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Coach Chas Koenig

Head Coach

The Meadowbrook Marlins Swim Team team wouldn’t be where it is today if it weren’t for Coach Chas who oversees our strategy and advises on the best course of action.

Coach Chas is set to graduate from Heritage High School in 2019. He originally learned how to swim on the Meadowbrook swim team as a kid. He played soccer, football, and currently swims for the Heritage Patriots. He went to state for swim both his sophomore and senior years. In addition, Chas is a member of the Heritage football team, where Chas was named kicker of the year twice in the Rockdale Citizen! 

Coach Gabe Kustick

Assistant Coach


After years of swimming at the Meadowbrook pool and being on swim team, I decided I could spend time teaching the younger generations how to swim. For around 4 years I have taught swimming so I know my stuff. My interests include tv, anime, working on tv shows, animals, swimming, reading, taming my red fro, and sleeping.

Coach Drew Adriana "Drew" Guadagno

Assistant Coach

Coach Drew has excellent skills with the beginners and younger swimmers. She does an exceptional job teaching the basic and motivating the swimmers to do their best.  She has swimmers as young as 5 years old.

Coach Zora Duncan

Assistant Coach

Coach Zora is a 16 year old graduating senior at the Rockdale Magnet School for Science and Technology. With plans to attend a four year university next year, she is a certified Lifeguard and also holds her CPR/AED certification. Zora is motivated by her love for teaching, and more importantly, for swimming and helping others become passionate about it as well.

Logan Scott

Assistant Coach

Logan Scott currently attends Heritage High School and has been a part of the Meadowbrook Marlins swim team since she was 9 years old.  She has junior coaching experience with Meadowbrook Marlins and is a member of the Heritage High School Swim Team. She has earned two varsity letters and her relay team has made state record time for the past two years. In addition to being on the swim team, she is a member of the JROTC program, which has provided her with leadership skills, the ability to encourage others, and strive to do her best in any task.