Our Coaching Staff
The Chabot Marlins have continually worked hard to ensure that we have a great coaching staff who are competent in the skills needed to coach swimming, but who also offer great encouragement while building the confidence of every swimmer. Here are our coaches for the 2018 season.
Madison is back for her fifth year as a Marlins Coach and her second as our head coach. Swimming became a part of Madison's life at age 7. She grew up in Santa Barbara and relocated to the Bay Area where she swam at Chabot College and CSUEB. Madison began her coaching experience in Santa Barbara, helping out with the younger kids on her club team, the Carpinteria Aquatics. At Cal State East Bay she has coached mostly 10 and under swimmers for the East Bay Aquatics. Working with kids is one of her favorite things because they have an endless imagination that keeps her on her toes all the time!
Megan is back for her forth year as a Marlins Coach and her first time as lead assistant coach for the 10 & under age group. She began her swim career at age seven with the Marlins. In addition to the Marlins, Megan swam for EBAT, CVHS Varsity Team, and Las Positas College. Megan began her coaching experience by helping the younger swimmers on the Marlins with individual technique and stroke work. While on the CVHS swim team, she would work with the JV swimmers individually to help them improve their technique, turns, and dive. Megan has always had a passion for swimming and loves sharing that with the swimmers!
Cassidy is excited to return for her second year with the Marlins. She grew up in Tracy where she swam and played water polo throughout high school. When she graduated, she continued to be a dual athlete at San Joaquin Delta College before she transferred to CSUEB to swim. She started swimming at age 13 and began coaching at age 16 with her club team. Throughout her coaching career, she has coached kids from various skill and age levels, making her very flexible with who she works with. She loves working with kids and watching them succeed in and out of the water!