This spring our SFC Women's Waterpolo program added another coaching assistant to help our athletes reach their personal and team goals. In their last full season as a team, our water loving Eagles were crowned CIF D3 Champions. This year, they moved up a division and seek to retain their success at the D2 level.
Take a minute to learn more about our new on campus teacher and WP assistant coach, Morgan Brown.
“My love for the aquatic sports began when I was on the middle school dive team. In my freshman year of high school I was introduced to the sport of water polo. I competed on the swim and water polo team during my time at Fallbrook. I was part of many league championships and CIF Titles (2010-2014). After high school, I knew my time with water polo and swimming wasn't done. I continued playing water polo and was on the swim team again at Palomar College making it to state championships for both the water polo and swim events. My swim events were the 200 butterfly, 200 medley, and 100 butterfly. I was on state championship relay teams for the 200 freestyle relay and 400 freestyle relay(2014-2017). Once my college athletic career came to an end I decided to start coaching back at Fallbrook High School for their water polo and swim programs.
Recently, a good friend of mine recommended SFC to me as a potential place to work . I submitted an application just to see if they had any positions available and within a week I was hired as a lower school instructional aid. After becoming an employee at SFC I started talking to the Athletic Department about a possible coaching position. Everything happened so fast and I didn't want to let a good thing pass me by. I know that even though it wasn't in my immediate plan, I had full trust in the Lord he was sending me somewhere my heart needed to be. I knew that by accepting a job at SFC I was going to be part of something bigger than I could ever imagine for my career. I get to work alongside Godly brothers and sisters everyday and encourage children in their faith journey. I wanted to be part of a community that truly cared about me and valued personal relationship with God as much as I did. I wanted to have a group of people to look after me, hold me accountable, and encourage me in life.
I'm really looking forward to creating lifelong relationships within the SFC family. I'm excited to further my career in SFC athletics and be a positive influence on young athletes. I feel so blessed and fortunate to live in a country where I have the freedom and privilege to go to work everyday, share my love for the Lord, and pour into the hearts of young children and athletes.”
Please take a minute to introduce yourself and welcome Morgan to our community.