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Head Coach

Jorge Huerta

Coach Huerta is proud to have served the Humble/Atascocita area for the last 15 years as a competitive and recreational swim coach. He is has been the Assistant Coach for swimming and the Head Coach for diving at Atascocita High School since 2011. During this time, Coach H. has worked to create a foundation of swim excellence that has produced numerous state and regional champions and state qualifiers. He was named 2015-2016 District Diving Coach of the Year. 

Coach Huerta has also been a part of the Eagle Swimming Association coaching staff for the past 11 years. As a competitive Age Group Head Coach, he has helped to develop many swimmers that have won regional, state and national championships. 

Coach H’s philosophy of swimming is simple. Coach the person, not the sport. Working to develop a swimmer is more than just teaching skill and technique. It is about helping an athlete to develop a growth mindset so that they are always listening, reflecting and improving. “Coaching is unlocking people’s potential to maximize their own performance.” ― John Whitmore

Email: coach@fallcreekflyingfish.com

Assistant Coaches

  • Jadzia Correa 
    • Coach Jadzia started swimming by the age of three. At age five she also practiced Diving. She participated in Aqua Coop in Puerto Rico in 2009-2010. In July 2010 she moved to Texas. With the swim season over she waited until summer 2011 to swim again. That is how she became a Flying Fish. She pursued other sports during 7th and 8th grade. In high school she returned to swimming, the sport she most enjoyed. In 2016 she was Team Captain for the girls swim team in Summer Creek High School. During this time she also worked with aquatic advisors as a swim instructor. Coaching for FCFF and teaching swim lessons has given her the chance to teach children. Today as an Assistant Coach for her third season she shares her most powerful secret: “It’s not worth the swim unless you enjoy it”. She teaches the way she learned, in a friendly and fun way. Building a child that has confidence and enjoys what he does makes the best team.
      “Victory is in having done your best. If you’ve done your best, you have won” - Bill Bowerman

  • Miriam Huerta 
    • Miriam huerta bring approximately 12 years of swimming experience to the team as a swimmer for Eagle swimming association and a swimmer for Atascocita high school. She has been attending Lone star college for her Associates in Applied Science and will attend Texas A&M University in the fall of 2019.She has volunteered to coach for the Atascocita high school swim clinic that is held every year and has taught private swim lessons for the past 4 years and has been a lifeguard for 5 years in total.
  • Daniel Smith
    • This is Daniel's first year as a coach for the flying fish.  He began his career as a swimmer for this very same team.  He brings to the table, knowledge acquired through 12 years of competition at various levels and as a former UIL 6A State Championship qualifier.  Daniel is currently taking a leave of absence from Harvey Mudd College and the C-M-S college swim team.  He plans to resume his studies and swimming career in the fall.
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