Amy Robillard and Nat Tracey-Miller Named Head Coaches for THE VARSITY Swim Team at Country Day
Cincinnati Country Day School Athletic Department is excited to announce Amy Robillard and Nat Tracey-Miller will serve as the head coaches of the varsity swimming program.
Coach Robillard and Tracey-Miller bring an energy and passion to their positions as they coach the team who will swim in the school's new Levinson pool in the Leonard Family Athletic Center. The coaching staff is excited to build on a tradition of excellence and a legacy of state champions: Darryl Baker, Brad Bobbitt, Derek Scheer, David Osterhus, Karl Scheer, and Allie Wooden.
Amy Robillard has been on the Country Day coaching staff for the last two years. A veteran of club swimming and a former college swimmer, Amy shared, "Swimming has been a part of my life since I dove in for my first summer league race when I was five. I never looked back and pursued competitive swimming through my college years at the University of Arizona. After graduating, I knew I was not done with swimming, so coaching was a natural progression. I have coached all age groups and abilities and have gained an even deeper passion for the sport. I am excited for what is to come with the CCDS swim team this season and for seasons to come."
Nat Tracey Miller '05 has coached the CCDS varsity swimming program for three seasons. He is the upper and middle school librarian and also coaches the varsity cross country and junior varsity tennis teams. A Country Day alumnus, he is excited to guide the team in its new era in the Leonard Family Athletic Center.
Country Day will open its season on November 27 with a home meet versus Wyoming and will host the Miami Valley Conference championships at the Leonard Family Athletic Center on Saturday, February 2.