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Coaches Contact Information

We are here to support your needs. If your questions are related to workouts, meets, events, goal setting, and other swimming related needs, please contact one of the coaches. For all questions related to administrative, such as dues, safety, or policy issues, please contact one of the board members

Coaching Staff

Andy Shields

Head Coach/USA Paralympic Coach

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Matthew Quinney

Lead Site Coach (Belchertown)

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Coach Matt has over a decade of compeititve swimming experience, having started off as a Belchertown Stingray at the Age of 6 and competing through to the Collegiate level at Ithaca College, where he studeied physical therapy and coaching. Matt has competed at Regional and National level competitions during his USA swim career. One of the highlights of his career included becoming Belchertown's first High School Individual State Champion in swimming having won the 200 IM at the MA Division 2 State Championionship in 2016. 

Matt has been coaching since 2017, and is not only the Lead Site Coach at the Triton's Belchertown location, but also the Stingrays Head Recreation Coach and Co-Head Coach for Belcehertown High School. 

Steph Mattrey

Assistant Coach

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Oliver Wyeth

Assistant Coach

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Ollie is a native of New Zealand that used swimming as a means to move to the United States. New Zealand is surrounded by water with the furthest inland point being only 74 miles. As a result of this, he began learning to swim as a toddler to prepare myself for the huge swells on the beaches. It wasn't until he was around 8 years old that he began to swim competitively. At the age 12, he saw his first national success which would carry through till he graduated high school. During his time in high school, he would travel to a few countries as a member of both the New Zealand Junior team and New Zealand Olympic Development team.
 
In 2014, Ollie was recruited by the UMass Amherst varsity team as a 500 freestyler, and 100/200 backstroker. In his time at college he was able to win multiple individual medals, two conference championships, acquire NCAA cuts, and captained the team his senior year. In 2018, Ollie put up the cap and goggles and realigned his focus to an area of study he was passionate about. This resulted in being able to attain a Masters of Science in Business Analytics in 2019.
 
 With a bit more free time now that he is no longer training 20 hours a week, Ollie lenjoys being on deck and sharing his swim knowledge and experience. 

Seamus Quinn

Assistant Coach

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Andy Paul

Assistant Coach

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Tessa Eve Yohan

Assistant Coach

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