2019-2020 Roswell High Swim & Dive Team Coaching Staff

Head Swim Coach Stacey Brooks - Horton
Assistant Swim Coach Denise Alston
Assistant Swim Coach Ned Granville
Community Coach Betsy Trively


Stacey Brooks-Horton - Head Coach

Coach Brooks joined the Roswell High School faculty this fall as a Special Education Science teacher and Head Coach for RHS Swim & Dive team.  Coach Brooks is a 7th year teacher returning to Fulton County Schools after teaching and coaching in Douglas County for two years.  Brooks served as Assistant Swim Coach in Douglas County where the team secured twelve 1st place titles.  Last year, the team won the county championship and broke several county records.  Coach Brooks lead her girls relay team to the GHSA Swimming Championships in February 2019 where one of her swimmers secured two 1st place titles in both the 50 and 100 Yd Freestyle.  Several of the students have received scholarships and jobs for their swimming abilities. 

“I have been in the water as long as I can remember!  My father began teaching me to swim very early (3 years old).  I joined the park district swim team in my Chicago neighborhood when I was 7 years old.  I was the first African American girl to join my high school swim team.  But, competitive swimming wasn’t very popular among my peers, so I switched to Cheer and Softball.  My love for the water never died though.  I continued to work as a lifeguard at the community pool every summer until I went off to college.  It has always been a passion of mine to coach; and swimming just seemed natural.”

Coach Brooks’ goals for the student-athletes include learning and improving their swimming techniques, building self-confidence, and developing character.



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Denise Alston - Assistant Swim Coach

Coach Alston will have information entered shortly. 


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Ned Granville - Assistant Swim Coach

Coach Granville will have information entered shortly. 


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Betsy Trively - Community Coach

  Coach Trively returns for her fourth year as a volunteer community coach. She helps with communication, meet entry and at meets.  Coach Trively swam competitively from age 5 through 21, including four years varsity at the University of Pittsburgh. She is a USA Swimming Stroke & Turn Judge, Starter and Administrative Official. She is also an NFHS Accredited Interscholastic Coach and certified by GHSA as a community coach. Coach Trively has lived in Roswell with her husband, Martin and their three daughters since 2004.   
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