18000 Central Park Circle, Boyds MD 20841. 240.777.6830
Site Administrator - Jonathan Smink
Administrative Coach - Bill Shechtman
Germantown Indoor Swim Center
RMSC is a year-round, United States of America Swimming (USAS) affiliated, age group and senior swim team. The team competes through Potomac Valley Swimming (PVS), which is our local swim committee (LSC) for USAS. RMSC offers a rewarding training and competitive experience to swimmers of all ability and interest levels through a schedule of flexible practice times.
Swimmers new to the program must attend a skill assessment and group placement evaluation at the pool of their choice the first week of practice. Coaches will assign practice groups depending on skill level. Newcomers may not begin to practice with their designated group until all registration forms have been completed and all fees have been paid in full. Entry into advanced level groups is available by coaches' invitation only. Those who participated in the program last year may register only for the group with which they practiced last year. No swimmer may change group assignment unless instructed by coach.
RMSC - GISC Team Information
Registration - The majority of registration information can be found on our flier. If you are transferring clubs please click Here to visit the PVS website and complete the online athlete transfer form.
Meet Entry Procedures -
Meet announcements are posted on the RMSC bulletin board with entry due dates. Coaches will email their groups with a registration forms. Swimmers are to fill out the form and submit it.
Meet the RMSC-GISC Lead Coaches
National Training Group
National Development Group
It all began in the year of 1987. Not only did the Washington Redskins end up winning the Super Bowl, but Ryan Yuen was born.Ryan began working with RMSC in the fall of 2010 as an assistant coach. While primarily with the Advanced Senior group, he also assisted with the Mini, Junior, Advanced Junior and Senior groups. In the spring of 2011, he became the head coach of the Advanced Senior group.
In addition to RMSC, Ryan has been a long time member of the MCSL. After swimming with the Middlebridge Marlins, for 13 years, he immediately took over the head coach position after graduating. He coached at Middlebridge for 6 years until he took his talents over to King Farm in 2013. Ryan was a 4 year varsity swimmer for John F. Kennedy High School as well as a member of the Towson University Men's Swim Team.
Christine Marie Troilo (Crissi) comes from the suburbs of Pittsburgh, PA. Born on September 24, 1959 in a small town called Vandergrift, PA, presently residing in Frederick, MD. A graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania where she received a B.S. in Elementary Education as well as an M.Ed. in Early Childhood Education. She also participated on the Varsity Women's Swimming team at IUP in 1978-1980.
Crissi began her teaching career at St. Gertrude Catholic School from 1981-1999, serving as Assistant Principal in the last 2 years. Presently, she teaches fifth grade at Rachel Carson Elementary School in Gaithersburg, MD. This is her 34th year teaching. Crissi began my coaching career as a summer league coach in 1977 and coached that team until she left in 2000. From 1981-1996, she coached boys and girls varsity swimming at Kiski Area High School in Pennsylvania serving as an assistant from 1981-1984 and taking over as head coach in 1984. In 1986, Crissi became the founder and head coach of The Cavalier Swim Club, a United States Swimming sanctioned age group team producing several All Star swimmers, state finalists & champions, and national-level swimmers including national finalists. She had the honor of representing Allegheny Mountain Swimming Zone Team as a coach on 3 different occasions. Presently a certified level 3 coach by the National Swim Coaches Association. I started coaching for RMSC in 2008.
Also, she is an avid Pittsburgh Sports Fan.
Doug has coached at all levels within the RMSC Program. He has coached the NDG group with Pat Tozzi for the past 6 years and will continue to coach that group as well as lead juniors. He has coached Masters Swimming, The University of Maryland Club Team and has been the US National Maccabi Team Coach at 2 Pan American Games and 2 World Games. His international experience has allowed him to work with Olympians, Olympic Trial Qualifiers and Finalists, NCAA Champions and National Qualifiers. He also has produced a few National #1 age group rankings, many top 20 rankings, spring and summer zone team members, sectional qualifiers and junior national qualifiers in his time at RMSC. He has also had the privilege to work with many top and knowledgeable coaches both homegrown and from around the world.
Doug started swimming at age 3, in a salt water pool in Puerto Rico and just kept going. He grew up swimming for RMSC. He swam in the National Training Group starting at age 14. Doug swam JUCO for 1 year where he was a multi-event conference champion and won a conference team championship. He completed his swimming career at East Carolina University as a 2 time Academic All American 2 time conference team championships. Beyond college, in and out of the water swimming US Masters and recently started training for the 4.4 mile bay bridge swim in 2014.
Swimming is his passion and he bring that on the deck with him every day. It has been an enormous part of his life and lessons learned have helped him through life on and off the deck. His hope is to help your children begin a path in this sport that will last them a lifetime.
Staci has been with RMSC for two years now, not only as lead coach of Seniors, but also helping with Juniors and Minis. Swimming has been apart of Staci's life for as long as she can remember and began her coaching career at the age of 17, where she became head coach for her summer team, North Lake. Although never a winter swimmer, Staci swim for her high school and for her summer team until she was 18. While at the University of Maryland, she also swam for the club team.
Staci graduated from the University of Maryland in 2012 with a Bachelors of Arts in Criminology and Criminal Justice, but after graduating couldn't give up coaching. She is now heading back to school to get her teaching certification and continue her love of coaching. Staci looks forward to being on deck each and every day and bringing her love of the sport to the kids. She is excited to be coaching with RMSC and help transfer the love of the sport to the kids in the club!