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Coaching Staff ē Men's Swimming

Scott McCall, Head Coach

Scott heads into his tenth year as head coach of the men's swimming program after 3 years of being the assistant. He has lead the Blue Devils to five BVC Championships and has been named BVC Coach of the year four times.  A Merced native he graduated from Merced high school in 1995. Scott lettered in swimming and water polo all four years and was a member of the 1994 CIF section championship water polo team.   He then went on to Merced College were he was an All American in water polo under Coach Bob Pollitt. After receiving his AA he transferred to University of Massachusetts at Amherst.   Scott played two years of water polo under Coach Russ Yarworth. During the two years Umass was the top team on the East coast winning the Eastern Championships in 1998 and making the NCAA final four.   Scott graduated from Umass with a BS in Exercise Science.

McCall began his coaching career under Ricardo Azevedo at Long Beach Shore Aquatics.   For two years he coached for Long Beach Shore and Millikan High school in Long Beach. While studying at CSULB he became a certified strength and conditioning specialist through the NSCA. Scott graduated from Long Beach with a MS in Kinesiology.

Contact Information
Menís Aquatics Office
(209) 384-6029

Ryan Randall, Assistant Coach

Ryan Randall will serve as Merced Collegeís Menís and Womenís Assistant swim coach in the Spring of 2014. Randall brings valuable experience in the sport of swimming to the Merced College swim program between 18 years of competition in the pool spanning 10 different states and 4 years of club coaching experience with the Merced Skimmers.

During his swim career at Merced High School, Randall was selected to the Academic All-Conference Team all 4 years, voted MVP by the team 3 out of 4 years, captured 7 individual Central California league titles out of 8 events (including 4 straight years in the 200yd freestyle), and swam multiple top 5 times in school as well as the Conferences history.

 After graduating from Merced High in 2011, Randall spent the next year and a half swimming for two Division II schools, the University of Findlay and Limestone College. During this time Randall swam multiple top 5 times in both schools history, made 3 finals at the 2012 Great Lakes Conference meet in Michigan, and achieved honor roll grades.

In the spring of 2013, Randall transferred to Merced College where he swam for Coach McCall. Randall found great success gaining 3 individual Bay Valley Conference titles, multiple top 5 times in school history, and All-America honors in the 1650 freestyle.

            Randallís recent experience competing in Division II swimming and coaching for the Merced Skimmers swim club will provide competitive insights to the athletes of the aquatic programs.