​  Bozeman Stingrays Synchronized Swim Team


Stingrays Place #13 out of nation's 2016 top 30+ teams!!!

 
Our club welcomes swimmers of all ages and is the perfect sport for those who love water, swimming, dance, performance, gymnastics and learning new skills.  From the youngest six year old learning the most basic figure, to Middle and High Schoolers traveling the country to compete in National Championships, the Bozeman Stingrays celebrate many accomplishments together as a team.




 About Us

MEET THE COACHES:

Aubrey Wall – Head Coach

Starting synchronized swimming in Auburn, CA at age 6 for a summer club called the Auburn Mermaids, Aubrey’s family moved to Bozeman, MT where she soon joined the Bozeman Stingrays. Attending three Age Group National Championships with the club taught her some of the most important team-building and synchronized swimming skills. 
     Moving to Denver, CO in 2010 to live with a host family to swim for Rocky Mountain Splash during high school gained her great experience with a larger club. At the 2011 Age Group National Championships, both her team routine and duet took 4th place.      
     Attending Lindenwood University on a scholarship for synchronized swimming, her team took 3rd place at the 2012 Collegiate Nationals. Returning home to MSU in 2012- and to coach the StingRays- she led the team to the 2016 Junior Olympics, where the 16-17 team routine took 13th place, one of our greatest successes to date! Aubrey is now competing internationally in triathlons and competed in the 2017 and 2018 Ironman and qualified for the Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii.  


Kaitlyn Cobb - 2018-2019 Assistant Coach 

This is Kaitlyn's third year with the Stingrays.  She comes to the Stingrays from Washington State loaded with lots of high level synchronized swimming experience. Her resumé includes time with Olympia YMCA Synchro,  Seattle Synchro, 2012/13 Washington State Diving Championships, was a qualifier for  the 2012 13-15 USA Synchro National Team, has been an aquatics instructor, life guard and . . . . enjoys water sports!                  


Maggie Epstein - 2018-19 Novice Coach 


Maggie began her synchronized swimming journey with the Fort Collins Synchro and the Northern Colorado Orcas. Other than synchro, Maggie is passionate about wildland firefighting, search and rescue, and being an EMT. She's currently a junior studying natural resource management and GIS at Montana State and eventually wants to be a fire ecologist. This is her first season with the Stingrays.