Luke Weisenstein is an experienced swimmer and coach who originally hails from Lynchburg, Virginia. He began his swimming career at the age of 12 in summer league swimming. He swam with a year-round team until graduating high school, where he achieved Y-National and sectional time standards. After highschool, he swam competitively at the Division 1 level for Old Dominion University's Varsity team, specializing in the 100 and 200 breaststroke. He also performed in diving events for ODU. Over the years, he coached a summer league swim team in Lynchburg for roughly 8 years, and is now the head coach for Williamsburg Christian Academy's JV and Varsity swim team where he also teaches. He is looking forward to sharing the sport he loves with everyone at the Stonehouse Splash family!
Nolan Kline joined the Stonehouse Splash Swim team when he was 5 years old and has been an active part of the team every year since then. He has lived in this neighborhood his whole life and you will often see him at the pool lifeguarding or giving swim lessons to future swimmers. Since the 8th grade Nolan has been a junior coach and last year, he was the assistant coach. He swam for the Warhill High School swim team for four years and is graduating in May.
Next year, Nolan will be attending Old Dominion University studying Mechanical Engineering. He looks forward to making this team a place where kids learn important life skills and find friends, just as he did.