Coach Schaefer has been with the Sun Devils since the summer of 2000. In his 19 years the accolades are strong as they stem from Washington Post and Montgomery Gazette Coach of the Year to Division E titles, but the element where he hangs his hat is the one win in Division A during the summer of 2017. He has seen over 2000 swimmers and divers go through the CG system and treats all of his athletes and parents as his own family. Geoff teaches English at Walt Whitman High in Bethesda and recently retired from coaching high school swimming and volleyball so he could raise his two daughters better. He looks forward to the Saturday morning theme execution, Friday night pep rallies and the B meets that take less than two hours! PASL for life!!!
Jordan has been a proud Sun Devil since 2008, when he joined the team at the age of 6. Throughout Jordan’s career at Country Glen, he received Coaches Award, won team high point three times, and has been a regular participant in the Coaches Long Course and All-Star meets. Outside of Country Glen, Jordan is a rising sophomore on Georgetown University’s swim team, majoring in Government and Economics. A recent graduate from Bullis High School, Jordan holds 5 team records in 100 breaststroke, 100 butterfly, 400 freestyle relay, 200 freestyle relay, and the 200 medley relay. Jordan also holds the MCSL 200 Medley Record and additionally, he has the Country Glen 15-18 100 Breaststroke record. Jordan will be returning for his fourth year as a swim coach and his 14th and final year as a swimmer (thanks to COVID!) and he cannot wait for another Country Glen season full of amazing themes, fast swimming, and the most important thing: fun.
Rachel has been swimming with Country Glen since 2015, and with MCSL since 2009. She is a rising sophmore at the University of Florida, studying Computer Science. She began coaching in 2016 with Joe Flaherty’s Dolphins, and has been volunteering with the CG team for five years. This is Rachel’s fourth year as a coach for Country Glen.
Robert has been diving at Country Glen since he was 10 years old. He has competed in multiple All-Star meets and graduated as a member of the Country Glen Diving Hall of Fame. Robert now competes D1 for West Point and is looking forward to starting his junior year. His favorite dive is a front 3 1/2 somersaults. In his free time, Robert enjoys hiking, weight lifting, and Netflix.