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Team general e-mail: centralyorkaquatics@gmail.com  For ALL registration questions, and general questions about the team, please email this account first before contacting the coaches.

Coaching Staff

Trevor Endler

Head Coach

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Trevor started competitively swimming at the age of ten for his local summer league team (Village.)  That following winter he joined the Raritan Valley YMCA Swim Team, and he continued to swim.  After graduating from high school, Trevor attended and swam for Lycoming College, where he was the main breaststroker all four years – setting a new school record all four years, including the 100 & 200 breaststroke and both the 200 & 400 medley relays. Trevor was elected as a captain of the team his senior year.  In all four years he was a top 8 finisher in the 100 and 200 breaststroke at the MAC championships.

Trevor was a coach for five years with his summer league team, Village.  While there, he coached all ages of swimmers from 4-18 and a wide range of skill levels.  Trevor has also filled in as a coach both with his high school and YMCA teams since graduating from both.  He is totally addicted to the competition and technique associated with the sport of swimming.  At home he likes to read, write, and watch anything associated with sports, and play video games when time allows.

Jim Gingerich

Assistant Coach

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Michael Zeigler

Assistant Coach

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Mike was born and raised in York, Pa.  He has been swimming competively since he was six years old.  His swimming career began in a summer league, swimming for the Wynfield Whales.  He eventually moved to the Wildcat Swim Club in Dallastown, PA., before swimming for the York YMCA.  During his club years, Mike also swam for Dallastown High School.  He then went on to swim in college for Bloomsburg University, where he also was a four year member of Bloomsburg's first water polo team.  While attending Bloomsburg University, he received a bachelors degree in business.

After graduating from college, Mike was hired to help coach the Wildcat Swim Club.  He coached with Wildcat for five years before taking a hiatus to start his family and marry his beautiful wife, Nicole, whom he met through coaching at Wildcat.  He and his wife now have two beautiful daughters, Isabella and Grace.  Mike works full time for his family company, Walter W. Zeigler's Sons, Inc.  
 
Mike gets his coaching inspriration and feel for the water from one of the great coaches in his life, former York YMCA coach Bill Schmidt.  He also has a desire to keep kids in love with the sport of swimming and motivated to keep training for their goals, which he credits to his old high school coach, Rich Howley.

 

Amber Noll

Assistant Coach

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Amber was born in York, PA.  She began competitively swimming at age 8 for the Rainbow Hills Swim Team in Harrisburg.  After returning to the York area, she competed for the Northeastern Bobcat Swim Club until age 12.  As she continued to progress in swimming, she moved to a year-round USA swim team, The York Bearcats, coached by Greg Bryant.  The team eventually changed names and linked up with North Baltimore Swim Club, at Crispus Attucks location.  During her first two years of high school, she swam for Northeastern Bobcats, and then changed sports to field hockey for her remaining years of high school. 

Amber currently lives in York with her husband, Jason and their two children, Reese and Greysen.  Amber comes from a family of competitive swimmers.  Her younger brother swam for the US Naval Academy and set numerous records during his 17-year swimming career.  Her daughter, Reese is a 3rd generation family swimmer.  She credits her love of the sport to her Mom, who also swam competitively for 13 years and to the coach who helped shape her, Greg Bryant. 

Jenne Lloyd

Assistant Coach

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Jenne began competitively swimming when she was 7 years old for Northeastern’s Bobcat Swim Club. She continued to swim through high school and she was a district qualifier in 2007 and 2008.  In high school, she swam the 200 and 500 free as well as the 100 breaststroke.

Her coaching inspiration comes from her high school coach, Dan Schaeberle and growing up watching her brother, Jason swim through his high school and college career.  After graduating from Northeastern in 2008, Jenne went on to Shippensburg University for her Bachelor’s of Arts in English in 2012. From there, she continued her education at Millersville University for her secondary education certification (2014) and reading specialist certification (2017). She is currently a substitute teacher for Northeastern.  She lives near Millersville in Lancaster County with her boyfriend of 7 years and their two dogs, Riley and Odin.

Jill Bohannon

Assistant Coach

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Jill began swimming at the age of 8 for her local YMCA team, the Franklin Flyers, in Franklin, PA. As a Franklin Flyer, she swam through her senior year of high school competing in both YMCA and USA Swimming events while also swimming for her high school team.  Jill was a YMCA district, state, and national qualifier every year she was eligible.  She was a PIAA district and state qualifier as well as District 10 champion in the 100 yard breaststroke and a member of her high school's first ever District 10 swimming championship team.  After high school, Jill took two years off from swimming before returning her junior year of college to swim for Indiana University of Pennsylvania.  As a member of IUP's swim team, she earned two All-American honors for the 200 & 400 yard medley relays. 

 Jill gets her coaching inspiration from her YMCA coach, Giles Bailey, who focused on the importance of stroke technique. Her love of swimming comes from the sport itself which allowed her to be competitive while being part of a close-nit team. This is her second time coaching at the club level.  Her first experience was as an assistant coach for Chartiers Valley Swim Club where she coached with her best friend and former teammate, Christie Shefchunas.  While Jill chose to pursue her business career, Christie went on to coach college swimming as well as Olympic swimmers. 

Jill lives in York with her husband, Chad, and their three children, Jakob, Claire, and Lily.  She is a teacher at North Hills Elementary School of Central York School District.
Board of Directors

Julie Tate

President

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Sarah Yacoviello

Vice President

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Nicole Keen

Communications

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Jen Eckert

Treasurer

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Carolyn Kirby

Secretary

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April Wobber

Volunteer Coordinator

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