Coach Glumac comes to us
with 25+ years of
coaching experience. He has coached the Navy Swim Club,
Mechanicsburg Swim Club, and Mechanicsburg High School
teams. He is a Mechanicsburg High School Graduate. He swam
for the high school as student, and then went on to swim
and play water Polo at the University of California Pa. He started
the Mechanicsburg Swim Club in 1992, and we are so happy to have
him back coaching for us once again. When he is not on deck as Head
Coach for the high school and our club, he is a busy running his
business Prisimworks Technology, Inc.
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Coach Molly comes to us from Messiah College as a backstroke,
IM, and distance swimmer. She is senior with a double major in
marketing and English. Coach Molly grew up in Redding, CT where she
spent 11 years as a gymnast before finally joining the track team
and jumping in the water to compete for her high school team and
then at the collegiate level. She has had 4+ years of coaching
experience working with the Easton Racquet Club swim team back
home, falcon gymnastics, and Soccer Shots. Swimming has had an
incredible impact on her life and she is thrilled to be able to
inspire and encourage our swimmers! When not at the pool she loves
going to the beach, drinking seltzer water, and photography.
Kristen started swimming competitively at the age of 7 for the
West Shore Sea Serpents up through High School at Red Land High
School. She made varsity starting her Freshman
year. Her main event was the IM while
filling in for backstroke and breaststroke as needed. When
she didn’t need to fill in, her other main event was usually
long distance. When she is not at the High School pool
you can usually find her and her daughter at the YMCA
practicing. She is excited to be part of the MSC team and
looks forward to the fall season.
Coach Lori is super excited to be a part of the Mechanicsburg
Swim Club staff. Lori has been involved with the Mechanicsburg
School District since 1997 where she taught first grade at Broad
Street and helped coach the cross country and track teams at the
high school. She is currently an elementary substitute in the
district (with her favorite class being PE) and coaches the middle
school cross country team in the fall and Track Club for the
Recreation Department in the spring. Lori has been running since
she was 12 and loves to run and be active! She has also coached
Special Olympics and a program called Girls on the Run for 6 years.
Lori has 3 children Hope, who is in 10th grade and swam for the
Mechanicsburg Swim Club and is now a member of the high school
cross country and track teams; a daughter, Katie, who is in 7th
grade at MMS and is a member of the MMS cross country team and
swims for Mechanicsburg Swim Club; and a son, Ryan, who is in third
grade, swims for Mechanicsburg Swim Club, and already loves to run,
bike, and swim. Running/being active and encouraging people are
just about Lori’s two favorite things so she is so excited to
be a part of the Mechanicsburg Swim Club and work with your
children. It is going to be an awesome season with these swimmers!
Coach Jack is excited to serve as an assistant coach with
Mechanicsburg Swim Club this summer. He is a former MSC swimmer
continued his competitive swim career at Lycoming College. He
the opportunity to coach many different levels of swimmers and
currently an Assistant Coach at Dickinson College. He also
few weeks in the summer as a counselor at the University of
Swim Camp. Coach Jack is also a teacher at Susquehanna
School and still competes in masters swimming competitions.
forward to a great summer with MSC.
Coach Nester swam at Emmaus High School from 1960-64. He swam in college at Bloomsburg State College from 1964–67. He began his coaching career at Mechanicsburg Senior High in 1969 and coached there until 1983. He coached for the Navy AAU swim club for 5 years in the Early 70’s. He also coached the Latchmere Swim club for six years in the Mid 70’s. Coach Nester returned to coaching the High School Team in 2013. He still enjoys working with Age group and High Schools swimmers alike. He hopes to teach life lessons and bring out the best in the swimmers he works with.