John Hanks Moseley
Head Developmental Coach / Team Manager
John began his coaching career with the Briar Village Swim Team,
in Houston, Texas. He coached the Briar Village Swim Team
for three seasons and served as an Assistant Coach and Head Coach.
While in Houston, John also held a position as a Swim
Instructor and Assistant Coach at Memorial Athletic Club.
John moved to Fayetteville in 2006 to attend the University of
Arkansas. After arriving in Fayetteville, John began working
as a Swim Instructor and Assistant Coach at Fayetteville Athletic
Club. Upon graduating from the University of Arkansas with a
Bachelor’s of Science in Recreation and Sports Management,
John accepted a role as the Aquatics Director at Fayetteville
Athletic Club. As the Aquatics Director, he revitalized the
FAC Sharks Swim Team and Learn-to-Swim program. He also went
on to serve as the Operations Director for Fayetteville Athletic
In November 2014, John accepted a role as the Head Age-Group
Coach for Razorback Aquatic Club AquaHawgs. While with the
AquaHawgs, John oversaw the operations of the Age Group Program and
primarily coached the Rookie Hawgs and Wild Hawgs. During
his tenure, he helped with the recruitment of new athletes and saw
the team grow to record numbers.
John began working for the City of Benton, Arkansas in March
2017. He served as the Aquatics Specialist and helped open
the River Center. He was instrumental in the success of the
Benton Sharks Swim Team in their inaugural season. While in
Benton, John also worked with the Central Arkansas Swim Club.
John is also extremely proud of his work with the Northwest
Arkansas Summer Swim League and excited to be involved with the
future success of the league. John was an Arkansas Zone Team
coach in 2016. He has served as the Arkansas Swimming Inc.
Technical Planning Chair since October 2016.
Head Age Group Coach
Coach Myriah Frabisilio is an ASCA Level 2 certified coach and former collegiate swimmer with an amazing work ethic. She coaches, guides and empowers each swimmer to achieve their individual and team goals. She also possesses excellent leadership skills, dynamic communication skills and has a very strong mentoring ability. She is always happy to roll up her sleeves to get the job done.
Coach Myriah scooped up the MVP award in 2011 at Limestone College, South Carolina and was nominated as the women's team captain the following season. She is a three time Sun/Yuma Rotary Club All-Region Swim Team member and won the Rotary Club Regional Swimmer of the Year award as a freshman and as a senior. Frabasilio qualified for the Speedo Sectionals meet for the first time when she was merely a freshman in high school. She was a four year letterman with the Criminals Varsity Team and was named varsity MVP for 4 consecutive years. Coach Myriah also captained the Yuma High Criminals Swim Team to a Regional Championships in Arizona. As a multi-faceted swimmer, she still holds six swimming records at Yuma High School and more than ten records at the Yuma Heat Swim Team.
Most recently, her responsibilities as an Assistant Coach at the Yuma Heat swim program included the planning and creating of workouts to accommodate all swimmers at all levels, recruiting swimmers and
Coaches’, effectively communicating with parents and swimmers, organizing team building activities, entering all necessary data and paperwork for swimming competitions, and constantly motivating swimmers to have a positive mind set and strive to meet individual and team goals. At the Heat, Coach Myriah played an instrumental role in their athletes’ achieving National Age Group Top 50 & Top 75 times. More than 30 Yuma Heat Team Records were broken in her role as Assistant Coach as well as her swimmers’ posting four top 3 finishes at the Arizona Regionals Swimming Championships.
Coach Myriah is particularly skilled in fundraising and recruiting ideas and prides herself in being very creative on the pool deck. As a coach, her philosophy is to make sure that the swimmers are engaged, motivated, and continue to come back to practice.
Myriah is a member of the Venture Club and Cops on Patrol Pep Club. She has a fiancé Jeremy and a 6 year old daughter, Nevaeh.
Elizabeth brings a rich swimming background to our program.
She swam from a young age in her home town of Jacksonville Florida.
There, Elizabeth was a High School All American swimmer at the
highly recognized Bolles School Sharks program and went on to swim
collegiatently at West Virginia University.
She both swam and coached with two time U.S. Olympic
coach Gregg Troy. Elizabeth was instrumental during her time as an
age group coach in developing the 6-10 year old swimmers that went
on to help Bolles win 4 consecutive Florida State age group
championships. At Bolles, she coached with head age group/Sr.
coach Fred Costantini. They married in 1996 and went on to move to
Orlando, Dallas and most recently North West Arkansas. She is
mother to 7 children, 3 of which are Shark swimmers.
I grew in Jonesboro, Arkansas where I started swimming at 10
years old for the Jonesboro Jets Aquatic Club up until I moved over
to the Dart Frog Aquatics the summer before my senior year in high
school. Some highlights from my high school career include: 2012
Arkansas All-State Team, 2012-2015 Placed Top 5 in 100
Breaststroke, 2014 & 2015 6A Arkansas State Champions, 2014
Women’s Swim Team Co-Captain, 2015 Women’s Swim Team
I began my coaching career with Dart Frog Aquatics during their
summer seasons following my senior year in high school, and
freshman and sophomore year in college. For my Freshman and
Sophomore years in college I attended Lindenwood University. My
freshman year I was a part of the Women’s NCAA Swimming &
Diving Team specializing in the 100,200 breaststroke. Following
this season, I was told the cartilage behind my knee caps had
become too weak. I was not able to train how I needed to continue
my NCAA swimming career. My sophomore year I began coaching with
Parkway Swim Club and realized how much I missed training and
competing. I began training for my first open water race and was
fortunate enough to have placed 2nd in the 18-25 age
group for both the 1-mile race and 2.5-mile race.
Working with the kids at Parkway allowed me to find my passion
for working with kids and nutrition/fitness. I decided to transfer
to the University of Arkansas to study Nutrition & Dietetics
and start working towards the career goal of a Pediatric Dietitian.
Justin Potter grew up in
Bentonville, Ar, and swam for NWAA for 8 years. His swimming career
started when he was 4 years old and he has been a member of 3 other
USA Swim Clubs prior to moving to Arkansas. He was Captain of NWAA
and of the Bentonville High School Swim team for two years. He was
selected as the Arkansas Distance Swimmer of the Year in 2011 and
was a BHS Swim Team Member of the 2008-2011 State Championship
teams also setting records during this
After graduating from BHS
in 2011, Justin attended LSU and graduated with Bachelor in
Marketing and a Minor in History. While at LSU, he participated in
the LSU Water Polo Club for 3 years, eventually being selected as
the club President in 2014. He is currently employed as an Analyst
for ConAgra Brands here in Bentonville.