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Girls Swim and Dive

Team Information

The training schedule for 2017-18 is as follows:

  • Junior Varsity: Stroke technique/starts/turns practice on Monday & Wednesday mornings from 6:30–7:30 am. No practice Monday & Wednesday afternoons. Swim training Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday afternoons from 4:00–5:30 pm.
  • Varsity: Swim Training 4:00–5:30 pm, Monday–Friday.
  • Mobility/Dryland Training: ALL athletes will meet in Heaven at BHS on Tuesday mornings from 6:15–7:30 am. Also
    10:30 am–noon on Saturdays.

For schedule and complete training information, link to the 2017-18 Girls Swimming and Diving Handout.

News & Events

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Coaches

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Jay Turner, Head Coach Girls Swimming

Coach Jay Turner will enter his third season (2017-2018) as head coach for the women’s swim team at Boulder High School. He began swimming year-round when he was five years old. His personal swimming career highlights include earning High School All-American Consideration and as a Junior National Qualifier. He earned a Division one scholarship to the University of Toledo and maintains multiple all-time top 10 times. After graduating, he became an assistant coach for his alma mater until the men’s team was cut due to budget constraints.

During his time at BHS, he and his staff have coached a diverse group of athletes, ranging from All-American qualifiers and Division one scholarship winners, to summer-club swimmers, to those with virtually no experience. The team’s training philosophies center on USA Swimming’s energy systems, focusing on as many as six different endurance/sprint intensities in the water. Dryland/strength training and yoga/mobility work are also an important part of the team’s training. Culturally, the team strongly believes that if an athlete chooses to buy-in to swimming with, through, and for the team’s success, each individual will maximize the probability of accomplishing their individual goals. Over the past two seasons, approximately 80 percent of the program’s athletes have achieved lifetime best times in each of their races.

Turner owns a financial planning business in Boulder and has served his clients for nearly 15 years. Active in his community, he has previously served on the Avista Hospital Foundation Board, the Louisville Downtown Business Association Board, and various college scholarship committees. Originally from Macon, Georgia, Jay and his wife, Jenae, reside in Gunbarrel. In his free time, he enjoys fly-fishing, golfing, camping, and his two bulldogs, Benson and Harley.

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Kyle Bachrodt, Assistant Coach Girls Swimming

Coach Kyle Bachrodt is returning for his second season (2017-2018) as an assistant coach for the women’s swim team at Boulder High School. He grew up in Evergreen, Colorado, where he started swimming year-round for the Evergreen Hurricanes when he was seven years old. He learned a great deal about swimming during his 10 years as a club swimmer and began imparting this knowledge as a certified swim instructor by the age of 15. His swimming career continued as a four-year varsity swimmer at Evergreen High School where he was also a team captain in his final two years. Once in college, he turned his focus toward earning a bachelor’s degree in geology from the University of Colorado at Boulder; however, he still swam competitively for the CU club team as a freshman in 2007. This team would go on to win the national championship that year.

Although his last race was in 2007, Kyle’s dedication to the sport of swimming is still present as a swim coach and instructor. His first opportunity at coaching came in 2008 with his former club team where he specialized as an 8 and under age group coach. In the years since, he has been a men’s high school swim team consultant for Conifer High School, and has been the head coach for the 13-18 age group at the Boulder Country Club since 2010, where he has led swimmers to club records in a multitude of events six out of the last seven years.

Kyle currently works at the Boulder Country Club as the Director of Aquatic Operations. When not by the pool, he spends his time in the mountains skiing, climbing, backpacking, and volunteering for the National Ski Center for the Disabled (NSCD).

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Carl Diehl, Coach Girls Diving

A long-term water rat, Carl swam in AAU age group, YMCA, summer league, high school, and college. He started assistant coaching in summer league at age 12 because he was an “AAU swimmer" and has been coaching on and off since. Since 1988, Carl has coached in BVSSL, USA Swimming, high school swimming and diving, and with a U.S. Diving Team. He was a high school swim and dive official for five years. Recently, he retired as head coach at Brighton High School girls and boys swimming. He is head coach of the Louisville Dolphins Swim Team, who have won five consecutive BVSSL championships.

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Lyndsie Gibson, Assistant Coach Girls Swimming

Coach Lyndsie Gibson will be starting her first season as an assistant coach for the girls swim team at Boulder High School. Lyndsie grew up mainly in Texas and began competitively swimming at the age of 7. She swam club for the North Texas Nadadores, high school varsity for Southlake Carroll, and in college for Texas Christian University in Fort Worth. During her high school career, she was a 10-time All-American and state champion. Her swimming career continued through college where she was awarded a full scholarship and was a four-year scholarship letter winner. At TCU, she was second team All-Big 12 Conference and had served as captain her senior year. She is the current school record holder in the 200 backstroke. She graduated from TCU with a degree in Psychology and a minor in Health and Fitness.

Lyndsie wanted to be a coach from a young age and continue her involvement in the swimming community. She has been involved with various levels of coaching since the age of 13--babies to adults at a variety of skill levels. Before moving to Colorado in March, she was the head coach of the swim team at Colonial Country Club for three years. She led the team to three back-to-back Country Club Championship titles. She is now currently the head coach at Boulder Country Club and has just completed her first season. She directed the team to faster times and more team records than they had ever seen before.

Lyndsie’s family still resides in Dallas while her sister, Emily, completes school at TCU. In her free time, Lyndsie loves hiking, skiing, traveling, and spending time with friends and family.