenty. The following is a list of typical items available in the camp store:
Caps ($10.00)
Snacks ($.50-$2.00)
Gatorade/Water ($2.00)


Our Facilities

The FGCU/Lee County Aquatics Complex opened in 2004 and serves as the home to the 9 time CCSA Champion FGCU Women’s Swimming and Diving Team.
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For questions regarding Eagle Swim Camps contact eagleswimcamps@gmail.com
or call 513-515-7371


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