Allison Kunerth, Swim Coach

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Allison has always loved swimming and grew up doing age group swimming through middle school, then joined club swimming during college. Fun fact, Allison used to swim with Coach Zach in age group swimming as a kid, and even carpooled to practice! She became a member of various masters swim teams as she moved across

Andrea Finlay, Swim Coach

Andrea started swimming with water wings as a little kid before graduating to competitive swimming at age 8. She grew up swimming for Sunnyvale Swim Club and De Anza Cupertino Aquatics. After a long break from competitive swimming, she returned to pool while in graduate school on the east coast and joined Tsunami in 2011

Camille Gulick, Swim Coach

Swimming was Camille’s first sport as she started lessons at age five and soon joined a competitive team. As she moved through school, Camille participated in several other sports, but swimming developed into her passion and others sports fell by the wayside. She was a captain of the school swim team, started working as a

Casey Cheung, Swim Coach

While in college and grad school, Casey stepped away from competition temporarily but continued swimming for fitness. He took what he learned from structured practices in the past to devise his own sets and workouts. All along, he knew he wanted to get back into swimming competitively and with a team. Casey found that team

Dave Froehlich, Swim Coach

Dave began his swimming career in the six-and-under age group on the Willow Oaks Swim Team while growing up in Hampton, Virginia. After a few years on the summer team, he began swimming on PAST, a year round competitive team and began competing in meets with other area teams. Upon moving to California at age

Jamieson Prevoznak, Swim Coach

My name is Jamieson Prevoznak and I am excited to be a part of San Francisco Tsunami.  I have extensive swim coach experience in both Masters and youth swimming but I greatly enjoy coaching adults of all levels and goals.  I am a level III US Masters Swim Coach and level II American Swim Coach

Laura Mosca, Swim Head Coach

When Laura is not at the pool, she has a full time day job as the Marketing Lead at Method (not the soap company), headquartered in San Francisco. Her background includes a BA in Political Science from Brown University and a Masters in Architecture from California College of the Arts. Laura loves to swim, and has

Paul Frentsos, Swim Coach

Paul hails from Ohio and comes from a family of swimmers. Five of the family’s six boys swam in college, and Paul has been swimming competitively since the age of 6. He was a scholarship swimmer for four years at the University of Missouri-Columbia, where he swam the 200IM, 400IM, and 200 Butterfly. Paul has

Steve Martel, Swim Coach

Steve had to trick his parents into letting him swim. “My older sister wanted to try-out for the high school swim team and the coach suggested she do some training over the summer. My mom worked at a University where there was a club team, so she picked us up from school one day and

Zack Ponchene, Swim Coach

Zack  has been coaching for several years and a swimmer since the age of 8. He most recently was the Head Coach at Walla Walla Swim Club in Southeastern Washington, where he coached several Sectional qualifiers and Junior National qualifiers. As a swimmer, Zack was a Sectional finalist, Junior National finalist, and 4-Time High School

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