Coaching Staff

2020 Calverton Chargers Coaching Staff

Our coaching staff brings a valuable mix of experience and enthusiasm to the pool deck, and we’re looking forward to a fun and competitive season. Coaches help our children become better swimmers, healthy competitors, grow in self-confidence and self-esteem. For the safety of our athletes, coaches must give their full attention to swimmers in the water during practice and meets. Parents are welcome to contact any coach at any time via email, or speak with him/her after swim practice or meets. Please keep in mind that in some instances additional age group practices may be scheduled immediately before or after your child’s practice.


Head Coach: Tony Murray - [email protected]

A graduate of East Carolina University, Tony Murray returns for his 22nd season to lead the Chargers as Head Coach in the 2019 Montgomery County Swim League (MCSL). Tony is a former Charger and team record holder, lifeguard and swim instructor at CSC, and he continues to play a critical role in the local swim community. His experience includes beings a PVS Zones coach, coaching 16 seasons with Fairland Aquatics Swim Team (FAST), and 4 years at RMSC. Tony is currently in his 2nd year at All Star Aquatics (ASA) where he coaches the Advanced Senior and 9-10 groups at the Bolger Center.  As Head Coach for St. John's College High School in Washington, DC for the past 18 seasons, he leads the Cadets in the Washington Metropolitan Prep School Swim & Dive League (WMPSSDL), and was awarded the 2010 WMPSSDL Coach of the Year. Tony is also a PE teacher at St. Joseph's Catholic School in Beltsville and St. Mary's Catholic School in Rockville. This February Tony and his wife Hillary welcomed the newest member of the Charger family, a future record-breaker, baby Quinn.


Assistant Coach : Rachel Borczuch

Rachel is happily returning for her 10th season on Charger coaching staff, and her 3rd season as Assistant Coach. She started on the team as a swimmer when she was 7 years old, and was one of Calverton’s first CIT’s when the program began. She also swam for the Fairland Aquatic Swim Team and Paint Branch High School Swim Team for many years. Along with Calverton, Rachel became a student coach for Paint Branch High School, and have some private lessons to people not affiliated with Calverton Swim Club. Outside of swimming, Rachel is a graduate of West Chester University of Pennsylvania, where she studied theatre and communications. Rachel has always brought her creativity and adaptability to the pool as a swimmer and a coach, and looks forward to doing just that once again this summer!



Assistant Coach : Karissa Smith

Karissa Smith is a graduate of Spencerville Adventist Academy and attends the University of Maryland. Her swimming career began at age five and she’s been a member of a swim team every summer since then. This is her 4th year on the Calverton Charger coaching team. She is excited to be back for another summer as a Charger.