Since graduating from UNC, Reid has continued to stay around the pool. After moving to the DC area, he began his coaching career for the Potomac Marlins starting in 2005. Over the next decade he continued to coach part time in Alexandria while he worked as a banker, attended law school, and spent 5 years as public defender in Maryland.
Eventually the allure of the pool drew Reid into coaching full time. In 2015 he was the head site coach for the Potomac Marlins at Central Park Aquatic Center. His swimmers set more than two dozen team records and were a vital part of the team finishing fifth place at the 2016 PVS Junior Olympics.
For the past two years Reid has been the lead national team coach for Occoquan swimming. There he worked with top tier athlete helping more than a dozen earn college scholarships for swimming. In addition to setting numerous team records and finishing in the top 10 as a team at Junior Nationals, Reid has helped grow the most successful national training group in Occoquan history.
This is Reid’s second year with the Sharks, and he’s excited for an awesome summer. He can be reached via email at email@example.com