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Meet the Makos Coaches

We are here to support your needs. If your questions are related to workouts, meets, events, goal setting, and other swimming related needs, please contact Coach Bradley. For all questions related to administrative issues, such as registration processes and fees, safety, or policy issues, please contact one of the board members.

 

Coaching Staff

Bradley Morrison

Head Coach

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Coach Bradley has been the head coach for the Makos since 2013.  He currently also coaches for Osbourn Park High School, and was a coach for the Victory Lakes Piranhas for 7 seasons before coming to Meadowbrook.  A graduate of Virginia Tech, Bradley is now a math teacher at Osbourn Park.  As a coach he prioritizes sportsmanship, team spirit, and the ability of each swimmer to reach their potential through hard work.

Justin Gregory

Assistant Coach-Lead: Minnows

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I’ve been swimming since I was 6 on the Braemar Blasters and started coaching with them once I was old enough. I now attend Randolph Macon College where I continue to swim. Next year I will be going back for my sophomore year. 

Brigit Turner

Junior Assistant Coach

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Brigit has been swimming with the Makos for 12 years and been a coach for 4 years. She has also been teaching swim lessons as a Water Safety Instructor at several pools for the last 3 years.  Brigit graduated Colgan High School with the Class of 2019 and will attend James Madison University in the fall to study social work. 

 

Jason Smith

Junior Assistant Coach

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Jason has been swimming with the Makos for the last 12 years.  Jason is a recent graduate of Colgan High School where he was Captain of the swim team for 3 years, and a state athlete all 3 years. Jason began coaching with the Special Olympics.  He has been coaching with the Makos since the fall of 2017.  This is his 2nd year as a summer JAC.

Katie Marks

Junior Assistant Coach

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I have been swimming with the Makos for 11 years. I first started volunteer coaching with my lacrosse team and with the Mini Makos when I was 13. I volunteer coached for two years, then, last year, I was one of the Mini JACs that worked with coach Colin. I am very excited to be working with the kids this year and I hope to inspire the love of swimming in them that I got from my coaches when I was their age. I want every swimmer to enjoy practice and not be able to wait to come back. 

 

Jared Rouffa

Junior Assistant Coach

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My name is Jared Rouffa, I’m 16 years old and I’ve been on the Meadowbrook Makos swim team for 12 seasons. I have been a Mini Mako coach for the last couple of years and I was a coach for all ages this past off season for the Makos. Since I was 6 I have been on many year-round teams such as OCCS and NCAP. I am a rising senior at Colgan High School where I am a varsity XC and track runner and a varsity swimmer.

Angelina M Nguyen

Junior Assistant Coach

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Angelina has been swimming with the makos for 8 years. She is also on the colgan varsity swim team and was on NCAP for 7 years.  Angelina coached the winter makos program the past year and did mini makos last season. She is so excited to see how this season goes and can’t wait to work with the swimmers!
 

Jackson Walker Kamb

Junior Assistant Coach

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Andrew James Lingafelt

Junior Assistant Coach

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Taryn Elizabeth Darr

Junior Assistant Coach-Minnows

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Andrew Healey

Junior Assistant Coach-Minnows

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Andrew Healey has swam for the Makos for 11 years and is entering his first year as a Minnow Junior Assistant Coach. He was a JAC for the Makos offseason program last winter and served as a volunteer coach with the Minnows the last two summers. Andrew is an upcoming Junior at Colgan High School. In addition to being a member of both the swim and lacrosse teams, he is an SCA Officer and is enrolled in the Leadership Class. Andrew’s favorite part about coaching is taking the skills and techniques that he has learned and passing them on to younger swimmers to help them improve. He is looking forward to a fun season and is excited to help others love and enjoy the sport that he has so much passion for.