Pat Toner holds a Master's degree in Administration, Supervision, and Curriculum and a Bachelor's degree in Secondary Education and Social Science. Pat was the Head Coach of swimming and water polo for 33 years of his teaching career in Miami Dade County and was named Coach of the Year several consecutive times by the Miami Herald. Pat coached his teams to numerous individual and state titles and had the privilege to coach national and world record holders.  He continues to utilize his coaching abilities with the TCA H2O Kats because of his passion for children and the sport of swimming.

Kerry-Jane known as Coach KJ on poolside, moved from England in 2008 was a top swimmer and athlete through out her high school and university years.  She has a Bachelors degree in Interior Design and Fashion, but rekindled her love of the sport, when her husband passed away in 1999. KJ is a certified ASA Swimming Coach/Teacher for ages from 8 Months to Adults, Aqua Aerobics Instructor specialized in special populations (Physical and mental Handicaps),  She was also the Vice Chairperson (1999-2005) of Evesham Swimming Club, Coaching/Managing the financial transaction of a not-for-profit organization of 600 swimmers from 4 years to Adult where she organized 3-4 major swim meets each year involving 10 other clubs and up to 1000 plus people. KJ is THRILLED to be on 'deck' with Pat(and Darla) Toner. the coaches and the kids!

Christopher Seidle began his love for the sport of swimming as a member of the North Miami Senior High School swim team where he was the Captain of the team. Chris also was the Waterpolo Captain and continued to swim for Miami Dade Community College while studying music theory. His love for the sport of waterpolo continued as he played on a men's water polo team until 1999 and competed in Senior Nationals. Chris's love of water didn't end at the pool, he was also a beach lifeguard in Miami Beach, continued coaching with AAU Swimming for North Miami Swim Team in early 90's, coached water polo in late 90's for high school aged children, worked as a boat captain in the Keys '97 and 99, has completed many triathlons and still swims regularly.

Christine Raininger is a 23 year old recent graduate of Boise State University where she studied Environmental Sustainability and was a captain of their three time conference champion women's swim team. She is now in Florida working as an environmental technician in the state parks. In her spare time she likes to surf, bike and hike. She has been a competitive swimmer since age 7, reaching finals at Sr. National meets and winning the 400 IM (twice) and 200 fly events in two NCAA Div. 1 Conferences during college. She looks forward to having fun and passing on great swimming skills to the TCA swimmers!