Coach Lisa started swimming for the Rochester (MN) Swim Club Orcas in the sixth grade. She also swam all four years in high school and was a captain in her senior year. She continued her swimming career at the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point where she specialized in IM and breaststroke.
Lisa graduated college with a degree in Secondary Education and Spanish, which has allowed her the opportunity to both teach and continue her love of swimming by coaching boys and girls high school swim teams for five years.
Connor W Huff
Coach Connor began his swimming career at the tender age of four. In his first race, he scorched the water in the 25 yard Freestyle with a time of 2 minutes 43 seconds. The thunderous standing ovation he received hooked him.
Connor looks forward to sharing his passion for the sport with others.
Coach Emily started as a swimmer for HSSB at the age of 7 and swam with the team for 11 years. From 2011-2014, Emily was also a part of the Bay Port High School varsity team. Her swimming specialties are IM and butterfly. After her senior year of high school, she decided to focus on coaching and her academic career. Emily joined the HSSB coaching staff in 2014. She is also a certified lifeguard and Wisconsin Swim Instructor and works at the Howard-Suamico Community Pool in both those areas.
Emily loves working with kids, and is attending St. Norbert College to study elementary education. Her vision for the team is to get more people involved, excited about swimming, and find joy in it. This sport has changed Emily’s life for the better and she hopes to bring this experience to others.
Parker L Wolf
Coach Parker started her swim career at
age 7 for the Sheboygan Chinooks YMCA swim team. She went on to
swim three years in high school at Sheboygan North High School. She
was a Division I state medalist in the 50 and 100 freestyle. Parker
continued her swim career at UWGB where she specialized in sprint
freestyle. During her college career she was voted Academic-All
League, Two-time Horizon League Swimmer of the Week, Team Captain,
Most Valuable Swimmer, and UWGB's Female Athlete of the
Parker now carries that passion for
swimming by volunteering for the Special Olympics Swim Club in
Green Bay, lifeguarding at the YMCA, and being an assistant coach
for the Storm Breakers for the past
Alec T Rutkowski
Alec started swimming at
the age of 12 and did not think he would still be in the sport
today. He is a senior NCAA Division 1 swimmer at UWGB and competes
in any race that doesn't involve breaststroke, specializing in
butterfly and backstroke.
He has been coaching at
HSSB since the fall of 2016 and hopes to continue coaching for as
long as he can.
Coach Tracy started
swimming for PASC in 8th grade. She also swam
varsity for 4 years for Pulaski High School. While she
attended UWGB for her bachelors in Mathematics and Education, she
started coaching. She spent 10 years coaching area clubs and
the Bay Port Girls swim team before taking time off to be with her
3 children. Now her oldest child has joined HSSB and she is
excited to be back on deck.
Coach Roshel started her
swimming career at age 9 in Washington state and finished her
career at UWGB. After graduation, she started to coach
swimming. Over the last 25 years she has coached numerous
swimmers who went on to swim in college including her oldest, who
is a senior at UWSP. Her whole family is involved in
swimming, her husband, Jim, also coaches swimming and their other 4
children swim for HSSB. Her goal is that all swimmers will
continue in the sport of swimming through college swimming or
Coach Diandra started her swimming career
off at age 10 for the Howard Suamico Storm Breakers. She continued
on to swim for Bay Port Girls Swim Team, and then for 4 years for
University Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Her specialty strokes were
backstroke and IM, specifically 200 back and 400
She graduated from UW-SP
in Elementary Education and English as a Second Language, and
currently teaches 5th grade Language Arts and Social Studies at
Lineville Intermediate School.
Coach Natalie started
swimming at the age of 10 for Ozaukee Aquatics Swim Club. At the
high school level, she was on the Cedarburg High School Varsity
team all four years. She received a scholarship to swim at
UW-Milwaukee and swam all four years on the Conference team. As a
distance swimmer, Coach Natalie’s best events were the 500,
1000, and mile.
Coach Natalie graduated
from UW-Milwaukee as a Middle/Early Childhood Education degree and
a Math and Social Studies minor. Swimming was a huge part of her
life growing up, and she cannot wait to continue her love for the
sport and share her passion with others.