Hello! My name is Jennifer Vieni and I am so excited to be a part of the Atlee Gators family as your head coach for this summer! I have been a swimmer since I was 7 years old. I grew up swimming for the Old Church Otters, swam year-around for Poseidon Hanover, formerly known as “BAC,” and continued swimming throughout college for the JMU Swim and Dive team. I am completing the five-year Master’s program through JMU to become an elementary school teacher and will be graduating this May, and will hopefully be working in or around the area this upcoming school year. If I’m not swimming or teaching students, I am most likely crafting, reading, at the beach, or watching HGTV. I am looking forward to meeting everyone, and I can’t wait for an awesome and memorable summer!

Hi everyone! My name is Amy Adelstein and this is my second season as an assistant coach for Atlee. I am currently a junior at James Madison University and I am studying nursing. I have previously swam for the gators for 12 years. I also swam for Burkwood Aquatic Club year round for 6 years and swam for Atlee High School for 4 years. When I was a competitive swimmer, I was a distance swimmer and loved the 1,000 freestyle. Outside of the pool I enjoy hiking, cheering on the JMU Dukes, and eating lots of ice cream. I’m looking forward to another great season!

Hi! My name is Jeremy Edwards and I will be going into my senior year at Old Dominion University. Both of my parents are swim coaches so I have been around the pool my entire life. I first started swimming for the Dolphin Club when I was 5 years old. I also swam for Poseidon Hanover which is formerly known as BAC. I swam there for 11 years and during that time my mom (Bridget Burkot) was my coach. I then continued my swimming career into college, swimming for the ODU Monarch’s. If I am not at the pool, odds are that you can most likely find me working out in a gym, playing video games, playing disc golf or hanging out with my friends. I can’t wait for the summer to start and to meet everyone!

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