Head Coach Lindsay Cronin
Coach Lindsay is excited to be back for her 11th season as a DH coach! She began swimming at the age of 7 for Dominion Hills and continued swimming year round for Arlington Aquatic Club. Later, she swam at Hood College where the distance events were her specialty, and she received her bachelors degree in elementary and special education.
Coach Lindsay is a Special Education Teacher at Ashlawn Elementary School in Arlington and is working on a masters degree to become a reading specialist. During the winter season, she has been a club coach with Arlington Aquatic Club for the past 5yrs and has helped organize the DH winter swim program.
“Summer swim is a fun season where swimmers of all ages are together. They learn skills such as teamwork, sportsmanship, and create lasting memories!”
It’s going to be a thunderous, fun-filled season! Go Thunder Ducks!
Max Nagle started swimming at DH in the summer of 2011 at the age of 9. He went on to do club swimming with AAC, be elected captain his senior year at Yorktown, and completed 3 years of D3 collegiate swimming. He is currently transferring colleges, with the intention of completing a BA/MA program at Boston University.
Abby Deering began her Dominion Hills swim career as an 8&U. She spent 5 years swimming for York Swim Club, and swam for Washington-Liberty throughout high school, including serving as team captain. She is a rising sophomore at Syracuse University and studying marketing.
Alex Munoz began swimming for Dominion Hills when he was 8yrs old. He also swam for Clark Swim Club for eight years. Alex was awarded DH’s Tony Santander Coaches Award in 2022. He is entering his sophomore year at Santa Clara University.
Will Allen has been swimming at Dominion Hills since he was five years old and has swam at Club Level for Clark Swim Club and Machine Aquatics, as well as swimming for Washington-Liberty High School as a captain his senior year. Will is attending the University of South Carolina in the fall.
Lauren Fatouros has been swimming with DH since 2010, and with Arlington Aquatic Club for 10 years. She swam for Yorktown’s state championship swim & dive team, serving as captain her senior year. She was named female swimmer of the year by Better Sports Club of Arlington and Pigskin Club of Washington. This fall Lauren will follow many other DH alums by attending the College of William and Mary.
Lily Woodward is a rising senior at Yorktown High School and in her 12th season as a DH swimmer. She has been a club swimmer for the last 8yrs first with Clark Swim Club and then Machine Aquatics. Lily is one of our Minis coaches this season.