Harvard Adds Alumna Geordie Enoch to Staff as Assistant Coach

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Harvard Adds Alumna Geordie Enoch to Staff as Assistant Coach

Harvard has promoted alumna Geordie Enoch to a full-time assistant coaching role after two seasons as a volunteer coach, the school announced Wednesday.

Enoch joins the staff of head coach Amanda Kulik. She helped the Crimson capture the 2022 Ivy League women’s title and finish second in 2023, working primarily with the distance and middle-distance groups.

“We are thrilled to have Geordie step into the role as assistant women’s swimming and diving coach,” Kulik said in a university statement. “She brings a wealth of experience and wisdom as a former Harvard student, co-captain, Ivy League champion and Olympic Trials qualifier! She strives for excellence in all areas of her life and she will continue to be a fabulous mentor and leader. Geordie’s passion to empower the women of HWSD in and out of the pool is unparalleled. I am beyond grateful to have her join our staff!”

Enoch graduated from Harvard in 2018 and earned her master’s in education from there a year later. She won Ivy League team titles in 2016 and 2018, the latter as a team captain. She was the Ivy League Championship’s high point scorer in 2015 as a freshman, winning the 200 IM and 400 IM. She’d add another 200 IM title in 2018 to go with a leg on the Crimson’s winning 800 free relay. She was a member of the Scholar All-American second team all four years.

Among all sports at Harvard, Enoch was named the 2015 Rookie of the Year, earned the 2018 Francis H. Burr Scholarship in 2018. She also was recognized with Harvard Swimming’s Dr. Mary Ellen Mangano Award in 2016 and Nancy Sato Award in 2018.

A native of Owings Mills, Maryland, she coached while in college with Cambridge Masters Swim Club, working with age-groupers and post-collegiate swimmers, including Olympian Dara Torres. She served as the associate head coach for Community Charter School in Cambridge in 2018-19. Outside of the pool, she’s worked as a policy fellow for Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu and as the chief of staff for Massachusetts State Representative Joan Meschino.

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