April 12, 2015
Loggerheads Aquatics Welcomes Coach Stephanie Stadler
Loggerhead Aquatics is excited to announce the hiring of new assistant coach Stephanie Stadler! Stephanie offers a wide range of skills ranging from developing successful learn to swim programs to Masters program development. We were particularly impressed with her passion for the sport and dynamic ability to connect with her athletes. We believe that Stephanie's experience and talents will serve as a great contributor to the loggerhead vision.
Stephanie will spend the next weeks shadowing our coaching staff and learning the ways of loggerhead nation! She will begin a consistent coaching schedule beginning May,4th.
Stephanie Stadler's Bio-
Stephanie Stadler began swimming as a four year-old for Mission Bay Makos in south Florida and later joined Coral Springs Swim Club, where she swam until she graduated high school. While in high school, she coached her team’s Novice groups and helped grow the SwimAmerica program. She then moved to Tallahassee and attended Florida State University during the worst six seasons in the school’s football history. Thankfully, back-to-back undefeated seasons were in the team’s future! While at FSU, Stephanie earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Communication Sciences and Disorders. She is an ASCA Level 2 Coach and was the Developmental Program Coordinator at Area Tallahassee Aquatic Club. Today, Stephanie works as a speech-language pathologist at Nemours Children’s Specialty Care. When not at work, she enjoys running, open water swimming and time with her husband, Ben. After being away coaching for a few years, she missed the athletes, the sport and the flip flop tan. Stephanie has a passion for the developmental stages of swimming and teaching stroke technique. She enjoys fostering a love for swimming and is very excited to become a part of the Loggerhead family!
Please take a moment to give Stephanie a warm welcome to our family!