Swim Team

Montpelier Marlins Swim Team

Being part of the Montpelier Marlins Swim Team is a community tradition!
It’s the place to have fun while making neighborhood friends – kids and adults alike.

If you couldn’t join us in 2021 but want to get on the mailing list for 2022 info, please email montpeliermarlins@gmail.com

 Montpelier Fresh Roast Coffee – Available Year Round 

6 blends with three different grind options.  All blends named after streets in our neighborhood.  Do you feel like Silverbirch or Mount Pleasant this morning?   

Click here to download the order form.

Off-season, send your order form to montpeliermarlins@gmail.com.  Payment can be made via Venmo: @Montpelier-Marlins

All proceeds benefit the Marlins.

Congrats to all our 2021 Marlins on working so hard and improving all season long!

Special Shout-Outs:

Samantha Hong and John Michael Kern – long-time Marlins who are swam-out (18) in 2021.

 Most Valuable Overall:

Boys Most Valuable Overall: Kazuki Reeves

Girls Most Valuable Overall: Addyson DaRif

David Cunningham Award:

David Cunningham Memorial Coach’s Award Boys: Matthew DeMik

David Cunningham Memorial Coach’s Award Girls: Cicely Kirages


8 and under:

Most Valuable Swimmer: Christian Martinez-Castro

Most Valuable Swimmer: Suzanne Norton

Coach’s Award: Oliver Euceda


Most Valuable Swimmer: Alessandro Aguilera

Most Valuable Swimmer: Sachi Reeves

Coach’s Award: Kenneth Herrera

Coach’s Award: Celeste Chekwa


Most Valuable Swimmer: Nathan DeMik

Most Valuable Swimmer: Molly Smith

Coach’s Award: Eleazar Acosta

Coach’s Award: Valeria Martinez


Most Valuable Swimmer: Isaiah Cooper

Most Valuable Swimmer: Kaitlyn Gebhardt

Coach’s Award: Lucas Romero

Coach’s Award: Calia Arzayus


Most Valuable Swimmer: Jair Jackson

Most Valuable Swimmer: Samantha Hong

Coach’s Award: John Michael Kern

Coach’s Award: Isabel Tenney

Love Swimming? Join a Year Round Team!

 FROM COACH JAKE, Head Coach of the Marlins 2021

I encourage everyone to look into swimming year-round with a club team because it can be a great way for swimmers to improve their technique and become stronger swimmers for the next season. Below is a list of club teams in the area you might be interested in. 

DC Wave click HERE for more information about the team

-The club team I swam for

Machine click HERE for more information about the team. 

– I know many swimmers that currently swim with this team

NCAP click HERE for more information about the team

-This club team has Olympians Katie Ladecky and Pheobe Bacon

PAC click HERE for more information about the team 

– This is the club team of many Marlin swimmers already and is run by John Venit, the president of PMSL

MSSC click HERE for more information about the team 

– My lane mate in college swam on this team

These are the teams that I know off the top of my head, but if you are looking for something else, you can use the USA Swimming find a team search HERE.

I recommend when looking for a team, pick the one that works most conveniently with your schedule. For example, I swam with DC Wave when I was younger because I could take the metro to practice after school. It just worked for my family. So look at practice times for your swimmer and the location of practices to make the best decision.

Keep Swimming!