Coach Genalo is a 2000 graduate of Liverpool High School. He began swimming when he was 8 years old with the Liverpool Jets. Dan was a 4 year varsity member and a team captain his senior season. He won 4 sectional and league titles, and went to States in 1999 as a member of the medley relay. During his career, his events were butterfly, IM, and long distance freestyle events. Coach Genalo was, also, an Empire games participant in swimming and water polo.
Dan began as an assistant coach in 2005 for the LHS girl's varsity swim team, a role that he reprised this past season. Dan was also an assistant coach for the boy's varsity team last year as well.
Dan graduated from the University of Buffalo with a BA in Communication and a minor in Health and Human Services. In his free time, Dan spends most of his time watching his favorite sports teams: the Yankees, Eagles, SU, and the U of B Bulls.
Coach Ken McInerney is a 1979 graduate of Liverpool High School. During his high school diving career at Liverpool, the team achieved 3 NY State Championships, 4 Sectional Championships, and in 1979 was the Eastern United States Championship team. Coach Mac was the 1978 Onondaga High Scholl League diving champion.
Ken began coaching diving at Liverpool in 1994. He has worked withformer Olympic diving coach Ron O'Brien and, at Liverpool, has coached numerous Section III and NY State finalists, including first and second team All-Americans.
In 2003, Ken was appointed as the Regional Director for the Central Region of the Empire State Games after serving as the regional diving coach since 1997.
Ken received his BS in Marketing from Syracuse University in 1983 and his MBA from SUin 1991. He is a financial advisor with the Legend Group and is the owner of Ken McInerney's Tax Service. For many years, Ken was an Emergency Medical Technician with the Moyers Corners Fire Dept. and was a long time Red Cross CPR instructor. Ken has traveled to Europe, Asia, the Carribbean, and Central America. He enjoys boating and spending time at his cottage on Sandy Pond.