RMSC Coaching Staff
Assistant Head Coach
Lead Junior Coach
Titans Swim School Coordinator
Sarah Rudolf, Head Coach
Sarah is excited for her second season as Head Coach of the Ridge Meadows Swim Club. Sarah joined HSSC in 2021 after 3 seasons with VPSC, acting as the Lead Coach of Junior Development.
Before coaching to VPSC, Sarah had 3 very successful years at the Pacific Sea Wolves Swim Club in South Surrey, BC, as well as 3 years with the Campbell River Killer Whales on Vancouver Island. She has also held coaching positions with the Chena Swim Club In North Vancouver, BC, and the Hyack Swim Club in New Westminster, BC.
Sarah has been on deck as a coach for 18 years. She has coached all levels, starting with 5 year olds jumping into their first swim practice, to National Medalist, and Provincial Record Holders.
Sarah grew up swimming for the Hyack Swim Club and swam for SFU where she studied Kinesiology and Linguistics.
"I believe that our job as a coach is to help our young athletes to develop into the best version of themselves. We hope that they will develop into exceptional individuals during their time in the sport, and during their journey as an athlete will also reach all the goals that they have set for themselves. I try to teach the swimmers that working hard and doing the work can be an exciting and fun process, which will help with their development in all areas of their life." - Sarah Rudolf
Chloe Good, Junior Lead Coach
Chloe joined the Seahorses coaching staff in 2015 after swimming competitively for the club for seven years. She began her coaching journey as a volunteer within the club and has coached a broad range of athletes from novice to competitive. She has completed a diploma in kinesiology and is currently completing her degree in health science at SFU. She has also taught lessons for the last six years as a lifeguard and Red Cross Water Safety instructor for the City of Port Coquitlam. Chloe’s coaching philosophy is based on creating a fun and enjoyable environment where her athletes can develop fundamental life skills such as being a good teammate and learning how to train and compete effectively. Chloe is excited about the new season and to work with many returning and new swimmers!
Keenan Gander, Assistant Coach
Keenan is excited to be back on deck for the titans for his second season as an assistant coach. In 2018, he started volunteer coaching with the Haney Neptunes and has enjoyed every minute on deck since. Keenan believes that every swimmer can be successful if they are having fun and challenging themselves at practice.
Keenan is also a member of the Titans Nation Development Program and has been swimming competitively for 10 years. He has attended meets at both the provincial and national levels and understands what it takes to become a high-level swimmer. Outside of the pool, Keenan enjoys watching sports, listening to music and walking his dog. Keenan can’t wait to coach the next generation of Titans swimmers and help them achieve their goals.
Daniel Hai, Assistant Coach
Daniel is extremely excited to begin his first year coaching with the Ridge Meadows Swim Club. This will be his 5th year swimming with the club and is currently a member of the National Development group. Daniel is a grade 11 student at Maple Ridge Secondary School and has plans to continue studying post-secondary. Outside of swimming, Daniel plays the piano at an ARCT level and enjoys spending time with friends and family.
Daniel has completed all his lifeguarding certifications and is taking courses from the National Coaching Certification Program. Being an RMSC coach, Daniel’s goal is to assist his swimmers to develop a love for swimming and the sport, and to help them continue to excel in all areas of their lives, including swimming.
Ryan Leslie, Assistant Coach
Ryan Leslie is ready and excited for her first year coaching with RMSC. She is 15 years old and loves being on the pool deck. She is thrilled to be working with swimmers to get the skills they need to progress and succeed in swimming.
Ryan is a part of the national development program for the titans and has been competitively swimming for 8 years. She has been to provincial and national level meets around Canada. She is very dedicated to swimming and knows how committed you need to be to succeed in the swimming world.
Outside of swimming, Ryan plays school volleyball and enjoys hanging out with her friends and her 3 cats Pablo, Kirby, and James. Ryan is excited to get the swimmers in the water and see the progression throughout the season.