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Claude Moore 

46105 Loudoun Park Ln.

Sterling, VA 20164

Competitive Team

Our Competitive team swims year round September - July. A tryout is required before registration. Please contacting the appropriate Coach below for more information about their group.

Registration

Developmental Stroke School

TBD

Our Stroke School is devoted to competitive stroke instruction with an emphasis on balance in the water through specialized drills. The program is for swimmer under 14 looking for a supplement for summer league.

Developmental 

Homeschool 

Our Claude Moore Home School swim program is devoted to competitive stroke instruction through specialized drills. The program is convenient for families with homeschooled children and offers multiple days a week.

Homeschool

Dues 

2022-2023

Practices 

2021-2022

Contact Claude Moore

If you have any questions regarding tryouts or program information 

please contact Head Coach Jessica Fry.

Contact Claude Moore

Coaching Staff


Jessica Fry-Mack

Head Coach - Gold 1

[email protected]

Jessica Fry-Mack began coaching at NCAP in the summer of 2009 and has been Head Coach at Claude Moore since 2016. She has an extensive swimming background dating back to her local age group program in Michigan and then through high school, college, and master’s programs. Jessica has over twenty-five years of coaching experience, working with summer league, high school, triathlon, Special Olympic, and USA club teams in Michigan and the Northern Virginia area. She has worked with swimmers ranging from beginners to Olympic Trial qualifiers and is ASCA Level 4 certified. Jessica has coached many USA Swimming Top- 10 and Top-20 athletes over the years, including National Age Group Record breakers, and has had multiple swimmers invited to and attend a variety of Select Camps. She has also been selected to the coaching staff for USA Swimming’s Eastern Zone Select Camp, National Select Camp, National Diversity Select Camp, Eastern Zone Diversity Select Camp and was chosen to serve as Head Coach at the Western Zone Diversity Select Camp before it was canceled due to the pandemic. Jessica served a two-year term on the Potomac Valley Swimming Board as Senior Coaches Representative and has spent the last several years on the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Board, and was recently chosen as the PVS DEI Chair for the 2021-2023 term.

Shannon McConagha

Shannon has been a lifelong swimmer, competing locally before attending The University of Mary Washington, where she continued swimming and became a valuable part of the team. She has several years of coaching experience, dating back to the existence of the Solotar Swim Team, and has also been Head Coach of the ODSL Broadlands Piranhas for several years. 

Casey Dawson

Casey Dawson graduated from South Lakes High School in 2010 and went on to study at The University of Mary Washington, earning a degree in Biology. She began competitive swimming at the age of 6 for RSTA Summer Swim League and then moved on to NCAP, continuing to swim through high school and college. She has over ten years of coaching experience, including club and summer league swim teams. Her passion for swimming and her love for the water have only grown stronger over the years and she is excited to share her love for the sport with our swimmers.

Tim Whelan 

Silver 1A & B, Bronze 1A & B & Homeschool
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Tim Whelan has been a coach with NCAP since the fall of 2015. He swam competitively in New Jersey and went on to swim at Rutgers University. He has been an age group, summer league and masters coach for several years. 

Sydney Fisher

Silver 1 & 2

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Sydney is a lifelong swimmer and a record holder at George Mason University. She has coached for a summer league team for seven seasons as well as the Mason Makos for two years. Sydney has worked with athletes of all levels, from novice swimmers to high school swimmers. For the past two years, she has been working for SwimBox where she focuses on technique and stroke work. Combining her love for competitive swim coaching and the technique work that she does on a daily basis, she’s been able to develop a great approach to teaching swimming at all levels and ages.

Jim Rumbaugh

Gold 3, Silver 3, Bronze 1A & B

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Jim attended the University of Tennessee and was selected as team captain during his last two years on the swim team. He was a six-time All-American, NCAA finalist and an American Record holder in the 200 Medley Relay. Jim started his coaching career at Dynamo Swim Club in Atlanta, Georgia and worked his way from an age group coach to a national level senior coach,

where he had his first Junior National qualifier and his first National Junior Team member. Dynamo gave Jim the opportunity to develop dozens of national-level athletes and, in his last two seasons with the club, the team won the 18& Under National Club Championships. After leaving Dynamo, Jim and his wife moved to the Santa Barbara area where he took over a small team. The team quickly grew to over 150 athletes. It was here that Jim learned about how to run a business and how to develop a winning coaching staff and team. After his stint in California, he was offered an assistant coaching job at the University of Tennessee, where he worked with IM and 200 specialist athletes. Jim produced numerous Southeastern Conference finalists and NCAA qualifiers. During his fourth year at UT, he was named the Head Coach of Pilot Aquatics (now Tennessee Aquatics). Pilot was a National Club Excellence Gold Medal team and consistently produced national-level athletes. In his five years at Pilot, the club had one swimmer named to the National Junior World team (where he broke two World Junior Records), four swimmers selected to attend the National Select Camp, three swimmers selected to attend the National Open Water Select Camp and dozens of Scholastic All-Americans. They also had six swimmers earn “All Time Top 100” standards, three of which were in the men’s 400 freestyle. Having been away for so long and wanting to be closer to family, Jim and his wife moved to the DC area, where he took a job with SNOW Swimming. He took on this new challenge because it gave him the opportunity to work with age group kids again. The team consistently progressed each year, moving from a Senior Sectional level program to a National Club Excellence Silver Medal club. His younger swimmers broke dozens of team records and had fun training together. He enjoyed seeing the progress of each level of athlete, from his 8 & Unders to all the swimmers, he helped earn college scholarships. He is excited for his next opportunity with NCAP Claude Moore!