Drogemuller named Flint Metro League Coach of the Year

By David Fleet
For the second time in his career, Warhawks Swim Coach Ryne Drogemuller has been named Flint Metro League Girls Swimming Coach of the Year.
“It’s an honor to be named coach of the year,” said Drogemuller. “I’m competitive, but we balance that to make sure they all have fun and work as a team.”
Drogemuller was the top Breaststroker for the San Benito Haybalers in 2006 and 2007 from Hollister, Ca. Upon graduating, in 2008 he found a love of coaching when working with his local USA swimming club and as an assistant with the high school. He then graduated from Arizona State with a degree in Kinesiology, hoping to be able to apply some science techniques to improve his coaching style.
In 2017, Drogemuller became the Brandon Boys Team Head Coach and took over the Girls Team in 2018. That same year Brandon and Goodrich entered into a cooperative agreement for a combined swim team. The Warhawks continue to thrive as a unified team each year.
“The Warhawks have blended together and we are a team,” said Drogemuller.
Since then he’s coached five state qualifiers and received Coach of the Year for the 2019 girls season.
In addition to Brandon and Goodrich, the Flint Metro League includes Swartz Creek/Flushing, Corunna, Owosso, Fenton, Holly and Kersley/Lake Fenton.

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