Princess Anne Piranhas Swim Team

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Welcome to the home of the Princess Anne Piranhas Swim Team! This is your resource for meet schedules, results and coach information. Have a great season!

​​​Meet Your Coaches

Brandon Guevara Brandon Guevara

Brandon Guevara is from Virginia Beach and has been swimming for a long time. Brandon began swimming at age 6 with the Princess Anne Piranhas. At age 10 Brandon began swimming for the local club swim team ODAC. Brandon continued swimming, and swam for his high school team, until he graduated from Kellam High School. Brandon recently graduated from Virginia Tech and is currently a student as Eastern Virginia Medical School. Brandon has been a water safety instructor for six years and this will be his second year coaching. Brandon is excited to start coaching this year and he hopes that his swimmers end up loving the sport of swimming as much as he does.

Andie LaheyAndie Lahey
This is Andie's first year coaching with us. She is a native of Virginia Beach who swam all four years at Kellam High School. Andie attended George Mason University and is a lifeguard supervisor at Sandbridge in the summer. She is an EMT-B and enjoys surfing in her free time. Her advice to swimmers is to "work hard, try your best, and have fun!"

​Coming Soon!!

​Kaitlyn Childs​Kaitlyn Childs

Kaitlyn was born and raised right here in Virginia Beach and has no plans on leaving. Kaitlyn is a graduate of Old Dominion University where she earned her Bachelor's degree in Exercise Science. She has been working for the City of Virginia Beach for nearly a decade now and is really excited to be a swim league representative for the Piranhas. Throughout the years she has been a lifeguard, water safety instructor, lifeguard training instructor, swim league coach, water polo coach and now a Recreation Specialist as of April 2017. Kaitlyn has a wealth of experience coaching in both aquatic and non-aquatic environments.  Kaitlyn likes to spend her spare time being outdoors with friends and family, playing tennis and taking her two fur babies to the local dog parks. Kaitlyn's advice for the Princess Anne Piranhas is, "Attendance is very important in order to improve. Have fun, but work hard while you do it and always show integrity and sportsmanship."


Princess Anne Swim League Supervisors: Kaitlyn Childs

Swim League Coordinator: Karen Connolly