Head Coach, Atlantic
Tanner Barton is thrilled to be leading the
Atlantic team this summer. He joined the Dublin Atlantic
staff in 2013, and this will be his 4th season as Head Coach.
Tanner began swimming for the Dublin Dolphins when he was six years
old. In his tenure with the Dublin Sea Dragons, Tanner was a
three-time Ohio Junior Olympic State Champion, five-time OHSAA
All-Ohio Honoree, and 2013 Junior National qualifier.
Tanner graduated from Ball State University
in 2017, where he double-majored in Health Science and
Spanish. As a BSU student-athlete, Tanner was a 4-year
qualifier and podium finalist at the Mid-American Conference (MAC)
Swimming Championship. His favorite event is the 200
Butterfly, and his time in the 200 Butterfly ranks 2nd in Ball
State's 77-year swimming history. Tanner graduated with a 4.0
GPA and was a 3-time member of the 1st Team All Academic
In August, Tanner returned to Ball State as
the Graduate Assistant for the Men's Swimming and Diving
Program. In addition to coaching practices, creating meet
line ups and coordinating travel plans, Tanner served as the
program's lead recruiter. He is currently pursuing a master's
degree in Exercise Science: Sport Performance.
Head Coach Arctic (and 6 under, 13 up)
Morgan joined the Arctic staff
last summer, and is excited to be leading the team this year. She
grew up here in Dublin where she swam for SeaDragons, and continued
her career at Dublin Jerome High School.
Morgan graduated from Miami
University in 2018 with a major in psychology and minor in
political science. During her time at Miami, she furthered her
swimming career at the D1 collegiate level and was able to
represent the Redhawks in the MAC conference. Morgan's favorite
stroke is butterfly - and throughout her college career she was
able to specialize in both the 100 and 200 fly, with the 100
backstroke and 50 free serving as secondary events.
Head Coach Pacific
Atlantic Coach 9/10
Owen began swimming with the Dolphins when he was 7 and is
currently swimming with the Dublin Community Swim Team. Owen was
named captain of his high school team as a sophomore and continues
to lead his team going into his senior year. Owen found his
love for coaching while volunteering for the Atlantic team for the
past two years. He was so happy to be able to share his swimming
knowledge with all of the younger kids. Owen will be recognized
easily by his enthusiasm and passion in the teams success.
Atlantic Coach 11/12
looking forward to working with Dublin Dolphins again this season.
Originally from Virginia, Jake has been in the summer league
swimming scene his whole life and has been coaching teams for the
past four years. He is currently a senior at Denison
University where he studies Environmetal Studies and
Dublin Dolphins Manager