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Women's Swimming and Diving: Our Coaches

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Scott Decker, Women's Head Coach

Scott Decker started his coaching career in 1984 at UC Davis as an assistant coach for the Women's Water Polo Program. During the next four years, he assisted then, and current, Head Coach Jamey Wright until he graduated in 1987. Upon graduation in 1987, Scott Decker was hired as the Men's Water Polo and Men's and Women's Swimming Coach at El Camino HS in Sacramento. Over the next 10 years, Decker guided the Eagles Water Polo Teams to over 200 victories during his tenure, and was twice named Capital Athletic League Coach of the Year (1991 and 1995).

Scott Decker

Big 8 Conference Coach of the Year 2016

(916) 660-8112
sdecker@sierracollege.edu

Michelle Berrios, Assistant Coach

Michelle Berrios is an alumni of Sierra College. Berrios played water polo and swam under Coach Scott Decker for two years (2009-2010). She was an All American in multiple events as a swimmer both years and made the 2010 All State Team in water polo her sophomore year.

After graduating Sierra with an AA in Social Science, she continued to swim and play water polo at Notre Dame College of Ohio in Cleveland. Michelle received her bachelor’s in Psychology and in pursuit of her Masters in Psych as well.

Michelle has been coaching swimming and polo for over 15 years. She coached for 14 years with the Rollingwood Rockets. Berrios is now the Head Coach for the Fair Oaks Dolphins.

Coach Berrios

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