Coaches & Directors
Coaching Staff

Phil Davis



 Phillip Davis is the Head Coach of the University of the Incarnate Word Men’s & Women’s Swimming & Diving Teams. He is the Head Coach and Owner of Streamline Aquatics. Coach Davis joined the UIW staff as the Head Coach of the women’s team in June 2006. During his first year the Lady Cardinal team had their highest finish ever at the conference championships and set 14 New School Records. Building on that success, UIW decided to add Men’s swimming & diving to UIW which started in the fall of 2007.

Coach Davis is a native of Camden, Arkansas where he excelled in several sports including Captain of the Football team. He moved on the Ouachita Baptist University where he was a 4 year letterman for the Tigershark swim team, Team Captain, and part of the last Conference Championship team. Coach Davis became the first Graduate Assistant swim coach at OBU while getting his Masters of Sports Administration at Henderson State University. Upon graduation, Coach Davis became the first full time assistant coach at Ouachita Baptist University.

His duties consisted of Recruiting Coordinator, Strength & Conditioning Coach, and Physical Education Instructor. Coach Davis was also the Head Arkadelphia High School Swimming & Diving Coach, Head USA-S Swim Coach for the satellite Arkansas Dolphins Swim team, and President of the South Arkansas Swimming Association summer league swim program.

During his time at OBU, Coach Davis had two OBU swimmers participate in the US Olympic trials and 26 athletes achieved All-American status. On the women's side, after he arrived at Ouachita Baptist in the spring of 2003, every single mark in the school's record book was broken. Additionally, at OBU twice the swimming teams had the nation's highest cumulative grade point average. While at OBU, he was an instructor in the Ouachita Baptist health, physical education and recreation department. Additionally, the 2006 spring semester he was an adjunct teacher in the physical education department at Henderson State University.

Rachel Woodard

Head Age Group/ Senior Coach



Rachel Woodard, Head Age Group and Senior Coach, brings a strong commitment to excellence and focus, with a background in technically proficient swimming.   Her swimming career began in South Texas as an age group swimmer.  She was a Junior National, Southern Zones, Texas High School State, TAGS, Texas All Stars, and South Texas Swimming champion and finalist.  Rachel continued her swimming career at the University of Toledo, where she set the backstroke pool record.  Throughout her swimming career, Rachel was fortunate to have great coaches, who developed her passion for the sport of swimming.

Rachel began her coaching career first as an Assistant Coach and then as a Head Coach for a summer league team.  In 2003, she became a certified USA Swimming coach.  In 2007, Rachel returned to San Antonio to continue her USA Swimming coaching career.  Rachel is active in South Texas Swimming and has served numerous times as a South Texas All Star Coach/ Head Coach and Zones Coach/ Head Coach; additionally she has served as the South Texas Swimming Camp Coordinator, Awards Chair, and Age Group Chair. 

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Rachel says, “Progress, through focus and determination, can be seen in the growth of all technical aspects of the strokes and racing styles.  Streamline is where fun and focus comes together, allowing each swimmer to realize full potential and take it to the next level". 


Olympic Trial, Senior National, Junior National, Futures, NCSA, & Sectional Qualifiers

Texas High School All-Americans

Texas High School State Champion & Medalists

Junior National Finalist

Futures Medalist

Sectional Medalists

USA Swimming Top 10 Athlete

Southern Zone Age Group Medalists

Texas Age Group State Champion & Medalists

Luke Shaw

Age Group Coach


Luke Shaw, a former Division I swimming and diving team captain and school record holder at Texas A&M, is in his first year with Streamline Aquatics.

During his time at A&M, Shaw was an All-American and a member of multiple NCAA top 15 team finishes.  He was named to the Southeastern Conference academic honor.

After graduating, Shaw volunteered with the University of Texas Men’s Swimming and Diving team before volunteering for his alma mater, Texas A&M.  During Shaw's tenure, he gained great experience working with several Olympians and Olympic coaches. Shaw will use that experience to help prepare and propel SASA swimmers for the next stages of their career!

Sergio Montelongo

Age Group Coach


Sergio was born in Fresnillo, Zacatecas, Mexico. He started swimming when he was six years old and has been in contact with water ever since. As an age grouper he held different state records in his native state of Zacatecas. He swam at State, Regional and National levels in Mexico.


He came to San Antonio in 2003 to attend the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) and swam for Alamo Area Aquatics from 2003-2005 and continued swimming from 2005-2007 for Rivercity Stampede. He was a volunteer coach for age groupers during his time at Rivercity Stampede.


His greatest swimming accomplishment was to finish 4th place in the National Mexican Long Course Championships in the 50m back and 5th in the 50m breast.


He joined Streamline Aquatics in September ’09 and is very excited about helping this team grow. He believes firmly that good technique, discipline and hard work are traits that shape excellent swimmers and he is committed to deliver these qualities to his swimmers. He loves creating an atmosphere that is conducive to not only deliver fast swimmers, but also excellent human beings.  




Texas Age Group State Champions & Medalists


Southern Zone Age Group Medalists


USA Swimming Top 10 Athletes


Sectional Qualifiers


South Texas Age Group Champions & Medalists 



Leah Woodard

Age Group Coach


Coach Leah Woodard brings enthusiasm in developing a nurturing environment in which to foster the love of swimming.

Her swimming career began as an average age-group swimmer, and developed in to a South Texas Age Group, TAGS, and Texas All Star champion. She excelled on to medal at Southern Zones, as well as qualifying for Junior and Senior Nationals in multiple events and years.

Leah received scholarships to swim at both Florida State University and the University of Toledo. Throughout her swimming career, Leah learned that there are many things in life that can motivate you to persevere.

