Trevor began coaching summer league practices for Arrowhead Country
Club following 14 years of competition for the alligators. After
graduating from the University of Redlands he became the graduate
assistant for 2 years for the Bulldogs. After his 2 years as an
assistant he then took over as head coach of the Bulldogs for the
next 5 years. During that time he coached 4 different NCAA DIII
National Champions, over 60 All-American/All-American Honorable
Mention NCAA DIII Swimsand
guided the men’s team to the highest all time national
ranking from top 20, to 9th, then 7th and ultimately 5th. After graduating college he was also
able to coach 5 different Olympic Trials Qualifiers as a part of
the Redlands High School and Redlands Swim Teams.
Trevor graduated from University of
Redlands with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology and Chemistry.
He then completed his Master’s degree in Education Curriculum
and Instruction. He began teaching science in the Corona-Norco
School District. He looks forward to bringing a college, club and
high school coaching perspective to the team.
Coach Tyler started swimming when he was three
years old and started coaching at age 16 at the summer league team
he first learned to swim at. In high school he won three CIF titles
in both swimming and water polo, and in his senior year qualified
for the 2008 Olympic trials in the 100 freestyle. He graduated from
the University of Redlands in 2012 with a biology degree. That same
year he won the NCAA title in the 200 freestyle, and again
qualified for Olympic trials in the 100 free and finished in the
top 16 at the 2012 US Open.
After college Tyler started teaching and coaching
in the San Bernardino and Redlands area as a high school coach at
Redlands High, Redlands Swim Team, and the University of Redlands
as Trevor's assistant coach. In 2015 he started teaching and
coaching swim and water polo at Eleanor Roosevelt High school. He
currently teaches Physics and Oceanography.
Head AG Coach - Centennial Pool
Coach John began coaching while
attending College, coaching for 2 seasons at Glendora High School.
He also worked part-time as a Masters Coach during that
period. He went on to coach 3 seasons at Cal Baptist
University, serving as Assistant Swim Coach. While at CBU he
coached numerous NAIA All Americans, NAIA National Champions, NAIA
National Record holders, and both the Male & Female Swimmers of
the Year for the 2002 & 2003 NAIA National Championship.
John served as Age Group Coach, Head Coach and Master Coach for
Corona Swim team for 5 years. During that time he coached 6 JO
swimmers, most of whom have never had another Coach.
John Graduated from Cal State
Fullerton earning a BS in Kinesiology. He also did graduate studies
in Kinesiology (Exercise Physiology) at CSUF. He was certified as
“Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist” by the
National Strength and Conditioning Association. All of this was
done with one thing in mind, “how can I help my swimmers
achieve their potential.”
Asst. Coach, Silver, Steel
Coach Josh has been involved with Swimming for most his life. He started swimming himself at a young age and went on to compete at the collegiate level at California Baptist University where he swam for two years and graduated with a BA in Visual Arts. Josh competed at the NAIA National Championships both of his years at CBU and helped them achieve Runner-up finishes both years. Josh strives as a coach to teach all the skills he has learned as an athlete himself over the years to the new upcoming generation of swimmers in the sport and help them become the best athletes they are capable of.
Coaching Staff - Bronze 1 & 2
Coach Park started swimming
in 2007 and joined CCAQ as a swimmer in 2013. In the summer of
2015, she was an instructor and a certified lifeguard for CCAQ's
Learn-to-Swim program. During her high school years, she swam for
Centennial High School's Varsity Swim Team for four years and
became Team Captain her Junior and Senior years. Her specialty
strokes are Backstroke and Freestyle. Now, she is going to
California Baptist University as a Kinesiology major and
American Sign Language (ASL) minor. She is very energetic,
responsible, caring and great with kids!
Coaching Staff - Teals
Head AG Coach - Roosevelt Pool
has been coaching for nearly 13 years and has coached all abilities
from LTS to NCAA champions. Chelsea was Head Age Group Coach for
Elite Aquatics for 5 and a half years, until she moved to
Bakersfield to attend college. She went on to become Head Age Group
Coach/ Recreational Director at Roadrunner Aquatics. While also
coaching 2 seasons at Cal State University Bakersfield,
serving as an assistant Men's and Women's Coach. During Chelsea's
time at Cal State Bakersfield she coached multiple NCAA Division 1
qualifiers and finalists.She developed age group swimmers in her 3
years from white times to far western qualifiers and finalists.
Upon earning her Masters degree, she moved to Orange County to
become Swim School Director at the Mission Viejo Nadadores. After a
few months she also ran the Novice and Transition divisions as
Director. She remained with the Nadadores for nearly 4 years
before joining CCAQ as a part of the coaching
Coaching Staff - Bronze 3 and Silver 1
Coach Anna has been swimming since she could walk. Coming from a
swimming family she has grown up with a love and a passion for the
sport. At age 16 she became a certified CPR lifeguard and swim
instructor for the City of Riverside and has been a private
instructor since. Anna approaches coaching with a focus on
technique, building the swimmer mentality and having fun. We
know she will bring a bredth of swimming knowledge and a great
coaching approach to the pool deck.
Coaching Staff Bronze 1 & 2 Roosevelt
started playing waterpolo and swimming her freshmen year at
Corona High School where she instantly fell in love with the sport.
There she played and swam on the varsity squad all four years while
attending Xtreame waterpolo club practices at night. After
graduating high school coach
decided to further her education and athletic career at
Chaffey community college. There she played and swam for two years
while getting her associates in kinesiology and certification in
Athletic Training. In 2014 she helped her team win conference for
the first time in schools history!
Coach Ruby has been coaching for 5 years. Started
at Corona high school in 2014-2017. During this time she also
started coaching at CCAQ in 2015-2017 Soon after she started
coaching at eastvale waterpolo club from 2017-2018 She is
now coaching boys and girls waterpolo and swimming at Jurupa Valley
high school and is back with us at CCAQ!
Coaching Staff- Steel
Coach- Water Polo Coach "Cookie"
Taylor “Cookie” started swimming with CCAQ when she was
10 year old. When she reached high school she continued swimming as
well as began playing water polo. During her 4 years at Centennial
High School she was on the varsity teams for both swim and polo.
While playing on the high school team, she attended Eastvale Water
Polo club practices at nights. After high school she continued her
education as well as her athletic career at Chaffey Community
College. In 2014, she helped her water polo team win the
championships for the first time in school’s
she began as a volunteer coach with Eastvale Water Polo Club where
she helped build the 10u & 12u teams and as a result, was
appointed as a coach to oversee those two teams. In 2018, Eastvale
Water Polo meshed with CCAQ Water Polo Club where she continues to
help the athletes develop successful Water Polo skills. She is very
passionate about helping the children grow personally, socially,
earned her AA in Social and Behavioral Sciences from Chaffey
Community College in 2016 followed by earning her BA in Psychology
from California Baptist University in 2018. She is currently
working towards her Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family
Counseling along with Clinical Psychology from California Baptist