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Meet our camp instructors.
STEPHANIE WRIEDE MORAWSKI
Harvard University Women’s Swimming and Diving Head Coach
Stephanie Wriede Morawski ’92 is in her 22nd year as the Costin Family Head Coach of Harvard Women’s Swimming and Diving. The Harvard women’s swimming record book has been rewritten in recent seasons under Coach Steph. Her teams have broken every swimming record since 2005. Coach Steph has led the Crimson to three Ivy League Championship victories in the past five years.
Coach Steph earned her undergraduate degree in economics from Harvard in 1992 and added a master’s degree from Harvard’s Graduate School of Education in 1999. She is married to Michael Morawski, Technique Swim Academy General Manager. They live in Belmont with their two daughters.
Harvard University Men’s Swimming and Diving Head Coach
Kevin Tyrrell is in his sixth season as the Ulen Brooks Endowed Coach for Harvard Men’s Swimming and Diving. During Coach Kevin’s first season, the Harvard men went undefeated and won their first Ivy Championship win since 2008 and has since won in 2017 and 2018 and finished 18th at NCAAs. Previously, Coach Kevin, who has extensive international coaching experience, was the head coach of the U.S. Virgin Islands National Team from 2005-09 and led the team at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
A 1992 graduate of Lafayette College, Coach Kevin was a two-time captain for the Leopards, leading the team to second place at the 1992 ECAC Championship. He earned a master’s degree in education from Boston University in 2002. Coach Kevin currently lives in Arlington with his wife and four children.
Northeastern University Women’s Swimming Head Coach
Roy Coates is in his 26th season at the helm of the Huskies’ swimming and diving program. Since the 1993-94 season, Coach Roy has amassed a 168-103 record (.620) with the Huskies, including 20 winning seasons and 12 straight since 2006-07. The Huskies went 5-1 in the 2017-18 season and finished fourth at the CAA Championships. Coach Roy is no stranger to success at the conference level, as he coached Northeastern to an unprecedented five-straight America East Championships from 2000 to 2004.
A 1986 graduate of UMass Boston with a degree in Computer Science, Coach Roy earned his master’s in Sports Leadership from Northeastern in 2008. Coach Roy lives in Scituate with his wife and two children.
Sean King—Director of the 10 & Under Camp
Sean has spent years coaching and is finishing a B.S Degree at George Mason University.
“I’m studying to become a developmental economist to research novel strategies that impact public policies surrounding women’s empowerment. I’m a master bubble ring blower and I’m excited to be at the Technique Academy this summer because I believe that not only can swimming be made fun but that it should be and when it is, it makes for happy swimmers and fast times.”
Emily Hall—Director of the 11 & Over Camp
Emily swam competitively at Georgetown University and recently graduated from Harvard School of Education.
“I have been coaching swimming for over 10 years and I can’t imagine my life without it! I love seeing young swimmers fall in love with the sport and watching when a skill really “clicks.” Technique is the second most important part of swimming–the first is enjoying the sport! A un fact about me: I hold the (unofficial) pool record at my summer swim club for the 25 “backwards” freestyle (freestyle but feet first to work on balance). I am very excited to work at the Technique Swim Academy this summer!