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    Mrs. Emily Geiger Mercier

    Head Coach Emily Mercier is in her seventh year at Norcross and with the Blue Devils Swim and Dive Team. Coach Mercier teaches both geometry and pre-calculus at Norcross High School. Despite a shaky start to swimming at the age of three, when the instructor told Mrs. Geiger her daughter would never be a strong swimmer because she was afraid to jump in the water, Emily went on to become a club swimmer with Swim Atlanta. A graduate of the Gwinnett County School system, Coach Mercier swam for Shiloh High School and went on to compete for all four-years as a varsity athlete with Georgia Southern University. Coach Mercier earned her graduate degree from Mercer University and her undergraduate degree from Georgia Southern. “I enjoy coaching because swimmers are very goal-oriented and have a lot of determination,” says Coach Mercier. “I truly love the sport and like being a part of it by coaching. I still get nervous during meets like I am about to get up on the block and race!” 

    Mrs. Susan Brooks

    Coach Susan Brooks joined the Blue Devils for her third year as a community coach.  Coach Brooks has been coaching for over 20 years.  She graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in Exercise and Sports Science.  She worked as an athletic director at the Piedmont Driving Club where she also coached and overhauled their swim program.  She has been the team manager for the Peachtree Station Swim Team for 16 years and the head coach for the past 11. Coach Brooks loves the sport of swimming and hopes to help instill a love of swimming and sportsmanship to the swim devil team.  Coach Brooks expressed, "I love working with swimmers of all ages and abilities and can't wait to work with the Norcross team for another season!"

    Mrs. Stephanie Scoggins

    Coach Stevie Scoggins is in her eighth year of teaching and third year at Norcross High School.  Coach Scoggins teaches both Biology and Earth Systems.  We welcome back Coach Scoggins for a second year.  Coach Scoggins has spent her entire life around pools, from being a club swimmer to lifeguarding and teaching swim lessons though Swim Atlanta and Gwinnett County Parks.  She also swam at Duluth High School and has a personal love for the 100 individual medley.  She is looking forward to working with all swimmers and helping them discover their personal best.

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