By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications
“You learn more from swimming because of the work you have to put it into it,” says Dean Owens, Scecina’s first-year swim coach.
Owens, who swam competitively, loves the lessons that swimming teaches. His plan is not really to win meets; instead, it’s to challenge the young people as individuals to deal with adversity and learn to be resilient in life as well as in the pool. For that reason, he has them swim events outside their comfort zone.
“I always challenge the kids to do (a swimming event) they’re not good at,” he said. ... Read More