Head Men's and Women's Swimming Coach
Erin Edmondson joined the Eagles in early 2014 to build a new swimming program at Trinity, the first collegiate program in Snohomish County. Edmonson has 23 years of coaching experience both at the high school and club swimming levels.
She has coached teams to podium finishes at the WIAA State Swimming Championships and has coached numerous athletes to finals and consolation finals at the State meet.
As the Head Boys Swimming Coach at Lake Stevens High School from 2007 until 2013, Edmonson’s teams enjoyed a high level of success, notching winning dual meet campaigns every year while placing well in the team standings at Districts on an annual basis. During her time as the coach of the Vikings, Lake Stevens Swimmers placed among the top 16 in individual events at the 4A State Championships in 12 different events and in the top eight in 10 different events. In 1994 Edmondson coached Paul Barnett to set a national record in the 100 yard breaststroke.
As a club coach, Edmondson worked with the Marysville Marlins from 1998 until 2002. Her background also includes coaching at Lake Stevens Middle School and for the Lake Stevens Special Olympics Swim Team.
In addition to her duties at the Eagles’ swimming coach, Edmondson also coaches at Archbishop Murphy High School, where this fall the girls team placed third at the 2A State Swimming Championships with individual champions in both the 100 yard breaststroke and in diving. Her boys team at Archbishop placed 3rd at the 2015 2A State Championships with five State Championship performances.