Brian Kline grew up in Ardmore, graduated from Haverford High School and then
from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Starting his competitive swimming
career at age 3, Brian earned Central, District, and State Recognition,
followed by All-Delco and All-State honors in swimming. He was an All-American
Swimmer at IUP and was All-Conference in both Swimming and Water Polo. Brian
received a Bachelor of Science degree in Education in 1995 with a minor in
Aquatics as well as a Professional Teaching Certificate for Health and Physical
Education (grades Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade).
Brian currently teaches Aquatics and Physical Education at the Episcopal
Academy in Newtown Square. He began coaching and teaching at The Episcopal
Academy in the fall of 1995. He started coaching at the Episcopal Academy as an
assistant in swimming and water polo in 1995. He was the Varsity Water Polo
coach from 1997 – 2009. The Episcopal Boys Water Polo team was undefeated
in the Inter-Academic league in 1997, 1998, and 2000 and won the Inter-Ac Championship in 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, and 2001. In 1999 Brian started a Middle School Water Polo Program and helped to start the Girls Varsity Water Polo Team at Episcopal Academy. In 2004 Brian was named the Head Swimming Coach for both Varsity boys and girls teams.
In addition to his role at The Episcopal
Academy, Brian has been the Head Swimming and Aquatics Director at the
Waynesborough Country Club since 1997. The Waynesborough team has been Division
Champions for 12 consecutive years and has won the League Championship four out
of the past five years with an overall record of 75 wins and 6 losses.
With co-founder of Quincy Hyson, eaac is building champions in and out of the
A native of Lancaster, PA, Quincy began
swimming competitively at the age of 7 for the Lancaster Area YMCA and swam
with this club for eight years. He graduated from J.P. McCaskey High School and
was a stand-out member of their swim team throughout high school.
Upon graduation, Quincy enlisted in the military and is a Gulf War veteran.
While stationed in Hawaii, he competed in several open ocean swims. Quincy
completed his service in 1995 and then graduated from West Chester University,
obtaining a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies.
In 1999, he began coaching the swim team at Waynesborough Country Club
alongside Brian Kline, where the team has been Division Champions each year and
League Champions four of the last five years.
Quincy returned to West Chester University
to obtain his elementary education teaching certification. Since
receiving this certification in 2002, he has taught at the elementary level at
The Episcopal Academy where he is currently teaching Grade 3.
Quincy has been coaching the boys and
girls Varsity swimming teams with Brian Kline and has been instrumental in the
growth of the swimming program at EA. Quincy is taking his teaching and
coaching expertise to a new level and, with co-founder Brian Kline,
eaac is building champions in and out of the pool!