Facility & Team

our facility

At Dad’s Club, we offer programs year round from our permanent location, where a 50-meter long-course pool, a 33-yard pool and a family pool form the heart of our facility.

3 pools
  • 50-meter long-course pool
  • 33-yard pool
  • Family pool
fitness center
  • Quantum Fitness strength-training machines
  • Free weights
  • Full line of cardio equipment, featuring Precor
additional amenities
  • Locker rooms and showers
  • Picnic pavilion and BBQ

hours of operation

september-may
june-august
monday-friday

5:30am-8:30pm

5:30am-9:00pm

saturday*

8:00am-5:00pm

8:00am-6:00pm

sunday

1:00pm-5:00pm

1:00pm-6:00pm

family pool hours of operation
"Beach Area"
september-may
june-august
monday-friday

CLOSED

10:00am-9:00pm

saturday*

10:00am-5:00pm

10:00am-6:00pm

sunday

1:00pm-5:00pm

1:00pm-6:00pm

JUNE 2, 2023: LANE ASSIGNMENTS ARE UNDER CONSTRUCTION

pool lane assignments

It’s helpful to plan your swim time in advance, and our assignment charts provide a snapshot of lane availability for each day. The busiest swim time during the school year is from 4:00pm-7:30pm. During that time, free swim lanes may be unavailable or limited.

The lanes of our 50-meter pool are set seasonally to either long course (50 meters) or short course (25 yards).

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Members

Masters/TRI

Closed

September-May Monday/Wednesday

September - May

Mondays and Wednesdays

Beach Pool Hours - Weekends only September - May

September-May Tuesdays

September - May

Tuesdays

Beach Pool Hours - Weekends only September - May

September-May Thursdays

September - May

Thursdays

Beach Pool Hours - Weekends only September - May

September-May Friday

September - May

Fridays

Beach Pool Hours - Weekends only September - May

September-May Saturday

September - May

Saturdays

Beach Pool Hours - Weekends only September - May

September-May Sunday

September - May

Sundays

Beach Pool Hours - Weekends only September - May

August Monday/Wednesday

August 9th - August 22nd

Mondays and Wednesdays

August Tuesday

August 9th - August 22nd

Tuesdays

August Thursday

August 9th - August 22nd

Thursdays

August Friday

August 9th - August 22nd

Fridays

August Saturday

August 9th - August 22nd

Saturdays

August Sunday

August 9th - August 22nd

Sundays

June-August Monday

June - August

Mondays and Wednesdays

June-August Tuesday

June - August

Tuesdays

June-August Wednesday

June - August

Mondays and Wednesdays

June-August Thursday

June - August

Thursdays

June-August Friday

June - August

Fridays

June-August Saturday

June - August

Saturdays

June-August Sunday

June - August

Sundays

Coaches

(usa swimming and masters)

Rey Aguilar

Swim Team Head Coach

Swim Team Head Coach Rey Aguilar celebrated his twenty-fourth year with Dad’s Club and his fourteenth as head coach in 2024. Coach Rey has worked with all age groups, from beginner to national-level swimmers, and his dedication, knowledge and enthusiasm guide his swimmers to outstanding performances at every level. Rey’s swimmers have gone on to swim in college and NCAA championships. Many are nationally ranked and have qualified and placed at state, junior national, national, Olympic Trials, and international-level competitions. Many of his swimmers have ranked in the 18 &under World Aquatics rankings. Rey has been selected as a Zones and All-Star coach, and he’s served as head coach for the Gulf All-Star select team. He has been a member and chair of the TSA All-Star committee and has also served on the board of Gulf Swimming. In 2019 and 2023, Rey was named the Gulf LSC Senior Coach of the Year. Rey is a former Dad’s Club swimmer and was part of El Salvador’s national team, where he represented the country in numerous international competitions. He earned a degree in business marketing and advertising from the University of St. Thomas in Houston.

Dustin Myers

Head Age Group Coach

Coach Dustin Myers has experience coaching various ages and levels of swimming, and he is the head age group coach with the Dad’s Club Swim Team. His experience includes young age group swimmers all the way to college and Olympic trial qualifiers.

As an assistant at Centenary College in Shreveport Louisiana, Coach Dustin oversaw the sprint group and dry-land training programs. During his tenure, he helped lead several individual and relay conference champions. While working at Centenary, Dustin was also the senior coach for the City of Shreveport Swim Team (COSST). There he produced numerous Louisiana State qualifiers, state champions, sectional qualifiers, high school all-Americans and junior national qualifiers.

