Jason Brozek comes to KU from Indianapolis, Indiana where he worked in athletic administration and was the head swimming coach at Franklin Central High School and the Flashes Aquatics Club team. While at Franklin Central, he coached athletes to multiple school and club records and sent several swimmers on to compete at the collegiate level. With the Flashes, he was awarded Marion County High School Boys Swimming & Diving Coach of the Year for the 2013-14 season.
Prior to the Flashes and Franklin Central, Brozek spent four years as an assistant coach at Butler University where he coached individual medley and distance swimmers, leading two athletes to become all-time school record holders.
Brozek swam at Butler University as a student-athlete. He was a Horizon League Conference finalist and part of three school record-setting relay teams, competing primarily in breaststroke and IM.
Brozek is originally from Great Bend, Kansas where he was an all-state swimmer and school-record holder. His younger sister, Jessica, swam for KU from 2005-09.