Dylin has been an active member of the swim team since her freshman year. She has a great passion for swimming and constantly looks to improve her technique to get faster in the pool. Dylin is one of those unique swimmers who likes to swim butterfly, sometimes swimming a mile of the stroke during practice! As captain, she looks forward to unifying the team more and making everyone feel welcome. She wants to help others find the love she has for swimming.
Out of the pool, Dylin participates in student government and the National Honors Society. She is also a member of the International Baccalaureate Program and the Finance Academy.
Her hobbies include baking (especially cookies for the team) and crafts.
After high school, Dylin wants to attend Florida State University and study to become a medical doctor.
Jason is a fourth-year Creek swimmer who has been swimming competitively for the last decade. He is excited to use his position as captain to lead, support, and inspire his fellow swimmers. Alongside swimming, Jason enjoys weightlifting and is a Volusia County Beach Lifeguard.
One of his goals as captain is to make all Creek swimmers feel included and bring the team together as a family. He is always ready to encourage other swimmers and is practicing positive reinforcement during practices. Jason enjoys all team bonding and fundraising activities and can always be counted on to come early and stay late. He is interested in encouraging new swimmers and fellow lifeguards to become part of our Creek swimming family.
Additionally, Jason is a member of the International Baccalaureate Program and is interested in attending the University of Florida or the University of North Florida. He plans to major in engineering or biochemistry.
Jordan is a four-year Creek swimmer who loves meeting new people and helping out whenever he can. He is outgoing and does his best to make everyone feel welcomed and have a good time. He intends to encourage everyone to be the best swimmers they possibly can be. His nature allows him to motivate, cheer on, and help other swimmers achieve their goals.
Jordan has big goals this season. He wants the team to dominate among all local high schools, and he wants to make it to the state level.
Jordan is in the International Baccalaureate Program at Spruce Creek and also in the Finance Academy. His future college plans include a major in Finance and a master's degree in Business Management. In his free time, Jordan works as a Volusia County Beach Lifeguard.
Maris joined the team her sophomore year and is now a third-year Creek swimmer and has been part of the District team for two years.
She has been a dedicated swimmer for nine and a half years! When Maris is not in the pool, she works at Coastal Grill and Raw Bar, hits the beach with her friends, and enjoys spending time with family.
Maris' goal is to make everyone feel welcomed, just as she was when she moved here. She has experienced many wins and losses throughout her career and knows having your teammates there to hold your head high no matter your swims' outcome makes it so much better! Maris wants to make sure every new swimmer is paired with a returning swimmer to get acclimated to the team; this "buddy system" will support the new swimmers during practices and swim meets alike. Maris is excited about this season. She looks forward to helping create and maintain a fun-filled, team-spirited, and most importantly, positive environment.
She wants to continue her swimming career in college.
Maris's favorite subject is math which will come in handy since she plans to earn her degree in Finance and Business Administration while earning a minor in Accounting. She is eager to see what the future has in store for her.