Walden Glen Swim & Racquet Club was established in 1969. We have a convenient, but out-of-the-way location off Carrleigh Parkway, a beautiful pool, tennis, basketball and volleyball court, and a spacious picnic area. Our swim and dive teams compete in the
Savannah Bailey began swimming competitively in 2008 following a spinal fusion to correct severe scoliosis and has been involved with the sport ever since. Since she began coaching in 2013, she has worked with swimmers of all ages and abilities and coached with teams in Texas, Florida, and Germany. Savannah graduated from the University of Miami with a Bachelor of Science in Health Science and is working to become a physical therapist. She previously swam for the University of Miami Club Swim Team and is a current member of the L4 Masters Swim Team. She is a coach member of USA Swimming, U.S. Masters Swimming, and the American Swimming Coaches Association. Savannah’s goal is to provide swimmers with the resources they need in order to grow and succeed as athletes. She hopes to encourage and promote characteristics such as teamwork, confidence, communication, responsibility, and commitment, in order to help each swimmer develop physically, psychologically, and socially. Go Wahoos!
Assistant Head Coach Sam
Sam Carley grew up swimming for the Orange Hunt Sharks, starting in the NVSL all the way back in 2007. In fact her first ever meet was at Walden Glenn! She fell in love with the sport and soon joined her younger sister swimming year round for Nation’s Capital Swim Club. After a five year club swim career Sam began coaching for her home team of Orange Hunt, and teaching swim clinics at Burke Racquet and Swim Club. She is now in college at Washington and Lee University were she is studying Politics and participating in Army ROTC. Sam’s favorite part about swim is the community - no matter where you go, your team is like a family. Sam cannot wait to become a part of the Wahoo family!