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By Ian Smay
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Dayton Swim Team's First Year with New Coach Off to Good Start

The 2017 season is head coach Jamie Trump's first year in the position


Ian Smay

Dayton Head Swim Coach Jamie Trump coaches swim team members as they prepare to race. This is Trump's first year as coach after taking the reins from longtime coach Rosy Nechodom.

DAYTON – The Dayton Swim Team is under new leadership for the first time in a decade, with new Head Coach Jamie Trump taking the reins for the 2017 summer season.

The change in coaching occurred after veteran coach Rosy Nechodom retired following the 2016 season. Following many questions and receiving support from various community members and parents, Trump decided to take on the challenge.

"People had been asking me if I was going to coach this year," Trump explained. "I decided to go back to school for my master's, and so my summer was open."

The team is comprised of 29 kids ranging in...

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