The Nation's Capital Swim Club
9100 Freedom Center Blvd.
Manassas, VA 20111
Our Competitive team swims year round September - July. A tryout is required before registration. Please contact the appropriate Coach below for more information about their group.
Developmental Stroke School
Developmental Stroke School
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.
2020 - 2021 season
Originally from Moline, IL Bryce started swimming at the age of 7. He swam for Moline High School and Moline Blue Marlins growing up. After high school, Bryce was recruited to swim for Lincoln College where he was a 3x NCAA Champion and National Record Holder. After 2 years at Lincoln,
Bryce attended West Virginia University where he qualified for the 2012
Olympic Trials. In addition, Bryce was a 2x NCAA All American placing 5th
in both the 100 & 200 Backstroke his senior season. During that year Bryce was the Big XII Conference Champion in the 100 Backstroke and named the 2014 BIG XII Swimmer of the Year. Bryce excelled post-college in the pool qualifying for the 2016 and 2021 Olympic Trials and was a multi-time National finalist.
Prior to NCAP, Bryce spent 4 seasons as lead Senior Coach at Longhorn
Aquatics in Austin, Texas. While at WVU Bryce was the assistant Senior
Coach at Club Mountaineer Aquatics and graduated with a Master's degree
in Athletic Coaching Education. Bryce lives in Centreville, VA with his wife
Lia and dog Ruby.
Nicole Linn is a former elementary teacher of 12 years and has been coaching for 13 years, 8 with NCAP. Nicole grew up in sunny South Florida where she swam competitively. She attended Florida Atlantic University and graduated with a degree in Elementary Education in 2007. After graduating, she moved to the middle of the state where she taught Kindergarten and Second grade and began coaching both a high school team and a year-round competitive team. Nicole then moved to the Florida Keys, where she got her Montessori and Special Education teaching certifications and taught 2nd and 3rd grade Montessori, as well as a year of middle school. She began swimming with the Master's Swim Team in Islamorada, FL, and found a passion for open water swimming. Nicole moved to Northern Virginia in 2014 and began teaching first grade and coaching with NCAP! Nicole now coaches full-time with NCAP, coaching the Bronze 2, Bronze 3, and Developmental groups, and is head of the administration for the WEST site, which includes Freedom Center, Vint Hill, and the WARF.
Nicole works hard to build confidence in young athletes and to provide them with the tools and skills to help them become successful both in and out of the pool. She believes in creating a positive environment so that young athletes are able to learn as much as possible, have fun, and take risks while achieving their goals.
Age Group Assistant
Jeremiah Johnson joined NCAP in 2018, but has been coaching swimming since 2012 when the school’s principal found out he had swam in high school. He began coaching in North Carolina where he assisted the current coach who was retiring from coaching. In his third year, second as a head coach, Jeremiah won a Conference title in NC, giving the high school their second title in 17 years. Jeremiah also was named the 3A Coastal Conference Men’s Coach of the Year, also being named the Sun Journal’s Coach of the Year; both in 2014-15 before making the move to Virginia. He has been currently assisting with the coaching of the Osbourn Eagle Swim Team since 2015, where he teaches. He is married to his wife Brandy and has been able to pass along his love for the water to his youngest of 5 girls, Madison and Jai. Jeremiah coached summer swim during the 2016 Summer season as a coach for the Wellington Dolphins. He then took his girls to be coached by Coach Mark at Bridlewood where he has been helping out on the pool deck during the Saturday morning meets as an official at the same time as getting to watch his girls swim. He is extremely excited to be part of a team that will continue to spread the love of swimming with a staff that loves swimming as much as he does.