August 13, 2015
The Exeter Swim Team is excited to announce that Kyle Myers has
been hired as the team’s new Head Coach. Kyle, a former
college swimmer, has extensive coaching experience across all age
groups from the youngest level through Olympic Trials
qualifiers. As Head Coach, Kyle will be responsible for
guiding and developing all levels of EST’s swim program.
From new Head Coach Kyle Myers: “I am very excited
about joining EST and the opportunity to continue the team’s
long tradition of promoting and achieving excellence in competitive
swimming. I look forward to working with EST’s talented
coaches to offer practical and challenging training for all
swimmers and creative ways to stay motivated and have fun as we
pursue individual and Team goals. EST’s strong sense of
“community” is also apparent to me. I look
forward to getting to know and working with the parents and
swimmers whose commitment to the team is at the core of its
Kyle comes to EST from the Marlins of Raleigh Swim Team in North
Carolina where he was a Head Seniors Group Coach. While at
the Marlins, Kyle trained and worked with swimmers of all levels,
including an Olympic Trials qualifier. This summer, one of
Coach Kyle's swimmers qualified for and will compete at the 2015
FINA Junior World Championships in Singapore in late August.
Prior to the Marlins, Kyle was a Senior Assistant Coach with the
Quantico Devil Dolphins in Northern Virginia where he developed a
group of Top-10 nationally ranked swimmers and was selected as a
Coach for the Virginia Zone Team. At QDD, Kyle also started a
learn-to-swim program which directly fed into the competitive
swimming program at the 8 & Under level.
In 2014, Kyle was nominated for the North Carolina Swimming
Age-Group Coach of the Year. Most recently, he is nominated
for the 2015 ASCA National Age-Group Coach of the Year. Coach
Myers is ASCA Level 3 Certified.
Please join us in welcoming Kyle to EST!
EST Board of Directors