Ronald Farina

Head Coach

Sapp, Derek

Derek Sapp

Assistant Coach

<p>Derek Sapp enters his second year as an assistant coach for the Seton hall men's and women's swimming & diving teams after joining the program in the fall of 2013.</p><br />

<p>In his current role, Sapp assists with planning and implementation of workouts; provides instruction and feedback to members of the men's and women's squads and also is responsible for the coordination of the Pirates' recruiting efforts.</p><br />

<p>A 2010 graduate of Edinboro (Pa.) University, Sapp spent two seasons as a graduate assistant for the men's and women's squads at West Virginia University, assisting in the administration of all aspects of the Mountaineers' highly successful program.</p><br />

<p>A USA Swimming certified instructor, Sapp's coaching backgrounbd also includes stints at Club Mountaineer in Morgantown as well as the Longhorn Swim Camp in Austin, Texas.</p><br />

<p>The Pittsburgh native entered the coaching ranks after a standout career in the pool for Edinboro during which he twice served as team captain and garnered a number of All-Conference honors for his exploits. A four-year letterwinner, he was also recognized as a scholar athlete each year.</p><br />

<p>Sapp completed his undergraduate studies with a B.S. in Health and Physical Education with a dual concentration in Sport and Recreation Administration and went on to earn a Master's of Science in Athletic Coaching Education from West Virginia in 2013.</p>

Le Blanc, Andrew

Andrew Le Blanc

<p>Andrew Le Blanc joined the Seton Hall University men's and women's swimming & diving coaching staff as a volunteer assistant for the 2011-12 season.</p><br />

<p>A four-year member of the Seton Hall men's swimming & diving teams, Le Blanc graduated from Seton Hall in 2006 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology. He went on to receive his Masters of Science in Experimental Psychology from Seton Hall in 2008.</p><br />

<p>Le Blanc gained experience swimming the freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke and butterfly during his four years at Seton Hall, serving as a team captain during his senior season. He has also coached senior and national swim groups for the Summit Area YMCA since 2006.</p><br />

<p>The 2014 Adjunct Faculty of the Year Award winner, LeBlanc currently serves as an adjunct faculty member for the Math, Physics, Physical Therapy and Psychology departments at Seton Hall.</p>


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