Coach Fish has been the head men's and women's swimming and
diving coach at Illinois Wesleyan since 1995. She founded the Funky
Fish Swim Club in 2012.
A native of Darien, Ill., and a graduate of Hinsdale South High
School, Fish earned a bachelor's degree in chemistry in 1988 at
Kenyon (Ohio) College, where from 1985-88 she won 14 NCAA Division
III swimming titles and earned 27 swimming All-American honors as
well as being named an Academic All-American. In September 2005,
Fish was part of the 1986-87 Kenyon swim team that was inducted
into the Kenyon Athletic Association Hall of Fame. The 1987 Kenyon
women's swim team won the national Division III title, taking 15 of
18 events including all five relays.
Fish earned a master's degree at Duke University and was
pursuing a doctorate in biochemistry at Duke when she elected to
start her coaching career at IWU. In Durham, N.C., she coached
United States Swimming and YMCA age group programs and also coached
the Durham Academy girls' team to a high school state championship
Teresa lives in Bloomington with her husband John and son
George, who swims for FFSC.
Jen M Godlewski
Meagan T McManus
Coach Meg returned to FFSC as a staff
member in the fall of 2018. Meg grew up in Bloomington-Normal and
swam for U-High in her junior and senior years. She was a state
qualifier both years in her individual events as well as relays.
She continued her swimming career at Savannah College of Art &
Design in Georgia, where she studied art history and printmaking.
During her summers she continued to train and compete with FFSC. In
college, Coach Meg was a 4-year national qualifier, and a 5-time
individual national finalist. In 2016 she helped lead the Bees to
the NAIA national championship. She was a CSCAA Scholar
All-American and was named captain for the 2016-2017 competition
year. After graduating, she attended the Institute for Culinary
Education in New York where she studied pastry and baking
Morgan S Bishop
Coach Morgan joined the FFSC staff in April 2015, and after a
brief hiatus to attend graduate school at the University of
Illinois, he returned in the fall of 2019. Coach Morgan graduated
from Normal Community in 2014, and while he was in high school,
he swam for FFSC during its first two years of existence. He
graduated from Illinois Wesleyan in 2018, where he majored in
physics (pre-engineering). He was named the team's Most Improved
Swimmer his freshman year, and he ranks in the top 10 in IWU
history in the 100 back, 200 back, 200 IM, and 400 IM. Morgan has
also coached with the Four Seasons summer league team.
Kyle F Fox
Coach Kyle is excited to join the FFSC staff in the fall of
2019. He is a sophomore at Illinois Wesleyan and primarily swims
sprint freestyle. A history and secondary education major, Kyle's
goals are to teach US History and coach swimming and water polo.
Growing up in suburban Orland Park, Kyle swam club briefly in fifth
grade. He picked up the sport more seriously in high school,
earning All-Conference and All-Sectional honors in swimming
and water polo at Carl Sandburg HS. As a freshman at IWU in
2018-19, he was All-Conference in the 200 freestyle.
Outside the pool, Kyle enjoys collecting bobble heads, and he is
best known for leaving his old student ID taped to Coach
Tommy's desk for the past 6 months.
Tristan C Bishop
Coach Rebecca has been with FFSC since fall 2015, and she currently works as the lead coach of the Bronze 3 group. Her love of teaching is put to good use in all of her jobs. During the day, she works at Fairview Elementary as a math intervention specialist, and in the evenings, she can often be found coaching with either FFSC or Four Seasons. She lives in Bloomington with her husband John and their 3 kids, Morgan (who also coaches for FFSC), Tristan, and Devan.
Josh grew up in Sullivan, IL, and spent his age group career
with Sullivan Blue Dolphins and Decatur Swim Club.
He was a standout swimmer at Eastern Illinois University from
1999 to 2003, winning 9 conference titles and earning Summit League
"Swimmer of the Year" honors in 2002. He was a captain in 2002-03
and has held the school record in the 400 IM for 14 years.
Josh works at State Farm, but he can usually be found at the
pool. In addition to working with all FFSC groups as needed, he is
in his 5th year as an assistant coach at IWU, and he has continued
his post-college swimming career with the Central Illinois Masters.
His impressive masters swimming resume includes 9 national
championships in open water and distance events and the Illinois
state record in the men's 25-29 1650 free. In October 2014, he
competed in the longest race of his life, a 10-mile open water swim
in the Tennessee River Gorge, where he finished second to an open
Coach Tommy has been with FFSC since its inception in the fall of 2012, and he was the head senior coach from August 2013 to August 2016. He began his coaching career as an assistant with Glenbrook Aquatics. At GA, he worked with a wide variety of swimmers, ranging from beginners to age group state champions, and was mentored by longtime coaches Kelly Brown and Rob Bond. Tommy was an assistant coach with the girls’ and boys’ teams at Normal West High School in 2012-13. In September 2013, he was hired as an assistant coach at Illinois Wesleyan, and he became a full-time coach at IWU in 2016.
His goal is to develop swimmers who excel in high school and college while loving the sport and keeping the drive to work hard and improve. During his tenure as FFSC’s senior coach, the team placed several athletes in the finals at sectionals and senior state.
Tommy is a native of Northbrook, IL, and graduated from Glenbrook North High School. Growing up, he swam year-round for Northbrook Spartan Swim Club (now Glenbrook Aquatics), where he was coached by Vlad Pyshnenko. As a high school swimmer for coach Josh Runkle at GBN, Tommy swam on three All-American relays, and he was an Academic All-American, a member of the IHSA All-State Academic Team, and the winner of the school's sportsmanship award his senior year. He continued his career at Illinois Wesleyan, where he was a two-time All-Conference selection, a team captain, and IWU’s male recipient of the Merle Chapman Leadership Award.
When he’s not at the pool, Tommy enjoys spending time with his family and friends, golfing and playing other sports, and watching the Cubs.