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2016 Season

February 5
Waterman Pentathlon (Palomar)
1 pm

Feb 6
Waterman Relays (Palomar)
9 am

February 19
SCC Pentathlon (Cerritos)
12 pm

February 20
SCC Diving
(El Camino)
12 pm

February 25-27
MtSAC Invitational
12 pm/12 pm/9 am

March 4
Rio Hondo/LA Trade Tech (Rio Hondo)
12:30 pm

March 11-12
Chaffey Invitational (home)
1 pm/9 am

March 18
PCC/El Camino (home)
12:30 pm

March 25
Mt SAC/Long Beach (Mt SAC))
12:30 pm

April 1
Cerritos/ELAC (Cerritos)
women's team only
12:30 pm

April 8-9
Pasadena Invitational
8 am/9 am

April 21-23
SCC Diving Championships
10 am/3:30 pm

Mike Dickson

Mike Dickson
Coach - Men's Swimming & Diving

For over 38 years Mike Dickson has guided Chaffey College’s aquatics programs, coaching some top notch swimmers and water polo players. Dickson started at Chaffey College as the men’s and women’s swim coach along with the men’s water polo coach. During his nine seasons as Panther water polo, coach Dickson led them to a conference championship in 1980 along with entries into 2 Southern California Water Polo Championship tournaments.

Chaffey College has won swimming titles for men’s in 1984, 1985, 1990, 1991, 1994, 1995, 2007 and 2012.. The women won conference championships in 1983, 1984, 1989, 1990, 1994 and 1995.

"We need to have good high schools and a good, competitive facility," said Dickson about running a successful swimming program. "We need to be able to draw in the club swimmers."

Dickson has been blessed with more than his share of talented swimmers. In the past 38 years Panther swimmers have earned over 150 individual or relay All-American rankings. 

When Dickson recruits swimmers he talks about the benefits of attending a community college. Another selling point is that Chaffey College as its own academic counselor for athletes and they receive priority registration for their first three semesters.

Born in Spokane, Washington,  Dickson and his family moved to Montclair when he was seven. He graduated Montclair High in 1967 and competed primarily as a diver.

In 1968 and 1973 Dickson dove for the Panthers swim team under the direction of Chaffey College Hall of Fame coach Howard Theurer. During the intermittent years Dickson served in the U.S. Army, stationed in Germany. He came back to Cal Poly Pomona, where he dove in 1974. Dickson coached various levels of swimming and diving for Montclair High between 1967 and 1978.

In addition to coaching local swimmers up to Olympic Trials, Mike was also a coach for the Indonesian National Team for several years. He has had the opportunity to coach with other international level coaches and work with swimmers who were competing on the international level. Many of his swimmers competed in the Southeast Asian Games and Pan-Pacific Games. 

Coach Dickson and his wife of 38 years Bonni, live in Rancho Cucamonga. They have two adult children who have given them several grandchildren to be with and spoil whenever possible.

In his spare time Dickson likes to collect dust jackets from the lat 1930s and early 1940s. He likes to travel as he’s hitch hiked across Europe and also thumbed his way from California to New York.

Jason Bradbury
Assistant Coach - Men's Swimming

Jennifer Moon-SpaldingJason Bradbury starts his second year as the assistant coach for the men’s swimming and diving team. Jason comes to Chaffey with an extensive background in both high school coaching and club coaching.

He was the Yucaipa High School water polo coach from 2008 – 2013 and Beaumont High School swimming coach from 2008 - 2013.  He has been a USA Swimming coach since 1995. He was the Yucaipa Swim Team Head Coach from 1999 – 2014 and is the current head coach for Moreno Valley Aquatics.

Jason has coached 29 CIF champions, 2 national high school record holders, 11 junior national swimmers and 6 national swimmers. In addition, he has coached 3 swimmers who qualified for and competed in the USA Olympic Trials. Two of these swimmers made semi-finals in their events and one swimmer, Trevor Hoyt, made finals in the 2012 Olympic Trials in the 200 meter breaststroke. Trevor continues to train with Jason and has already qualified for this year’s Olympic Trials.

Jason is married to Adonnia, who teaches at Beaumont High School and they reside in Beaumont with their 3 children.

Breck WeinyBreck Weiny
Assistant Coach Women's Swimming

Coach Weiny joined Chaffey College Water Polo in 2014. Weiny was a player for both Riveside Water Polo and Yucaipa High School. As a high school player he was chosen for the Division VI All-CIF 1st Team in 2003, Division VI All-CIF 2nd team in 2002, and San Andreas All-League 1st team in both 2002 and 2003.

Weiny’s coaching experience includes Head Girls Coach/Assistant Boys Coach, Beaumont High School 2009-2012. The Beaumont Cougars were 2011 CIF Division VI Water Polo Champions and Mountain Pass League Champions from 2010 to 2012. He also was the Head Coach/Program Coordinator for Yucaipa Water Polo Club 2009 to 2013, Head Girls Coach, Yucaipa High School 2012-2013, Head Coach/Aquatics Director, Corona Centennial High School 2013-2014 and Head Coach/Program Coordinator, Eastvale Water Polo Club 2013-2014. 

Outside of Chaffey College, Weiny is currently the head coach for the 16 and under girls and assistant coach for the 18 and under boys at Foothill Club and referees high school water polo games. Additionally, Weiny works in the Olympic Development Program as a coach for the Developmental and Youth levels.

Coach Weiny’s educational background includes a B.A. in English Literature from California State University, San Bernardino and a M.A. in Coaching and Athletic Administration from Concordia University, Irvine.


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