Head Coach, Scott Mueller started his coaching career as an “Aggie Swim Camp coach”, and went on to assist the Men’s Team at Texas A&M working with the distance, mid-distance and sprint groups during his fifth year. After that, he coached a YMCA Masters Team in Austin Texas. He then coached a year for Ozaukee Aquatics, in Mequon, WI. He has been the Head Coach for Menomonee Falls Swim Club for 8 1/2 years. Over the eight years he has coached a variety of athletes from Novice Level to State, Junior National, Senior National and Olympic Trial Qualifying swimmers. He has also coached a swimmer to a USA National Junior Team 2011-2012 and was named a 2011-2012 National Junior Team Coach.
As a coach, Scott draws from his personal experiences in the pool. He started his career as a competitive swimmer at the age of six. Collecting many team & state records, and Top 16 rankings along the way, he knows the hard work and dedication it takes each and every day. A graduate of Homestead High School, Coach Scott led the Highlanders to multiple team state titles and individual state titles of his own in the 200 IM and 100 free. Attaining All-American status in 1999 & 2000, was the Wisconsin State Division I Swimmer of the Year in 2000, a Junior National Champion in the 400 IM in the spring of 2000 and a Senior National Qualifier in 2000.
Coach Scott went on to swim for Texas A&M University. He was a three time All-American, a Big 12 champion (400 IM), and held multiple school records. He qualified for Olympic Trials in 2004 in the 200 IM and again in 2012 in the 50 Free, attained a world ranking in the 400 IM and graduated with a degree in Finance.
When not coaching, Scott likes to get in a round of golf, or head to Northern Wisconsin for some fishing.
Coach Scott believes that many of life’s lessons can be taught in the pool, besides becoming the best possible swimmer that you can be. Keeping it fun, yet challenging on each level is a philosophy that he strives to attain each day on the deck.
Head Age-Group Coach - SN/SA/GA/Srs
Jennie Wolf Coach Jennie began
coaching at MFSC in October, 2008. She primarily works with
the Silver and Gold Age Groups, and can also be found helping with
Silver Novice and the Seniors.
Coach Jennie began her swimming career as an
8 year old, swimming for West Bend Swim Club. She attended
West Bend East High School, and was a 4 time state qualifier.
She received the Conference Swimmer of the Year award in
2001, as well as the West Bend East Girls Coaches Award in
2002. As a Senior in High School, Jennie began coaching the
Novice groups with West Bend Swim Club.
Coach Jennie continued her swimming career
at UW Stevens Point. While at UWSP she was a 10 time
Conference Champion, a 4 time Division III All-American Honorable
Mention, and received All-American Honors in the 100 Breaststroke
and 200 Medley Relay as a Senior. She was voted team MVP in
2005 and 2006, and received the WIAC Scholar Athlete Award in
As an Assistant Coach with UWSP (2006-2007)
Coach Jennie worked with the I.M. group, ran dry-lands for the
distance swimmers, and served as the Assistant Coach for the UWSP
Women’s National Team. While in Point she also coached
at the Central Wisconsin Swim Camps and was a WIAA
While coaching at MFSC, Coach Jennie has
worked with all age groups and abilities, including several 12
& Under State Qualifiers. She has enjoyed watching the
age group swimmers progress over the past 3 years, and looks
forward to even more success in the future.
Coach Matt has been coaching the Gold Novice group for Menomonee
Falls Swim Club since 2012. He currently lives in Menomonee Falls
and works at North Middle School.
Matt swam just a few years in High School for the Brookfield
combined boys team, but instantly loved the sport. After being away
from swimming for just a few years in college, Coach Matt began his
coaching career as a volunteer assistant coach at Riverside
University High School while student teaching before
graduating with a degree in Education and History.
Following the season he spent with the Riverside Boys team,
Coach Matt became the assistant coach for Waukesha North Boys and
Menomonee Falls Girls High School teams, helping each team to
numerous state qualifiers.
Since then Coach Matt has become the Head Coach for West Allis
Boys swimming and the Menomonee Falls Middle School Head Coach,
where he implements the knowledge and passion he has gained from
During his time with MFSC Coach Matt has worked with all ages,
however no matter the age or group it has been most rewarding to
see and hear both from swimmers and parents the effect swimming and
MFSC has had.
Matt went to school at Brown Deer High School where he swam for four years on the high school team. In the off season he spent his time swimming for the Schroeder YMCA Swim Team for two years. After he graduated high school he decided to continue his education by going to University of Wisconsin - Whitewater where he majored in elementary education and minored in coaching and in general science. During his time at Whitewater he coached for South Central Swim Team located in Janesville, WI. His main focus when working at SCST was the Age Group where they would work on technique of all strokes and worked on having fun in swimming. He worked at SCST for three years until he moved back to Brown Deer in May of 2015. He then completed his student teaching placement and graduated in December of 2015. He is very excited to be back coaching!!!
