Woodlake Hurricanes Swim & Dive Teams

An exciting & healthy way for your children to spend a portion of the summer is to join the Woodlake Hurricanes Swim/Dive Team. The teams provide an opportunity to develop and improve swimming & diving skills in a safe and positive environment. Sportsmanship, skill development, team spirit, fitness, & fun are our top goals throughout the summer!

The Woodlake Hurricanes are part of the RMAL (Richmond Metropolitian Aquatics League).

Head Swim Coach:
Bradley Jenkins

Bradley Jenkins - Woodlake Hurricanes Head Coach

Coach Fuzzy (Assistant Swim Coach)

This will be my 14th year as a Woodlake Hurricane.  I grew up as a part of this team therefore it is like my 2nd family.  I strive to bring that sense of family every year that I return, so that this team can be as great for the swimmers going through the program now, as it was for me when I grew up.  This year I plan on bringing many of our greatest traditions of both sportsmanship and character to the forefront.

Coach Kerri (Assistant Swim Coach)

I swam for Woodlake for 13 years and this will be my third year as a Coach. I graduated from James River High School in the Leadership Program and attend the University of Tennessee. I am currently working towards a Communications Studies major and am also a member of the club swim team at UT.

Mason Murphy (Jr. Assistant Swim Coach)

I am a senior at Cosby High School. I have been a swimmer for the Woodlake Hurricanes for 8 years and Cosby High School for 2 years. This my second year coaching for the Hurricanes and Tropical Storm. I am also in the marching band and show choir at Cosby.

Steven Ebeling (Head Dive Coach)

I was born and raised here in Richmond, Virginia. I started out as a gymnast and was encouraged by my sister's dive coach to try diving when I was 14 years old. I continued diving at Trinity Episcopal School where I broke several high school records before graduating. In 2010, I switched from year round gymnastics to year round diving with a Richmond area dive club.

I began my coaching career during the 2011 summer season at the Kanawha Recreation Association and was later recruited to dive for the University of Delaware. In my sophomore year, I made the tough choice to leave the dive team to focus on my studies in Exercise Science and Spanish. My choice paid off and I am heading into my second year of Physical Therapy school at VCU. With my rehab background in mind, I will be emphasizing core stability, stretching, and proper entries this summer. I was forced to take a break from diving last year for anatomy class, but I am very excited to return to coaching with Woodlake this summer!

Tropical Storm

Tropical Storm is a fun, safe learning environment for your young swimmer, ages 4-9, and a preparatory program for our Summer Swim Team. The program runs June 5-30th, Monday-Friday. This is a great learn-to-swim program! Your swimmer will feel safe and comfortable in learning water safety and stroke technique.

Tropical Storm is coached by two of our own Coaches, Mason Murphy and Justin Daniels.

Tropical Storm Swim Team

Quest Swimming

Swim Lessons at Woodlake Aquatic & Fitness Center

(14710 Village Square Place)​
Directed by Coach Kelly Cleary

Open to all​ members and non-members​! Check for specials and new classes on the Quest website.

Expanded lesson programs, professionally taught, and offered ​year-round: ​
1 or 2 x per week, weekday mornings, evenings, and weekends.​
Group, Private and Semi Private lessons​ available.

Low student-to-instructor ratio. All levels and ages, ​2 years through adult.
​Stroke School (Advanced), Int​ermediate, Beginner, Adult Learn-to-Swim, ​Adult Intermediate/Triathlete, ​Parent & Child.

For more information and online registration: http://www.questswimming.com
For information, go to "Swim Lesson News" at the top of the home page.
For a list of classes and online registration, go to "Swim Lessons" on the left side bar of the home page.

Contact Nancy Sobeck:
804-739-3454,ext.4107 or

Quest Swim Team

Poseidon Swimming

Competitive Excellence/ Personal Development

The Poseidon coaching staff endeavors to teach, train and motivate young people to achieve their ultimate potential in competitive swimming in the belief that this experience will prove valuable to them as they grow and develop. Opportunities are provided for each swimmer to compete at levels which are appropriate to his/her competence. The staff also strives to nurture high standards in personal development by instilling such concepts as time management, personal accountability, high self-esteem, constructive self-motivation, goal setting and goal achievement as these ideas relate to their success in training and in competition. It is our belief that the process of achieving is as significant as realizing the achievement itself.

At each level of the Poseidon program, swimmers are taught to strive for excellence. Excellence represents the achievement of that level at which each individual knows that they have done their utmost to become the best that they are capable of becoming.

Mission Statement: To train, develop and motivate swimmers in the pursuit of individual excellence in a team oriented environment.

Vision: The vision of Poseidon Swimming, Inc. is to be a nationally recognized leader in all levels of competitive swimming.


Pursuit of Excellence (mind, body, spirit): To be the best you can be in all aspects of life.

Commitment and Competitiveness: Persisting at a goal or task to completion while striving with competitors toward peak performance.

Teamwork: Creating friendship and unity through shared experiences and competition. 

Rewarding: Fostering an environment that promotes fun and enjoyment.

Sportsmanship: Learning to respect others through a strong foundation of values and ethics.

To register for Poseidon, or for more information, please visit http://www.poseidonswimming.com.

Quest Swim Team