Edward H Stehlin
Coach Ed brings with him over 40 years of coaching experience.
A native of Moffat County, Stehlin has been swimming competitively since he was ten years old. He attended Western State College where he was a four-year letter winner, team captain and national qualifier.
Stehlin has coached at all levels and still competes at the Masters Level, earning All-America status in the freestyle and butterfly events.
Coach Stehlin is excited to work with the Maverick Aquatics swim program. He looks forward to helping the athletes aspire to become the best they can be in the pool and in life.
Coach Ed is the Head Coach and works primarily with the Elite Group.
I have been a swimmer and around swimming my whole life. Swimming
runs in my family; my mom, aunt, and uncle were all swimmers and
now all of my cousins and I also swim. I have been swimming
competitively since I was 5 years old. I am from Bend, Oregon and
swam for Bend Swim Club as well as Mountain View High School.
Currently I am on the varsity swim team at CMU. My favorite stroke
is breaststroke and I also like swimming IM. I am a junior this
year at CMU and am majoring in elementary education with an
emphasis in math. I have had previous experience being around kids
and swimming while teaching swim lessons and lifeguarding. I am
excited that I get to work with kids every day and coach them using
my passion and love for both swimming and kids.
I have been competing since I was 7 years old in Thornton, CO. I am
currently a varsity captain studying marketing and psychology at
Colorado Mesa University.
I have coached and taught lessons in the past and have a passion
for this fine water sport rooted in years of competitive swimming
Swimming can be a lifelong sport as coach Ed has proved, and it is
an excellent learning tool for young minds. I aim to inspire
positivity and develop technique in the water.
I have been a competitive swimmer for 17 years starting at the age
of 5 and have loved the water my whole life. I am from Chippewa
Falls, WI and grew up swimming for the YMCA in my hometown. I am
currently a co-captain on the CMU Swim and Dive team and a
supervisor for the Maverick Aquatic Swim Lessons. One of my
greatest accomplishments is competing in the 2021 Swimming Olympic
I have been a swim coach for 5 years and it is one of the most
rewarding experiences. My coaching techniques revolve around body
awareness, activating our muscles, and minds while staying
motivated and driven during practices. I specialize in Breastroke
and am passionate about teaching swimmers techniques first. I love
to get in the water with the swimmers and help them to achieve all
of their goals and dreams.