Aquatics Director/Head Swim Coach
Cejih 'CG' Yung is a Pacific Northwest native and has held
numerous positions in the swimming industry. The name "Cejih"
originates from two Cantonese words: "Ce" (polite, kind) and "Jih"
(Intelligent, smart) and you will see how perfectly the name fits
when you meet him! Cejih swam at the University of Washington and
was a varsity athlete all four years. His senior year he was one of
only five swimmers to individually score points at the Pac 12
Conference Championships in the 100 and 200 breaststroke. Swimming
paved the path toward Cejih earning his MBA at the University of
Washington. Cejih was the Head Age Group Coach for Whitewater
Aquatics in West Seattle. He has been the Camps Director for
the Pacific Northwest Swimming LSC, as well as run hundreds of
clinics all over the country.
Cejih is passionate about teaching technique and creating
successful aquatics programs. He has great relationships with
teams, coaches, swimmers and parents in the Pacific Northwest. He
has an MBA from the University of Washington and has helped many
Team USA Olympians with their professional careers through
endorsements and contracts. Cejih still swims regularly to stay in
shape and keeps up on the latest techniques and technologies in
swimming, and looks forward to sharing his wealth of information
with Overlake swimmers.
Assistant Swim Coach
Lianna is eager to begin her first season as an assistant coach at Overlake. She attends Washington State University with an intended major in business management.
Lianna learned to swim through lessons and competing for Overlake’s swim team throughout her childhood. Lianna also engaged in competitive year-round swimming for Bellevue Club Swim team for 7 years. Through her competitive swimming, Lianna was chosen to compete in the North American Challenge Cup twice. During high school, she swam for Interlake High School for three years and was captain her Junior year. Lianna competed in 3A state for relays and individual events as well.
Lianna is looking forward to fun summer and re-engaging herself with the Overlake community.
Assistant Swim Coach
Hello, my name is Patrick Bevan. I am 18 years old and I will be
a graduate from Seattle Prep High School on Capitol Hill. I will be
attending Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska in the fall. Some
of you know me from lifeguarding and swimming in the past. I
have been a member here at Overlake my entire life and live at the
pool in the summer. I started my swimming career at the Overlake
pool when I was around 3 years old in the same group lessons we
offer today. I made my way up to swim team when I was 7 years old
and was a member of the swim team until I was 16 years old. I also
swam for Bellevue club from ages 10-13. Once I became more involved
with my main sport, lacrosse, I realized that I no longer had time
for both. I did end up choosing lacrosse. I have also been a
lifeguard here at Overlake since 2015 and have taught group lessons
every year since then. I am very excited to become a coach for the
first time in the swimming field and I feel that I have a lot to
bring to this team for another great summer.
Water Polo Coach
Hello all, my name’s Sam
Geffe and I am extremely excited to be the head coach of our
fantastic Norwood/Overlake/Triangle water polo team!
Having gone through the
progression from midlakes through high school, I’m thrilled
to give back and contribute to a program that has been responsible
for some of my fondest summers. Water Polo is an extremely exciting
and fast pace game to play, but is also a great game to watch.
Although it made my Mom a little too anxious when the games were
close, every parent I know loves to spectate this awesome
-10+ years of Midlakes water polo
-4 years of Varsity High School at
-2-Time State Champion
Water Polo Coach
Jack started playing Midlakes water polo at age 10 for
Troverwood. He continued his enjoyment of the sport in summer
until age 15 when he decided to commit to water polo exclusively.
He was a starter lefty for Rain City Water Polo for three years,
attending the Junior Olympic competition twice, and awarded the USA
Water Polo Academic All American Outstanding Honors for his
impressive GPA while playing a demanding sport.
Jack’s Bellevue High School career included winning state
in 2014 and 2nd place in 2015 and 2016. His final
HS season he was a team captain, awarded All KingCo 1st
team honors, and achieved the offensive MVP High School team award,
placing in the record books for total goals scored of all
time. Jack will attend the University of Washington, Foster
School of Business this fall. Jack’s goal for the season is
to ensure all Troverwood kids have a fun time, while learning the
sport, to ensure they keep returning and improving to ultimately
compete at the high school level.