Brent A Boock
Head Coach - Senior I&II
Boock started as a member of the Elmbrook coaching staff in 1993.
At Elmbrook he has enjoyed working with hundreds of swimmers
striving to reach their full potential including many state
champions, zone level swimmers, and national top 16 swimmers.
Coach Boock enjoys running, biking, swimming and leading an
Michael A Rose
Head Age Group Coach - AGI&II
has been involved with Elmbrook Swim Club and Brookfield Swimming
as a swimmer and coach on and off since 1974. He has
served as the High School Coach at Brookfield East since 1983 and
has coached more than 30 Wisconsin State Champions and High
School All Americans. Mike teaches Calculus at Brookfield
East and is married to Carol who coaches diving at Brookfield
East. Mike has daughter who is a member of EBSC and 3 sons who used
to swim with the club. Twins Adam and Spencer now swim at the
University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire and Matthew, no longer
swimming, is attending the University of Wisconsin -
Laren A Tiltmann
SEN 3&4 Coach
Just a little summary for those who do not know me. I’ve had a dual career in swimming as both a coach and an athlete. First, the swimming side: I started swimming at the age of 7 in my home country of South Africa and excelled in the sport breaking national records by age 12. Then I entered the difficult teenage years and lost my focus on swimming (in favor of rugby) and even took a break from the sport at age 19 for 2 years. I returned to the sport and a year later found myself swimming in the USA as a Division I athlete at the University of Nebraska where I attended NCAAs and achieved All-American honors. The following year I returned home and raced internationally, representing my native South Africa. Not long thereafter, I retired from swimming. The best part of my career was that the first pool I achieved honors in, as a 7 year old in South Africa, was the same pool I swam my final race in 17 years later. My competitive swimming journey was complete or so I thought. About 12 years later, I started swimming again as an adult with EBSC masters and in 2012 attained 3 Top Ten world rankings, including a 4th place ranking in the 50 freestyle. The best part about masters swimming has been my ability to reacquaint myself with the water, learn and try new things and reevaluate everything I thought I knew.
Now on to the coaching side: I started coaching as an 18 year old teaching swim lessons in my back yard. My official coaching career began as a graduate assistant in college in 1996, working with many world class athletes in the Division I college arena. I attained my first club head coach position 2 years later before I moved back to Wisconsin in 1999. Through 2001 and 2007, I served as club head coach at two local teams and was co-founder of Ozaukee Aquatics in 2003. I left coaching at the end of 2007 with 3 young kids who needed a dad to teach them how to swim instead of others people’s kids. I entered the swim retail business for 2 years before focusing exclusively on my family.
I’m very happy to be back on-deck to share my knowledge and experience with a great club like EBSC. My philosophy is somewhat triangular when I approach any level of athlete: Person-Psychology-Swimming Mechanics all supported by time spent in the water, which I like to refer to as ‘water-time’. Another term for my triangular approach is ‘development’. The journey has to be enjoyed, placed in perspective and goal driven. Like any successful endeavor there are no quick fixes, short cuts or magic bullets to success. Coach Brent has given me an opportunity to work with your children and help bridge that gap between age grouper and senior athlete at EBSC. I thank him for the opportunity and look forward to sharing my knowledge with both the swimmers and the parents. My door is always open and I’m excited to be onboard.
Carissa A Paasch
AGT I&II Coach
Carissa is beginning her second year of coaching for EBSC where she swam for 13 years, competing at the state and national level. She also swam for Brookfield Central all four years of high school as well as at UW- La Crosse for one college season and graduated from UWL in May of 2014. Carissa currently attends UW-Milwaukee, seeking her early childhood education license. She will graduate May 2016. She is also coaching the girls and boys swim teams at Brookfield Academy and swims Masters with EBSC in her free time. Other things Carissa enjoys doing include traveling, doing Crossfit and spending time with family and friends.
Kristen J Malloy
Novice I Coach
Coach Kristen is in her eleventh year of coaching at the Elmbrook Swim Club. She swam for Elmbrook, Brookfield Central, and then completed 4 years as a varsity swimmer at St. Norbert College. Coach Kristen is a Title I teacher at 2 schools in Milwaukee. She spends what free time she has with her husband and son, Tim and Jonathan.
Tricia L Casper
Senior 3/4 Assistant
Coach Tricia is returning to Elmbrook Swim
Club after a “brief” nine-year hiatus. Throughout
her coaching career, Tricia has taught lessons to all levels of
children and adults, trained triathletes, coached state qualified
high school swimmers, and during college, ran the recreation swim
lesson program for the University of California, San Diego.
