Danny has been a dedicated member of the Candlewood Sundevil Swim Team for the past 12 years, since the age of 6. He has proven to be a well-rounded individual by participating in various activities including Howell H.S. Varsity Swimming, Varsity Football, and Varsity Track & Field where he earned the recognition of "All District" for Javelin throwing. Danny is excited to be attending Rowan University this Fall. He plans on participating in club swimming, football, and track & field while pursuing his studies.
Derek started swimming for the Sundevils at age 9 and has been a dedicated member for the past 9 years. He was a Varsity Swimmer and Football player at Jackson Liberty High School. Derek will be attending Rowan University this fall and plans to study business.
Nathan Glikman has been swimming for the past 6 years, and has rose from being a first year swimmer to being on the top and sharing what he's learned with others. Nathan was captain of the Freehold High School swim team, and will be swimming at Rutgers University on the club swim team. He will be majoring in computer engineering, with a minor in computer science. He hopes all his fellow graduates will be successful in whatever they do moving forward.
Natalie Lau has been a part of Freehold Sharks for 6 years. She was an athlete for 5 years and a coach for 1. She swam for the Marlboro High School Varsity swim team for 4 years and FOBY for 3 years. She will be swimming for the Rutgers University’s club swim team next year where she will attend the School of Arts and Sciences.
Kiara “Kiwi” Liwag has been a part of the Freehold Sharks for 10 years. She was an athlete for 7 years and a coach for 3. She swam for FOBY winter team for 9 years and was part of the Marlboro High School Varsity swim team for 4 years. She will be continuing her swimming career on the Ramapo College of New Jersey’s Women’s Swim Team where she will be studying to receive her bachelor’s degree in nursing. She cannot believe that this will be her last summer being eligible to swim for the Sharks, but is very excited to continue coaching for the next few summers. She wishes all the graduated seniors good luck in all of their future endeavors!
Katherine has been swimming for Holmdel Hurricane swim team since she was 6 years old, and has been an assistant coach for the past 3 years. She also swam on the Red Bank YMCA team for 10 years. She was a 4 year varsity member of Holmdel High School swim team and is part of the school record 200 medley and 200 free relay teams.
Katherine graduated from Biotechnology High School. She will be attending University of Southern California to study Applied and Computational Mathematics.
Andrew has been a Marlin since 2016 and he immediately loved the team. He said that the atmosphere was great, and the coaches were amazing. Andrew loved competing against the other teams, and was happy with how much he improved with his first season on the Marlins. He swam for my high school, Colts Neck, and for FOBY this past winter. Walking away from the Marlins, Andrew regret not having being on the team longer, and he know he is going to miss it. Andrew has made many friends and wished it didn't have to end. Now he am moving on to Rutgers University, and plan to study engineering. The Marlins inspired him to consider pursuing his swimming on Rutgers' men's club swim team.
Maddy graduated high school from the Marine Academy of Science and Technology. Next year she will be attending Penn State University as a meteorology major. The Marlins was her first swim team she joined when Maddy was 7 years old. The following winter she joined the YWMC club team, more recently know as FOBY. Though her swimming career on the Marlboro Marlins has come to a close, Maddy hopes to stay and coach for the Marlins in years to come.
Beginning at age five, Molly is now competing in her fourteenth and final year as a Monmouth County Swim League swimmer. She has competed on a year-round club team since age six and has been a member of the Ocean County YMCA National Team since age thirteen. In August, Molly will be a Marketing major and a Communications minor at Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida where she will also be a member of the university's Sharks Swim Team. Her favorite events to swim are the 100BR, 400IM and 200FL. Molly coached the Stingrays again this season and plans to return next year as a coach. Her favorite part of coaching is watching swimmers improve their strokes and receive their heat winner and best time ribbons, all with excitement and wide grins.
Isabella has been swimming for the Monmouth Heights Stingrays for the past nine years. This is her second coaching season. In high school, Isabella swam for Freehold Township High School's varsity swim team for four years and was a team captain her senior year. In high school, Isabella was a member of the Contemporary Global Issues Learning Center. In the fall, she will be attending Villanova University to study political science and will be continuing her swimming career on their club swim team.