Head Coach & Aquatics Director
David Prodanovich grew up and swam the majority of his career in Santa Barbara, as a member of the Santa Barbara Swim Club. From SBSC he went to swim in college at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo where he studied Kinesiology. David began his coaching career for his old club team in Santa Barbara. From there he returned to San Luis Obispo to coach for the Seahawks and was their Head Coach in 2005. In 2006, David relocated to Orange County and began to coach for the Fullerton Aquatics Sports Team. During his eleven years there, David developed numerous top-ten National Age Group qualifiers, and numerous Sectional qualifiers.
It is David's goal to lead by example and help all Coyote Athletes reach their goals. He believe that when an athlete works hard, is passionate about what they do, and believes in what they are able to achieve; they can do anything. David is looking forward to helping all Coyote athletes to realize their potential.
Liang Joe is now in her seventh season
with the Coto Coyotes. This is her second year as a
Master's coach. Prior to that she was the 10 & Under
She first joined in 2013 as the 10 & under
assistant coach when her kids, Ashley and Brandon, were on the
team. As a mom of two kids on the team, she noticed this team
not only supports the athletes, but it emphasizes community and
relationships. This family oriented team inspired her to be a
coach. Her favorite part about being a coach is watching a
swimmer progress in the sport of swimming and teaching them how to
reach their goals. She believes strength is about
consistency, persistence, hard work, and overcoming the things
you thought you couldn't achieve.
Liang's swimming experience started when she
joined her high school swim team. She continued to swim
post-high school until she found her way on the Coto Master's Team
and now participates in Triathlons.
Liang has a Bachelor's degree in Nursing from San Francisco State
University. She is a certified Infant Swimming
Resource (ISR) instructor. Teaching ISR lessons and her
passion towards the mission to see that "Not One More Child
Drowns," gives her an opportunity to save a child's life and
give back to the community.