Makos Coaching Staff

Summer 2023


Head Coach - Bradley Morrison












Coach Bradley has been the head coach for the Makos since 2013.  He also coaches for Gainesville High School and was a coach for the Victory Lakes Piranhas for 7 seasons before coming to Meadowbrook.  A graduate of Virginia Tech, Bradley is now a math teacher at Gainesville High School.  As a coach he prioritizes sportsmanship, team spirit, and the ability of each swimmer to reach their potential through hard work.


Head Assistant Coach - Caleb Roach   







Caleb is excited to be joining the Makos this summer! Caleb is currently a student at Liberty University where he is pursuing a degree in Elementary Education. Caleb is also the swim lesson coordinator and developmental age group coach for Occoquan Swimming at the Manassas Central site. As a coach, Caleb focuses on building a strong foundation with correct technique and encouraging swimmers that anything is possible. Besides being at the pool, Caleb also rock climbs, binge watches Survivor and plans his next Disney trip.


Assistant Coach Andrew Lingafelt

Hi, My name is Andrew Lingafelt. I was a swimmer on the Meadowbrook Makos for 9 years, up until my final year last season. I have been volunteering for Minis or coaching as a JAC for 5 years now, and I’m now entering my first year as an Assistant Coach for Meadowbrook. In the offseason, I still coach our Sunday practices, as well as teach swim lessons at the PWCS Aquatics Center. Outside of swimming for Meadowbrook, I swam 2 years for Stealth, as well as all 4 years at Colgan High School. Currently, I am entering my 2nd year at Northern Virginia Community College, and am pursuing a degree in Business Administration. Overall, I absolutely love coaching and am super excited for our season!


Assistant Coach Chloe Ouellette

Hey! My name is Chloe Ouellette. I was a swimmer on the Meadowbrook Makos for 15 seasons ending last year in 2021. In the past, I have volunteered as a Mini's coach and been a JAC for the winter conditioning program for two years, given private swim lessons, and I am more than excited to enter my first year as an Assistant Coach this Summer! On top of swimming with the Makos, I swam with Amberjax Swimming and was on the Colgan High School Swim Team for all four years. I spent the last year as a D1 athlete at the University of Central Florida and will be continuing my education in the Fall at James Madison University studying Health and Physical Education as a Kinesiology major. All in all, I love swimming and cannot wait for this season, CHOMP!!



Assistant Coach Matt Healey

Matt Healey has been with the Makos since 2005, swimming 12 years and coaching 9 years. After being named All-State during his final 3 years swimming for Osbourn Park High School, he attended the University of Virginia, where he won a College Club Swimming National Championship. Matt continues to swim with Club Tribe Masters Swimming and is a 2022 National Champion, winning the individual 50 yard freestyle and leading off the mixed 4x50 yard freestyle relay at Masters Nationals in San Antonio, Texas. His points of emphasis as a coach include instilling a goal-oriented mindset, having fun while working hard, and fostering a team culture of support, spirit, and passion. 



The coaching staff is also supplemented by volunteers for the Mini-Makos program.