Billy Doughty took over the DART (Davis) program in
the fall of 2009.
Some of the latest coaching highlights include:
- 2019 - Coached US National & US Open Champion (200
- 2019 - Head Mens Coach TEAM USA - National JR Team
- 2018 - Three DART athletes on the USA National
- 2018 - Three athletes that finished top 8 at Summer US
- 2018 - An athlete selected to attend the USA National
JR Pan Pac Team (4 Gold Medals & 1 Silver)
- 2018 - USA National JR Team Coach (Mel Zajac - National
JR Team Trip, Junior Pan Pac Champs in Fiji)
- 2016 - 8 DART athletes qualified for USA Olympic
- 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 - Sierra
Nevada LSC Senior Coach of the Year
- 2015 - DART earned a Gold Medal USA Swimming
award. All other years since 2014 the program has achieved
Prior to Davis, Billy has served as the Head Coach for City of
Mobile Swim Association and as Head Site Coach for Palo Alto
Billy swam at Clemson University and for Huntsville Swim
Association. He is married to Jen "Davis" with two boys (JT
Carolee B Gregg
Head Age Group and Summerdart Coach
began coaching with Aquadarts as a UCD student in 1983. Her
initial coaching career began at age 16, when she was an assistant
coach with her hometown swim team in
years. Carolee swam on summer
swim teams throughout her youth, and competed for the UCD swim team
in college. After graduating
from college, Carolee was the head coach of the Greenhaven
and Kennedy High
swim teams in Sacramento. She has been coaching regularly
with the Aquadarts since 1993. She is the Head Age Group coach for
Aquadarts and Head Coach of the Davis Summerdarts summer team
for the past 22 years.
Carolee has been married to Bill
for over 32 years; he works at UCD and is also the Davis
High School Cross Country and distance track coach. They have four
children: Kaitlin, Brendan, Kallie and Bryce, all of whom are or
were Summerdart coaches. Kaitlin is a UCD grad, where she
competed on the XC and Track teams, and she just completed her
Masters in Public Health at Brown University. She is also a
professional distance runner running for Boston Athletic
Association. She and her husband Avi Goodman live in Providence,
RI, where Avi is completing an orthopedic residency. Brendan is a
Stanford grad, where he ran on the XC and track teams. He runs
professionally for the Hansons Brooks Distance Project, coaches
running, and lives in Davis with his wife Jonah, who is a grad
student at UCD. Kallie was a swimmer and water polo player for all
of her youth, and also coached 8 years of Summerdarts. She
graduated from Simmons College in Boston and works at Beth
Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. Bryce is a Summerdart
coach and was a Summer/Aquadart for over 10 years. He is
a senior at DHS and is distance runner for the DHS XC and
Brandon Reed Miller
Reed Miller joined the DART staff in 2015 as the AG3 lead coach.
He is currently the lead coach for SR1 and SRHS. He also assists
with SR2. Multiple swimmers have achieved top 10 national rankings
for their age group, Far Western Championships, and Sectionals
qualifying standards while under Miller’s tutelage. In 2017,
Sierra Nevada Swimming selected Miller as the Age Group Coach of
Before becoming a coach with the DART program Reed was an
assistant senior coach and 9-10 coach for the City of Mobile Swim
Association from 2014-2015. He was also an assistant coach for
Mcgill-Toolen Catholic High School. During that time he coached
multiple Alabama state champions as well as Junior Nationals
qualifiers. Mcgill-Toolen achieved a second place finish at the
Alabama High School State Championships in Miller’s lone
season with the program.
Reed started swimming competitively at the age of 16. Two years
later he walked on at Wingate University where he eventually earned
a scholarship. Miller achieved All-America status twice in his
career, which is attained by finishing top eight at the NCAA
Championships. He was also an Academic All-America selection his
junior and senior seasons. Miller was appointed team captain by his
teammates his senior year.
Coach Ray has been with the DART program since 2013. Ray
works primarily with the Senior level swimmers and specializes in
running our distance based workouts. Ray has seen DART
swimmers finish top 8 at JR Nationals since his arrival in Davis.
