About the Swim Team

Somerset Stingrays

The SRC Swim Team is a spirited, family based swim team committed to providing a well-rounded swim experience balancing community, sportsmanship, and overall enjoyment with high quality instruction, individual skill development, and a competitive team oriented environment.

The coaches constantly work to help swimmers enhance all four competitive strokes, improve racing techniques, build self confidence, become good team members, and learn that winning and succeeding are not always the same thing. The Somerset Swim Team hopes to provide motivation, instruction, fun times, and support for all team members.

The Somerset Stingrays are a member of the Midlakes Swim League that understands that athletics plays a role in the development of young people as they learn teamwork, cooperation, and respect for others. The league is divided into five Divisions, each with five or six teams. Somerset is a Division II club.

Swim Team Registration

Please make sure you are current on you general club membership before registering for swim team

If you have any questions, please email SRCswimteam@gmail.com.



Don’t forget your team swimwear

Official SRC Stingrays Swimwear Order Site



2019 Coaches

Erica Johnson

Coach Erica is starting her 11th season as Head Swim Team Coach! She has been involved with competitive swimming for the past 25+ years, swimming for Highline Swim Club, KING Aquatic Club, Kent Swim & Tennis Club, Kennedy High School, and Whitman College. She was an assistant coach at Kent Swim & Tennis Club for three summers while she was in college and was also an assistant coach for year-round club Issaquah Swim team from 2008-2010. Aside from swimming, Erica has also been an elementary school teacher since 2009, teaching in Bellevue, Lynnwood, and Mukilteo. When she’s not coaching, Erica is very busy chasing around her 2.5 year old daughter, Brielle. She is looking forward to another great summer season…Go Stingrays!


Elizabeth Wu

I’m a Junior at Newport High School and one of the swim and dive captains for next year! I’ve been swimming for Somerset since I was a Sharkie, and I started club swimming on King in 3rd grade, but transferred to Chinook in middle school. After freshman year, however, I decided to focus on school and extracurriculars  abd became involved in DECA, Junior State of America, and Technology Student Association. When I’m not in one of my clubs, you can find me playing water polo on the Newport girls team!! 

Madeleine Chin

Madeleine grew up in the Somerset area where she learned to swim at a very young age. Madeleine has been swimming competitively for 10 years, her first team being the Somerset Swim Team. She continued her swimming career on the Bellevue Club Swim Team and swam for Newport High School where she was captain her senior year of high school. When Madeleine is not swimming, she can be found playing water polo, skiing, lifeguarding, and surfing. She is currently attending the University of Washington’s Foster School of Business studying business administration (Go Dawgs!). She stays busy studying and hanging out with her sisters of the Alpha Delta Pi sorority. After having a blast coaching the Sharkies last summer, Madeleine is excited to spend another summer with the team that started it all!


Cooper Brandli, Assistant Coach, Sharkies

Cooper has grown up in the Somerset community. He has been swimming since he was 7 years old, first as part of the Sharkies program and now as a member of the Somerset Swim Team. He also swam competitively as part of Issaquah Swim Team’s Steelhead program and for the Olympic Cascade Aquatics swim team. He is a freshman at Newport High School, where he is a member of Newport’s JV water polo and varsity swim teams. Cooper has been helping with the Sharkies program for the past 5 years and is excited to begin working with the Sharkies in his new role as an assistant coach. Outside of the pool, Cooper enjoys writing and photography, and plans to combine those skills with his coaching to pursue a career as a writer/director.