Head swim coach Stephanie Davis in her 1st year as head coach of PSDT.
Dive Coach Daniel Fecteau is returning to PSDT for a 3rd season. He is from Olathe, Kansas and is diving for the University of Louisville. As a member of iDiveKC under Coach Christian Zarif, Fecteau took home Kansas High School State Championships in both 2013, 2014, 2015 on the 1m Springboard. He was an Eastern Kansas League Champion in 2014 and 2015. He also qualified for Nationals at Regionals in Southlake, Texas. His best scores in the 1-meter springboard is 378.45 (6-dive) and 553.65 (11-dive). He was also a state qualifier in the pole vault.
Assistant coach Abby is excited to be back at Plainview as a PSDT Alumna where she swam from the ages of five until 18 and is a Matt Pierce Spirit Award winner! Abby is a former USA swimmer with Tritons Swimming and Cardinal Aquatics who also swam for Eastern High School and Florida Southern College in Lakeland, Florida. Abby is looking forward to a fun summer of hard work and fast swimming and is so glad to be a part of the PSDT family again!
Assistant Coach Audrey Hixenbaugh. Audrey swam for Plainview for 8 years, starting at age 11, for Cardinal Aquatics for 7 years and Ballard HS for 3 years where she was a part of the regional and state teams, holding several school records. She just finished her sophomore year at Bellarmine University, majoring in Nursing, and is a member of the Bellarmine Swim Team and competes in the 100 free, 200 free, 500 free and occasionally the 1000 free. When not studying, coaching and swimming for school Audrey enjoys kayaking, hiking, babysitting, and spending time with family and friends.
Michaela Sliney will be returning as our Asst. Dive Coach. Michaela hails from Havenville, MA and is a NCAA Diver for UofL.
Assistant coach Connor Clare is a Shelbyville resident where he has coached the Shelbyville Stingrays for the past 2 years, winning the Summer Fun League Championship each year. He has been swimming for 6 years, swimming for Martha Layne Collins HS freshman-senior years where he competed at the KHSAA State Meet 3 of those 4 years. He also swam for Lakeside Swim Team his junior & senior years. Connor has just finished his second year at Bellarmine University where he is majoring in Exercise Science, and is a member of the Men’s Swim Team, competing in the 200 butterfly, 200 breaststroke, and the 200 & 400 IM’s. When not studying or swimming, Connor enjoys being outdoors or taking trips to the Lake with family and friends.