I swam in High School in Corpus Christi. I was District champion in the 200 Individual Medley and 100 breaststroke all 3 years in high school. In college, I swam for the University of Hawaii Wahine Rainbow Swim Team. I started coaching swimming for a summer league team in Corpus Christi. I, then, began coaching the Ray High School swim team in the early 90’s. We placed 2nd at Regionals in ’96. I had the honor to be recognized as District Coach of the Year, 3 different times and also was recognized as Regional Coach of the Year, 1 time. My family moved from Corpus Christi to Sugar Land in 2001. I started coaching for George Bush High School swim team till 2006. I also had the privilege of coaching Providence Hurricanes summer swim team 2001-2007. I have been the Torpedoes coach since 2008.
My name is Josh Loux, and I am very excited to be one of your coaches this summer. This will be my fifth season on the Torpedoes' coaching team. As a varsity swimmer at Austin High School, I made it to districts freshman year and was a regional finalist my sophomore year in my favorite event, the 200 IM. It’s hard to believe this is my 15th season swimming with the Torpedoes! My other experience includes swimming for FCST and being a swim instructor with Sugar Land Swim School. When I’m not at the pool, I enjoy movies and spending time with my friends. I can’t wait for the season to start!