Coach Ed brings with him over 37 years of coaching
A native of Moffat County, Stehlin has been swimming
competitively since he was ten years old. He attended Western State
College where he was a four-year letterwinner, team captain and
Stehlin has coached at all levels and still competes at the
Masters Level, earning All-America status in the freestyle and
Coach Stehlin is excited to work with the Maverick Aquatics swim
program. He looks forward to helping the athletes aspire to become
the best they can be in the pool and in life.
Coach Ed coaches the Maverick Gold group.
Kristen I Peterson
Originally from Wyoming, I started coaching the Jackson Hole
StingRays right after I finished my senior year of high school
swimming. I went on to Mesa State college where I swam distance
events and butterfly for four years. Shortly after I retired I
started coaching for the Grand Junction Dolphins. I am currently a
student at CMU studying Elementary education and the art of ski
Coach Kristen coaches the Cardinal and White groups.
Megan K Takakura
I have been involved with competitive swimming for fifteen
years. In high school, I was a four-year varsity all-star and
went to state all four years. After high school, I swam for
Mesa State College. I have coached for my high school during
breaks, as well as the Grand Junction Dolphins. I will be
graduating with a Degree in Business Management with a
concentration in Finance and Economics.
Coach Megan coaches the Cardinal and White groups.
I have been swimming competitively for over 14 years. I am
originally from Pueblo, Colorado where I swam on Pueblo Swim Club.
When I was a freshman in high school, I began teaching lessons and
helping coach for my club team. When I graduated from high school,
I came to Mesa State College to go to school and swim. As of
May 12, 2012, I graduated from Colorado Mesa University with a
degree in Elementary Education. I love swimming, and I love kids,
so I am excited to have this opportunity where I get the best of
Coach Katie coaches the Gold, Cardinal and White groups.