Matthew L Anderson
Coach Anderson is a former DCST age group swimmer who went on to
swim at NIU. During his senior year at NIU, he was named team
captain. While at NIU, Coach Anderson was also an assistant
coach for DCST. After graduation, he then spent 5 years as
the Assistant Men and Women’s Swimming Coach at NIU. He
then left DeKalb to become the Assistant Women’s Coach at The
Ohio State University for 4 years. After his tenure at OSU,
he has been the Head Women’s Swimming and Diving Coach at
Youngstown State University for the past 14 years.
McKaylah has loved the water as far back as she can remember. To help foster this love she joined the Ottawa YMCA Swim Team at the age of 7 and continued to swim throughout high school. She swam for four years>
After high school, she attended her local community college, Illinois Valley Community College, for two years. She obtained an Associates in Science degree and then transferred to NIU. She is now a junior in the Kinesiology program, and is in pursuit of a masters degree in occupational therapy.
Coaching for DCST has been the best job experience, as well as a great tool that has helped shape her future career path. She has always known that she wants to have a career in which she has the opportunity to help people, but coaching has helped solidify her decision>
Krissy Frohlich started as a swim coach in the fall of 2015. She has coached for the Fox Valley Aqua Force and the Oswego Otters, as well as being a swim instructor for a year and a half at the Fox Valley YMCA.
She started swimming at Aqua Force when she was 8 after finishing lessons, and swam for teams such as Delta Aquatics, The Academy Bullets, and DCST.
Rebecca M Scott
Coach Becky was first introduced to the sport of swimming in 2004 when she was ten at the Fox Valley YMCA in Plano, Illinois. Soon after in 2006, she started competing for the DeKalb County Swim Team along with some of her fellow Fox Valley swimmers. Becky started coaching and swimming for DCST in 2007. She was YMCA National Qualifier in the 50-meter Butterfly and 200-meter Butterfly. Becky’s favorite memory included breaking the 50-meter butterfly DCST record at Nationals with her younger sister and another DCST swimmer. Coach Becky loved any set that was butterfly. Her not so favorite sets were 40x200s and the 3,000 for time.
After her YMCA career, Becky went>
Becky also met her husband, Lee, while working at the Kishwaukee YMCA. They met in 2011 and have been inseparable ever since. They said their vows October 2016 and are currently new home owners as well as puppy parents.