Andrew David Schmidt
Andrew Schmidt was born and raised in Western Massachusetts where he started his coaching career in 2002 with Pioneer Valley Aquatic Club and Longmeadow High School. Andrew started working with the 8 & under swimmers and in his first season coached the High Point Champion for the boys at the New England Short Course Championship Meet. After PVAC and Mei’s Typhoons joined forces Andrew experienced even more success. In 2009 alone Andrew coached the 9-10 Female High Point Champion the same year she broke the New England record in the 100 Breaststroke and coached a senior swimmer to 3 Summer Junior National cuts. As a high school head coach (2005-2009), Andrew coached his teams to 22 school records, 5 Western Masachusetts records, and 1 Massachusetts state record, while also finishing as a state runner-up on the girls side in 2006.
After moving to New Orleans in the fall of 2009, Andrew joined Nu Wave Swim Team as the Pre-National coach in the Spring of 2010 and was named head coach of Brother Martin High School Swimming in 2011. As the Pre-National coach Andrew coached swimmers to 9 Florida Sectional cuts, numerous team records, and numerous individual and relay State championships. He was named to the Louisiana Zones Team in 2011 as the 11-12 age group coach and 2012 as the coach of the 15-18 year olds. In the summer of 2012 he took over Nu Wave for the departed head coach and trained the National group to one Summer Junior National qualifying time, one Winter Open qualifying time, and numerous Texas and Florida Sectional cuts. In his tenure as a Nu Wave coach, Andrew helped the team jump from a consistent 7th place team at the LSC state meets to being one of the top teams in Louisiana, with two 2nd place and one 3rd place finish as a team in the last three State Championship meets.
Andrew is excited to bring his knowledge and experience in the sport of swimming to the Lawrence Aquahawks.
Andrew can be contacted by phone: (785) 218-4752 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cameron S Case
Cameron started coaching for the Aquahawks in February of 2012.
He was born and raised in Lawrence, Kansas and started swimming
with the Lawrence Aquahawks summer league at the age of 8. After
his first summer with the summer league, he joined the year-round
program and continued with the Aquahawks until he graduated from
Lawrence Free State High School in 2009. He was a Sectional
Championship finalist and a Junior National Qualifier in numerous
He then continued on to swim at Missouri State University in
Springfield, Missouri under head coaches Jack Steck and Dave
Collins. He was a major asset to the Bears mainly in Breaststroke
and IM events but was very versitile to the team. He was a finalist
at the Mid-American Conference in multiple events. Cameron came
back to Lawrence in May of 2011 and joined the Aquahawks as a
coach. He has experience with younger kids teaching swim lessons
and Lifeguarding for the past 2 years.
Cameron can be contacted by phone: (785).550.4762 or by email:
Heather L Clark
Heather started coaching for the Aquahawks in 2012. She was born and raised in Lawrence and started swimming with the Aquahawks when she was 6 years old. Heather swam with the Aquahawks until 2010. She was a Sectional finalist as well as a Junior National and National Qualifier. After graduating high school, Heather went on to swim for the University of Kansas in Lawrence. Heather contributed to the team in backstroke and butterfly events. Heather also has many years of experience teaching swim lessons, as well as life guarding.
Heather can be reached by phone: (785) 840-5909 or by email: email@example.com
Jama A Mustain
Jama started coaching for the Aquahawks in April of 2015. She
was born and raised in Wichita Kansas. She started swimming on a
summer league team at the age of 6. Two years later, Jama began
swimming year-round for the Wichita Swim Club, where she swam for 6
years. Following club swimming, Jama was an asset to her high
school team. She holds the Wichita Heights High School
women’s record in the 100 breaststroke and was on the
school’s Women’s 200 Medley Relay record-setting team.
Jama started coaching and teaching swim lessons at the Crestview
Country Club in 2009. During her 5 seasons coaching for the Greater
Wichita Swim League, Jama experienced coaching all age groups. She
also works at Langston Hughes Elementary School teaching
2nd grade. Jama has many years of experience working
with children and as a lifeguard.
Jama can be reached by phone: (316)644-2300 or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org