Coaching Staff

Christopher Webb

Head Coach


Chris began as the head coach of T2 Aquatics in April of 2017 after 9 seasons at the helm of the Fort Collins Area Swim Team in Colorado.

2012 – 2015 Chris was the head coach of the Fort Collins Area Swim Team.  He coached the Arête and Challenge II groups. In 2015 the team earned its first silver medal ranking in USA swimming's clubs excellence program. In 2017 the team earned it’s first gold medal ranking.  Chris was the Colorado coach of the year in 2015 and 2016, National Junior Team Coach in 2015, 2016, and a member of the Junior Pan pacific Coaching staff in 2016.  Under Chris’s leadership Fort Collins won the 2016 Women’s Winter Junior Championships and were 3rd overall. FAST achieved 3rd overall at 2016 Summer Juniors and 2nd in the Women’s meet. FAST won the 2017 Central Zone Sectional meet in Iowa,  won the 2016 Four Corner Sectional meet in Austin Texas, and won their first Women’s title in 2015 at the Pacific Northwest Sectional meet in Federal way.  FAST won the Western Zone Senior Sectional meet in Clovis, CA in 2015.  Under Chris’s tutelage, FAST broke over 100 team records and dozens of state records.  Chris coached 2 national Junior Team members, 1 Olympic Trial Semi-Finalist, a Junior Pan Pacific Gold Medalist, NAG record holders, and 10 Junior National finalists during his 9 seasons at Fort Collins.

2009 – 2012 Chris coached at SwimMAC Carolina for Olympic Coach David Marsh. In his 3 years, Chris had coached Senior I, II, and Gold and assisted with TEAM ELITE, which is made up of U.S. Olympic and National Team members. During his time at SwimMAC the team won the 2012 Long Course Junior Nationals, Chris coached multiple U.S. Olympic trial qualifiers, 2 Junior Pan Pacific Team members, and an Olympian from Bermuda.  

2004-2009 Chris coached at the Carmel Swim Club in Indiana.  Chris worked as the head White group coach in 2008 and assisted the head coach with all senior athletes for the four previous years coaching two Olympic team trial qualifiers, two world championship trial qualifiers, and over 20 junior national qualifiers.  Chris also worked with the CSC Age Group Program as a head coach of two separate groups throughout his tenure. Chris was a Carmel High School coach from August of 2004 until leaving for SwimMAC Carolina in 2009. The Carmel High School women’s team finished as the number one public school in the country in 2009 and set two national high school records.

1999 - 2004 Chris was a coach for Team Pittsburgh Aquatics where he coached multiple top 16 qualifies and LSC champions as the head age group coach and as a senior coach. The program produced multiple 2000 Olympic trial qualifiers, junior national champions, and high school state champions. During his time at Team Pittsburgh Chris served as a volunteer coach at the University of Pittsburgh Men’s team and helped lead the Panthers to five Big East Conference titles.

Chris was a member of the 1999 men's swimming and diving Big East Championship swimming team at the University of Pittsburgh as an athlete. 

Education: B.S. Communications, University of Pittsburgh

Tom Yetter

Head Age Group Coach


Coach Tom Yetter joined T2 Aquatics in December 2010 as the club's Head Age Group Coach.  

From 2002-2010 Tom led the North Baltimore Aquatic Club’s Age Group Program to outstanding success.  Over 70 different athletes under Tom’s guidance qualified for the Maryland Zone Team during that time, and – also during that 8 year period -- 26 different athletes set over 40 Maryland State Records.  For his efforts, Tom was awarded the “Maryland Age Group Coach of the Year” award 5 times.

Tom has worked almost exclusively with 14 and under athletes, who have qualified for some of the highest level Open meets in the United States – including the U.S. Winter National Championships, Junior Nationals, and Sectionals.

Tom has coached 6 different individual athletes who have reached a USA Swimming Number 1 National Age Group Event Ranking in 11 events, including T2 Aquatics’ Matthew Limbacher who set a National Age Group Record at age 12 in the 50M Breaststroke.  Over 45 athletes guided by Tom have placed in USA Swimming’s “Top 10” National Rankings. 

Coach Yetter’s athletes have been ranked in the USA Swimming Age Group “Top 10” in each of the 18 competitive Age Group events and his athletes are taught to be physically and emotionally ready to take additional steps in the sport.