Most recently, Coach Dustin worked with Cy-Fair Swim Club (Fleet) where he worked with various age groups. During his time at Fleet, he was an instrumental part of the club’s success at the age group, state and national levels. Coach Dustin helped produce several Gulf champs, tags, sectional, junior national and Olympic Trials qualifiers. In 2023, Dustin was named the Gulf LSC Age Group Coach of the Year. Coach Dustin grew up in Round Rock, Texas where he swam for Round Rock High School and Texas Gold. He swam collegiately for Centenary College of Louisiana, where he graduated with a BS in health and exercise science.

John McClure

Coach John McClure is a senior coach with the Dad’s Club Swim Team. He comes to us from Mansfield, TX, where he started swimming at the age of 6. Coach John swam competitively through college at Texas A&M, and he began coaching during his sophomore year of high school. Coach John has coached at every level of swimming, from novice, to national, to college. Most recently, he was the head coach of Heart of Texas Aquatics Team in Waco, TX. Coach John has coached several sectional, junior national and national qualifiers; national age group Top 10 swimmers; and one Olympic Trials qualifier. Coach John has a passion for teaching the sport of swimming and is very excited to help Dad’s Club to many more successful seasons.

Jenny Brown

Coach Jenny Brown is an age group coach with the Dad’s ClubSwim Team. Before focusing solely on competitive age group swimming, CoachJenny also worked with masters and outdoor education. Her experience with this wide range of ages and levels makes her one of our most well-rounded coaches.Coach Jenny grew up swimming competitively and was a collegiate swimmer at JohnBrown University in Siloam Springs, Arkansas. Coach Jenny has coached at TylerRose Aquatics and most recently at Katy Aquatics. She brings a passion for teaching the sport of swimming and is very excited to help Dad’s Club continue building on our success.

Leonel Dubon

Coach Leonel Dubon is an age group coach with the Dad’s Club Swim Team with more than 25 years of coaching experience. Throughout his long career, he has worked with all different ages and levels. Coach Leonel has developed countless Texas Age Group State (TAGS) qualifiers, with many becoming TAGS finalists and champions. He has also helped many of his swimmers qualify for sectionals and become nationally ranked in their age groups.

As a swimmer, Coach Leonel was part of the Guatemalan national team and later became one of their national team coaches. After immigrating to the U.S., he continued coaching with Alief Aquatic Club, where he worked with their age group swimmers. Before joining Dad’s Club, Coach Leonel was age group coach at Houston Swim Club, where he aided in the success of their age group program.

Jonathan Edwards

Coach Jonathan Edwards is an age group coach with the Dad’s Club Swim Team. Prior to coaching our competitive team, Coach Jonathan was one of our lead coaches for stroke and endurance in our swim lesson program. Jonathan has a wide knowledge of swimming, from beginner levels to more advanced competitive swimming. He grew up as a competitive swimmer in Gulf Swimming and went on to swim at Stanford University. Coach Jonathan was also a UIL state champion and competed at the 2012 U.S. Olympic trials.

Rushed Smith

Coach Rushed Smith taught swim lessons in our ‘Learn to Swim’ program for six years and coached our Spring Valley Dolphins swim team during the summers before joining the competitive team staff. He now coaches with the Dad’s Club year-round swim team. Coach Rushed has extensive experience working with a variety of levels and ages, and he’s certified in lifeguarding, first aid and CPR, and as a Water Safety Instructor and Life Guard Instructor. He attended Alief Taylor High School and graduated in the class of 2008.

Carlos Mcclerkin

Coach Carlos is an age group,senior, and masters coach with Dad’s Club Swim Team. Before joining Dad’s Club, Coach Carlos coached at the year round USA Swimming Harris County Aquatics Programand and has been the AWTY international school head swim coach for the past two years. He has also worked with our learn to swim program. The wide range of skill, age, and level Carlos has worked with make him one of our mostwell-rounded coaches. Carlos grew up as a competitive swimmer in the Gulf area and went on to swim collegiately at Southwestern Oregon University. After transferring, he graduated with a Bachelors of Arts in General Studies from Texas Southern University.

Jorge Mijares

Coach Jorge Mijares currently works with our morning masters groups. He is a passionate swim coach with over 15 years of coaching experience. He has worked with various levels and ages throughout his career. One of his areas of focus is working with adults and open water swimmers.

Coach Jorge began his competitive swimming career when he was six years old and continues swimming till this day. As a masters swimmer, he has participated at many national and international competitions. He is originally from Venezuela and currently holds several Venezuelan national masters records.

