Swim & Dive


Annie Price began swimming at 9 years old. She swam for the Kingsgate Royals and also competed for Juanita High School starting as a Freshman. Her swimming career ended due to injury - then began again as a coach. She has many years of High School coaching experience (Juanita and Woodinville Swim and Dive), began in 2006 as Woodinville High School's Girls Head Coach and in 2011 as the Boys Head Coach. She coaches within the Midlakes Swim League for the High Woodlands Dolphins. She has many years teaching strokes and skills for competitive swimming and has taught and coached ages ranging from infant to 70+ years; all levels of experience. She is a coach with high expectations of sportsmanship, team dedication and individual perseverance.

She is a Level 2 ASCA Certified Coach, and a member of WISCA. She was voted the 2012 KingCo Coach of the Year for the 4A Girls Swim and Dive season. 

She is currently working as a Para-Educator in Primary Behavioral Education for the Lake Washington School District. Her Degree in Early Childhood Education and interests in Psychology has sparked an interest seeking a degree in Behavioral Intervention in Elementary Education this Fall.

Off the pool deck (and sometimes on deck) Annie enjoys life with her son, Conor, and family. 

Diving Coach Deb Shelton has been involved in springboard diving for over 30 years, as a competitor and as a coach. Deb is from Pennsylvania and competed in swimming as well as diving in high school and college. She received her Bachelor of Science in Health and Physical Education with an emphasis in Kinesiology and Aquatics in 1981 and coached high school and college back east before marrying in 1985. After a twenty year hiatus from the sport to work alongside her husband, Deb has been coaching high school diving and directing diving camps in the Seattle area since 2005. She coaches divers from Inglemoor for the both the girls’ and guys’ seasons and also coaches the Bothell boy divers. Deb is excited to coach the Falcon girl divers this season.

Assistant Swim Coach

Travis Kochel