MVP Coaches

Swim Team Coaching Staff

MVP Aquatics Director and Head Coach Trevor Rose is a familiar face in the OMPA. He grew up in Orinda swimming for OPP, playing water polo and swimming for Miramonte High School and then went on to play water polo for UC Davis.  Trevor has coached in the OMPA for over 15 years with previous positions at OPP, Campo Cabana, and the Miramonte Gators.  This is Trevor’s 8th year as Head Coach of MVP Swim Team, as well as heading up the Learn-to-Swim Program, and the beloved Master’s Program. Trevor is also the Miramonte High School Varsity Swim Coach. Trevor has an amazing way of motivating his swimmers and is always encouraging his athletes to strive for the best! Trevor will share his extensive knowledge with our 9 & up swimmers, as well as overseeing the entire team.  When he isn’t poolside at MVP, Trevor is enjoying the family life with his wife Sheila and baby girl, Aven.


Screen Shot 2017-01-19 at 11.40.08 AM.png Co-Head Coach Ross Dautel will coach our 8&unders as well as supervise our Mini Marlin program. Ross began swimming at the age of 4 for Rudgear Estates Swim Team (REST) in Walnut Creek. He kicked off his coaching career with REST in 2008 before taking over as head coach at age 18 in 2011. In 2013, Ross joined the Larkey Sharks of the Walnut Creek Swim Conference where he led the Sharks to three consecutive league championships. Ross attended Las Lomas High School, swimming and playing water polo all 4 years. He then continued his education at the University of Southern California where he studied Communication and Sports Media. Ross currently teaches at Stanley Middle School in Lafayette. In his free time he coaches water polo for 680 and San Ramon Valley HS. 


Co-Assistant Head Coach Jaclyn Amog began swimming at the age of 4 for the Walnut Creek Aquabears. Once she reached high school, she continued swimming year round for the Terrapins Swim Team in Concord. She attended Las Lomas High School, swimming all 4 years wher e she helped the women’s team place 1st at North Coast Section as a freshman and placing first in both individual events of 200 IM and 100 Fly at the DFAL championships as a senior. She continued my education and swimming career at the University of California, San Diego where she majored in Psychology and swam all 4 years. She represented my school at the NCAA Div II Championships from 2012-2015, qualifying as a six-time All American, finishing top 8 in finals for three relays (200 Medley & 200 Free) and three individual swims (100 Fly). She first began coaching during her time as a student-athlete in 2012 for a year round team, North Coast Aquatics. They are the main influence in her coaching style and techniques, which she looks forward to sharing with the MVP team. In 2015, she joined the Larkey Sharks of the Walnut Creek Swim Conference, where she assisted the team to 3 consecutive league championships. She can’t wait to be a part of the MVP family and have a chance to get to know and work with you all.