Huber Announces Retirement

Posted: February 5, 2013 by kelseyray in IU Men's Swimming

He’s been here for more than 35 years.  Coaching the highest levels in domestic and international diving, IU’s head coach Jeff Huber announced on Friday that he will be retiring from coaching.

Although he is not an official alumni, Huber is a definite Hoosier and also a professor.  He has been coaching for 24 seasons and made a huge impact on the Diving Team at Indiana.


One thing is for certain, Huber will sure be missed.  His mark left on the team will be remember forever and his encouragement will be remain present for the team.  Huber is a 12-time U.S. National Coach of the year.

Huber earned the great honor of serving as a coach with the U.S. Olympic Team in 2000, 2004 and 2008.  His divers have competed at the Olympics, Pan Am Games, World University Games, FINA Diving World Cup, and won multiple USA Diving national titles.

Today, Huber is a part-time adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Counseling and Education Psychology in the Department of Kinesiology at IU.  What’s next for Huber?  We’ll keep you updated.  He will continue to continue with the IU program until August.  For now, we will all cherish the remaining time under Huber’s direction.

Okay, we won’t totally leave you hanging.  Here are a few instructional videos from Huber.  You’re welcome.


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