Hey everyone! My name is Logan Kimmell and I am thrilled to be Sully’s Head Coach for the 2022 season! I’m 19 years old and I grew up at the Sully Station pool. I attended Westfield High School and swam there for four years. I now attend Virginia Tech, where I swim for the club team, and I will be going into my junior year of college where I am double majoring in Psychology and Business.
I was a swimmer for sully from ages 5-18 and I can hardly believe that I am now the Head Coach. I loved competing as a swimmer, but now I look forward to competing as a coach with all of the swimmers on the team. Swimming for Sully Station was the thing I looked forward to most going into each and every summer and I hope I can instill the same amount of excitement into every family this upcoming season!
My goal this season is to make the meet environments more exciting and to encourage more cheering for our swimmers when they are competing; regardless if the meet is an A-meet or a B-meet. My practices will attempt to be more tailor made for swimmers and aim to focus on the stroke progression and advancement of each swimmer. In order to achieve this, having coaches in the water walking through the strokes with the swimmers will be extremely helpful and will be something we will implement in all age groups if needed. I hope to help make this summer a fun, fast, and safe environment for everyone. I can hardly wait to get going, GO SULLY!!!
Parker Brooks - Assistant Coach
I’m Parker Brooks and will be one of the assistant coaches for Sully’s 2022 Swim Season. I have been a swimmer at Sully Station for 10 years and am excited that my 11th season will be as a Coach. I am a rising Senior at Westfield High School and have been swimming for the high school team. I also swim for the Mason Mako’s, a club swim team and have been swimming for that team 10 years. I am beyond excited to have the opportunity to coach for Sully this year! My friends on this team are like family and I want to make sure that every swimmer will love their summer of swimming. The Sully Coaches have been role models to me both as a swimmer and as a member of this team. I want to be a role model as well and will work hard to make every member of this team feel included and valued, regardless of skill level. My goal is to continue the tradition of creating a family and friendships, inspiring swimmers to enjoy practices and find a passion for swimming. I am so very happy to be a Coach this year and can’t wait for the season to begin. GO SULLY!
Tyler Whitacre - Assistant Coach
My name is Tyler Whitacre and I will be a rising Junior at Westfield this fall. I started swimming with Sully when I was 5 in the mini stars program and have been in love with the water ever since. Outside of summer swim, I swim for Machine Aquatics on the National team year round and for Westfield high school. One of my favorite memories while being apart of Sully would have to be getting to swim the Mixed age relay with my younger brother last year. I look forward to meeting everybody this summer and watching all the kids grow in and out of the water.