Rob Jackson has been swimming on a competitive year round basis since he was ten years old. After spending his first year with the Mariemont Aquatic Club, he joined Cincinnati Aquatic Club and was coached by Keven Rachel and Benson Spurling through the age of eighteen. After graduating from Turpin High School in 2006, he went to Miami University where he swam four years of varsity under Coach Pete Lindsay. During his fifth year at Miami, he became the team Manager, which included coaching among other responsibilities. In addition to swimming and competing, he's also been a lifeguard and a swim lesson instructor. He is very excited to be coaching the UC Masters team and he will also participate with the team in meets.
Todd Radel graduated from Wright State University in 1996 with a degree in Accounting. While at WSU, he swam for four years and was an All American Breaststroker who won several Conference Titles and achieved Olympic Trial standard times in the Summer of 1992. He's excited to show that people over 40 can still be amazing athletes and wants to help other adult athletes/swimmers get better and achieve their own personal goals. He also competes in volleyball, tennis, and 5k runs and lives in Western Hills with three dogs.
Cailee Caldwell began competitive swimming at age 8, continued through college, and currently races with the UC Master's team. As an undergrad at the University of Rochester she was a 3-year captain while helping to set three school records. Although her swimming focus was in mid-distance freestyle, she competed in every event during her college career. She has over five years experience teaching swim lessons and coaching. She has also helped run several swim clinics in a variety of topics from age group swimming to technique for triathletes.
Alan Wight has been a competitive swimmer since the age of 12. In high school he swam for the USS club team Sycamore Flying Fish and the Sycamore Aviators. At the collegiate level he joined the Ohio Bobcats and swam under Greg Werner for four years. Alan began his coaching career with the Sycamore Flying Fish in 1999, and was mentored by Dave Lienesch and Mark Sullivan. He coached with the Flying Fish during his college summers and upon returning to Cincinnati took up coaching full time as the Sycamore High School assistant coach and the bronze tgroup coach for the Flying Fish. During this time he had the opportunity to learn from Dan Carl. From 2006 to 2012 Alan coached the University of Cincinnati Masters team. After a brief hiatus, he has returned as a part time coach. In addition to coaching, Alan competes as a member of the team.
Brandon Williams is a fourth year student at the University of Cincinnati studying History. He swam for the Mason Manta-Rays where he was part of the National Team. Brandon swam for Loveland High School, and in 2010 he was the State Champion in the 50 freestyle. He also competed in the 100 free, 200 medley relay, and 200 freestyle relay at state finals. He swam one year at Michigan State University before transferring to the University of Cincinnati in 2011. He is currently coaching the Bronze Group for the Cincinnati Marlins in the East location.