Corrina has been the Head Coach of Central Jersey Aquatic Club since 1988. A CJAC alumna, she joined the team in 1974. During her swimming career, Corrina was an 18-time Senior National Qualifier. She was world ranked 13th in the 400m Freestyle, and won gold in that event at the World University Games in Mexico City, Mexico in 1979. She qualified for Olympic Trials in the 200, 400, and 800m Freestyle events in 1980 and 1984. A graduate of Ocean Township High School, Corrina won more high school state titles than any other woman in N.J. history. At Arizona State, she was selected NCAA Division 1 All-American in 1980, 1981, 1982, and 1983, and was an NCAA National Champion as a member of ASU's 800 freestyle relay team. An accomplished open water swimmer, Corrina won the Atlantic City Marathon in both 1984 and 1985, as well as the Chesapeake Bridge to Bridge swim in 1985.
Corrina was an assistant coach in 1983-1984 at Arizona State University, in 1985 at Rutgers University, and at Monmouth College in 1986-88, during which time she was also assistant coach of CJAC. Her impressive resume includes USA Swimming National Select Camp Coach and Manager, USA Swimming Zone Select Camp Coach, USA Swimming Zone Distance Camp Coach, and New Jersey Swimming Zone Coach. She has been a member of the NJ Swimming Board of Directions for the last 12 years and currently holds the position of Secretary.
Head Age Group Coach
Cathy has been the Head Age Group Coach of Central Jersey Aquatic Club since 1988. Also a CJAC alumna, she joined the team in its first year, 1961. A graduate of Long Branch High School, Cathy was a member of the 1968 Olympic Team. She competed in 6 events in those Olympic Trials and was world ranked 5th in the 200m Individual Medley, 6th in the 100m Freestyle, and 16th int he 200m Freestyle that year. In 1968, she also broke the American Record in the 200yd Backstroke short Course. She placed 6th in the 100m Freestyle at the 1972 Olympic Trials, earning another 6th place world ranking. Cathy was one of the founding members of the Princeton University Women's Swimming and Diving Team. As a Tiger, she was NCAA Champion and record breaker in the 100yd Freestyle, 100yd Butterfly, and the 100 and 200yd Individual Medley events as well as a member of Princeton's NCAA Champion 200 Freestyle Relay that set the American Record. She was selected NCAA All-American in 1973 and 1974, and won gold (400m Freestyle Relay) and Silver (100m Butterfly) at the World University Games in Moscow, USSR, in 1973.
Assistant Age Group Coach
Kelly began swimming at CJAC in 1988 and has been coaching at CJAC since 2008. She was a many time Junior Olympic finalist, and a New Jersey Zone Team member. A graduate of Long Branch High School, Kelly was captain of the swim team. She broke all 11 LBHS High School records, some of which were 18 years old, and was inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame. She was also captain of the swim team at Catholic University, where she was selected All-Conference in 1998-1999, and All-Academic in 1998, 1999, 2000, and 2001.
Dave Kawut swam for CJAC from 1977-1985. He was a member of the New Jersey Zone and Junior National teams. Dave attended George Washington University, graduating in 1989. While at GWU, he qualified for the National Championships in the 100yd Butterfly, set four individual and three relay university records, and was selected team captain and MVP in 1989. He represented the United Stated at the Macabi Pan-American Games, Caracas, Venezuela in 1987, winning 5 Gold and 2 Silver medals. Following college graduation, David stayed on at George Washington as assistant coach from 1989-1992. In the 1992 season the GWU Swim Team set an unprecedented 22 school records.