Scott J Griffith
GSC Head Coach
Scott has been the GSC Head Coach since 2004. Prior to coming to Juneau, Scott served as the Head Coach and Aquatics Director for the Waynesboro Family YMCA in Virginia. Scott has produced numerous national level swimmers at both locations. He was awarded Alaska Senior Coach of the Year in 2007, 2008, and 2010. He was awarded Alaska Age Group Coach of the Year in 2011.
Since his arrival in Juneau, GSC has broke over 150 team records and 30 state records. Many of his former swimmers have, or are now competing, at the collegiate level. His passion for the sport and every athlete on the team brought GSC the state title in the 2010 Great Alaska Open and the 2011 Age Group Champs.
Scott and his wife, Sarah, have a two year old son, William. A baby girl is expected in December 2015. The Griffith's also have a dog, Nala, who is almost always waiting patiently in the back of Scott's truck for practice to be over.
Robby L Jarvill
Head Assistant Coach
Robby grew up in Sitka, Alaska and began swimming for the Baranof Barracuda's at the age of 8. He was a successful National Age Group swimmer and State High School swimmer. In 2002 he became the Head Swim Coach for BBSC and SHS. In 2004 he was awarded Age Group Coach of the Year for Alaska Swimming. Under his guidance in 2005 and 2006 Sitka High boys won High School State Swimming and Diving. In both 2005 and 2006 he was awarded with Men's Coach of the Year. In 2008 Robby brought Swim America to Sitka. In 2010 he began his own club SEAK in Sitka. From 2013 until now he has been away from the pool commercial fishing with his family. Robby and his wife, Bonnin have a 3 year old daughter, Olivia. They are all excited to become part of the GSC family and Juneau community.
Josiah R Loseby
Head Coho and Sockeye Coach
Josiah is a former GSC swimmer, Thunder Mountain High School swimmer, and was a volunteer GSC coach his senior year in high school. He is back in Juneau after completing his freshmen year in college at the University of Alaska Anchorage and is now continuing his education as a full time student at the University of Alaska Southeast. On top of this he works as a coach for the Glacier Swim Club and the Thunder Mountain High School Swim/Dive team because he enjoys working with children and making a positive impact in their lives in a sport that he loves.
Elisabeth Lindquist Jones
Lisa has been a GSC coach since 2007. She has been associated with GSC since fall of 1998, when Kristin (daughter) joined team. Kristin swam four years with JDHS, went on to swim at Northern Arizona University, coached a year at GSC and is now an active open water competitor. Trevor (son) joined team in June 2003 and swam four years with TMHS. Lisa was a competitive swimmer for 10 years in Georgia. She has taught swimming on and off for the past 30 something years.
Lisa enjoys coaching and teaching swimming because the kid's enthusiasim for being in the water and learning new skills is a joy to be a part of. Helping kids to learn, improve their strokes and be part of a team is highly rewarding. Lisa is thrilled to have the opportunity to coach GSC swimmers and be a part of the GSC family. Lisa is also a USMS Coach and a Red Cross WSI Instructor with CBJ.
Lisa works part-time with Juneau School District. She also has two adult sons living in Juneau and two dogs to keep exercised. Lisa does manage to get in the pool to swim a few laps every now and then.