Brett Hawke



Brett Hawke is one of the world’s most recognizable names in swimming. As an athlete representing Australia, he competed at the 2000 and 2004 Games as Australia’s national record holder in the 50m Freestyle. During his NCAA swimming career as an Auburn Tiger, Brett received All-American honors 17 times including 9 of them as a National Champion. After retirement as an athlete in 2006, Brett entered the coaching profession.


Brett led the Auburn Tigers Men’s & Women’s Programs from 2009-2018 while being named Co-CSCAA Coach of the Year in 2009 as the men’s team won the National Championship. He has also been part of numerous international team coaching staffs including the World University Games.

Today Brett leads “Inside with Brett Hawke”, the world’s #1 swimming podcast where he takes a look inside the minds of swimming’s highest achievers.  Follow Brett on Instagram @hawkebr and his podcast at




Grant, from Mainlaw, Ohio is currently participating in his 5th year at Arizona State university, studying Sports Law and Business. Throughout his years at ASU, he has had multiple top finishes at the Pac -12 championship in addition to a first-place finish at the FINA World Championships. Grant has been named as the winningest swimmer in OHSAA history, earned All-America honors, been recognized as a CSCAA First-Team Scholar All-American, and has been named to the CoSIDA Academic All-American First team. Additionally, Grant was a gold medalist at Junior World Championships, Pan Am Games medalist, and a Trials qualifier.


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Jordan, from Rockville, Maryland is a freshman at the University of Louisville. As a member of Nation’s Capital Swim Club, Jordan has many high achievements so far including top 16 finishes at Futures, the NCSA championships, and the U.S. Open. In his spare time, Jordan enjoys creating content for his YouTube channel.

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Patrick finished his collegiate swimming career with the ultimate honor of winning a team National Championship with Cal while earning his Graduate degree. Prior to beginning at Cal, Patrick had 4 very successful years as a student-athlete competing in the Tokyo Games for Team USA and for the University of Michigan. Throughout his years at Michigan, he has been recognized for many academic and athletic achievements including CSCAA scholar All-American, U-M Athletic Academic Achievement, Big All-Ten first team in addition to many top finishes at the Big Ten Championships and NCAA Championships. Currently, Patrick is an Assistant Coach with Auburn University Swimming & Diving.

Follow Patrick on Instagram @patrickcallan1




Born and raised in Sandusky, Ohio, Charlie is currently swimming at Ohio State University while studying Sport Industry. He has had many high achievements including recognition as a CSCAA All-America and First Team All-Big Ten member. Charlie clocked many top finishes at the Big Ten Championships in 2022 including a first-place finish in the 1650, and a top 8 finish at the NCAA championship. In addition to all of these accomplishments, he was recognized as USA Swimming Scholastic All-American, named to the U.S. National team, has competed at the World Championships, and competed at the US Trials.

Follow Charlie on Instagram @charlieswims32vsc




Lydia is a member of the Women’s Swimming Team at The University of Texas where she is earning a degree in Textiles and Apparel with goals of pursuing a career in the fashion industry. Born and raised in Seward, Alaska, she has numerous outstanding accomplishments in the classroom and the pool. Lydia holds multiple records, has been recognized as a 4x All-American and Scholastic All-American, earned a second-place finish in the 2020 World Championships in addition to both a silver and gold medal at the Tokyo Games.

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Trent Pellini

Trent swam collegiately from 2017-2022. In his first four years, Trent was a multiple time All-American and school record holder for Purdue University. Not only was Trent a key piece to the success of Purdue Swimming and Diving in the pool, he also was a high achiever in the classroom being named Scholar All-American numerous times. Returning close to his hometown of Dana Point, CA for his 5th season of eligibility at the University of Southern California, Trent posted the best finish of the NCAA Championships for USC placing 5th for All-American Honors in the 100 yard breaststroke. Trent has continued to remain active after the completion of his eligibility, exploring the world of triathlons while beginning work in finance in Denver, CO.  

Follow Trent on Instagram at @trentpellini

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