​​Fairfax Station, VA 

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Phoebe Shapiro is joining the Cruisers this year as an Intern Coach.  She swims for the FISH and on the South County Swim Team.  She is a rising sophomore at South County High School and is very excited to work with and get to know more of the Cruisers.


Maggie Pionzio is joining the team this summer as our new Head Dive Coach.  Maggie currently attends and dives for Dartmouth College, and is a South County High School graduate.  Among her many diving accomplishments are NVSL Senior Girls All-Star winner and a Virginia High School state champion.  She dove for Alexandria Dive Club for many years and served as the Assistant Head Coach at Mansion House, a perennial NVSL Division 1 Team, for three years.  We look forward to a great season with Maggie at the helm.

 







Max Powell is returning for his second year as assistant coach. Max began his diving with Crosspointe in 2008. He currently holds both South County HS boys dive records (6 dives and 11 dives), has been a 2 time 6A State finalist, and has had 2 time All American consideration. He loves coaching kids of all ages and looks forward to another fun year with CP diving! 

The Crosspointe Cruisers are gearing up for another exciting season!  The coaches are working hard to ensure the team’s readiness for our upcoming meets.  Among our coaching staff are both new and familiar faces.

Noah Carpenter has been a member of the NVSL community since 2002 swimming for the Parliament Panthers. He was a member of the Mason Makos National Team and the Lake Braddock varsity swim team, where he was a state team member for two years and captain his senior year. While in high school Noah's coaching experience included four years as the assistant coach for the Parliament Panther summer and winter swim programs, three years for the Swim with Beth program, and two years for the Mason Makos Swim Team.

Noah now attends the University of Mary Washington where he is a member of the varsity swim team and is majoring in mathematics. During his freshman season he achieved a NCAA ‘B’ cut in the 400 IM and represented the school at the CAC Championship Meet. While on the team he has volunteered at many swim clinics for the Stafford Junction and Special Olympics programs.

Noah is looking forward to his first season with the Cruisers and can’t wait to help younger swimmers achieve their goals.


Andrew Leith is joining the Cruisers this year as an Intern Coach. He is a rising senior at South County High School where he is co-captain of the varsity swim team and he swims for Machine Aquatics year-round. He is excited to help swimmers improve however he can.


Mayleigh Davis is returning for her fourth year of coaching the Cruisers. She is so excited to see the new and old faces of the team. She is graduating from South County High School and will be attending James Madison University in the fall. She hopes to major in Criminology. She will also be swimming for the club swim team at JMU.

Katie Egbert is returning this year as our Assistant Coach. She is a rising senior majoring Community Health at Texas A&M University, and this will be her sixth year as a coach Cruisers! She is really looking forward to seeing and working with all the swimmers from last year, and also meeting new kids that she will have the opportunity to work with this summer!

Autumn Kane is a high school senior who will graduate from Paul VI Catholic High School in June. She will be attending the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets in the fall. This is her third year swimming for the Cruisers with her two younger siblings and her second year coaching. She is very excited about the upcoming season!

Will Pyle is a second year coach for the Crosspointe Cruisers. He is 16 years old and a rising junior at South County High school. He is a competitive swimmer, as well as a flute player. He looks forward to having another great summer with the cruisers!

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Madi Gilbert is a rising junior at SCHS and just finished her second year swimming with the high school team. This will be her second year coaching with the Crusiers and she can't wait to get back into the water and have another amazing season! 

​Need to reach Coach Molly?cpheadcoach@gmail.com

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Meet Our Coaches

Molly Miller is returning to the team as our Head Swim Coach for the 3rd season.

She was a member of the Crosspointe Cruisers growing up and she worked as a Crosspointe swim coach for four summers during college. Her other coaching experience includes three summers as Assistant Head Coach for Westwood Country Club and Assistant Coach for a USA Swimming year-round program during college. Molly attended James Madison University where she was a JMU Club Swimming Team member for four years. Molly graduated from JMU with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and Mathematics. She went on to earn a Masters of Arts in Teaching at the JMU Graduate School and began her teaching career working in an elementary school in Fairfax. Molly currently teaches math at South County Middle School, where she frequently sees some of our swimmers in the hallways (and a few in her classroom). She is looking forward to seeing familiar faces again very soon on deck and she's excited to meet any new swimmers who have joined the team. Molly has a great deal of experience coaching all age groups and ability levels and we are excited to welcome her back to the Cruisers!  

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