Regina Moss

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Regina Moss swam for Rice University 1985 - 1989, while she earned two B.A.'s -one in political science, and one in Kinesiology/Health. She made All-American Division II on two relays her freshman year. Moss was awarded a NCAA post-graduate scholarship to UT-Austin and received a Master's in Athletic Management in 1991. She has been coaching swimming, teaching government, AP government and economics since 1996 at Richardson High School. She feels that her most gratifying coaching experiences have been when she has inspired her athletes, be they 5, 15 or 55 years old, to believe in themselves and to love swimming. She currently trains with the JJPearce group and started coaching and swimming for DAM 1999.

[edit] Dallas Aquatic Masters

DAM or the Dallas Aquatic Masters is one of the largest masters swimming teams in the world. Co-founded and co-owned by Bobby Patten and Olympic champion Jim Montgomery, it is a year-round adult swimming team geared towards swimming in the pool and open bodies of water for fitness, fun and competition. DAM offers expertly designed adult group swim programs and adult private lessons to suit the needs of adults of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds.

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