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Teagan Betancourt

Gold Team Coach

Teagan began swimming when she was 10 years old while her mom was the head coach of the team. She competed with the team through her senior year of high school and has never been able to leave the sport!

Since graduation, she has coached for teams in Colorado, Montana, Virginia, and California from Novice level to Collegiates as well as Masters. Teagan spent a few years working with USA Artistic Swimming as a camp manager for camps out of the country such as Spain and Italy. 

Synchro is her passion and she is very excited to pass that passion on to the future generations

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Andrea Haupert

Purple Team Coach

Andrea started synchro at age 7 with the South Suburban Tarpons in southeast Colorado. At age 10, she moved to the Heather Ridge Aurorians where she competed until she was 17 years old (the Tarpons and the Aurorians eventually merged to form Rocky Mountain Splash). During her competitive years, Andrea competed nationally at National Age Group (NAG) and Junior Olympics, taking her 14-15 duet all the way to Finals at NAG and placing in the top 10. She was also a member of the Olympic “C” Team -- a traveling team which promoted synchronized swimming in the Olympic Games.


She still competes with the Rocky Mountain Splash Masters who have taken 1st place in their category multiple years in a row!

At age 14, she coached the summer league team at Crestmoor Community Association in Denver and continued to coach there for 5 years. Her coaching career continued in Des Moines, Iowa with the Des Moines Aquamaids during her college breaks. When she graduated from college and moved to Arizona, she became Head Coach at Scottsdale Synchro where she stayed for 3 years before moving back to Colorado and coaching at Skyline Acres during her summer breaks from teaching.

Andrea’s coaching philosophy is to instill a love of the sport first and success will follow. She tries to create a fun atmosphere at every practice and stays tuned in to the energy she gets back from the girls to make sure she’s on the right track.

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Janee Mauney

Silver Team Coach

Janee began synchronized swimming at age 8 with the Des Moines Aquamaids. She swam with the Aquamaids for 10 years, competing at the local, regional, and national levels.  


When she moved to Denver in 2001, she met a Splash mom that introduced her to the team and she started coaching the 12 & unders.  After a few years, she left coaching to focus on raising her family and now that they are teenagers, she is back with Splash to work with the Sparkle and Silver teams.  


Janee works in the technology field and enjoys spending her free time with her husband, kids and their 3 dogs. 


Synchronized swimming had such a positive impact on her life since childhood and she is excited to help the little Splash swimmers develop their swimming skills and passion for the sport.


Emma Willing

Gold Team Coach

Emma began swimming in the 3rd grade when she first saw a flier with a Star Float pattern and quickly fell in love with the sport. She swam competitively for 15 years, starting on the Keuka Kokanees in New York. Continuing on after high school she swam 4 years at Wheaton College as a 3 year Captain and 4 year All-Collegiate Swimmer. Swimming was always a part of her life and 3 months after graduating college she quickly started coaching after moving across the country to Colorado.


Artistic Swimming has such a powerful impact on our swimmer's life and seeing the children gain confidence and strength through the year is the most rewarding side of our sport. Synchro truly is the most team-oriented sport there is and we as coaches must build strong swimmers that will excel through difficult circumstances. 


Ella Reintsma

Teal Team Coach

Coach Ella was a competitive artistic swimmer for 10 years, starting out with her home team of Northern Colorado Synchro (now YMCA Orcas). She consistently qualified for and attended events such as US National Team trials, Junior Olympics and US Nationals- even placing 1st in the team routine event with her fellow Junior team members at JO's 2015.


Ella's coaching philosophy is to value swimmers not only as athletes, but as whole individuals- building them to their highest potential both physically and mentally,  both in & out of the pool. As a coach, Ella believes her responsibilities are not only teaching technical skill and improving athletic performance, but also helping build + encourage lifelong confidence, follow through on commitments, creative expression, communication skills, and teamwork.

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Miranda Bow

Teal Team Coach

Coach Miranda started swimming when she was 9 years old. She found the sport through Girl Scouts when a mom from another troop was sequining a swim suit. She went to a try it one day and was hooked. Her younger twin sister joined her and a month later they competed at their first meet!


Miranda is a middle school teacher and has an amazing supportive husband and son. She previously swam at the University of Arizona and competed at high levels in the sport, taking second at the National Championship with her team.


She has coached for Splash since she was 14 years old; and, has coached for a total of 18 years. She is grateful for her amazing experience swimming for RMS and is glad she can pass on her love of the sport!


JoJo Haupert

Silver Team Coach

JoJo began swimming with Rocky Mountain Splash at age 8. She competed for 8 years, culminating her competitive career with multiple appearances at US Nationals and Junior Olympics. In her final competitive year, she was elected to be a USASA Athlete Representative for the North Zone.


Her coaching career began with the Splash Masters team where she worked to corral former coaches and highly-decorated former athletes to a 1st place title at the US Masters Nationals. From there, she began coaching full-time with the Novice swimmers at Splash. She loves coaching so much that she also coaches in the off-season with the summer club team at Crestmoor Community Association in Denver. She loves working with beginners because she knows that she can instill a love of the sport at an early age and create a special bond that will carry them through their competitive career.

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