Diego M Henao
A Note from the Coach
I’m Diego Henao, your head coach. I hope our Jenks High School Swimming traditions of excellence that were established by former Coach John Turner and his athletes remain for years to come. I truly believe this is the best swim program in Oklahoma. We have high expectations for our swimmers! Enthusiasm, hard work, and team spirit are required of all Jenks student-athlete. Parents, please support them by participating in the Jenks HS Swim booster club.
Trojans for life!
We are here to support your needs. If your questions are related to workouts, meets, events, goal setting, and other swimming related needs, please contact one of the coaches. For all questions related to administrative, such as dues, safety, or policy issues, please contact one of the board members.
Ali has been involved in swimming and aquatics for many years,
joining a swim team when she was 8 years old. She swam,
life-guarded and taught swim lessons through high school and then
attended University of Nebraska at Kearney on a swimming
scholarship. Ali then received a Bachelor of Art degree in Exercise
Science at Wichita State University.
Ali has been coaching swimming for over 15 years, including 10 years with Jenks Trojan Swim Club. She is continuing her coaching career with Jenks Trojan Swim Club, and also as Assistant Coach for Jenks High School Swim Team. Ali's aquatic career also includes YMCA Aquatic Director and Navy MWR Fitness & Aquatic Director. She is a member of ASCA and has completed levels 1-2 certifications.
Seth and Ali have four children; Drew, Lane, Kya, and Jade who attend Jenks Schools. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading, knitting and working out. Teaching and coaching for over 20 years, Ali enjoys sharing her knowledge and passion for swimming.
Morgan started swimming his freshman year of high school, and swam throughout his high school career. His junior year of high school he began teaching swim lessons for Jenks Community Education and continued for three years. During senior year Morgan began to coach for Jenks Trojan Swim Club. Morgan left for OSU where he was the head coach of Stillwater Shockers Swim Club. After transferring to Oral Roberts University, he resumed coaching again at the Jenks Trojan Swim Club. He has started two programs at the Jenks Trojan Aquatic Center; Bridge to Competition Lesson Program and Jenks Trojan Water Polo. He has since graduated from ORU with a degree in Sports Management.