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Coach Jennie swam for 15 years, first in Colorado, and then in Santa Clara, California. While training on the Santa Clara Aquamaids' top team from 2003-2006, Coach Jennie won four consecutive Senior National Championships in the team event, and placed in the top four in the duet event with her twin sister. She was a National Team member from 2003-2007, and she was a member of the 2008 Olympic Training Squad. Coach Jennie has been coaching synchro since 2004, including coaching the Santa Clara Aquamaids' 11-12 Team to a 1st place finish at Age Group Nationals in 2009. In 2011 Coach Jennie was part of the LASSC coaching team that took one of our second year club swimmers and coached them to a third place national title in 11/12 figures.
Coach Amy swam for Riverside Aquettes on their age group, junior, and senior level teams. During this time she won two consecutive Age Group National Titles. In addition, Amy also competed in varsity water polo and swimming at her high school. Amy graduated with honors from UC San Diego. Amy began coaching for San Dieguito in 2009 and then joined the Los Angeles Synchronized Swim Club coaching roster in 2011. She is an experienced choreographer and coaches our age group level swimmers.
Coach Morgane has been swimming for 10 years. She first started with the City of Los Angeles Synchro program before moving on to Los Angeles Synchro at the age of 9. While training on LA Synchro's top team from 2004-2007, she competed in U.S Age Group Nationals, U.S Junior Nationals, and U.S Opens where she competed and placed top ten in team, small routines, and combo events. Morgane graduated with a four year degree in Biology, and is a certified lifeguard.
Coach Courtney first fell in love with synchro at the age of six years old and hasn't stop loving it since. In 1992, she joined the San Francisco Merionettes. She has competed in solo, duet and team routines. She has had great success as a synchro swimmer including her team taking third place at U.S. Nationals in 2000/2001! Coach Courtney has never lost her love of the sport and passes on that enthusiasm to the athletes that she works with. Coach Courntney graduated from San Jose State University with a BA in Creative Arts and a minor in Radio, Television, and Film.
Coach Maddie started swimming with Los Angeles Synchro at the age of 9 in 2003. In 2004 she qualified for her first Age Group Nationals at the Regional meet, but was too young to compete at Age Group Nationals. She has attended Age Group Nationals from 2006-2012 placing in the top ten not only in team routines but also in small routines. In 2010, she competed at her first U.S. Jr. National competition in team and combo. Her combo placed sixth. That same year, she qualified for U.S. Jr. Team Trials. In 2011, Coach Maddie qualified and attended the U.S. Junior National Team training Camp in Indy. She continued to qualify and attend Junior Nationals through 2012, swimming a small routine at U.S Junior Nationals as well. From 2010-2012, Coach Maddie qualified her small routines to attend U.S Open. At U.S. Opens in 2012, both her small routines placed in the top ten. In January 2013, Maddie decided to continue her passion for synchronized swimming as a Coach. Coach Maddie enjoys working with all levels of the athletes on L.A. Synchro.
Coach Bianca is our specialty coach training our athletes in stroke development. In addition to coaching for Los Angeles Synchro, she was part of the UCLA coaching staff as an undergraduate assistant coach in 2012-2013.
Coach Bianca comes off an outstanding four-year career in Westwood and an appearance at the NCAA Championships as a senior at UCLA. She competed in the 200 fly and 100 fly, finishing 38th and 45th, respectively. At the Pac-12 Championships, Coach Bianca was sixth in the 200 fly (1:57.03) and 10th in the 100 fly (53.10). She also swam on the winning 200 free relay team against USC that set a school, facility and meet record. Coach Bianca claimed 100 fly race victories against Arizona and Arizona State, also winning the 200 fly versus ASU. She earned the team's Bruin Pride Award, as well as the Iron Effort Award for swimming.
Last season wasn't the only one that Coach Bianca competed at the NCAAs, as she also swam in the 100 and 200 fly, and 200 IM, at the 2010 and `11 Championships. As a sophomore, she broke the school record in the 200 fly at the NCAAs with a time of 1:54.87. She finished seventh to earn All-American honors. Coach Bianca also finished 17th in the 100 fly (53.06) and earned honorable mention All-American accolades in the 400 medley and 800 free relays at the NCAAs.
Outside of UCLA, Coach Bianca competed at the Olympic Trials in 2012 in the 100 and 200 fly. She also participated at U.S. Nationals in the 100 and 200 fly, and 200 IM, in 2011 and the 200 fly in 2010.
A native of Poway, Calif., Coach Bianca is finishing up her degree in chemical engineering.
Coach Meghan swam competitively for 12 years. She swam on the Riverside Aquettes from 2001-2007 and also competed on the US Junior National Team from 2004-2006. She then went on to train as a member of the US National Team 1, and along with her teammates, she took the bronze medal in the combo event at the 2007 World Championships in Melbourne, Australia. Meghan then served as alternate to the US Olympic Team in 2008 in Beijing, China. While attending the Ohio State University from 2008-2010, Meghan competed in the duet and trio events as a college athlete. She was proud to contribute to their consecutive overall National Championship while she was a Buckeye. This is Meghan’s first year coaching with Los Angeles Synchronized Swim Club.