Coach Aidan was a competitive USA swimmer for 15 years. She began her club swimming career at the age of 5 on AVA swim club, by age 10, she had moved club teams to swim with Oasis. During her high school years, she came to swim with Frog Aquatics. Aidan swam under the head coach Mike for a few years as a club swimmer. She also swam with the Paraclete High School team, and even swam a year at Lake Forest College. She was an A-finalist at the NCAA MidWest Conference Championships.
Coach Aidan began coaching when she was 17. Her coaching experience comes from being a head coach with the LA County Lane Pool Novice Swim Team for the past 6 summers. She has assisted on deck with Frogs for several summers, and has also gained experience working with an Illinois club team, The Mighty Ducks.
“Swimming has been apart of my life for as long as I can remember. I hope to be the coach that tailors to each of my swimmer’s goals. Swimming is a mental sport, and I aim to develop strong, disciplined swimmers who have a passion for the sport.”
MIKE TIMPERIO “Coach Mike” began swimming competitively at age ten with the Aqua Colts. Mike continued his swimming in High School. He continued his love of the sport throughout his career in the U.S. Marines. “Swimming is part of who I am, it gave me direction as a child and I hope to offer the same to other kids”. Mike's experience in swimming in his youth is what still inspires him to offer other children the same opportunities.
Mike started the Frog Aquatics swim team in 2006. His goal was to provide a safe haven for kids to discover their athletic talents in an encouraging and supportive environment.
Mike’s goals are for the children to learn and develop their swimming technique, commitment, and self-confidence. Mike creates an atmosphere where the students continuously improve and learn through structured practice with consistent feedback so they can not only set goals but achieve their goals.
Many of Mike’s students have gone on to receive scholarships for their swimming ability.
Brian Reed is in his 5th year as Head Coach for Frogs Aquatic Team, and his 21st year of coaching. Brian Reed graduated from Santa Maria High School, where he was on the water polo and swim teams. Brian Reed was selected to the 1st Team All-League teams in Water Polo and Swimming for freestlye sprints. The water polo program was extremely successful during the time Brian Reed was apart of the program; 3X League Champions and 1990 CIF semi-finals, 1991 CIF champions, 1992 second round CIF and 1993 CIF quarter-finals. Brian Reed was also a three time CIF sprint swimmer. Brian Reed earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education from The Master’s College in Santa Clarita and a Master’s Degree in Education-Physical Education from Azusa Pacific University.
During his time coaching, Frogs Aquatics has seen a steady growth in the team numbers. Coach Reed has coached swimmers in meets ranging from Blue-Red-White, WinterAgeGroup Championships, JuneAgeGroup Championships, Summer and Spring Junior Olympics and California/Neveda Sectional meets. Coach Reed is currently certified as a Level 2 USA Swimming Coach and is a member of ASCA (American Swimming Coaches Association)
Brian Reed began coaching High School Swimming in 1998 at Santa Maria High School, following serving three years in the United States Army. Brian Reed became the inaugural Co-Head Coach of Water Polo at College of the Canyons in 1999. Brian Reed coached womens water polo and men and womens swimming at College of the Canyons from 1999-2005. Coach Reed swam for College of Canyons during the 2000 season when more male swimmers were needed for the team. Coach Reed was also on the swim coaching staff for the 2005 inaugural swim season at Golden Valley High School. In August 2005 Coach Reed started working at Littlerock High School as a physcial education teacher and also took over the swim program as Head Coach from 2006-2012. Coach Reed was named Swim Coach of the Year by the AV Press for 2008 after leading the Boys team to a 3rd place finish in CIF Division IV.
Coach Reed became Head Swim Coach at Quartz Hill High School in January of 2013. During his time as Head Swim Coach at Quartz Hill High School, the Rebels have never lost a league meet, the boys team finished 2nd at CIF in 2016, and Coach Reed was named Swim Coach of the Year for Southern California by the Daily News in 2016. Currently the Boys Swim team have won the Golden League title ten years in a row, 23 overall, while the girls team have won the Golden League title for 22 years in a row, 24 overall.
Brian Reed and his wife Hayley have four children: Ethan, Brylie, Nolan, and Coltan