Head Coach and 15-18 Coach – Miles MacKenzie
A former Meadows Club lifeguard, Miles MacKenzie is a Louisville native who began his swimming career with the Louisville Dolphins and attended Fairview High School where he was a two-time state champion in the 100 freestyle. After graduating from Fairview in 2014, he went on to swim at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California. During his four years at Pacific, he swam three individual NCAA “B” cut times, while also winning multiple conference relay championships. In the summer of 2016 Miles competed in three events in the US Olympic Trials and plans on swimming in the next trials in 2020.
Miles will graduate this May with a Business Administration degree with a concentration in Economics and Finance. Miles has been involved with BVSSL for 11 of the past 14 years either as a swimmer or a coach. He has coached two summers with Mesa as well as running the Pacific Swim School in Stockton. He is excited to start his role as Aquatics Director before beginning a data analytics graduate program in England starting in October. WELCOME MILES!
Miles can be reached at email@example.com and begins his position in mid-May.
8 & Under Coach – Sarah Dalgleish
Sarah just finished her second year at Oberlin College in Ohio where she is majoring in English and minoring in Rhetoric and Composition. She is a member of Oberlin’s varsity swim team, where she swims sprint and mid-distance freestyle. Outside the pool, Sarah hosts a radio show on Oberlin’s local station, enjoys listening to podcasts, writing poetry, and hiking. Sarah swam on Meadows for 11 years from the ages of 8-18 and could not be more excited to be returning to the team to coach 8 and Unders and pre-team! Sarah can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
9-10 Coach – Brooklyn Fano
My name is Brooklyn Fano and I could not be more thrilled to finally be a Meadows coach! For anyone that knows me, you know I was practically born and raised a Beaver at Meadows. I have been swimming for 17 years now including at Meadows, Fairview High School and CU. I graduated from CU last May with a BA in Psychology. I currently swim with a masters program here in Boulder while at the same time going to school to get my license interpreting Sign Language. I cannot wait for another summer back at my home pool! Brooklyn can be reached at email@example.com
11-12 Coach – Greta Dunn
Hello Beavers! My name is Greta Dunn and I am so excited to be back as a coach again this summer. I am just finishing up my sophomore year at the University of Puget Sound where I am studying business and Spanish, and am also a member of the swim team. I am looking forward to a great Meadows season before I spend my fall semester studying abroad in Valparaíso, Chile! Greta can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
13-14 Coach – Lane Goedhart
Lane Goedhart is a recent graduate and student-athlete from the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California. His field of study was Business Administration with a concentration in Management & Human Resources. As a member of Pacific’s swim team, Lane was a sprint freestyle specialist. His events included the 50, 100, and 200 freestyle. He was also a two-time school record holder in the 4×50 and 4×100 freestyle relays and a 2017 MPSF conference champion. Lane is originally from Redlands, California from a large family with two younger brothers and an older sister. He played a variety of sports growing up but found his passion in the pool. After swimming collegiately, Lane has acquired the necessary skills to lead a team and cultivate a championship focused culture. He is excited to share his knowledge with his team and help them achieve their goals! Lane can be reached at email@example.com
Pre-Team Coach – Katie Boselli
Hi! My name is Katie Boselli and I am very excited to be a coach this summer! I just finished my first year at Saint Mary’s College of California where I am on the Rowing Team. This pass summer I graduated from the team after 13 years of swimming as a Beaver and I am lucky to call it my second home. I can’t wait to have another great summer and keep the tradition and spirit alive. Go Meadows!