Luke Scoboria - Head Coach (firstname.lastname@example.org, 610-655-5624)
Luke began swimming for Antietam when he was 5 and continued until he was 18. Luke is a team record holder and is a multiple time BCSA champion throughout his years as an Alligator. Luke graduated from Exeter High School in 2019 where he continued swimming and also played water polo. Luke qualified for the PIAA District 3 Championships all 4 years in high school and was an All-State selection as well as All-Berks First Team in water polo. Luke graduated from Bloomsburg University this spring with a degree in Early Childhood Education. Luke also continued swimming at Bloomsburg University and then Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where he was a 6x All-PSAC performer, team captain, and a member of the Dean’s List. Luke holds school records in relays at both Bloomsburg and IUP.
"This is my 4th summer leading this team and we are looking to build on our successful 2023 season. Last summer we did things we did not know we could achieve, and now we know the sky is the limit for this team. We are looking to build on our 3rd consecutive Silver Championship and 3rd place finish at BCSA Counties. The team has also not lost a dual meet since June 2021, making us a combined 12-1 since the 2021 season. We are still growing fast and rapidly improving. Our team culture is what makes this team so special. Each swimmer values every meet, takes pride in their swimming, and the team feels like one giant family. We are going to have another special team this summer."
Rachel Nye - Assistant Coach (email@example.com)
Rachel began swimming at Muhlenberg Swimming Association when she was 4 years old. At age 9 she transitioned to Laurel Run and continued there until she was 18. Rachel also swam for Muhlenberg Age Group when she was an age-grouper and once she hit high school she swam all 4 years for Muhlenberg High School. Upon graduating high school, Rachel continued her academic and athletic career at Albright College where she earned a Bachelor's Degree in Biochemistry and was on the swim team. Rachel is currently an Assistant Coach for Exeter High School Swim Team and plans to return again for them in the winter. Rachel was previously an Assistant Coach for Antietam back in 2019 and is eager to return this summer for a fun and successful season!
Nick Griffith- Assistant Coach (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Coach Nick started swimming at Antietam when he was 7 continuing to swim at Antietam through his entire swimming career until he was 18. During the winter season he has swam for Boyertown YMCA, Reading YMCA, and Mifflin age group before he was in high school. All four years of high school he swam and played water polo for Exeter Township Senior High School before continuing his swimming career at Albright College where he earned a bachelor’s degree in environmental science. He is currently an assistant for Exeter Townships High School Swim team and is planning to return this coming season.
Jordyn Katrinak- Assistant Coach (email@example.com)
Jordyn began swimming at age 5. She started her summer swimming career for East Reading Pool and eventually swam for Crestwood for one year before going to college. She swam age group swimming with Reading Mini Knights until she aged out of the program and then began swimming for Reading High School through their co-op program with Berks Catholic. Jordyn then attended West Chester University where she earned her undergrad degree and eventually her masters degree in Applied Behavior Analysis. She is now the head coach for Reading Mini Knight age group swimming and can’t wait to continue coaching throughout the summer!
Lauren Ramsey- Assistant Coach (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Lauren started swimming for Antietam when she was 7 years old. She currently holds 14 team records and is the county record holder in the 100 backstroke. A 2023 graduate of Exeter High School, Lauren holds 5 school records with the eagles. All four years of high school, Lauren was a PIAA District 3 qualifier, PIAA State qualifier, and All-Berks selection. In addition she is a 3x high school All-American. Lauren started club swimming at Albright Aquatic Club when she was 7 and then moved to the Reading YMCA when she was 11. At RY Lauren competed at the National Championships for four years and was a 5x finalist. In the fall, Lauren will attend Marshall University to continue swimming and major in Nursing.