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Caleb Fenner Coach / GMCA General Manager

A native Oregonian, Caleb grew up swimming on Corvallis Aquatic Team in Corvallis, Oregon. After graduating college, Caleb Started his coaching career under his childhood coach Rick Guenther and former Oregon State Head Coach, Larry Lebowitz. In 2008, Caleb accepted an apprenticeship with USA Swimming Coach, Bob Gillett in Huntington Beach, California.

Caleb accepted a position with Tucson Ford Dealers Aquatics and University of Arizona in Tucson in 2010. While in Tucson, Caleb was immersed in every level of swimming from their pre-competitive groups to their post graduate and professional programs. He also had the opportunity to work with national team members such as Matt Grievers, Amanda Beard, Kevin Cordes. After Tucson, Caleb moved to Santa Clara Swim Club where he was Club Manager and High Performance Coach from 2012-2016. Caleb was in charge of the overall operations and management of Santa Clara Swim Club’s Learn to Swim, Developmental, Competitive, Masters, and Water Polo programs.

Coach Caleb also held the position of Aquatics Director and Head Coach of Alpine Hills Tennis and Swim Club from where he managed all day to day operations of their aquatics and PASA-Alpine programs. Coach Caleb had the opportunity of producing CCS, Far Western, Junior National, and US Open level swimmers who went on to become student athletes at programs such as Cal Poly, UCLA, and Princeton. There, he also led their summer league team to undefeated dual meets, relay meet champions, and overall league champions.

Coach Caleb’s philosophy is to create a healthy and safe environment in which athletes feel comfortable taking risks and accepting challenges to achieve the next level of swimming excellence. I am personally motivated to share my passion for swimming and commitment to specific techniques with all athletes participating in the GMCA programs.

GO Greenmeadow!
GO Marlins!

Coach Caleb 

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Alana Ezrre Coach

Past Swimming

Alana learned how to swim at the age of 3 at Santa Clara Swim Club. When she was 7 years old she moved to the competitive team and participated in competitions, until she was 16 years old, when she began teaching swim lessons.

During high school, Alana competed on her varsity team Freshman to Junior year, competing primarily in 100 Fly, 200 IM, and the 200 Medley Relay swimming Fly.

Coaching Experience

In 2014, Alana started working in the Learn to Swim program at Santa Clara Swim Cing experiencelub (SCSC) at the age of 16 as an instructor for all ages and as a deck supervisor. She also enjoyed working with the special abilities program at Santa Clara.

In 2017, she began as a developmental coach, and in September 2018, moved up to coach the competitive groups ranging ages from 10 and unders all the way to high schoolers. For 3 years Alana was the lead coach in one of three competitive 10 and under groups at SCSC. During that time she also assisted 11/12, Pre-senior and Senior groups.

Personal Facts of Interest

Alana has 2 dogs, Paco and Kacey. She has been dancing for 10+ years, primarily jazz, hip-hop, contemporary, and ballet. In her free time, she enjoys going to the beach.

Goals for your career

I want to make a positive impact in children's lives. My goal is that when my swimmers walk away from the pool deck, they can take the skills and mindset that they have learned and apply it to the world outside of swimming.

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