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Meet the Swim Coaches

Michael Langmuir, Head Swim Coach 

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Michael is a former Old Orchard Otter who swam for 11 years and coached for 3 years alongside Chris Brookover.

In high school he was a four-year varsity swimmer for the Cherry Hill East Boy’s Swim Team. In his senior year, Michael was recognized for his team leadership role, sharing the honor of receiving the Sean Killion Award with Alex Monari and Kayla Gagnon. Michael enjoys teaching all ages and every level of swimmer whether it is teaching someone new or fine-tuning stroke mechanics. 

Michael is currently a senior Nursing major at La Salle University where he will be graduating in May. In his Freshman year he got together with 6 other students and started a club swim program. The team now has around 30 members and Michael is currently the president. 

Michael is very excited to be returning for another summer of swimming and is looking forward to having a fun and hopefully competitive season.

 


Katie Suarez, Assistant Swim Coach

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Katie is a Junior Middle Level, Special Education, & American Studies Major at La Salle University in Philadelphia.

Katie has been swimming competitively since the age of 8, swimming for Willowdale Swim Club, Jersey Wahoos, and the Mt. Laurel Y.

She currently swims for the La Salle Club Swim Team. She has qualified for College Club Swimming Nationals 2 years in a row in 4 events, and was also a tri-county qualifier. Katie specializes in backstroke & sprint freestyle.

Katie has given private & group swim lessons for 5 years, to children ages 2 and older.

Katie is so excited to be an Old Orchard Otter and looks forward to a great summer! 

 

 


Spenser DuBois, Assistant Swim Coach

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Spenser DuBois swam for the Old Orchard Otters for 12 years. He currently swims at Montclair State University where he had a strong freshman year breaking 4 pool records.  

The Old Orchard Swim Club has played a huge role in Spenser's life and has always been a second home to him.  

This will be Spenser's first year coaching.  He is excited to be on the other side of the sport and eager to learn.

Spenser hopes to help make this swim season with the Otters fun and full of memories.