Briana "Bri" Savage is an accomplished athlete. She swam competitively for Washington & Jefferson College (W&J), the Worthington Swim Club, and Worthington Kilbourne High School. In college Bri played defense on the Field Hockey team and specialized in the distance events (500-, 1000-, 1650-yards) on the W&J Swim Team. She has extensive coaching experience including the Worthington Wave, Swim Force, and is presently an Assistant Coach for the Pickerington North and Central Swim Teams. She also worked with young swimmers teaching swim lessons at Goldfish Swim School.
Bri earned her B.A. from W&J College and a Master of Education from The Ohio State University. She taught English in France and is now a French teacher at Pickerington Central High School.
Sheri swam competitively for Bishop Hartley Hawks and Livmoor Sea Kings swim teams. She has been coaching the Tiger Sharks for 9 years. Sheri's favorite stroke is the backstroke.Sheri is the Pre-School Director at the All Saints Academy where she also coached basketball and volleyball. Sheri's daughter swims for the Tiger Sharks. GO ABBY!
Jill swam competitively for the Tiger Sharks swim team from a young age and also swam varsity all four years of high school. She graduated from Bishop Hartley in 2016 and was a swim team captain her senior year. Jill is also a coach for the Cap City Swim Club and the Green Wave Swim Team. Her favorite events are the 50 free, 100 free, 50 butterfly, and 100 butterfly. Her sister also swims for the Tiger Sharks! GO ABBY!
is a 2017 graduate of Pickerington High School Central, where she was a
four-year letter winner on the swim team. She was team captain her
Delaney has been a Tiger Shark almost her whole life; she also swam for GCSTO. Last summer she enjoyed coaching the 6 & under swimmers and is looking forward to another great season devoted to swimming and coaching. As a head lifeguard at the pool, Delaney will be easy to find this summer! In the fall, she plans to attend John Carroll University and major in early childhood education. Go Tiger Sharks!!