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 one of the coaches. For all questions related to administration, such as dues, safety, or policy issues, please contact one of the board members. or send an email to Team Admin: [email protected]  

Coaching Staff

Kevin Lane

Head Swim Coach


Over the past 40 years Kevin has experienced a wide range of coaching success. That success includes NCAA All American, Junior Nationals qualifiers as well as novice swimmers entering their first swim meet. In the greater Ventura area, he has coached College, Senior club swimmers, novice, masters, and triathlete teams. In addition to his club coaching duties, he has run his own private swim lesson business, teaching preschoolers and on up to 80 year olds. For 9 years he was the Cal Lutheran Assistant Coach for their Swim and Dive Team. He continues at Cal Lutheran as an adjunct instructor for the exercise science department.

Kevin's swimming experience began at the young age of 7 years in Connecticut. During his swimming career he set and helped set Connecticut age group state records. During that time, he was a swimmer on various Connecticut All-Star Teams. He continued his career in college at Southern Connecticut State University, which was a Top Ten NCAA Division II Team at the time. He swam at the NCAA Championships in the 200 y and 400 IM and in relays. He set school records in the 200 Fly and in several relays. He was elected as team captain his senior year. Kevin continued his love of swimming after college as a Masters Swimmer and won the US Masters National one mile Open Water Event for his age-group. He helped set national masters relay swim records as a member of our own Ventura County Masters.

Luke Corley

Gold Group Coach


Betsy Harrison

Silver Group Coach


   VVv C Coach Betsy  has  been a member of the Ventura community since 1969. She was a competitive swimmer in her younger years, a lifeguard and a swim instructor/coach since 1993. She has been an invaluable coach with Buenaventura Swim Club since 2008. Betsy is a full-time Physical Education instructor at  Balboa  Middle School . She holds a clear credential in Physical Education K-12. Betsy has a BA Degree in Kinesiology from CSU Northridge, and a Masters Degree in Education from Grand Canyon University . She also has education in athletic training. Coach Betsy loves swimming and gets a charge out of seeing kids excel in the water.

Stewart Harrison

Bronze Group Coach


Coach Stewart is a resident of Ventura, California. He began swimming for Buenaventura swim club when he was 12. He went to Ventura high school and set records on the VHS swim team. Stewart went on to compete in the 2016 Olympic Trials for the 100 meter butterfly and finished 41st in the Nation! He went to college and swam for University of the Pacific in Stockton, where he was also a volunteer assistant coach for a year. During the summer he guards the Ventura beaches as a California State Parks Lifeguard.

Brittany E Oliver

Director of Nutrition/Swim 4 Triathletes


Britt loves drinking black coffee, sitting on swiss balls, and writing autobiographies. She dislikes foggy goggles, lukewarm foods and drinks that should be hot, and having water in her ears. Her favorite type of sauce is worcestershire, and her favorite color is orange. Fun fact: Britt first started swimming with BVSC at age 8, and competed for the Buena Bulldogs. After swimming as a walk-on at UCLA for one season, she found her real niche in triathlon in 2008 and hasn't looked back. In 2011, she started coaching for BVSC. Driven to merge her passions for coaching and nutrition, Britt completed her Masters in Nutrition in 2014, focusing her research on endurance athletes. In 2015, she became a USA Triathlon certified coach, and will soon be adding a USA Weightlifting certification to her coaching quivver (just for fun). She currently LOVES working with adult and youth triathletes, and enjoys competing in ITU draft-legal triathlons. 

Kevin Marble

Masters Coach


Sport has been and continues to be a way of life for me. In my early days I found success in a variety of sports, including, swimming, water polo, basketball, track and field, soccer, volleyball and Triathlons. The rewards of sport opened many doors; a swimming scholarship to the University of Utah, NCAA D1 All America honors, international travel and competition, assistant men’s NCAA D1 swimming coach, a degree in coaching lifetime sports, and later a water related career.

From age 16, I was a seasonal Ocean Lifeguard for Ventura County. After college I returned to my roots and began coaching Channel Islands Aquatics and Oxnard High School boys and girls swimming. Soon I was off to Catalina Island working for Los Angeles County Fire Department as a Paramedic Lifeguard in Avalon and the Isthmus.  I later was promoted to Rescue Boat Captain Paramedic and recently finished out my career of 39 years of service.

I returned to competitive sport in my late 40’s by taking up open ocean paddling and traveled with the US Team to Fiji and Australia where I finished top in my division. Also completed a couple Catalina Classic 32 mile paddleboard races with high finishes.

In 2009 I sustained a traumatic brain injury while surfing in Mexico and was asked by my wife to find something less life threatening to participate in. That’s when I joined VCM and began the road back to competitive swimming. Now full circle, I returned one year ago to the deck and coaching.  I feel honored to be apart of this team and to work with such dedicated adult athletes.   Your daily commitment to pre-dawn workouts is inspirational and I’m proud to be a part of the team. 

Board of Directors

Team Admin

Team Administrator


Debra Beckman



Kimberly Endaya

Vice President - Safe Sport Coordinator


Amarie Wright



Julie Monroe



Kristi Armstrong

Member at Large


Sathiya Bly

Member at Large