MEET OUR 2017 COACHES!
MEET THE COACH NIGHT IS MONDAY EVENING, MAY 22ND, AT THE POOL. SEE YOU THERE!
Exciting News! Our new head coach is Kathleen Lytle !
Kathleen Lytle is thrilled to be the new head coach for CAA!
Coach Lytle began swimming for a summer league team at age 10, a club team at 12 and her high school team at 13. As a high school swimmer, she was a state qualifier in 100 backstroke, 200 IM and 50 freestyle. Her coaching experience began when she worked as a lifeguard and assisted with her summer league team. During her college years at the University of Virginia, she took a break from swimming to focus on other interests, but taught swim lessons in the summer to make extra money. After college, she became an assistant coach for Battlefield High School in Haymarket, Virginia for two years before returning to school to pursue a Master’s Degree in Special Education at George Mason University.
Coach Lytle has been working in education for the past 8 years and is currently an exceptional education teacher and the head swim coach at Glen Allen High School.
Here are some fun facts:
- Favorite event: Individual Medley
- Most valuable lesson learned from my summer swim coach: Time is the greatest gift anyone can give you
- Hobbies (besides swimming): singing, playing the piano, volleyball, reading
- Favorite subject to teach: Math
Welcome Coach Lytle!
Our new assistant coach is our own Kendall Madison!
My name is Kendall Madison, I’m 18 years old. I will be graduating from Glen Allen High School in June and will attend James Madison University in the fall with plans to study nursing with a minor in medical Spanish. I have a passion for working with others, both adults and children, as well as using my skills and abilities to help others. During my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends. Sports are a very important part of my life, along with swimming, I play lacrosse and cheer. I have been a member of the Chickahominy Swim Team for many years and swam at my high school this past school year. Along with coaching, I have worked at Chickahominy Aquatics Association for two years as a lifeguard and will be lifeguarding again this summer. I could not be more excited to continue my love for swimming and CAA through coaching such great and dedicated swimmers this season!
More good news! The Mite Coach this year is Layne Courter
Layne is life-guard certified and has taught swim lessons in the past. We love seeing our pool families develop and grow with us!
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