The Warriors are a summer swim team comprised of members from Wiltondale Pool between the ages of 4-18. The team is part of the Freestate Swim League that competes against other area swim teams on Monday and Wednesday evenings. The Wiltondale Warriors are coached by Devin Kirby and Alison Mingo.
We are excited for another year of swim team with the Wiltondale Warriors! Summer swim team focuses on FUN and team building and is a great way for kids to compete against other area pools without the pressure of a year-round swim league. Children are encouraged to participate in the meets, but not required. Swimmers of all ages are welcome to join!
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See the Wiltondale Warriors in Action!
Swim Team Schedule – 2018 Season Dates
Meet Our Coaches
— Head Coach, Wiltondale Warriors
Devin began his competitive swimming career at age 12 in South New Jersey swimming for the Sturbridge Woods swim team. He quickly took to the sport and joined a year round team at the age of 13 and his high school team when he was of age. Devin went to YMCA National’s twice and New Jersey states twice during his high school career. He continued his swimming career with Towson University Men’s Swimming and Diving Team. There he swam for four years setting records, and earning CAA swimmer of the week in 2009 and 2010 for his contributions to the team in both the 50 and 100 Freestyle events. Devin has also spent four years as Head Coach for the Sturbridge Woods Summer Swim Team in NJ, 2 years coaching a stroke clinic for NBAC and coached with Merriitt athletic club for the last two years to date. He was the first head coach of the Wiltondale swim team where he’s served as Head Coach for the last two years. Devin is excited to see what the future holds for his fast growing Wiltondale Warriors swim team.
— Assistant Coach, Wiltondale Warriors
Coach Alison is a Wiltondale resident and mom to three swimmers. She grew up swimming year-round in Florida, competing in US Swimming and high school meets. She continues to swim recreationally as part of her exercise routine so that she can participate in triathlons. Her positive experiences with swimming drove her support of the Wiltondale Warriors Swim Team and her devotion to being a part of its inception and growth. Coach Alison’s strengths as a coach lie in her encouragement of her swimmers and in her technical background. She believes that the most important aspect of being a part of a swimming team is the life lessons it imparts: set goals and work hard to achieve them, celebrate success and learn from failure, be supportive of everyone’s efforts, and HAVE FUN!