Head coach: Simon Cassidy
Assistant coaches: Laura Reynolds, Eddie Simonin
2021/2022 Season Schedule
Legend: Postponed Cancelled/Season Over
|Sat 3/12||Small Schools Invite||Sacred Heart Prep||9:00am|
|Wed 3/16||WBAL #1B||Home: Menlo - Swimming Pool||2:45pm||4:00pm|
|Thu 3/24||WBAL #2A||Castilleja||2:30pm||2:45pm||4:00pm|
|Wed 3/30||WBAL #3B||Sacred Heart Prep||2:35pm||2:50pm||4:00pm|
|Wed 4/6||WBAL #4||Sacred Heart Prep||2:35pm||2:50pm||4:00pm|
|Wed 4/20||SHP||Sacred Heart Prep||2:20pm||3:30pm|
|Fri 4/29||WBAL Championships||Sacred Heart Prep||2:35pm||2:50pm||4:00pm||Boys 2nd; Girls 3rd|
|Fri 5/6||CCS Trials||Santa Clara Swim Center||11:15am||11:30am||2:00pm|
|Sat 5/7||CCS Finals||Santa Clara Swim Center||11:30am||1:30pm|
About the Team
Menlo School swim teams have seen growth every season and continue to thrive in league competition and send swimmers to CCS. This season, Menlo had its first swimmer compete in the state meet and a diver qualified for CCS. The boys’ team won five consecutive Peninsula Athletic League titles from 2003 to 2007. In the boys’ inaugural season in the West Bay Athletic League in 2009, they won the league championship. The girls own two long league-win streaks: from 1986 to 1994 and from 1996 to 2006. Both teams now compete in the WBAL. The Knights consistently qualify 10 or more swimmers to compete in a range of CCS Championships events.
About the Coach
Simon Cassidy (first year)
Cassidy has coached age group, masters swimming and triathletes, with coaching experience in the United States, Canada and Australia. He was most recently head track and field coach at Eastside College Prep, where he had been part of the coaching staff since 2015. He oversaw all aspects of the program, including coaching discus and shot put.
As a professional triathlete and student-athlete, Cassidy represented Canada on the World Cup circuit, racing in 13 countries. He was a three-time, top 20 finisher at Olympic distance world championships. He holds a bachelors from the University of British Columbia and a master’s from Canada’s Ivey School of Business. He recently retired from a career in trading and investment management.