Jon comes from T2 Aquatics in Naples , Florida , where he served as an Age Group coach to Paul Yetter, the 2008 USA Olympic Assistant Coach. Jon was also the Head Coach for the T2 Masters Program.
Before T2 Aquatics, Jon spent 2 years at Hunterdon County YMCA in Flemington NJ . While at HCY, he led the senior group back to the YMCA National Championships. In the season prior to Jonjoining the staff HCY did not send a swimmer, but during his two years there they brought over 15 swimmers to the YMCA National Championships.
Before NJ, Jon spent 3 years as the Head Coach of the Temple Area Swim Club (TASC) in Texas which finished in the Top 8 of their LSC for all 3 years. He had 2 swimmers qualify for the USA Junior National Championships and another swimmer set an Texas State Record. He had 2 swimmers (brother & sister) compete for American Samoa at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and the 2009 World Championships in Rome, Italy.
Prior to Texas , Jon was the Head Swimming and Diving Coach at Providence College in Rhode Island for 4 years. While at PC, his teams made the Academic All-American Team all 4 years with an average GPA of 3.21. While coaching at PC, he also was the Head Coach/Owner of the Providence Aquatic Club. The club team finished in the Top 6 at the New England Championships for 5 years. He has coached numerous Rhode Island HS state champions.
In 1994, Jon was named the Rhode Island Swimmer of the Year, swimming for East Providence HS. Jon and his wife Christina married in August of 2012 and reside in Westerly, RI. They have>
Pam is beginning her third
year with CAC. She previously served as Assistant Coach of the
Mystic YMCA Hammerheads for 4 years. She specializes in
working with Age Group swimmers. She loves sharing her
enthusiasm for athletics in general and swimming in particular,
helping young kids develop talent, technique, and sportsmanship
both in and out of the pool.
A lifelong swimmer, Pam
started at the age of eight and has always swum on community teams.
She played varsity basketball, field hockey, and softball in
high school, ran cross-country for The College of William and Mary.
After college, she continued swimming on masters's teams in
Fairfax, VA, Portland, OR, and Mystic, CT. She now competes
in triathlons and open-water swims, as well as ultra-marathon
distance running events.
Pam lives in Mystic, CT
with her husband and three children, all of whom swim for
started competitively swimming when she was 7 years old for the
Soundview YMCA Stingrays in Branford CT. She swam 4 years for North
Branford high school as a co-op with the Branford high school swim
made S class state finals all 4 years and was captain of the team
her senior year.
is currently a member of the University of Connecticut's club swim
team and is president of UCONN Avery point's swim club. At Avery
Point she is studying marine chemistry. She has been a lifeguard
and swim instructor for many years and is excited to take the next
step and become a swim coach.