Coach Amber Noll
Assistant Head Coach
Amber was born in York, PA. She began competitively swimming at age 8 for the Rainbow Hills Swim Team in Harrisburg. After returning to the York area, she competed for the Northeastern Bobcat Swim Club until age 12. As she continued to progress in swimming, she moved to a year-round USA swim team, The York Bearcats, coached by Greg Bryant. The team eventually changed names and linked up with North Baltimore Swim Club, at Crispus Attucks location. During her first two years of high school, she swam for Northeastern Bobcats, and then changed sports to field hockey for her remaining years of high school.
Amber currently lives in York with her husband, Jason and their two children, Reese and Greysen. Amber comes from a family of competitive swimmers. Her younger brother swam for the US Naval Academy and set numerous records during his 17-year swimming career. Her daughter, Reese is a 3rd generation family swimmer. She credits her love of the sport to her Mom, who also swam competitively for 13 years and to the coach who helped shape her, Greg Bryant.
Coach JIm Gingerich
Jim’s love for swimming began at the York YMCA. He took swim lessons there and at the age of ten started swimming competitively. Jim swam for the York YMCA for the next eight years. During high school he also swam for William Penn Senior High School, and then he went on to swim for Elizabethtown College. Jim was an All-American swimmer in both high school and college.
For more than forty years Jim has coached swimming at various levels. At the high school level he has coached YAIAA and District 3 champions as well as All-State, All-American, and Academic All-American swimmers. Since 2011 he has been the head varsity swim coach at Central York High School.
Jim is married and has three children and four grandchildren.