2016-2017 Roswell High Swim & Dive Team Coaching Staff

 (Click on Name for Coaching Bio)

Head Swim Coach Sue Holder
Assistant Swim Coach Molly Bethune
Dive Coach Ian King



Sue Holder - Head Coach    

Coach Sue Holder grew up in New Jersey, but has raised her family in Roswell.  Her grown daughters both attended Mountain Park, Crabapple, and Roswell High, and her oldest was a member of the Roswell High Swim Team.   With her husband she has been involved in recreational sports in Roswell for over 20 years, as a member of the Roswell Parks and Recreation Board and then as a Coordinator for her neighborhood swim team for four years.  Coach Holder has been teaching at Roswell High for nine years, and was a founding sponsor of the school Equestrian Team.  She has always had a passion for student athletics and is excited to be able to bring her previous knowledge of swimming, swim meet organization and coaching as head coach this year! 


RHS Head Swim Coach Sue Holder
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Molly Bethune - Assistant Swim Coach    

We are excited to have Assistant Swim Coach Molly Bethune join us for the 2016-2017.  More bio info for Coach Bethune will be posted shortly. 


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Ian King - Dive Coach  
  Ian comes to the RHS Swim and Dive team with a rich and extensive background in competitive gymnastics and springboard diving.  He spent most of his middle and high school years competing in local, regional and national gymnastics and diving meets.  Ian graduated high school nationally ranked in the top 100 gymnasts of graduating seniors.  As a college freshman, he was a member of the William and Mary Men’s gymnastics team.  He continued his athletic endeavors at the University of Florida, participating in the men’s gymnastics squad and the Gator Triathlon Club. He also happened to earn a degree in Architecture along the way.

Presently Ian is employed with Kaiser Permanente as a Performance Improvement Program Manager. Splitting his time between multiple Atlanta medical facilities, he makes sure to find time to train for 10K road races and is a member of the United States Masters Swimming organization. He swims year round at Swim Atlanta and has had the honor of coaching the Roswell Rapids Youth Dive Team for the past 5 years.

Ian and his wife of 28 years, Angela, have lived in Roswell for 23 years. They have two children; Sean, 23, a junior at The New School in New York, and Megan, 20, a junior at Georgia Southern University.
Roswell Hornets Dive Coach Ian King
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