Head Women's Coach, Texas A&M University
In 2012 Head Coach Steve Bultman had nine current and former female A&M swimmers and one female A&M diver competing in the London Olympic Games. These numbers included two swimmers on the USA team, bringing Steve's overall total to six swimmers placed on USA Olympic teams. In 2012 Steve earned his second term as a US Assistant Coach at the Olympics, his third Olympic coaching stint overall. A highlight of those London Games included one of Steve's swimmers capturing Gold.
In his fourteen year tenure as Head Coach at Texas A&M University, Steve has coached his teams to four Big 12 Championships as well as top 10 finishes at the NCAA's for the last five years. He has produced three NCAA individual champions.
Steve is also a four time Big 12 Coach of the Year and a two time World University Games Head Women's Coach. He is a veteran coach of top-level swimmers who is also well known as a head coach of powerhouse club teams such as Dynamo Swim Club and Greater Pensacola Aquatic Club.
Steve has been a Head Coach of the Aggie Swim Camp for the last fourteen years. His focus on technique and stroke instruction as well as his passion and knowledge of swimming are what help make the camp so successful.
Head Men's Coach, Texas A&M University
The 2005 Big 12 Coach of the Year, Jay Holmes has played an integral role with the Aggie Swim Camp since its inception over twenty five years ago. Jay has been with the A&M program for over 25 years as a swimmer and coach, and has served as head men's coach since 2004. During his time at A&M he has helped recruit and coach swimmers who have made international teams and achieved NCAA All-American status. Personally he served as an Assistant Coach for the 2001 USA National Open Water team.
Jay is involved with every aspect of the camp's operation. His experience, knowledge and enthusiasm for teaching the sport of swimming and his ability to break down stroke mechanics to help swimmers maximize their potential enrich the camp experience for everyone.
Women's Assistant Coach, Texas A&M University
A decorated swimmer and talented coach, former University of Pittsburgh assistant Tanica Jamison was hired at Texas A&M on July 7, 2011. Tanica is an 11-time All-American and two-time NCAA Champion at the University of Texas and the 2000 Big 12 Freshman and Newcomer of the Year. She earned the Leadership Award in 2001 and 2002 and was a two-time team captain and selected as the team's Most Valuable Swimmer in 2003.
Tanica worked closely with the sprint and middle distance groups for the Pitt's men's and women's swimming and diving teams and also served as the head senior coach of Team Pittsburgh. In 2010-11, Panther swimmers earned five All-Big East awards and broke four school records.