John Hulvey
GSC Head Coach

Coach John comes to lead GSC as head coach as he completes his 14th year of coaching with the last 11 years in Jacksonville, most recently as the head coach of Loggerhead Aquatics. In two years Loggerhead rose from a top-400 ranked program to 74th nationally in 2021. Swimmers in the program rewrote the team's Top 5 record board and qualified for numerous national meets, including Olympic Trials. The senior program came out of 2021 Senior Champs with a combined score of 3rd in the North division placing two 1&2 finishes in the 200 medley and 200 freestyle relays. Over the past five years, Huley's swimmers have contributed to four FHSAA state titles and three runner-ups in 3A and 4A. Swimmers in Loggerhead's class of 2021 are continuing their swimming collegiately at Florida State (3), Tampa, Indian River, Naval Academy (2), Thomas, Rollins, Georgia Tech, and Florida Institute of Technology.

Coach Hulvey began his coaching career as a high school swim/dive and water polo coach while teaching at Coral Gables High School in Miami right after graduating from the University of Florida. After time at Spartan Aquatic Club as a head coach and the University of North Florida as a volunteer assistant coach, Coach John was head coach and owner of Storm Swim Club for four years in which he produced two National qualifiers, three Junior National qualifiers, eleven Futures qualifiers, two individual FHSAA champions, and three Florida LSC recordholders. Storm placed graduating seniors into schools to swim including; LSU, FSU, West Florida, Tampa, Washington University, Chicago, FIT, and Indian River.

Coach Hulvey has served on numerous Florida Zone Team staffs, Florida All-Stars staffs, and has held various positions within the Florida LSC.

Coach John's primary groups are Sectional and National while also working with all Gator coaches to promote a fun and competitive atmosphere in all of our training groups! As a Gainesville native, he is excited to bring his energy and experience to GSC.

 

 

Erin Condon
 
Lead Developmental Coach

Erin has been a member of the Gator Swim Club staff since 2014. She competed for the nationally acclaimed Wilton YMCA Wahoos program in Wilton, CT, and was named to the United States Swimming Open Water National Team in 1994, 1995, and 1996, and was a USS Junior National qualifier in the distance and backstroke eve nts. She competed for Princeton University during her undergraduate studies, and still competes for the GSC Masters program. In 2014 and 2015, Erin was ranked in the FINA Top Ten in her age group in the 1500m.

 

Alex McDonald

Alex is originally from Gainesville, and swam for Eastside High School, where he then served as an assistant swim coach for the Purple Hurricanes, helping to lead the team to 6 district titles (2 boys, 4 girls) and 2 girls regional titles. Before coming to GSC, Alex was a coach and swim instructor for Makos Aquatics Club for more than four years. Alex graduated from the University of Florida with a double major in English and journalism.