|Title:||Director of Aquatics|
Alicia Lampasso-Dillon is the long time Director of Aquatics at Queens College. She also serves as head coach of the women's swimming and diving team, and has served on the QC staff since 1988.
Alicia just completed her 18th year as head coach of the Knights' swim team.
During her tenure as swim coach, she has 142 wins to her credit and her swimmers have broken 18 individual school records and five relay records.
On the national level, Lampasso-Dillon has had an All-American and national qualifier for two consecutive years. Under her guidance, the QC swimmers have also qualified for the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) Championships.
For the last four years Lampasso-Dillon has served as the president of the Metropolitan Swim Conference. She has also been a member of the NCAA Division II Swimming and Diving Committee.
Prior to her arrival at Queens, Coach Lampasso-Dillon spent eight years as coach of the Flushing YMCA club team. She graduated from Pace University (where she was a two-year distance swimmer for head coach Lee Coleman) with a bachelor's in social sciences in 1986, and later received her master's in physical education from Queens in 1996. Lampasso-Dillon, who was a New York City champion swimmer in all four of her seasons at Bayside High School, resides in West Islip, N.Y., with her husband, Drew.