Head Coach – Zach Wilson
Zach has been involved in competitive swimming for 18 years. He has competed at various levels including YMCA Nationals, high school swimming, and the collegiate level at Bloomsburg University where he served as Captain of the Husky’s Swim Team. The past five years Zach has been able to bring his swimming experience to the coaching side of the sport serving as a coach at Oxford High School and most recently at CB South High School. Coach Zach brings a strong background in strength/dryland training as well as knowledge of technique and stroke mechanics to WST. Zach is extremely excited to be a part of WST and ready for another great season.
Assistant Coach – Jim Tate
Bio coming soon
Assistant Coach – Tyler Pursell
Assistant Coach – Meghan Tevnan
Hi! I am extremely excited to be an assistant coach for the Warrington Swim Team for this season. I started swimming on my summer league team when I was 6 years old and continued to swim on club swimming and my high school varsity swim team. I am currently a freshman at Penn State University studying Middle level education. I am proud to have qualified and competed in the Club Swimming National Championships at Ohio State in the 400 IM, 200 breast, 200 free, 100 fly and 100 breast. I am excited to coach and motivate my swimmers and help them reach their goals. I am a strong believer in hard work and effort. I believe that my past experiences as a swimmer will help shape me into a great coach. I am hoping to help improve technique so that swimmers can more easily finish their races. I also want to encourage swimmers to have fun and cheer at swim meets, no matter what the score is. I also want to teach swimmers what it means to have good sportsmanship. Most importantly, I believe that summer swimming should be a fun and positive experience for everyone! Go Dragons!
Developmental Coach – Emma Andrewlevich
Emma is excited to return to the Dragons as a developmental coach! She swam for the Warrington Swim Team since the time she was 5 to her senior year in high school. She has been a swim lesson instructor and lifeguard at the Warrington Swim Club since she was 14. Emma is very excited to help swimmers improve their technique as well as help them have as much fun as she did growing up.