Swimming and Diving Assistant Coach
Kristin Heath is in her fourth season as assistant swimming coach for the women[apos]s swimming team for her alma mater. A 1994 Notre Dame graduate from the College of Arts and Letters with a degree in American studies and computer applications, she was a four-year monogram winner and captain of the women[apos]s swimming and diving team during her senior season. Heath received the Captain[apos]s Award in 1992 for her sportsmanship and the Most Honorable Award in 1994 for her support, inspiration and enthusiasm as a team member.
The Ambler, Pa., native, is a 1990 graduate of Germantown Academy where she earned six varsity swimming letters and captained the team. She was a member of Germantown Academy teams that won the national championship in 1986 and 1988. Heath was a junior nationals qualifier in several events and three-time prep school All-American in the 100-yard breaststroke and 200-yard individual medley. She also trained and swam with Team Foxcatcher from 1982-94 under the direction of U.S. Olympic and World Championship team coach Dick Shoulberg.
After her graduation from Notre Dame, Heath served as a Head Start teacher while a member of the Holy Cross Associates in Colorado Springs, Colo. During that year Heath was the volunteer assistant coach of the Air Force women[apos]s swimming team which won the 1995 NCAA Division II national championship. Heath joined Andersen Consulting the following year as a business solution delivery analyst. While working in Chicago in 1995-96, she served as volunteer assistant coach at Northwestern.
Heath is currently pursuing a MBA at Notre Dame through the College of Business Administration.