This will be Joe Acquaviva’s first season working with the Jumbos. He is a 2014 graduate of Johns Hopkins University, where he swam all four years and was captain his senior year. While at JHU, he was a 10-time All-American, CSCAA Scholar All-American, and NCAA National Champion. Acquaviva stayed in Baltimore to obtain a Master’s degree from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and was an assistant coach for JHU. In this time at Hopkins he achieved impressive achievements both in and out of the pool. This included Scholar All-Americans, Postgraduate Scholars, and a NCAA Elite 89 Award. In the pool his team amassed over 50 All-American honors, 6 National Champion titles, a national record, and DIII Women’s swimmer of the meet. The past two years, Joe has been coaching Water Polo and Swimming at the Club and High School levels with the William Penn Charter School. In addition to the teams finishing with some of the highest point totals in the school’s illustrious history at the Easterns Championships, they were also home to the 2016-2017 Male High School Swimmer of the Year.