Heather has been coaching the Silver Novice group for the Menomonee Falls Swim Club since 2011. She works at Robert W. Baird & Co. in downtown Milwaukee as a Compliance Officer.
Coach Heather started swimming competitively at age 5 for the Germantown Seahawk Swim Club. At the age of 13 she joined the Menomonee Falls Swim Club where she still holds the club record for the 200 Medley and 200 Free Relays.
Heather attended Germantown High School where she was a 4 year letter winner and team captain and held school records in the 100 backstroke and 200 medley relay. When Heather decided to swim at Wheaton College (IL) she thought she would continue to swim the 100 back. Upon meeting her coach for the first time, he asked if she had ever swam the mile. After answering truthfully, it was decided that she would be a distance swimmer for Wheaton and that was it. She was a 4 year letter winner, making the Division III National B-cut in the 1,650 every year and being selected to swim at the Division III Nationals meet her junior year. Heather graduated from Wheaton in 1998 with a BA in Literature.
Heather started coaching for Germantown in 1999 and worked over the years with the newer swimmers, including some current MFSC swimmers. She worked one season as the assistant coach for the Germantown High School girls swim team. When the high school pool closed and the swim club broke up, Heather took some years off to pursue her career with Baird.Coming back to the sport after a few years off, she noticed that even in that short time there were many new and exciting techniques and even new rules to learn. What hasn’t changed over the years is that it is important for swimmers to have fun and learn new skills simultaneously. It’s rewarding to teach kids about teamwork and respect at such a young age and watch the swimmers flourish in and out of the pool.
Coach Tim Began coaching for MFSC in the fall of 2015. He started working with both Silver and Gold Novice groups before settling in as Gold Novice coach in the fall of 2016. He currently works as a welder in West Bend, WI for a company that makes scissor lifts for different companies around the world.
Tim Began swimming when he was 9 years old for the Germantown Seahawk Swim Club. After Germantown Lost the pool he kept swimming a few more years until GSSC disbanded. After a few year break from swimming to try other things, he got back into the water when he was a freshman in high school, swimming for the Falls/Hamilton/G-town co-op (attended Germantown High School) and also joined MFSC, swimming for coach Scott and coach Jennie. Throughout his time in high school Coach Tim worked at the Tri-county YMCA as a swim instructor for both pre-school and school-age swim lessons, also coaching the Y's swim team where they competed against other local YMCA's. After he graduated in 2011 his time as an athlete in the water ended to pursuit new things in life.
In the summer of 2015 He got in contact with Scott and was excited to begin his coaching career working with his former team and coaches.
Outside of swim and his day job, coach Tim spends most of his time in the fall, outdoors hunting and fishing with family and friends. He also Enjoys playing Adult league softball in the summer time.
Coach Tim's favorite thing about coaching is seeing the kids succeed and improve everyday through hard work and perseverance at both practice AND meets, as he himself learns more and more everyday. He greatly appreciates the ability to work with the kids and he hopes to continue to do so for years to come.
Liz overseas our Pre-Competive Group. In addition to being a former high school and collegiate swimmer, Liz has over ten years experience teaching swimming lessons. Liz has been involved with the Menomonee Falls Swim Club since June 2009, as a parent and a board member. She currently has two daughters on the team, Sarah, 16 years old, and Emily, 8 years old.
Rachel attended the University of Northern Iowa for four years and
would briefly return during the summer months to help coach
MFSC’s Silver Novice age group. Throughout high school,
Rachel served as a swim instructor for both Tri-County YMCA and
MFSC’s Pre-Competitive age group. Rachel is currently a coach
for MFSC’s Silver Novice age group and an assistant coach for
the MFHAM women’s high school swimming team. While coaching,
she will also be going back to school to study nursing and to
receive her EMT certification.
Rachel, at the age of nine, started swimming competitively for the
Germantown Seahawks Swim Club. In 2006, when the Germantown pool
shut down, Rachel and her two siblings began swimming for Menomonee
Falls Swim Club. After fully committing to the sport of swimming,
Rachel qualified for multiple state, zones, and NCSA Junior
National meets under Coach Scott Mueller. Rachel currently holds
club records in the 200, 500, 1000, and 1650-yard freestyle as well
as the 200, 400, and 800 free relays. While attending Germantown
High School, Rachel swam and competed for the Warhawks. She was a
2-time state qualifier and still remains the record holder in the
100 free, 200 free relay and 400 free relay.
As stated above, Rachel is a recent college graduate from the
University of Northern Iowa, where she swam competitively and
received a degree in Kinesiology, with a minor in Coaching. Her
primary stroke is freestyle with a focus on distance swimming.
Rachel was a captain during her junior year season and holds
individual (500 free) and relay records (400 and 800 free relays)
for the University of Northern Iowa panthers.
Rachel is passionate about the sport of swimming and cannot wait to
share her knowledge and experiences with MFSC’s younger
swimmers. Swimming is fun and something that she still loves and
will continue to love everyday!