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  Meet our 2019 Springlake Piranha Coaching Staff!

SPL 2019 coaching staff

Head Coach: Solomon Sniad
 
This will be Solomon's second year as the head coach of the Piranhas.  Solomon has been a swim coach since 2009.  He has spent the last 10 years working with the North Baltimore Aquatic Center (NBAC) age group program which ranges from 5-14 years old.  He has also taught swim lessons since 2007 for all ages and abilities.  His passion for working with children shows from sports camp counselor, to the pool deck, and even inside the classroom, where he is a kindergarten teacher.  His goal is to guide them to become better athletes and outstanding individuals.  

Assistant Coach: Kyanna Cadwallader 
Coach Kyanna

Kyanna will return for her second year as an assistant coach for the PIranhas.  She grew up swimming in Florida and moved to Maryland to swim at Goucher College.  She recently graduated from college and is currently an age group coach at NBAC as well.  She has coached summer league teams in Florida since she was 15 and has taught private lessons at Goucher College to adults and children alike including water safety, basic swimming skills, and stroke technique.

Assistant Coach: Abby McKenna
  

Abby is a graduating senior from Baltimore Polytechnic Institute and will attend the University of Maryland in the fall with a Banneker Key scholarship.  She plans to major in biomedical engineering.  Abby has been swimming with NBAC since the age of 8 and is coaching this summer for her second year as a coach, and first as a Piranha coach! We are excited to welcome Abby to our team! 

Assistant Coach: Ryan Miller
Ryan is also an avid swimmer who is passionate about coaching young, aspiring swimmers.  He is currently a student at the University of South Carolina as a Sport and Entertainment Management major and in his fourth year of coaching - first year as a Piranha coach! He also has prior coaching experience at NBAC and is looking forward to his first summer as part of our community!