Assistant Coach Men's/Women's Squash
Alison Swain '01 is the Ephs men's and women's JV squash coach and also serves as an assistant coach to Zafi Levy with both Eph varsity squash teams.
Swain's primary assignment is as head coach of women's tennis.
Swain was a four–year letter winner in tennis for the Ephs and a member of the first Williams team to win the NCAA title in 2001.
At Williams Swain was named All-NESCAC, a Scholar-Athlete
All-American and was the recipient of the Torrence M. Hunt
dedication award and the Bourne-Chaffee sportsmanship award.
Swain earned a B.A. with high honors in American Studies, Race and Ethnicity at Williams.
In the fall of 2001 Swain joined the humanities faculty at Woodward Academy in College Park, GA, where she also coached tennis. The 2004 Woodward Academy team finished second in Georgia in AAAA play, their highest finish ever.
In 2005 Swain earned a certificate in Education for Environment and Community from IslandWood, A School in the Woods where she spent a year as a residential field instructor. She continued on to the University of Washington to complete her Master's in Education.