About Head Coach Matt Harris
Harris comes to St. Andrew's from Washington College in Chestertown, MD after serving seven years there as head and assistant coach of the men's swim team. He graduated from Kenyon College in 2009 with a bachelor's degree in English and from Washington College in 2015 with his master's degree in English. He taught previously at DeMatha Catholic High School in Hyattsville, MD for one year before moving into college coaching.
As a coach for Washington College, Harris coached multiple Scholar All-Americans, NCAA B Cut qualifiers, and conference champions. He helped guide the men's team to a second-place finish, their highest since the 1990s.
As a swimmer, Harris swam at Kenyon College for four years. He garnered 15 National Championship titles and 22 All-American awards for individual and relay championships. He was on the national championship team all four years and was captain of the team during his senior year. As a junior, Harris qualified for the 2008 Olympic Trials in the 100 fly. Harris set a school record in the 100 fly at Kenyon College that stood for ten years. He also went on to compete at the World Championship Trials in 2009 after graduating.
Harris works at St. Andrew's with his wife, Maggie, and his son Jack attends the preschool.
A total of 13 Saints were named to the DISC All-Conference teams following the winter sports season.
A look back at the Saints accomplishments on and off the field.
The girls and boys swim team returned to the DIAA State Swimming Championship in over two years.
Where Saints girls swimming Alumni have competed in college...
Madison Macalintal - ’22 - Wesleyan University
Elizabeth Rainey - ’22 - Colgate University
Sarah Caron ’19 - Dickinson College
Caroline Fry ’16 - Franklin & Marshall College
Liza Tarbell ’13 - Bowdoin College
Rachel Pederson ’10 - Bates College
Annie Taylor Doutit ’10 - Bates College
Jennifer Hurtt Mullins ’88 - Mt. Holyoke College