Swimming

Coaches

Head Coach: Kelly Crowley 
Assistant coaches: Alana Burgess, David Hill

2017/2018 Season Schedule

Legend:  Postponed  Cancelled

Date Opponent Location Dismissal Departure Start Results
Wed 2/14 Blue vs Gold Intrasquad Home: Menlo - Swimming Pool     4:00pm  
Wed 2/28 St. Francis Home: Menlo - Swimming Pool     4:00pm  
Thu 3/1 Tri-Meet vs M-A & Paly Palo Alto HS 2:45pm 3:00pm 4:00pm  
Wed 3/7 Gunn/Serra Gunn HS 2:40pm 2:55pm 4:00pm  
Sat 3/10 Small School Invitational Sacred Heart Prep     9:00am  
Wed 3/21 WBAL Jamboree #1 Harker TBA TBA TBA  
Sat 3/24 Yamamoto Invitational St. Francis HS   7:30am van - contact Coach Kelly 9:00am  
Wed 3/28 WBAL Jamboree #2 Home: Menlo - Swimming Pool     4:00pm  
Wed 4/11 WBAL Jamboree #3 Harker   TBA 4:00pm  
Thu 4/19 WBAL Jamboree #4 Home: Menlo - Swimming Pool     4:00pm  
Wed 4/25 Rivalry Week vs SHP Sacred Heart Prep TBA TBA TBA  
Fri 5/4 WBAL Trials Sacred Heart Prep TBA TBA TBA  
Sat 5/5 WBAL Finals Sacred Heart Prep     TBA  
Fri 5/11 CCS Trials TBA TBA TBA TBA  
Sat 5/12 CCS Finals TBA   TBA TBA  
Fri 5/18 CIF State Championships, Clovis TBA TBA TBA TBA  
Sat 5/19 CIF State Championships, Clovis TBA     TBA  

About the Coach

Kelly Crowley
(first  season)

Crowley is a familiar face on the Menlo pool deck - she served as an assistant swim coach and taught swimming in the middle school. The two-sport Paralympic medalist and retired professional cyclist is a writer and speaker, a USA swimming coach, and founder/director of the ParaSport Institute. 

Over the course of her professional career Crowley won numerous National Championship titles in both swimming and cycling. As a swimmer, Crowley held two World records, competed at the 2003 FINA World Championships, and won two gold medals in the 2004 Athens Paralympic Games. As a cyclist, Crowley was a World Champion time trialist in 2007 and raced professionally with Primal/Map My Ride in 2012. She won two bronze medals at the 2012 London Paralympic Games. Crowley holds a master’s degree from Santa Clara University in Public Administration. She worked in a variety of positions in Bay Area non-profit organizations before becoming a swimming coach.