Head Coach (Senior)
In 2002 and 2003, Peter captained the UOP Men’s team to back to back conference championships. After three national team titles and four national coach of the year awards at Fresno Pacific University, he has returned to coach his alma mater. Along with his passion for the Stockton community, Peter brings energy, enthusiasm and vision to Tiger Aquatics.
Head Age Group Coach
Nathan LeRoy has been involved with Tiger Aquatics for five years. Growing up in Arlington Heights, IL he swam and played water polo for Loyola Academy at the High School level. Later he continued his swimming career at the University of the Pacific. At the MPSF conference championships, he finished second in the 200 yard Breaststroke (2:03.14).
Coach Nathan is the currently the Tiger Aquatics record holder in the 100 and 200 Meter Breaststroke, in addition to being a National Qualifier in those events.
Advanced Silver Group Coach
Born and raised in Stockton, CA, Coach Adriana knows and loves
Tiger Aquatics. She started swimming at the age of 6 for the
Sherwood Manor Sharks and was a part of their team for 6
years. She then became a year round swimmer for the next 7
years starting at The Swim Club of NorCal and then moving to Tiger
Aquatics shortly after. Coach Adraina graduated from St.
Mary's High School and went on to swim at CSU East Bay under Coach
Ben Loorz. She has now returned home to Stockton and is very
excited to be working with Tiger Aquatics again. She looks
forward to "helping every swimmer in front of her reach their full
Coach Adriana has been with Tiger Aquatics since Summer 2015 and
has worked with our Age Group and Pre-Senior swimmers in attaining
their swimming goals. She attended the USA Swimming Western
Zone Camp in Summer 2017 as a member of the USA Swimming Staff and
looks forward to bringing the knowledge she gained to the program
here at Tiger
Coach Adriana also referee's Semi-Pro and NCAA Division 1 soccer
games and loves chocolate chip cookies.
Nathan Alexander Rhea
Gold Group Coach
Coach Nathan has swam competitively since he was 6 years old and began club swimming in Merced when he was 10. He then moved to the Tule Nation Triton swim team in Tulare, California when he was 13 where he qualified for junior nationals in the 200 breastroke and 400 IM. Nathan swam for the UOP College swim team for 2 years as well.
Nathan loves the sport of swimming and really enjoys the developmental process of watching a swimmer improve. He's very competitive and loves to watch his athletes race. He is also currently attending University of the Pacific as a Sport Pedagogy major and is a huge fan of Star Wars.