Coach Scott

Coach Scott came to Summit Swimming after coaching with Gwinnett Aquatics as an Age Group Coach and as Assistant and Head Coach for the Gwinnett YMCA Blue Dolphins. Additionally, Coach Scott was the Head Coach of the Snellville Supersonic Eels of the Gwinnett County Swim League. He recently retired from GCSL where he coached  his 19th, and final, season in the league, most recently with the Waterton Waverunners.
 
He is an ASCA Level II (American Swim Coaches Association) coach and Red Cross Lifeguard and Lifeguard Instructor.
 
When he is not coaching, he enjoys biking, working on cars, and the pursuit of the perfect BBQ.  
 

Coach Mason

Coach Mason started swimming competitively in 2004.  Mason swam at Grayson High School where he holds multiple individual school records, was team captain, multiple-year outstanding team swimmer and was named Grayson High School’s outstanding senior athlete. Outside of high school swimming, Mason was a Georgia State Champion as an age group swimmer, Georgia Zone Team member and in his final senior swim season won Short Course Senior State making his junior national cuts while doing so.

He went on to swim for Drury University but stopped to focus on his academics. After transferring to Georgia State, Mason graduated with a bachelor’s in accounting. 

Mason began coaching swimming during high school with his GCSL summer league teams at Snellville and Waterton and has also coached gymnastics and urban gymnastics, while also pursuing a growing interest in triathlons. This has all combined to instill a real passion for fitness and wellness that he is excited to bring along with his swimming experience to Summit Swimming.

Coach Meagan

Maegan’s swim career started in the summer of 1999 on the Snellville SuperSonics. She swam with Swim Atlanta from 1999 until 2005. Near the end of her four years of high school swimming at South Gwinnett, Maegan suffered an injury that prevented her continuation in competitive swimming. She went on to graduate from Georgia Southern University in 2009 with a BS in general studies and a Minor in Child and Family Development & Child Psychology. She graduated from Mercer University in 2014 with a BS in Birth through Five Education with a Special Needs Accreditation. 

 

Maegan has taught swim lessons for more than five years, and served as Assistant Coach for the Snellville SuperSonics for three years. She is thrilled to see and feel the love of swimming through children each day, a gift she considers amazing. When she isn’t at the pool, she is with her two children who are the center of her world. 

 

Coach Humphrey

Summit Swimming's founding coach, Humphrey Fraser, was a member of a Schleuter Stroke Award winning staff. He is a former Dynamo and Gwinnett Aquatics coach. During his coaching career Humphrey has coached many county, state and high school champions. He has also coached Age Group Region, Senior Region Qualifiers, Junior National Qualifiers, Senior National, World Championship and Olympic Trial Qualifiers. Humphrey has a Bachelors of Science Degree in Education, a Masters Degree in Technology and an Ed.Specialist degree in Technology Leadership and his UD.D in Teacher Leadership. He taught for many years in the Gwinnett County School System as a Physical Education Instructor.

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