Your Seadragons coaches work hard to make the season safe, fun and productive. Please feel free to contact them with your questions and concerns, however please do not occupy their time DURING practice.
Coach's general email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the subject line, include your swimmer's name and age group.
Coach Jen was born and raised in Southern California. As a true Californian, you will most likely see her in a tank top and rainbow sandals. Her love for the sport began in swim lessons when she was six years old. After trying soccer and tennis, she chose to swim because she didn’t like running, sweating and waking up early for lessons. Little did she know, swimming would make her do all that and more. Throughout her illustrious swimming career, Coach Jen was a distance freestyler, breaststroker and IM’er. She qualified for CIF (California’s equivalent to Districts) her senior year of high school in the 500 yard freestyle and just missed it for the 100 yard breaststroke. She also qualified for JO’s for the first time at the age of twelve during the long course season in the 200 meter breaststroke. At the age of eighteen she finished third in the 200 meter breaststroke, making the podium for the first and last time. In college, she swam for a Division 1 university for all four years. She retired from swimming competitively in 2009 when she graduated from California State University Northridge with her bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology. Though retired, she has always kept one foot in the swimming world. For the last ten years, she has been an official for the National Federation of High School Swimming, US Swimming, US Masters, and the NCAA.
Coach Jen moved to Ohio in July of 2015. The following September, she was hired as the Head Coach of Walnut Hills High School and was named Boys Coach of the Year for the Eastern Cincinnati Conference twice in the four years she coached there. She has a Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology with a specialty in Exercise Science and a Master's of Education degree in Coaching Education and Athlete Development.
She has had such a blast with the kids. Helping kids enjoy the sport of swimming and achieve their goals is such an amazing experience, one she wouldn't ever trade. Let's make this year the best year!
Brianna Connock is a rising fourth year at the University of Cincinnati double-majoring in journalism and political science. She started swimming competitively at 8 years old for the Cincinnati Marlins and later finished her career with the PCY Tigersharks. She was a 4-time State qualifier at Wyoming High School and is a record holder for the 400 freestyle relay. This is Brianna’s fifth season as a Seadragons coach, and she has additional experience coaching for Walnut Hills and teaching private lessons.
While Brianna has retired from swimming competitively, you can still find her in and around the Wyoming Family Aquatic Center as an Assistant Manager. Outside of WFAC, Brianna is an editor for UC’s student newspaper, President of UC’s CrossFit club and a CF-L1 certified trainer.
Coach Margaret has been splashing around Wyoming for 8 years, swimming with the Seadragons, Wyoming High School and Middle School teams, and got her start as a Swordfish. Her favorite event is the 100M Backstroke, but she really, really loves coaching the Junior Seadragons.
Margaret has coached Jr. Seadragons for 3 years and can’t wait to get back in the water with them. She loves watching them learn a sport she loves too and enjoys watching her Juniors make progress through the season. Margaret comes from a long line of fantastic teachers and coaches; she gets her coaching inspiration and motivation from her favorite coach…Coach Carrie.
Margaret will be graduating from Wyoming High School, where she has been a member of the marching band and Varsity softball team. She is looking forward to attending college at Purdue University.
Hello! My name is Sophie Chow, and I am one of the coaches for the Junior SeaDragons, as well as one of the Head Coaches for the 8 and under age group. This is my 3rd year coaching on the SeaDragon swim team, the first two of which I was a volunteer coach for the Junior SeaDragons. I am also a swimmer on the SeaDragons team, and this is my twelfth and final year on the team. Outside of swimming, I also work at the Wyoming Family Aquatic Center as a Headguard, so I will be spending much of my summer at the pool! I also am interested in science, and I participated in the Wyoming High school Science Olympiad team, and in theater, as I acted and organized costumes from the Wyoming High school Drama department. Next year, I will be a freshman at the Ohio State University, studying biochemistry. I can’t wait to see you at the pool!
Hello! My name is Eva Robles, and I’ve been a part of the Seadragons for 7 years and club swimming for 6 years. My favorite stroke is backstroke and my best event is the 100 butterfly. I started volunteer coaching with the Junior Seadragons in 2019 and continued after the Rec reopened in 2021. This year, I hope to help my swimmers improve their technique and let them have a fun summer with the team.
I will be a Senior at Wyoming High School. When I'm not in the pool for the WHS Swim Team or PCY Tigersharks, you'll find me with the Color Guard/Marching Band or behind stage with the costumes and Theater Program.
I'm Claire Savage and I'll be coaching juniors and 8 & unders this summer!
I'm a soon-to-be senior at Wyoming High School, and I've been a Seadragon now for 10 years. My whole family has been swimming for the Seadragon since we moved here and it's always my favorite part of the summer.
I'm also a lifeguard here at the rec center so you can always stop by to say hi!
I'm looking forward to a great summer, and go Seadragons!!