We believe that our camp has one of the best coaching staff's of any camp in the country.

Besides the UGA staff we have a number of college coaches from around the country working with your swimmers. Many camp coaches have been coming back to work our camp for many years now. We have a great group of coaches/teachers who take great pride in making sure the campers learn as much as possible and have as much fun as possible during their time here.


Each coach has a full certified background check each and every year before they are allowed to work camp.




Swim Camp I

  • May 23rd to May 27th
  • $720.00 Overnight(Ages 8+ -18)
  • $670.00 Day (Ages 8+-18)
  • Private Lessons (Ages 13 and Under)
  • $105.00 for Three 30 Min Lessons - 24 spots available

Starts & Turns Camp I

  • May 27th to May 29th
  • $495.00 Overnight (Ages 8+ -18)
  • $445.00 Day (Ages 8+-18)

Swim Camp II 

  • May 30th to June 3rd
  • $720.00 Overnight (Ages 8+ -18)
  • $670.00 Day (Ages 8+-18)
  • Private Lessons (Ages 13 and Under)
  • $105.00 for Three 30 Min Lessons - 24 spots available

Starts & Turns Camp II

  • June 3rd to June 5th
  • $495.00 Overnight (Ages 8+ -18)
  • $445.00 Commuter (Ages 8+-18)​

Weekend Camp I

  • June 12th to June 14th
  • $540.00 Overnight (Ages 8+ -18)
  • $490.00 Day (Ages 8+-18)


** Please Note for 2020 Resident Campers must turn 8 years old before September 1st 2020!**


For Questions:

Jerry Champer, Camp Director

e-mail to:

P: 706-542-3517


Christen Shedden, Camp Coordinator
e-mail to:
P: 706-542-7946

Office Fax:  706-542-2566


Mailing Address:
Bauerle Bulldog Swim Camps
P.O. Box 1472
Athens, GA 30603 USA




Jack Bauerle - Head Coach


 Jack BioJack Bauerle is the consummate team coach. What he has done at the University of Georgia represents the pinnacle of team swimming, which is what the U.S. Olympic Team is all about. He brings a fun approach to the sport, and that will be key to producing Olympic success for our women's team."


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Jerry Champer - Camp Director - Associate Head Coach


Jerry ChamperJerry Champer, UGA Associate Head Coach, was a six-time Mid-Continent Swimming Coach of the Year. He has been affiliated with UGA Swimming for 12 years and has been the Camp Director for 10 years.


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Harvey Humphries - Sr. Associate Head Coach


HarveyHarvey Humphries, a fixture in the Georgia swimming and diving program for more than three decades, was promoted to Sr. Associate Head Coach in May of 2006. Humphries is entering his 33th year on the Georgia staff and his 37th year as a member of the program (including four years as a letter-man and two years as a graduate assistant).


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 Stefanie Williams Moreno - Asst. Coach


Stefanie Williams, a 28-time All-American and four-time national champion for Georgia, returns for her third season as an assistant coach. Williams works with the backstroke and middle distance groups. Before returning to Athens, Williams spent four years with the Ohio State women's team, including serving in 2011-12 as associate head coach. She was an assistant coach for Missouri's men and women for three years. 

Williams helped the Lady Bulldogs win three NCAA and three SEC titles during her career from 1999-2002. She earned the maximum 28 All-America certificates (24 First-Team and four Honorable Mention). Williams was a member of four national championship relays, helping the 200 and 400 freestyle relays set American records in 2002. She was a two-time SEC champion in the 200 freestyle and was on 10 victorious relays at the SECs. Williams left Georgia with the school mark in the 200 freestyle and still ranks in the top 10 in the 50, 100 and 200 freestyle. A team captain her senior year, Williams twice was named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll and graduated with a degree in Sports Communications.

Mary Anne Gerzanick-Liebowitz


Mary Anne BioMary Anne Gerzanick-Liebowitz is in her third year as assistant coach at Oregon State. Prior to her appointment at OSU she was the head coach for the Hillsdale College Swimming Team from 2001-2007. During her tenure at Hillsdale College, she qualified its inaugural NCAA swimmer for the 2002 NCAA Championships and coached team captain Colleen Rickard into the top-16 in the country which gave her All-American status in the 400 IM and 200 butterfly. While at Hillsdale she re-wrote the record board and gained scholarship opportunities for the women's program.


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Rich Pein

Rich Bio

Retiring after his 31st season with the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse swimming program in 2012-13, Rich Pein has experienced his share of personal and team accomplishments. 

Pein took over the UW-L men's program in 1979 and proceeded to guide the squad to a 10th-place finish at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletic Association Championships that same year.

Since his auspicious beginning, Pein has continued to lead the men's swimming program to top-20 finishes. In fact, UW-L has placed among the top-20 nationally in either the NAIA or the NCAA in 11 of Pein's 30 seasons. The Eagles finished 22nd at the 2010 national championships, their best showing since a 16th-place result in 1993. UW-L tied for 23rd in 2004 and finished 23rd in 2007.


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