Billy Doughty took over the DART (Davis) program in the fall of 2009. Since 2009, Coach Billy has been named 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016 "SENIOR COACH OF THE YEAR" for Sierra Nevada LSC. DART in 2016 currently has swimmers on the USA Swimming National Team, USA National JR Team, and a swimmer on the World 100 ranking list.
In his time in Davis, the program has has produced multiple Olympic Trials qualifiers, multiple National and Junior National finalists, and several top team finishes at National level meets. The DART program has been awarded "Gold Medal" status in 2015, the "Silver Medal" in 2014 & 2013, and the "Bronze Medal" status in 2011 and 2012 from USA Swimming.
Prior to Davis, Billy has served as the Head Coach for City of Mobile Swim Association and as Head Site Coach for Palo Alto Stanford Aquatics.
Billy swam at Clemson University and for Huntsville Swim Association. He is married to Jen "Davis" with two young boys (JT & Will).
Carolee B Gregg
Head Age Group and Summerdart Coach
Carolee began coaching with Aquadarts as a UCD student in 1984. Her initial coaching career began at age 16, when she was an assistant coach with her hometown swim team in Quincy for six years. Carolee swam on summer swim teams throughout her youth, and competed for the UCD swim team in college. After graduating from college, Carolee was the head coach of the Greenhaven Swim Team in Sacramento for three years, and also coached the Kennedy High swim team. She has been coaching regularly with the Aquadarts since 1993 as an assistant coach. Carolee is the Head Age Group coach for Aquadarts and has been Head Coach of the Davis Summerdarts for the past 20 years also.
Carolee is married to Bill Gregg; he works at UCD and is also the Davis High School Cross Country and distance track coach. They have four children. Kaitlin is a UCD grad, where she competed on the XC and Track teams. She is married and lives in Providence, Rhode Island, where she is a grad student at Brown University and a professional distance runner. Brendan is a Stanford grad, where he competed in distance running on the XC and track teams. He is married, and runs professionally for the Hansons Brooks running team based in Michigan. Kallie was a swimmer and water polo player, and coaches with Summerdarts, as did her older siblings for many years. She is a Junior at Simmons College in Boston. Bryce swims with Aquadarts, and runs cross country and track, and is a Summerdart coach.
Trent K Richardson
Lead Senior 1 Coach
Trent Richardson has been a Davis Aquadart coach since 2013. Currently he is the lead group coach for Senior 1 and the sprint coach for Senior 2. During his tenure he has coached Aquadarts to numerous Far Western Championships, National top 20 age-group finishes and has placed a swimmer in the Western Zone Select Camp. Select Camp spots are given to the top 28, 12-13 year old girls, or 13-14 year old boys in the Western Zone.
Prior to 2013 Trent was head coach for the Diablo Country Club Sharks, a recreational summer team, and the head coach for Monte Vista High School. In 2012 the Diablo Sharks achieved the most improved team award in the Valley Swim Association. Under Trent’s coaching from 2011-2013 the Monte Vista Swim team achieved two top 10 finishes and a top 5 finish at the North Coast Section Championship. In 2012 the Monte Vista Men’s Varsity team finished their dual meet season with 7 wins and just 1 loss. During his tenure at Monte Vista Trent’s swimmers achieved 19 All-American qualifying times, this award is given to the top 100 swimmers/relays in the United States.
Born and raised in Hawaii on the island of Oahu, Trent first started swimming with the Waialua Swim Club with coach Bob Attwood. His senior year of high school, Trent trained with Iolani Swim Club under coach Brian Lee. After high school Trent swam for Diablo Valley College for Rick Millington and U.C. Davis under Pete Motekaitis where he was Captain of the men’s team in 2009. At U.C. Davis Trent was a Big West Conference Champion and remains a conference record holder. After finishing his swimming career at Davis, Trent was a Volunteer Assistant Coach with the Aggies when the Men's team went undefeated and won their first Big West Conference Championship in 2010.
Brandon Reed Miller
The Davis DART program would like to welcome Coach Reed Miller to the program. Coach Reed will start with the team on Monday, April 13th.
Reed Miller is a Mobile, Alabama, native. He graduated in 2014 from Wingate University with a degree in Finance. Miller swam four years as a Wingate Bulldog. He achieved All-America status twice in his collegiate career, and was an Academic All-America selection his junior and senior seasons. He was also selected by his teammates as a team captain his senior year.
Coach Reed Miller has been coaching with the City of Mobile Swim Association as the assistant senior coach and the 9-10 coach. He has also been coaching summer league swimming with Country Club of Mobile in which he was as assistant coach with Billy in 2009.
Coach Ray has been with the DART program since 2013. Ray
works primarily with the Senior level swimmers and specializes in
running our distance based workouts. Ray has seen DART
swimmers finish top 8 at JR Nationals since his arrival in Davis.
Ray has four children including Chris that is currently swimming
at the University of Arizona.
Age Group Coach
Jamie grew up in Davis swimming for the Aquadarts through high school. She started her coaching career with Summerdarts at 14 and after college and graduate school continued coaching year around. Jamie now runs the Dart Swim School, coaches age groupers and helps with Summerdarts.
Jamie has an undergrad degree in Child and Family Development and Masters degrees in Counseling and Social Work but enjoys her time by the pool the most. In her spare time she enjoys traveling, reading and hanging out with her boyfriend and dog.
Age Group Coach
Russell has been involved in competitive swimming since he was four
years old. He was a highly successful club swimmer for the Monterey
Bay Swim Club and a record holding high-schooler, but opted out of
collegiate swimming to pursue other athletic interests. Russell
began teaching swimming when he was fifteen, and he has taught and
coached every age of swimmer -- from the screaming infants to the
competitive age-groupers and the seasoned Masters. He currently is
the head coach of the Masters program at the Davis Athletic Club.
From his experience comes a passion and dedication to the