Tom has been invited to attend and speak at several USA Swimming Age Group Coaches Summits and has also been involved in USA Swimming’s Local LSC government in multiple ways in his career: He has served several times as Maryland Swimming’s Head Zone Coach, as well as the Maryland LSC Board of Directors as the Technical Planning Chair, Age Group Vice Chair, and Administrative Vice Chair of the Maryland LSC government.  

Kevin M. Erndl

T2 President, Chairman, and Founder


Kevin Erndl is the Founder and President of T2 Aquatics. 
After starting his coaching career in 1997 with the Augusta Swim League, Kevin became a YMCA of the Palms Coach at the Norris pool in 2005.  Kevin has been the driving force behind the creation of T2 Aquatics since that time; he has led the charge for Capital refinements at the Norris Pool, hired the current T2 Aquatics staff, and has overseen the Management of the Club in every way.
As a Coach, Kevin has spent time on deck with every level of T2 Aquatics athletes.  After the 2008-2009 season, Kevin was named to USA Swimming's National Team Coaching Staff based off the accomplishments of his athletes.  
In August 2009 Kevin coached Erika Erndl to a US Open Meet Record in the 100 Meter Freestyle, helping Erika earn a spot on the 2009-2010 National Team.  Kevin’s coaching philosophy is geared toward refining an athlete’s stroke, and developing a training plan that enables T2 Athletes to swim with optimum proficiency and skill.
A graduate of the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, Kevin was a First Team All-ACC swimmer for the ‘Heels. Having competed in the 1999 NCAA Championships and the 2000 US Olympic Trials, Kevin has been involved as an athlete at the highest level of swimming offered in the United States. As a High School student, Kevin was named the NISCA National High School Swimmer of the Year in 1997.
Kevin earned his UNC degree in Economics, and is a full-time Portfolio Manager – as well as the Founder and Director of T2 Multisport for Tri-athletes.  In his spare time, Kevin has enjoyed competing in  Triathlons – having won the 2008 Heartland Triathlon in Sebring Florida, as well as qualifying for the 70.3 World Triathlon Championships in 2007 and a 2007, 2008, 2009 USAT All-American.

Gregg Cross

Masters Coach, Assistant Coach


Coach Gregg Cross joined the T2 Staff in the Fall of 2017.  Coach Gregg graduated from Kent State University with a degree in Municipal Recreation.  He taught at Bonita Middle School from 1979 through 2014 when he retired from teaching.  Coach Gregg also has over 35 years of coaching experience.  During that time he has coached at Kent State, Richmond Heights Swim Team Seacrest Country Day School as well as several USA swim teams in Southwest Florida. 

Coach Gregg is on the USA Swimming Open Water Developmental Committee and has twice been awarded the USA Swimming Glenn S Hummer Award which recognizes contributions to long distance swimming.

Rachel Elliott

Assistant Coach


Coach Rachel Elliott joined the T2 Staff in January of 2016, after having graduated from the Unversity of South Carolina in 2015, where she earned 4 Letters in Swimming to go along with a Degree in Public Health.

Rachel was a T2 Aquatics athlete at its inception in 2010, and has competed in SW Florida for her entire swimming carreer.  Coach Rachel is T2 Aquatics first FHSAA High School Champion, having won the 50 Freestyle for Gulf Coast High School in 2011.

Rachel has a passion for education and students/athletes.  She is currently teaching 3rd grade at Laurel Oak Elementary and has spent two years as the Naples High School Head Swimming Coach and two years as the Gulf Coast High School Head Swimming Coach.

Coach Rachel works primarily with our Intro and TnT training groups, while helping out at times with our APG/AGD groups.

Karen A Vilorio

Masters Coach


Karen joined the T2 Aquatics Staff in May 2017 and works with the Masters Program.

Karen is a 2015 graduate of Florida Gulf Coast University where she earned a BS degree in Finance. While attending FGCU, she was part of the NCAA D1 swim team; receiving All Conference Honors and representing Honduras at several international meets.

Karen works for Coyle Financial Counsel, an independent wealth advisory firm with offices in Illinois and Florida. She is currently completing the coursework required for the Certified Financial Planner examination.

Maria Sunyak

Team Manager


Maria handles many things on the “dry-side” of T2 Aquatics.  Helping with registration, assisting with administrative tasks, coordinating volunteers for our meets, and helping parents navigate the “in’s and out’s” of competitive swimming are just some of her duties. 

Maria is a long time T2 Aquatics parent and has a wealth of knowledge on not only competitive swimming but also the inner workings of T2 Aquatics.  She is your “go to” person at T2 if you ever have any questions!  You can reach her at