The Plymouth Gators 2017 season is here!
Want to have the time of your life this summer? Whether you live in Conshohocken, Plymouth, Lafayette Hill, Blue Bell, East and West Norriton, Whitpain, Norristown, Roxborough, Chestnut Hill, or other area neighborhoods, the Plymouth Swim Club is an easy to reach location with a dynamic swim team program for beginners and experienced swimmers alike.
Plymouth Gators swim team is part of the Suburban Swim League. The purpose of the program is to develop skills in the spirit of competition, swimming, teaching good sportsmanship, and providing a means of self-expression for those participating. Swimmers 18 and under compete in dual, tri and championship outdoor swim meets during the months of June and July. Although we love to race, our team does more than just swim laps — we are all about having fun! Highlights of the 2016 season included tie-dying team t-shirts, a pancake breakfast, car wash, family spaghetti dinner and more!
The Gators are always happy to welcome new swimmers to the team. Participation is open to any child or youth able to swim one length of the pool in any stroke. A Plymouth Swim Club Membership or Associate Membership is required of all team participants. Meet-only registration for swimmers participating in year-round training programs is also available, contact us for more information on this option. Please check back soon for updated and further information on spring warm-ups and joining the team.
Contact Sally Leathersich at 610-572-2600 or Christy Weikel at 610-247-8070 or at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. We also have a Facebook Page – please like us on Facebook to get up-to-date news and information on the team year-round – https://www.facebook.com/pages/Plymouth-Swim-Club-Gators-Swim-Team/922742861111631
PSC Gators Practice and Event Calendar
schedule subject to change – check regularly
Varsity CoachAnnouncing the addition of Dave Boyer to the Plymouth Gators coaching staff! Dave was born and raised in Seattle, Washington. His mom got him into swim lessons when he was six months old and after just a couple of months of learning she says that he could swim further than he could walk. He grew up swimming for the local summer league and swam year-round starting in high school. Like many swimmers who love the sport for its own sake, Dave didn’t set pool or team records but his personal best times improved every week. While he was in the Navy he swam for pleasure and exercise and when he was stationed in South Carolina he joined the Parris Island Masters team. Dave is a USA Swimming Coach and has been coaching area teams for five years. Outside of the summer season, Dave is the head coach for the PWAC girls team.
Junior Varsity Coach
Coach Nicole Martorella has been an Assistant Coach at PSC for three years. Renowned by our swimmers for her motivational quotes, the kids love her and she loves them back!
Nicole is a graduate of Norristown Area High School, currently completing her junior year of college at Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania majoring in Exercise Science. Nicole started swimming at age 8, she swam for PSC from age 9-14, and 18 as a senior.
Athletic accomplishments include:
- PIAA State Championship qualifier in 100 breaststroke
- Norristown Area High School record holder in the 100 yard and 100 meter breaststroke
- All Conference First Team for 3 years straight in 100 breaststroke in high school
- Currently ranked 2nd and 3rd in Shippensburg school history in the 100 and 200 breast, respectively
- Highest finish at the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference swim meet was achieved in 2016 – 5th in the 100 breast
- Nationally ranked weightlifter
Coach Matt is completing his freshman year at Bloomsburg University, majoring in exercise science. Matt has been swimming for 11 years — as a Gator since he was 6 years old! Matt has been an Assistant Coach at Plymouth for two years. His style is a great combination of fun and athleticism that inspires our younger swimmers.
Matt was on his high school Varsity team all four years where his 400 freestyle relay qualified for districts. He was awarded the senior boys high point award two years in a row for PSC. Specializing in sprint freestyle and butterfly, Matt has represented PSC at A Champs.