Michaela began swimming competitively in 2011 with the John Paul II Varsity swim team. She earned her lifeguard certification in 2012 and her WSI certification in 2013. With four years of lifeguarding and teaching under her belt, she is delighted to be returning to coach the Barracudas in hopes of another successful season. She is an upcoming junior at the University of North Texas where she is studying Biology with certifications in Forensic Science and Criminalistics.
Jenna started swimming with the YMCA when she was 7, and soon joined Aquaducks. After taking a break from swim team to focus on school, she joined the Barracudas when she was 13. After her summer at Liberty, she decided to get her lifeguard and WSI certification, and has been working in aquatics since 2014. This year, Jenna graduated from the Plano Academy High School and will be attending the University of North Texas this fall. She’s excited to begin coaching for the team she used to be on!
Peter began swimming competitively and playing water polo in 2009 with the Jesuit Junior Varsity team. The next year he was on the varsity teams and continued for the rest of his high school career. Peter began to teach swim lessons the summer of 2012 and has been coaching for just as long. He is currently a senior at Texas Woman’s University majoring in Biology and is planning on becoming a high school science teacher. This is his first year coaching the Barracudas swim team and he is very excited to be a part of it!