Marcus Guttmann, Assistant UH Swimming Coach

Marcus Guttmann joined the staff at the University of Hawaii prior to the 2016-17 season. 
In his first season at Hawai‘i, Guttmann helped lead both the Rainbow Wahine and Rainbow Warriors to successful seasons in 2016-17. The UH Wahine won the 2017 MPSF Championship, had two swimmers qualify for the NCAA Championships, and Franziska Weidner was recognized as the MPSF Women’s Swimmer of the Year, as well as a four-time MPSF Swimming & Diving Athlete of the Week.

Meanwhile, Guttmann’s guidance helped the UH Warriors finish third at the MPSF Championships and 39th at the NCAA Championships after Metin Aydin qualified in three events and finished 15th in the 200 IM, earning honorable-mention All-America status. Aydin was recognized as the MPSF Men’s Swimmer of the Year.
In all, UH swimmers broke eight school records and combined for 41 program top-10 times in 2016-17.
Guttmann swam collegiately at the University of Wisconsin from 2009-13, and was coached by Coach Dan Schemmel during his final two seasons. He specialized in distance freestyle and butterfly events and in 2012 represented Wisconsin Aquatics at the United States Olympic Swimming Trials in the 400m and 1500m freestyle and the 200m butterfly.

Dan Worden, Coach

Dan has been a part of the University of Hawaii Swimming program for nine years, coaching the Masters program for the past 6. Besides assisting coaching the Varsity team, his coaching experience extends to having worked with some of the local triathlon groups, open water clubs, and swim lesson programs. Dan also works in the Aquatics Research Lab at the University of Hawaii where he studies swimming biomechanics and uses videography to analyze swim technique underwater. During his own athletic career, Dan both swam and dove at the University of Hawaii, focusing on the 200 fly, mile, and 1m springboard. He also is an experienced open water competitor, with multiple top 10 overall finishes and age group champions at the Waikiki Rough Water swim including 3 where he was the top UH finisher, and was a multi year winner of the Duke Open Ocean Mile.

Ivy Martin, Coach, bio to come

Katie Seaton, Coach: bio to come

Kira Fox, Coach: bio to come

Karl-Richard Hennebach, Coach: bio to come