Michael C Meyers
Mike comes full circle to PTSC, after 33 years, from Pittsburgh Elite Aquatics (PEAQ) and Chartiers Valley High School.
In his Tenure at Wheeling Jesuit, Meyers’ teams have won the Appalachian Swimming Conference 2 times and 1 Runner up in the men’s Division and 1 Championship and 2 Runner’s up in the Women’s. The team has also won the Blue Devil Invitational 2 times, and the Grove City Invitational once. Meyers’ swimmers now hold 29 of the 39 School Records, have set over 30 Conference Records, and chalked up 40 NCAA “B” Qualifying times over the 3 year period. The Swimmers have also excelled in the Class room earning NCAA/CSCAA Team Scholar All Americans 5 of the last 6 semesters.
Former coach at Chatham University (2004-2011) where he started the teams, and won the AWCC Conference Championship in their third year, and won Coach of the Year twice. He coached the first PAC Champion and Water Polo All American in Schools history. Both teams: swimming and water polo, were NCAA Team Academic All Americans.
He was also Head Coach at Peters Townships HS and PTSC for 8 years and coached several WPIAL and PIAA Champions and Record holders, 32 High School All Americans, 10 National Qualifiers, and 40+ All State swimmers.
As a college swimmer at West Liberty State College was an NAIA All American in 13 events and All Conference in 16 events and Conference Record holder.
He has been inducted into 3 Halls of Fame: West Liberty State University Athletic Hall of Fame, -Swimming 1999, Penn Hills High School Hall of Fame, -Swimming 2008, Peters Township Swimming Wall of Fame, Coaching 2008.
Meyers also enjoyed a long career in the International Airlines business, serving British Airways for 14 years in several sales, marketing and pricing positions.
He is married to Judi Meyers for 40 years, three adult children, Matthew, Courtney and Megan, 6 grandchildren and resides in Upper St. Clair, PA.
James D Stache
Head Age Group Coach
Coach Jamie comes to PTSC with over 25 years of coaching
experience, ranging from swim instructor through head coach level
at several clubs and teams. His coaching experience began
while he was in college at Shippensburg State in 1980 where he was
recruited by his college coach and where he stayed for two
years. From there, he coached West Newton for two years
before going into private instruction in the Mon Valley Area for
about 10 years.
His next accomplishment was starting a club team at Trinity High
School where he stayed for three years. He was then offered a
head coaching position with the Mon Valley YMCA Swim Team.
During his ten year tenure as the Mon Valley YMCA coach, he
produced many nationally ranked swimmers and he helped form and
merge several satellite teams in the area. Jamie then went on
to coach at several other clubs, building and growing them before
making the decision to take a break from coaching.
Coach Jamie is a full-time Inspector for the Federal Government
(HUD) and after a break from coaching, he decided it was time to
get involved in the sport again again. He came to PTSC
because he felt that the position would be a great fit all
around. In addition to his many accomplishments, Jamie has
recently completed and achieved ASCA Level 4 Coach Status from the
American Swim Coaches association.
Jamie’s history as a swimmer is equally impressive –
he swam for Charleroi High School, Pitt Aquatic Club and
Shippensburg State College. He was the first high school
swimmer to go undefeated in four years of individual competition in
the state of PA. He still holds all but two Charleroi High
School swim records. In college, he held four Age Group
National Records and he was ranked 8th in the nation in
the 50 Freestyle in Division II.
Jakub also known as “Kuba” was born and raised in Poland. Introduced to swimming at age 8, it was then that he began his 15-year journey with swimming.
Kuba graduated from SMS Mielec in 2012. Throughout his high school career Kuba held a few state age group records in events like 50 back and 100 IM (SCM). He also attended many International meets such as the 2006 European Paris Cup and the 2008 European Zagreb Cup.
Kuba began his college swimming carrier in 2013, when he was recruited by Coach Mike Meyers to swim backstroke for Wheeling Jesuit University (WJU). Throughout his 4 years at WJU, Kuba won 8 individual and 6 relay events at the Appalachian Swim Conference and left WJU with his name appearing seven times on the school record board. Named swimmer of the year at the ASC in 2014 and 2015, and Scholar All-American in 2014, 2015 and 2016.
Kuba graduated from Wheeling Jesuit University after 5 years with a degree in Business and Finance. As of today, Coach Kuba is pursuing his dream of becoming a licensed investor in stocks, mutual funds and bonds, in order to provide full financial planning and strategic income distribution. Currently Kuba is gaining his experience working at Wealth Management Resources owned by Peters High School alumni and All-American William D. Gullborg.
Kuba’s parents Waldemar and Anita live in Merdiden, CT. His younger brother is a member of the Gannon University swim team.
Coach Stephanie was a member of the Peters Township Swim Club
for seven years. During her PTSC days, she was a member of the AMS
Zones Team. Stephanie also swam for the Peters Township Middle
School and High School teams. She was a four-year letter
winner while on the High School Swim Team. Stephanie was a
four-year WPIAL and PIAA qualifier. During her Junior and Senior
years, she qualified for Sectionals. Her best events were the 50,
100 and 200 Freestyle. At the time
of graduation, Stephanie was a member of an All-American
200 Freestyle Relay. After graduating
high school, Stephanie continued her swimming career at
Westminster College for two years. While at Westminster, Stephanie
held two records and won four Presidents’ Athletic Conference
(PAC) individual titles as well as one relay title.
Currently, Stephanie works at MedExpress Urgent Care. She and
her husband live in Peters Township with their four sons:
Brayden, Riley, Wyatt and Sawyer.
John Martin is a former
PTSC member and High School All American swimmer. John is currently
a junior at St. Vincent College and he helps as an assistant
coach during school breaks.
In John's sophomore year at St.
- Named First Team
- Helped SVC to a first place finish in the
400 Free Relay along with a runner-up placing in the 200 Free
- Also competed in the 100 Breast, 200
Breast, 200 IM, 200 Medley Relay and the 400 Medley
- Member of the PAC Spring Academic Honor