Our team is self-run and governed by volunteers and coaches. We are a part of our parent organization, U.S. Masters Swimming.  Please feel free to contact us with any questions and concerns at arlingtonmasters@gmail.com.


  • President- Alison Mathey Lambeth
  • Vice President- Ana Duarte
  • Treasurer- Rachel Brown
  • Registrar- Carleigh Schwartz
  • Secretary- Allison Miller
  • Meet Coordinator- Aaron Frederick


Dan Summers

Coach Dan

Dan is an Arlington native who has been swimming since age 13 for both local teams and W-L high school. He attended Rochester Institute of Technology from 2004-2009 and was captain of the swim team  where he specialized in the 50 freestyle, 100 freestyle and 100 breaststroke. He coached for a year in college, has taught private lessons and has been coaching Arlington Masters since 2011. Dan has worked with both competitive college swimmers and absolute beginners and can work with any stroke at any skill level. Outside of the pool, Dan also cycles and lifts weights and is happy to work on programs that best suit your athletic goals. Dan primarily coaches practices Monday through Thursday nights.


Dawn Stevenson

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Dawn Stevenson is a USAT All-American triathlete and member of the Ignite Endurance triathlon team. She swam competitively through high school and taught swim lessons in college. Though Bowdoin Rowing and running consumed her attention for a few years, she got back in the pool in 2010 while training for her first triathlon. She qualified for and raced Ironman 70.3 World Championships in 2013 and finished 5th in her age group at her first Ironman, Mont-Tremblant in 2014, with a time of 10:37. She’s been a member of Arlington Masters since 2012, and she and Coach Mike got married in April 2014. Mike and Dawn founded triathlon coaching group Codeon in 2014. Dawn primarily coaches on Sunday evenings.

Katy Burnett

Katy fell in love with the water as a child while living in Oahu, HI. As a teen she swam with Fairland Aquatics Swim Team in Maryland and competed on her high school team as a 500 swimmer. She has been a USMS member since 2013 and has swum independently and with teams in Texas, Florida, Maryland, and Virginia. She joined ARMS in 2016 after realizing it was “probably the coolest swim team ever.” Katy has worked as a lifeguard and swim instructor at numerous pools all over the country since 2004. She is excited to join the coaching team of Arlington Masters and hopes to keep every swimmer looking forward to getting in the pool.

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