Lauren Huss becomes Beachside’ girls’ swim head coach

ST. JOHNS – It had only been a few days since Lauren Huss finished up her swim coach duties for St. Johns County Summer Swim League. Yet, she was already anxious to start working again.

Luckily, she has a new role and won’t have to wait until next summer to coach again

“I’m really excited to get to work,” said Huss, who is Beachside’s girls swimming head coach. “I’ve only had a week off and I can’t wait to get back to it.”

She expects many of the athletes she coached during the summer league to try out for her team this year – a tradition she plans to establish and continue as she resumes her duties as the swim league coach.

The summer league has helped her start constructing the foundation of her new program but she still has a lot of work to do.

The Record caught up with Huss to chat about her new role, expectations and her swim career at Bartram.

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ML: How has your time as a summer swim coach impacted your rapport with St. Johns County athletes?

LH: I have a really good relationship with a lot of the kids. I’m the youngest and they all feel like my younger siblings. We have really good rapport. They trust me and I believe in them. That’s like everything to being a good coach.

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