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Coach Pam has been with the SeaWolves since 2008 and with more than 25 years coaching experience, she has coached all levels of swimmers. She previously coached for the Concord Terrapins and the Brentwood Dolphins.
She has coached many athletes that have participated at the National level and multiple swimmers that have competed and placed at Junior Olympics and Far Westerns. She has also coached high school swimming at Freedom, Liberty and Heritage High School.
Pam is our head age group coach, and she coaches our Silver group which consists of many high-level age group swimmers.
She has shared her love for swimming and coaching with her family, and as such, both of her children swam and played water polo for years and became coaches as adults.
Pam has a passion for swimming and she enjoys passing on the love of it to all the BSW team members.
Coach Brandi currently runs the swim program at Knightsen Elementary School. She previously coached for the Discovery Bay River Otters, Oakwood Water Polo and prior to that, she coached for 6 years with the Brentwood Seawolves. She also coached the Heritage High School swim team and JV boys water polo, as well as with the Terrapins and Aquaknights.
As a coach I believe technique is the key. It doesn't matter how fast you go if you're not swimming the stroke correctly. What place you get a the end of the race is irrelevant. What matters is that you improve your time. You have to put in the hard work at practice to achieve your goals. Keeping kids motivated to continue improving themselves is something I take pride in, and I hope you'll see that reflected in your swimmer as they work with me this year! I am eager to start our season and look forward to seeing everyone on the pool deck!
Coach Ray has been coaching for 3 years now and started swimming when he was 7 year old. Ray stopped swimming after his senior year in high school when he chose to continue his education in sports physiology and exercise science over a swimming scholarship. Ray graduated from Heritage High School, swam at CIF state championships, and was a sectional swimmer during his swim career. Although he stopped swimming competitively Ray still swims for fun. He even swam across Alcatraz. Ray believes in mastering one's body through technique, quality practices, and dedication to your sport. The 200 freestyle is his favorite event and his favorite stroke, but he was also a sprinter and swam butterfly. When he is not swimming he's either lifting weights or playing basketball.
Coach Gem joined the Brentwood SeaWolves in the Fall of 2013. She has been swimming since she was 9 years old with many different teams. Gem currently attends Diablo Valley College, and swims for their swim team. She graduated from Deer Valley High School where she swam all 4 years. She was also team captain and voted most inspirational by her teammates during the past 2 years. When Gem is not coaching, she enjoys cooking and spending time with her brothers and sisters!
As an experienced swim coach of all ages and abilities, Coach Eric's primary focus is to help others appreciate swimming more and more each time they come to the pool. He loves teaching swimmers how to move their bodies through water in a more efficient manner, which naturally leads to improved skills and faster times.