Coaches & Directors

We are here to support your needs.  Feel free to contact us at any time. If your questions are related to workouts, meets, events, goal setting, and other swimming related topics, please contact our Head Coach.

For all questions related to team administration, such as fundraising, social events, parent volunteer requirements, upcoming meetings, team apparel, team suits & swim caps or escrow accounts, please contact one of the Board Members.

If you have questions regarding Dundee Township Park District programs, fees or policies, please contact the DTPD front desk staff, or Mike Eschenbach, Aquatics Supervisor. 

Coaching Staff

Amie Adams

Head Coach


Coach Amie has been the Head Coach of the Dundee Dolphins since 2013. 

Her swim career started as a kid where she split her time between the Rolling Meadows and Mount Prospect Park District Swim teams. Amie then swam four years at Rolling Meadows High School and served as Varsity Co-Captain her senior year. Her coaching career also began at Rolling Meadows High School where she was the Assistant Coach for both the boys and girls swim team and helped run the Township High School District 214’s summer camp for two years. In addition to coaching the Dolphins, Amie has been the JV Coach for the Dundee Crown High School Girls Swim Team and continues to help when needed. 

Coach Amie has a B.A. in Psychology and received her M.S. in School Counseling from Eastern Illinois University in 2009. In addition to coaching, she works at Oakton Community College as a Dual Credit Specialist and enjoys her role in Academic Affairs.

Coach Amie's coaching philosophy in her own words is, “I believe involvement in sports fosters success later in life as athletes learn the importance of hard work, teamwork, and sportsmanship. Swimming is more than just a competitive sport. It teaches self-discipline, encourages healthy habits, can enhance a child’s self-esteem and shows the athlete what they are capable of both in the water and in life. I think it is extremely important to engage all swimmers and promote a positive environment so the athlete enjoys the spirit of competition and growth."

Deidre Morgan

Lead Assistant Coach


Coach Deidre jumped into the swimming world when she was 9 years old with the Freeport Aquatic Swim Team (F.A.S.T.). At her 1st team tryout they recommended that she get swimming lessons before she tryout again the following season but ended up letting her join reluctantly. Within her 1st year, she qualified for the age group state championship meet and went on to win a few age group state championships to top it off. So anyone looking to join our team for the 1st time, please keep that in mind! And to our veteran swimmers as well, the sky is the limit!!

Coach Deidre went on to compete for Freeport High School where she also won an Illinois High School State Championship and was awarded All American 9 times. She finished out her swimming career with the University of Minnesota where she also majored in Elementary Education.

Coach Deidre now has two young daughters that you might see around deck occasionally as well!

Pat Tucker

Assistant Coach


Pat Tucker has been around pools for most of her life. She grew up with a pool in her backyard, joined the Coho Swim Team (Deerfield, IL) as a child, swam on her high school team, and continued swimming for all four years at Augustana College, where she was a two-year National Qualifier. It is also at Augustana where she met her husband through the hazy fog of chlorine while he was the Assistant Men’s coach.

Through the years, Pat has taught swimming lessons, lifeguarded, coached a high school team, and still enjoys swimming laps in the morning before heading to her full time job as Human Resources Manager at International Teams in Elgin where she does her part in bringing people together to help the oppressed. Pat has worked at this organization for over twenty years, and loves the meaningful work she does there.  

All three of her adult children swam competitively at some point in their lives as well, so she brings experience as a swimmer, coach, instructor, and parent to the team. She has been a fantastic addition to our team as she shares her love of aquatics with your children.

Faith Terlecki

Assistant Coach


Coach Faith graduated in May from Carroll University with her Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration, and minors in Management and Leadership, and Communication. She is currently working full time at Kishwaukee Hospital in DeKalb as the Volunteer Coordinator.

Coach Faith was a competitive swimmer for 13 years, swimming on various teams including Elgin Cyclones, Dundee Dolphins, and Trails. She also swam varsity for Jacobs High School and was a captain her senior year. Coach Faith swam in college for a couple of seasons until her shoulder injury, followed by surgery, stopped her. She was a coach for Trails for 3 years and absolutely loved it. She is very excited to begin coaching again, back at the team where it all began.

Faith Kenaga

Assistant Coach


Faith Kenaga started coaching for the Dolphins in the Fall of 2016 as a senior at Dundee Crown High School. Having grown up on the dolphins and having swam competitively for Dundee Crown High School, Faith brought years of coaching techniques she learned as a swimmer while also building on her experience as a swim lesson instructor and as a coach for the Jr. Dolphins Swim Team. She is currently studying Nursing at Carroll University and we enjoy the positive energy she brings back on holiday and summer breaks. 

Reid Coyle

Assistant Coach


Reid has been coaching with the Dolphins since 2017, inititally starting out as a dry land coach for the 13+ age group. With his extensive swim background, he quickly adjusted to a full coaching role for the following season and brings a great energy to the team. Reid will be attending Maryvale University starting Fall 2018. 


Faith DiSilvestro

Junior Coach


Tori Bernstein

Assistant Coach


Board of Directors

Mike Eschenbach

Aquatics Supervisor