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.





 

​​SWIM

Molly Miller is returning to the team as our Head Swim Coach for the 5th 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!  

​​Fairfax Station, VA 

cpswimteamrep@gmail.com

DIVE

Meet Our Coaches

Crosspointe Cruisers


Noah Carpenter is returning to the team as our Assistant Swim Coach for his 3rd season.  He 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 third season with the Cruisers and can’t wait to help younger swimmers achieve their goals.

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