Micheal P. Heaney
has been a swimmer for over 50 years and a coach for over 35 (20
swam at DVC and San Francisco State before beginning his Masters
swimming career in 1990. In 2021.
joined Steve as co-head coaches of WCM.
Stephen A. Stahl
swam and graduated from
Dartmouth College in 1987. He has been a member of Walnut
Creek Masters since 1989. He began coaching under Kerry
O'brien in 1992. On September 1, 2021 he and Mike assumed the
Co-Head coaching position with the team.
Debbie grew up swimming in Marin County.
She swam for the University of Arizona and went on to get her CA
teaching credential. She began coaching in 1986 and has coached
summer, USA and high school teams. She has been coaching at Walnut
Creek Masters for almost 20 years.
Lisa A. Ward
Lisa was an age group swimmer and swam
for the University of Hawaii. She has been coaching all ages since
1984. She has been a member of Walnut Creek Masters since 1996 and
began coaching for WCM in 2010. Lisa is a recipient of the USMS Kerry
O’Brien Coaching and Fitness Education Awards. She is USMS
certified as a level 3 coach and ALTS instructor.
started swimming when he was 5 years old and hasn't stopped yet. He
started coaching in 2011 with the Walnut Creek Aquabears. He swam
at DVC in 2012 and 2013 and then for University of the Pacific in
2014-2016. He currently coaches with WCAB, WCM, DVC, Northgate High
Harold O. Boscovich
Harold "Bosco" Boscovich
Bosco has been the Team Manager of Walnut Creek Masters since
1987. As Team Manager, he is an ex-officio member of the Board of
Directors with no voting rights. He is responsible for maintaining
the registration of all members and responsible for the day to day
business operation of the Team.
He was employed as a police officer in Oakland for almost 9
years and then for over 33 years with the Alameda County District
Attorney's Office. He retired from the District Attorney's Office
in 2004, as the Director of the Victim/Witness Assistance Division,
a program he began in 1974, as the first of its kind in California
and one of the original eight such programs in the Nation. His
retirement was short-lived however, as he was asked to return to
work on various projects and he continues to work for the District
Attorney's Office as a retired annuitant. He is currently the
President of the Board of Directors of the Alameda County Family
Justice Center, Oakland, a non-profit, one-stop location for
victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, child abuse, human
trafficking, and elder abuse, and their families. Bosco competes in
the 75-79 age group.