WSC Coaching Staff
Chris Service - Club Director & Head Coach
Since 2014, Chris has had the pleasure of working with swimmers and athletes of all ages and ability levels. From training High-level Senior and Age Group Athletes all the way down to managing and operating multiple Swim Lessons Programs, Chris has developed a firm grasp on what is needed to create a fun, yet progressive environment for swimmers. In addition to being the Warriors Swim Club Director, Chris is Head Middle School Coach and Assistant High School Coach with the Clark Pleasant School Programs.
Chris' primary goal for Warriors Swim Club is to provide a community driven program where members can feel comfortable, and challenged. "A place where both swimmers and children, alike, can propser."
When Chris isn't at the pool, you can find him training athletes at the gym, traveling, or spending time with his wife, Amy.
John Sincroft - Senior Group Head Coach
Coach Sincroft started his coaching journey in 2004 after graduating from the University of Indianapolis.
After 2 years as an Assistant coach at UINDY he moved into high school coaching. He spent 4 years at
Franklin Central, 12 years at Warren Central and is now taking the reins at Whiteland Community High
School. While at previous schools he has earned multiple coach of the year’s honors, sectional
championships, and state qualifiers. He has trained swimmers at all ability levels. He is looking to help
build upon the culture that is coming together at Warriors Swim Club. His goals each day at practice is
that swimmers walk away being challenged and learn how to challenge themselves.
When Coach Sincroft is not at the pool you will find him spending time with his family (Erin, Molly, and
Cal). He also enjoys cooking and doing yard work.
Amy Service - Age Group Coach
Amy has spent most of her life in the water as either a swimmer, coach, lessons instructor or lifeguard. At only 25 years old, she is already knocking on a decade of experience working with developmental level swimmers. Amy swam for several of the JOCO Swim Clubs during her early years as a competitive swimmer. As a graduate from Greenwood High School, she extended her swimming career into college as a member of the Olivet Nazarene University Swim Team.
Amy's biggest goal for WSC is to create a safe and fun atmosphere for all of the athletes!
Amy's favorite stroke to swim and teach is Butterfly.
When Amy is not on deck, you might find her drinking coffee and spending time with her cats (Luna & Banana) and her husband Chris.