Ray has four children including Chris that is currently swimming
at the University of Arizona.
Age Group Coach
Jamie grew up in Davis swimming for the Aquadarts through high
school. She started her coaching career with Summerdarts at 14 and
after college and graduate school continued coaching year around.
Jamie now runs the Dart Swim School, coaches age groupers and helps
Jamie has an undergrad degree in Child and Family Development and
Master degrees in Counseling and Social Work but enjoys her
time by the pool the most. In her spare time she enjoys traveling
and spending time with here husband and dog.
Age Group Coach
Matt Paige is currently in his 1st season as lead Age
Group 3 (AG3) for Dart Swimming (Davis). He previously held the
position of head coach/senior group coach for Spare Time Aquatics.
Under his guidance swimmers have qualified for meets that
include Olympic Trials, National Championships, Jr. National
Championships, Sectionals, and Far Westerns. Matt genuinely loves
coaching and he brings a positive passion to the sport that many
athletes feed off of. He finds it incredibly rewarding to work with
swimmers and to witness their growth throughout the course of a
season. In all Matt has been involved in the sport of swimming for
over 22 years with 10 years as a coach.
During his own swim career, Matt trained at Arden Hills from
1994 to 2006 where he qualified for Jr. and Sr. Nationals. He then
went on to compete collegiately for the UC Irvine Anteaters where
he was a member of the 2007 Big West Championship team.
Age Group Coach
Kerry has been coaching with the Aquadarts since 2014. She also
has been an assistant coach with Davis Aquatic Masters since 2008.
She currently coaches the Bronze and Silver groups.
Kerry grew up in Carmel Valley and started swimming
competitively at the age of 7. During her childhood, she swam with
clubs in Monterey and Salinas. She continued her swimming career in
college, competing at Stanford University (1 Year) and UC Davis (3
years). After graduating from college in 1985, she joined Davis
Aquatic Masters and continues to swim for fun and fitness.
Kerry and her husband, Lance, have three children, Trevor, Tara,
and Torin. All three grew up swimming with the Aquadarts and are
now in college or graduate school.
Jordan A Vermette
Age Group Coach
Jordan is 21 years old and is a senior at the University of
California Davis in the fall. She is majoring in human development.
She has coached Summerdarts for nine years and Aquadarts for five
years.. She was a Summerdart for three years and an Aquadart for
nine years. She was a member of the Water World Open Water swim
team in San Francisco for one year and swam Alcatraz three times as
well as Golden Gate. Jordan has coached the Vacaville High School
girls’ rugby team. She has been a member of the UC Davis and
Vacaville Blackdogs women’s rugby teams. She is currently a
member of the Davis Aquatic Masters team and does CrossFit with
CrossFit Davis. She enjoys playing the piano, baking and rugby.
Swimming has played a major role in Scott
Weltz’s life since he started in the sport as a 7-year-old at
San Jose Aquatics. In
high school, he swam and played water polo for Larry Rogers at
Bellarmine College Prep. He
was part of 4 league and section winning swim teams, and
individually captured 2 Central Coast Section titles in the 200 IM
and 100 Freestyle. Scott
attended college at UC Davis where he swam for coaches Pete
Motekaitis and Rick Henderson. Under
their tutelage, Scott went on to set 8 individual school records
and 4 Big West Conference records. He represented UC Davis at NCAA
Division 1 Championships in 2009 and 2010.
After college, Scott elected to stay in
Davis and train for the 2012 US Olympic Trials with Pete. Their
2-man quest culminated at the 2012 Olympic Trials with Scott
placing 4th in the 100m breaststroke and 1st in the 200m
Breaststroke in a new meet record time of 2:09.01, thereby qualifying
for the 2012 London Olympic Games. At
the London Olympics, Scott swam a lifetime best time of 2:08.99 and
ultimately placed 5
th overall in the 200m
Scott has been involved in the Davis swim
community since 2011 and a full time coach since 2016. In 2016, he
was inducted into the UC Davis Aggies Athletic Hall of Fame. Scott
currently lives in Woodland, CA with his wife, Amber (a fellow UC
Davis collegiate swimmer) and daughters, Blake and Brynn.