Tricia and her husband, Jeff, have two boys, Tyler and Brandon, who
swim for EBSC. Tricia enjoys volunteering at her
children’s school, coaching their soccer and baseball teams,
and taking adult classes through Milwaukee Ballet
Krista R Nowak
Coach Krista has been coaching with Elmbrook Swim Club since 2009 . She competed for Greendale High School and continued her swimming career at UW-Stevens Point. She coaches high school boys' and girls' swimming for Brookfield Academy. In her free time she enjoys swimming with the Elmbrook Masters and training for multi-sport events.
Fred W Russell
Coach Russell has coached swimming and water polo for over 45 years, over 30 of which with Elmbrook! He has coached a national champion(s) at every level including age group, junior national, senior national, collegiate, and masters. While he was Senior Coach of EBSC, alumni went on to compete at over 80 different colleges and universities. Coach Russell is married to Karen and shares his home with his pet bird Herman.
Anne E Leupold
Anne is currently a 4th grade teacher at Blessed Sacrament School. She graduated from Brookfield East High School and swam on the Varsity team for all four years. She also swam competitively since she was seven through her senior year of high school with EBSC. In college, she swam on the UW-Whitewater swimming and diving team for four years, ending her career as a senior captain for the team in 2013. She also has worked at the Wiberg (formally known as Wirth) Aquatic Center for eight years as a lifeguard and swim instructor. On her off time, Anne enjoys spending time with her family and friends, reading, or excercising one way or another. She excited be coaching and to be back with EBSC family again!
Trina R Schaetz
Senior Assistant & Administrative Asst.
Trina was coaches at EBSC for several years before her EBSC daughters, Emma & Grace were born. We are excited for her to resume coaching on deck assisting with the Senior Team. Trina grew up swimming here locally for both the New Berlin and North Shore Swim Clubs. She swam sprint freestyle and breaststroke at Wheaton College and currently competes at the Masters Level. Trina will be helping out with the Senior 1-4 teams and coaching Yoga as well. She also continues in her long time administrative assistant role with the club. Outside of swimming, Trina works as aprofessional photographer and owns her own business, Capture Photography.
Jennifer May started swimming at age 9 and continued swimming age group then high school until she left for college. At the University of Wisconsin –Madison, she swam recreationally and quickly joined a masters team after completing her nursing degree. In total, Jennifer has been a Masters swimmer for over 25 years in Madison, Denver, and now Milwaukee. She continues to compete in Masters at both a state and national level in distance freestyle and breaststroke. She also enjoys open water races and has recently “escaped from Alcatraz”. Jennifer owns a clinical research consulting business, and in her free time, besides swimming, Jennifer enjoys baking, reading, and helps with her kid’s extracurricular activities. Jennifer hopes to instill a life-long love for swimming in the EBSC swimmers, including her own children, who started with the club in 2015.
Brian E Van Cleave
After swimming with Elmbrook from ages 7 to 18, Brian went on to study at the University of Miami (FL) where he captained the triathlon team and graduated in 2013 with a degree in Exercise Physiology. Brian has always enjoyed coaching, with experience working as a personal trainer with private clients and as the head coach of the University of Miami Triathlon Team. At the high school level, Brian also coached the Coral Gables Senior High School Water Polo and Swim Teams. Additionally, Brian implemented a unique learn-to-swim curriculum as the manager of a swim camp in Miami and at other learn-to-swim facilities for children ages 4 months to 15 years old. Back where it all began, Brian is so excited to be back on deck with EBSC and is looking forward to some fast Elmbrook swimming!
Lauren Emily Elwing
Novice 2 Coach
Lauren Elwing is currently a student at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design pursuing a degree in Illustration. She attended Fond du Lac High School where she participated in Girls Swimming and Diving Team for three years and also swam for the Fond du Lac Swim Club for a little over four years. Lauren is currently a Lifeguard and Swim instructor for the YMCA along with coaching for the first time for EBSC!
Van U DonKersgoed
Van joins EBSC after swimming competitively on the national level for 12 years, including international competitions and racing at the US Olympic Trials. He graduated from Northwestern University with a degree in Social Policy and was the volunteer assistant coach there for his last season. He currently holds a position on the USA Swimming board as an athlete representative. He enjoys the opportunity to travel, and recently traveled to Nicaragua as part of an exchange program to work with a local swim team. He is looking forward to working with EBSC this season.