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Coaching Staff

Clint Swan
Varsity Head Coach

Crown Point head coach Clint Swan is a 1991 graduate of Rensselaer Central High School and a 1995 graduate of Saint Joseph’s College.  Coach Swan was inducted into the Rensselaer High School Hall of Fame in 2013.  He is in his 25th year as a basketball coach, 22nd as a head coach.  In Swan’s first three years as a coach, he coached the junior varsity teams at three different high schools:  North Newton, Tri-County, and Andrean.  

After his year of junior varsity work at Andrean, he was named their head coach in the summer of 1997 at the age of 24 making him the youngest head coach in the state.  His first four years at Andrean were successful ones as Swan amassed 83 wins against only 16 defeats taking the 59’ers to three semi-states and the state championship game in 2000 where the Niners lost to Indianapolis Brebeuf at Conseco Fieldhouse (currently Bankers Life Fieldhouse).  In Swan’s first three years as a head coach, Andrean put together the finest record in the state for that time period except for only Marion High School. 

From Andrean Swan went to Frankfort High School where the Hot Dogs were twice ranked in the Associated Press Class 3A Top Ten.  In Swan’s 20 years as a head coach, his career coaching record is 307-183.  He has coached four Indiana All-Stars and 11 Division-I college players.  In the summer of 2014, Swan was selected to be an assistant coach for the Indiana All-Star team.  Also, seven of his former assistant coaches have gone on to become head coaches.  

While at Crown Point, Swan has amassed a record of 169-111.  In 2008 his Bulldogs won the Michigan City Sectional finishing the year with a 17-7 record.  The following season, CP won 15 games falling in the sectional championship to Valparaiso, and in 2011, Crown Point went 18-4, winning more games than Crown Point had won in more than 20 years.  The Bulldogs won the sectional again in 2015 and 2016 and advanced to the Elite 8 finishing with 19-9 records in each of those two seasons.  During the 2016-17 season, the Bulldogs finished 22-4, which set a school record for victories.  The Bulldogs also won the Duneland Athletic Conference championship for the first time since 1999.  Swan was named the Times Coach of the Year in 2015.  It was his third time winning the award, tied for most all-time.  He also won the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association District I Coach of the Year award for District I, his second time earning that honor.

Swan teaches English at Crown Point High School.  He and his wife, Kimberly, a guidance counselor at Crown Point, have one child, Elliot, who is a sixth grader at Taft Middle School.


Mike Holobawski
Junior Varsity Head Coach

Coach Mike Holobawski is in his 11th season on the Bulldog coaching staff.  His vast duties over the years at Crown Point have included player development, scouting/game preparation, and assistance in the Crown Point AAU program.
 
He is a graduate of Hanover Central.  While playing at Hanover Central, he led the Wildcats to the school’s first sectional championship in boys basketball. Mike still holds many current HC records and was named 2nd team All-State his senior year.  Mike then played for two seasons at Purdue-Calumet.  In 2008 Mike was named to the 50th Anniversary Porter County Conference Team designating him as one of the conference’s 50 best players of all time.  

Coach Holobawski’s coaching career began at Hanover Central as varsity assistant coach for four years. During that time he also coached the Hanover eighth grade team for three years.  He was instrumental in the formation of Hanover’s AAU program and coached many of those teams.

Mike worked at the Chicago Board of Trade for 12 years after his playing career prior to heading to Taft Middle School where he currently teaches social studies.  Since joining Crown Point Community Schools as a teacher, he has been regarded as one of our finest educators, being named a finalist for the Crown Point Community Schools Teacher of the Year and nominated for the 2016 Crossroads Regional Chamber Inspiring Educator award for the Crown Point Community School Corporation

Coach Holobawski is single and resides in Crown Point.


Kyle Hanaway
Assistant Coach

Kyle Hanaway is in his second season as the varsity assistant coach.  He came to Crown Point as junior varsity coach in 2014 after a decorated career as the school’s point guard that included an all-conference selection and a sectional championship.  Kyle is a 2008 graduate of CPHS.

Kyle played basketball at Taylor University for legendary head coach Paul Patterson where he was a four-year starter and three-year team captain.  He departed Taylor ranked #4 all-time for career assists at Taylor and ranked #4 in the country in assist-to-turnover ratio his senior year.

During the 2012-13 season, Kyle returned to Crown Point to serve as a volunteer assistant coach for the Bulldogs.  From there he matriculated to Arkansas to be the assistant coach at Lyon College.  While at Lyon, Kyle was instrumental in formulating the first recruiting class under first-year head coach Chad Tapp.  Following Kyle’s one season at Lyon, he returned to Crown Point to rejoin the Bulldog coaching staff.

Kyle is in his second year of teaching social studies at Taft Middle School.  He is single and resides in Crown Point.