Prosper High School is excited to name the new Swim Coach for the
2020-2021 school year. The district has hired Coach Ennis Sullivan, III to lead the team.

Coach Sullivan has 30 years of coaching experience coming to Prosper from Madison High School in North East ISD. Before Madison, Coach Sullivan was the Aquatic Director for Temple ISD and the City of Temple as well as serving as the Head Swim Coach. In that position, Coach Sullivan handled the administration of a ten lane competitive pool with diving well/warm up and cool down lanes. He oversaw four city aquatic complexes and employees as well as practice and contest management of High School, Middle School and U.S.S. swim teams with water polo practices. He also established comprehensive swim lessons for 550 participants and a new summer swim league.

While at Temple, he was named District Coach of the Year and coached the Boys and Girls District champion teams. District Swimmer of the year for both girls and boys, as well as coaching a State qualifier and finalist.
Coach Sullivan has also coached and worked for Tyler ISD, Athens ISD, Richardson YWCA, Premier Athletic Club in Dallas, Western Hills Athletic Club in Austin, Cedar Park Aquatics Director, and Texas A&M Commerce,
Coach Sullivan earned his Bachelor’s of Science from Texas A&M University,
Commerce and his Master’s Degree from Texas A&M University, Commerce.

Coach Sullivan has seven children (Amanda 28, Ryan 27, Cecilia 25, Sean 25, Carleigh 23, Reece 21, and Cali 13) as well as three dogs and a cat.

Prosper ISD Athletic Director, Valerie Little is “Excited to have a Coach with the experience and success that Coach Sullivan is bringing with him to PHS. He will be able to build on the foundation that has been set. We can’t wait to have the student athletes meet him and get to work.” Prosper ISD Natatorium Director, Tommy Sacco is also excited to welcome Sullivan to the district “as a perfect fit for the direction of our program, and is going to be a benefit to our facility, We are excited to bring him to our community with the knowledge and experience he brings to the table.”

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