Courtney starting swimming competitively at Brookside at the age of 4 and was a member of the Brookside Swim Team for 15 years. She was also was a member of the Raritan Valley YMCA Riptide Swim Team for 12 years and National Team for 7 years. Courtney has coached at Brookside for the past two years and just completed her junior year at TCNJ as an early childhood education and psychology double major. She has been a member of the TCNJ women's swim team for the past three years, and has been named a team captain for the 2018-19 season.
Andrew began swimming for Brookside when he was 5 years old. He swam for Brookside for 13 seasons and swam for RVY Riptide for 12 years. This is his first season coaching Brookside, although he has filled in as a coach in the past. Andrew just completed his freshman year at TCNJ as a business management major. He is on the swim team at TCNJ and he was named Rookie of the Year for the 2017-2018 season.
Michael began swimming for Brookside when he was 5 years old and will be starting his 12th and final season on the team. He swam for RVY Riptide for 12 seasons and was a member of the National Team for 6 seasons. Michael has a twin brother, Dominick, who will be joining him in coaching this summer as well as an older sister, Alyssa, who served as a coach for Brookside for 3 seasons. Michael has served as a captain for the swim team at Saint Joseph High School as well as RVY Riptide. Michael has just graduated from Saint Joseph High School and will be attending Fordham University where he will continue his academic and swimming career. Next year, he will be studying Finance at the Gabelli School of Business with a concentration in Law as he hopes to one day become a lawyer.
Dominick started competitively swimming on Brookside when he was 6 years old. He has been swimming for Brookside for 12 seasons now and swam for RVY Riptide for 12 years as well as swimming for the National Team for 6 seasons. He has just graduated from Saint Joseph High School where he also swam at and served as a captain alongside with his brother Michael. This is him and his brother’s first season coaching Brookside, though they have filled in as a coach in the past for their sister Alyssa. Dominick has just committed to Manhattan College where he will be a member of the swim team as well as study Mechanical Engineering there in the fall of 2018.