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Erica is a certified sports nutritionist and certified health coach. She has a collegiate coaching background of thirteen years in NCAA Division I swimming. She coached at Ball State University as the M & W Graduate Assistant Coach, The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee as the M & W Assistant Coach and the M & W Head Coach, the University of Maryland as the M & W Assistant Coach, and Purdue University as the W Assistant Coach. At age twenty six, she was the youngest Division I head coach in the country and one of four women acting as the head coach of a men’s team. The following year, Erica was named Horizon League Men’s Swimming Coach of the Year as the Men’s Team won its first conference championship in ten years.
In 2018, Erica retired from coaching and started Beine Wellness Building to help athletes understand how to fuel their own individual bodies. After years of watching all athletes be taught the same information about nutrition, she knew there was a way to help each individual athlete succeed and achieve based on more than just general principals. Erica has worked with some of the best and most recognized athletes in the world. Including NCAA Champions, World Record Holders, American Record Holders, and Olympic Gold Medalists.
As an athlete, Erica was a five-time Division III NCAA-All American at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and a standout high school athlete in her hometown of Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
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A former member of the US National Team, Keri swam in the World Championships, Pan American Games, and World University Games. Starting her swimming career in Fargo, ND, she attended college at the University of Minnesota and eventually finished her career with Dave Salo at the Trojan Swim Club in Los Angeles, CA.
Keri is currently the Director of Admission and Enrollment at the Harbor Day School in Newport Beach, CA. In her free time, she likes to swim with the turtles in Hawaii and coach swimming.
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Ariel was a competitive swimmer for nineteen years. She swam collegiately at Purdue where she was part of eight school records and was an NCAA Championships Qualifier, where she earned All-American Honors.
In the classroom, Ariel was also an Academic All-American. She competed at the United States Olympic Trials in 2012 in the 50, 100, and 200 freestyles.
After the conclusion of her athletic career at Olympic Trials, Ariel has worked in sales and customer service. Ariel lives in Columbus with her husband, Michael Hulme, who is an Assistant Coach for the M & W Swimming Teams at Ohio State. The Hulmes have a son, Bridger and a daughter, Cora.
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Christina has had a passion for swimming for as long as she can remember. She has been fortunate enough to have been able to carry over her love of the sport as an athlete to a career in coaching. After finishing her collegiate swimming career at Purdue University, she continued on as a masters swimmer. She competed for teams in Southern California, Boston and back in her hometown of Lafayette, Indiana earning several national titles over the years.
As a coach, Christina, has worked with athletes at every skill level and age group. She started her coaching career with her former club team Boilermaker Aquatics. She then went on to be an Assistant with the Purdue University Women’s Swim Team. She has a passion for youth athletics and devotion to building strong individuals in and out of the pool.
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Sarah Jones is a high school senior. She plays the trumpet and is involved in many of the school’s bands, such as concert, jazz, marching, pit, and pep bands. She has also been involved in the FIRST Robotics program for eight years. She is currently the president of her robotics team, Girl Gang. In robotics, she works mainly on the design, mechanical, and electrical aspects of the robot. After graduating high school, Sarah hopes to pursue electrical engineering at Purdue University.
Senior DNA Analyst
Ali DeLoof is from Grosse Pointe Park, Michigan and is the oldest of four girls. She is currently a professional swimmer training in Knoxville, Tennessee with the University of Tennessee post graduate training group. Ali was a four year letter winner at the University of Michigan and received her undergraduate degree in Psychology. She recently received a graduate degree in Elementary Education from the University of Michigan’s School of Education.
Ali is an eight-time NCAA All-American, Big Ten Champion, former American and World Record Holder in the 4 x 50-m Medley Relay, International Medalist, and a former member of the US National Team.
Senior DNA Analyst
Gabby DeLoof is currently a professional swimmer, training with the University of Michigan. Gabby was a highly decorated athlete for Michigan totaling twelve NCAA All-American Honors and five Big Ten Titles. She has also competed internationally for Team USA at the World University Games, Pan Pac Championships, and World Championships. Currently, Gabby is a member of the USA Swimming National Team.
Senior DNA Analyst
Kendall Dawson is a 2016 and 2021 Olympic Trials qualifier, qualifying in the 200 free, 400 free, and 800 free. She swam for 4 years at Arizona State University and was named a CSCAA All-American and CSAA Academic All-American.
She graduated with Magna Cum Laude honors in 2020 with a degree in Biological Sciences and is working towards vet school to become a veterinarian.
Kendall is originally from Orlando, Florida where she has experience coaching age group swimmers and giving swim lessons with her club team. She is now living and coaching in Tempe, Arizona where she enjoys hiking and exploring with her dog, Dakota.
Sherridon Dressel is a 10 time NCAA All-American with the Florida Gators while earning her degree in Health Education. Her list of accolades is numerous and includes Scholar All-America, All-SEC, and SEC Academic Honor Roll. Recently, she’s been an integral part of the ISL League with the Cali Condors nabbing wins in the 50 and 100 backstrokes.
Sherridon is originally from Green Cove Springs, Florida where she comes from a swimming family, being the youngest of four. Sherridon currently resides in Gainesville with her dog Toby.
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