Meet Our Coaches

Head Coach - Annie Santiago

oach Annie


Coach Annie has been swimming with the Sacramento Stingrays for nine years and coaching for five of those years. A sophomore at Sacramento City College, Annie is on both the Water Polo and Swim teams.   Annie was a member of the Kennedy High School Varsity swim team four years, was Metro League Champ in the 500-yard free for four years, and in the 200-yard IM for two years, and the 200-yard freestyle for two years. Her favorite events are the 500-yard free, 200-yard free, and the 100-yard breaststroke. She can't wait for another great Stingray season! 




Calvin Elliott


Coach Calvin has been a Stingray for many years.   He holds the Stingray team record for the 50 Butterfly in both the 13/14 and 15/18 age groups.   Calvin is aiming for the league record in this event and can’t wait to bring his experience as a swimmer into coaching.  This is Calvin’s first year coaching and he is looking forward to an exciting season.  






Karina Elliott





Hi, I’m Coach Camille and I have been swimming in SSL since I was seven and have been on the Stingrays since I was twelve. I will be a junior this fall at C.K. McClatchy High School where I also swim for their team. My favorite stroke is backstroke but my favorite event is the 500 free. This is my first year coaching and I am really excited to help the younger kids perfect their strokes, starts and turns so they can reach their goals this season. When I am not swimming, I enjoy running both independently and for my school’s cross country team, attempting to read through Belle Cooledge Library’s entire teen fiction section, and studying history, specifically behind art and architecture. I am super excited to join the Stingrays coaching staff and I am looking forward to a successful season!


Grant Greenlow

oach Grant


Coach Grant attends John F. Kennedy High School, he is in the class of 2019. Coach Grant is a longtime Stingray. He started swimming with the team when he was 6 years old, and has been swimming ever since! He has coached for one year with his first year coaching with the Stingrays last year. His favorite event is the 50-yard freestyle. He says he got hooked on freestyle sprints after setting the league record for 6 and under his first season as a swimmer. As one of the swimmer/coaches this year, he is looking forward to getting to know the younger Stingrays and helping them develop the same passion for swimming that he has.