Leah began coaching with her sister Rachel at a young age on a local summer league team. She then continued on to coach as the head coach of her own local summer league team. During college, she continued to work with children as she pursued a bachelor of education.

Leah became a certified USA swimming coach in 2009, and served as the head coach for one year for the Bobcat Swim Club in Athens, Ohio. Since returning to Texas, Leah has coached for the Texas Elite Aquatics Members and reunited with her local summer league swim team before joining the Streamline Aquatics family. Leah has been active in South Texas Swimming serving as a Southern Zones Coach, Awards Chair, Club Development Coordinator, and Southern Zone Board of Review Member.

Leah’s focus is in teaching proper swimming technique in a way that is fun to learn. She thrives on taking emergent learning opportunities to teach lessons about swimming as well as life. She believes that a swim team should offer daily activities and interactions for peers while fostering their social, emotional, and physical growth.

Coach Leah says: “We are all individuals, with different talents and abilities; but, one thing we all have in common is the ability to try. Streamline is a place where we can feel safe to test the waters to see what we are made of!” 


Texas Age Group Championship Medalist

USA Swimming Top 10 Athlete

Sectional Qualifiers

High School Regional Qualifiers

Andrii Nikishenko

Age Group Coach


Andrii was born in Crimea, Ukraine. He started swimming at the age of 5 for the “Motor Sich” swim club. Andrii was a part of the Junior Ukrainian National Swimming Team from 2004-2006. During this time, he won 8 gold medals in the 100 backstroke, 200 backstroke, and 200 freestyle. In 2006, Andrii competed in his first international competition, the Junior European Championships in Spain, capturing the bronze medal. From 2006 – 2013, he was a part of the Ukrainian National Team, winning 18 National Champion titles. He came to Phoenix Swim club in 2012, where he trained with Olympic champions Roland Schoeman, Darian Townsend, Jessica Hardy, and World Champion Julia Efimova.

Andrii then went on and transferred to the University of The Incarnate Word, receiving 2ND place in the 2013 NCAA Division II in the 200 backstroke. In the same event, he won the CCSA Championships Division I in 2014.  Andrii graduated the University of the Incarnate Word with a bachelor’s of Sports Management. Andrii has been coaching for Streamline Aquatics since 2015. Listed are just a little more of his accomplishments. European Championships: 2006, 2012, World Cups: 2008, 2009, Ukrainian National Army Team: 2008-2012, World Military Games- 4th, East European Games- 1st and 2nd fastest time in Ukrainian history on 200 backstroke – 1.59.74.

Nick Campanella

Age Group Coach


Nicholas Campanella was born in Montana and developed an interest in the water from an early age.  He dabbled in club swimming starting at the age of 5 with the Falls Aquatic Swim Team.  Nick eventually made his way downstream to Texas where he swam at Winston Churchill High School.  He achieved Sectionals cuts as well as TAGS times in his 100 yard breaststroke.
Nick chose the coaching path after high school and coached for numerous summer league and club squads before finding his home at Streamline Aquatics. Nick is a firm believer in the power of proper technique and works to hone swimmers focus.

Aaron Moran

Age Group Coach


Aaron Moran is currently on his third year at the University of the Incarnate Word swimming for their NCAA Division 1 mens swimming program. He is working on getting his Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Statistics. 

Aaron began swimming at the age of 5 years old where he grew up in Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico. He then moved to San Antonio with his family where he began swimming for Alamo Area Aquatics at the age of 7. In the time that he was there (2003-2014), he was a STAGS champion, TAGS champion and medalist, team record holder, high school All-American and Academic All-American, He was a State qualifier in his sophomore, junior and senior years.  He was a State champion in the 200 free relay and runner-up in the 200 IM and 400 free relay He was also a Sectionals medalist, Junior National medalist, and Senior National qualifier. He attended Louis D. Brandeis High School (2011-2014) where he currently holds 6 school records in individual events and 4 relay records. He was a 3-time team captain for his high school swim team and water polo team. 

During his freshman year at the University of the Incarnate Word, Aaron was a CCSA conference champion in the 200 backstroke, a 3rd place finisher in the 400 IM, and on the team record setting 4 x 200 freestyle relay. During his sophomore year at the CCSA Championships, he was the runner up in the 200 backstroke, the 4th place finisher in the 100 backstroke, 6th place finisher in the 500 freestyle, and was the backstroke leg of the 3rd place finishing 4 x 100 medley relay.

He believes that an environment high on positivity and filled with love for the sport births great, fast swimming. Growing up through the sport, he believes swimming has built him into the person and student that he is today. The qualities instilled within him are what drive him to pass along as much knowledge to these young swimmers as possible to give them the chance that his past/current coaches have given him. 

Coming from a large swim club at Alamo Area to Streamline has showed him what advantages working in a smaller club has. From top to bottom, Aaron says, “This organization generates the best environment for young swimmers to have the opportunity to achieve anything and everything they want in the sport.” 

Georgette Lockwood

Age Group Coach


Georgette Lockwood offers a creative and positive approach to learning and education in the water. She first began instructing children how to swim at the age of 13, showing up early to be a volunteer coach for summer league. After swimming for Winston Churchill Highschool, she went on to earn her Bachelor’s Degree from Boston University in Theatre Arts and Acting.

After moving west, she had the opportunity of designing and coordinating the Learn to Swim program in addition to becoming the head coach of the summer league team at Alpine Hills in Portola Valley, California. Her background in the arts allows her to create an engaging and fun environment for children to learn the foundations of swimming, and her strength as a stroke technician makes her a perfect match for novice athletes.

She believes that a “growth mindset” must be encouraged at the earliest stages of swimming, instilling a strong focus on the process and not the end result. Fostering a safe environment for children to learn new skills and find the fun in accepting new challenges is paramount to their success, not only as athletes, but also, as young adults.