Coaches

(swim lessons)

Coach Eva

Coach Eva is the Aquatics Director for the Dad’s Club Aquatic Center. She started swimming at the age of 3 and never looked back. After mastering the butterfly in the baby pool, Coach Eva swam competitively from age 5 to 18. She joined Dad’s Club in 2007. As the aquatics director, Coach Eva understands that all children learn differently, and she works with her instructors and students on providing age- and skill- appropriate swim lessons for all. Coach Eva teaches swim lessons, coaches our STREAMLINE clinic and serves as head coach for the Spring Valley Dolphins. In addition to managing the Dad’s Club Swim Start program, she helped found the “Project Swim for Life” water safety and swim lesson program in the Spring Branch ISD and has been recognized by the district for her dedication to student wellness. Coach Eva attended Sam Houston State University, where she majored in kinesiology and minored in special education. She has been married for over 25 years and has three daughters, all of whom have worked at Dad’s Club.

Coach Van

Coach Van is a forever swimmer. He has been with the Dad's Club since he was 14. He began his Dad's Club career as a volunteer with our Summer League program, at 15 he became a lifeguard and then a swim instructor. Van started out his competitive swimming in summer league, he then joined Lutheran Hight North Swim Team where he was a TAPPS state qualifier his Freshman through Senior years. Van has coached several programs including; Sharpstown Swim Team, Blue Marlins (NWAL), Duchesne Academy and St. Thomas, and the Dad's Club USA Swim Team. Van loves teaching children and stroke instruction.

Coach Brianna

Coach Brianna has been swimming since the age of 4 and started competing at the age of 14. She has been a swim coach and swim instructor for several years working with teams such as NWAL Blue Marlins. She has taught a variety of students ranging from babies to adults. She works with our "Footprints" children and has experience with children on the spectrum, ADHD, and other special needs. Brianna’s specialty strokes are freestyle and backstroke. She is currently attending University of Houston Downtown and is working on a degree in healthcare. Coach Brianna is First Aid/ CPR/ AED trained. Hobbies are baking and reading. Favorite foods are wings and cantaloupe.

Coach Lexie

Coach Lexie is a long time swimmer who loves to teach swimming. She believes that all children should learn water safety and know how to swim. At Dad’s Club, Lexie coaches our Stroke and Endurance classes, and she teaches in the Swim Start program. Along with coaching, Lexie attends Sam Houston State University, where she is majoring in animal science. Lexie was a member of the Dad’s Club Swim team and  a UIL state qualifier for Memorial High School. Her motto since she was a young summer league, high school and USA swimmer is “JUST KEEP SWIMMING!”

Coach James

James was a High School swimmer, has been a seasonal lifeguard for 6 years and taught swim lessons for 3 years. He has worked for the City of Houston and the City of Corpus Christi. His hobbies are camping and swimming. James favorite foods are salmon and rice.

Coach Alisha

Alisha started competing on her local Summer League team, the Cypress Creek Cudas, when she was 5and fell in love with the sport. At the age of 7, she started year round swimming and joined FLEET.

Alisha became an extremely dedicated athlete, qualifying for TAGS multiple times when she was younger then going on to qualify for Sectionals when she was older.

At FLEET, she was able to move all the way up to the Elite group, and remaining competitive all the way through her Junior year in high school. After her Junior year, she decided to take a break from club swimming, but her love for the sport always remained with her.

At the age of 20, Alisha started teaching at the FLEET First swim school, instilling in her students a love and respect for the water. While teaching at FLEET, she got the opportunity to coach the Copper group for a few seasons and enjoyed seeing the love for the sport grow in her swimmers.

After FLEET, Alisha went on to teach at FINS for 4 years where she grew into one of their lead teachers,helping to train new hires. While there, she ran their Summer League program, helped to develop a program that would transition students to the club team, and helped to better organize the flow of the class structure.

After leaving FINS, Alisha came to Dad’s Club to teach where she has remained since. Alisha has taught all levels, from infant to competitive swimmers, as well as all ages. She strives to help all students develop a passion for swimming, and strongly believes that it is never to late to learn. Alisha likes to keep her lessons fun, while challenging each student to the best of their abilities.

At the age of 35 and a mom of 1 now, Alisha now swims for Masters Team at Dad’s Club, competing for fun and keeping her love for the sport alive.

Coach Connie

Coach Connie has been a Competitive Swim Coach and swim instructor for over 30 years. She is a certified Aquatics Fitness Instructor and was a university swim instructor. Coach Connie was a competitive swimmer.

Education:

BA Purdue University

MA Univ Santa Clara - Education


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