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Rosenkranz is finishing her fourth year at U of R after coaching at Hartwick College. During her career she earned 11 All-America honors at Emory University and achieved 2 Honorable Mentions. In a three-year career at Emory (2011-2013), she was a member of four national championship winning relays (twice in the 200 free relay, twice in the 400 free relay). Emory won three national championship team titles during Rosenkranz’s career and still owns a DIII national record in the 400 relay. She works directly with sprinters and breaststokers.
“This camp is designed to enhance technical knowledge and training opportunities; preparing age group/senior level athletes to excel as prospective college athletes. My daily lectures will give our campers a unique perspective into elite level swimming within all aspects of the sport, college recruiting, nutrition, race planning and meet preparation”
Wylam finishes her fourth year as head coach at University of Rochester after serving as an Associate Head Coach for Case Western Reserve for 4 years and assistant for 2 years at the University of the Pacific. She has coached high caliber athletes to 51 school records, two UAA individual champions, 35 All-UAA performers (finishing third or higher in an event), 60 NCAA provisional qualifiers, three NCAA qualifiers, and five All-Americans. She served as an age group coach from 2005 - 2010 with Coast Guard Blue Dolphins in Yorktown, VA and Tiger Aquatics in Stockton, CA. Wylam has coached club athletes ranging from junior olympic to senior national standards.
She graduated from Ohio University in 2008, where she finished her collegiate career as a four-time Mid-American Conference champion in the 100-yard and 200-yard backstroke. She set a MAC record in 100 Backstroke in 2006. Wylam is a certified strength and conditioning coach, and oversees all coaching aspects within the program.
Dwyer is finishing his first year at U of R after serving as coach of the Longmeadow High School Swimming program, where he lead the boys team to the top spot in the Western Massachusetts division. Dwyer, a Maine native, swam for The University of Maine Black Bears during his four years of college, captaining the men's squad his senior year.
Rochester Swim Camp
Goergen Athletic Center
Rochester, NY 14627