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Hi Everyone! My name is Annie DeWitt.

I competitively swam from age 8 to 22. This will be my 11th year coaching. I have coached for Greater Nashua Storm, Southern NH FINS, and the Executive Swim Team.

I am currently head coach of Bedford High Schools swimming team, both the girls and boys. Outside of swimming I am a high school teacher at Manchester Memorial where I teach social studies. I love fostering a fun team environment at promotes hard work and sportsmanship!

I look forward to an amazing season with you!



Swimming has been a part of my life since I was 6 years old. I began swimming during the summer at our local swim and tennis club. Those summers quickly became my favorite part of the year, and I began to swim competitively year-round by the age of 9 years old. I grew up on the pool deck and loved every minute of it. Enough so, I decided to work as a lifeguard and swim instructor at the age of 15 years old. I spent more time near the pool than away. In addition to lifeguarding and teaching swim lessons, I also was an assistant coach for the recreational swim team, coached the pre-swim program, and became the head of the swim lesson program. This powered my passion for swimming but also for teaching others.

During the school year, I am a full-time elementary school teacher for the Bedford School District. I have a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Development and Education from the University of Connecticut. When not on the pool deck, I enjoy gardening of all kinds and the outdoors. I have an outdoor vegetable and herb garden. As well as a plethora of indoor house plants. No matter what, I cannot get away from water. I love to fish during all seasons. I am excited to be part of the coaching team for the Barracudas and can’t wait for a great summer!  

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