A graduate of Clear Creek High School in League City, Texas, and Texas A&M University, Head Coach Jordan Beck will be entering his 15th Season as Spartan Swimming Program's Head Swimming Coach in 2020-2021. After taking over the program in the fall of 2006 Coach Beck has grown the program from its earliest stages to the State recognized program it is today. Throughout his tenure, the Spartans have repeatedly placed at the UIL State Swimming and Diving Championships at all levels of their competition from its inception at the 4A level, to currently at the 6A level, with a State Runner-Up Girls Team finish at the 2008 State Championships and a 4th Place 6A Boys Team finish in 2019 and 6 other State Top 10 Finishes. The Spartan Teams have also been multiple District and Regional Team Champions during his tenure, SLHS has had 34 athletes sign to move onto Swimming at the Collegiate level, 14 Spartans have Medaled at the UIL State Meet including 4 as State Champions, have placed 40 Athletes on NISCA All-American lists, have had 196 Athletes named to the TISCA All-State teams, and have had multiple Teams be awarded NISCA Scholar Team Awards and Athletes named to All-American and All-State Academic Team Accolades.
TISCA District Coach of the Year: 2007, 2008, 2015, 2019
TISCA Region Coach of the Year: 2007, 2008, 2019, 2020
TISCA UIL 4A State Coach of the Year: 2008
Katy ISD Girls Coach of the Year: 2008
Mark Sweeso is a native of Brighton, Michigan and a graduate of Grand Valley State University who will be in his 5th Season as the Junior Varsity Coach for the Spartans in 2019-2020. Coach Sweeso began his coaching career Oak Pointe Country Club in Michigan where he started off as an assistant coach for one year before assuming the head coaching position. During his three years as head coach he helped grow the team from around 50 swimmers to over 120. After being offered a teaching and coaching position at Seven Lakes he moved from Michigan and have enjoyed the challenge of working with all the talented swimmers Seven Lakes has to offer. While at Seven Lakes Coach Sweeso has led his athletes to multiple medal placements at the Junior varsity level, has set the base for kids to move up to the Varsity program, and has helped develop Varsity athletes to successes at the District, Regional, and State levels as well.
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