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Coaching Staff

Alessandro Storniolo

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Alessandro Storniolo is the most recent addition to the SWMKE coaching staff, and will primarily be coaching group K throughout the short and long course seasons.

Alessandro swam for Saint Thomas More High School for four years, and spent two years as a team captain. He swam for Robert White since the beginning of SWMKE, and specialized in breast stroke.

While coaching, Alessandro will be attending the Milwaukee School of Engineering as he pursues a master’s degree in Structural Engineering.

Katherine R Rovertoni

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Katie swam competitively for 13 years.  An avid breastroker, she was a Zone and Speedo Sectional Qualifier during her time working with Bob White at Lake Country.  Katie also swam for Arrowhead High School and the team won the WI State High School championship title all four years she was on the team. She went on to compete on the Marquette University club swim team while earning her bachelors degree.  Katie enjoys traveling, biking, and enjoying Milwaukee restaurants with her husband Flavio.

Ann White

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Ann earned her BA from the University of WI - Milwaukee, and her teaching certification from Alverno College. She began coaching in 1977, and has been a successful age group and high school coach.  She coached at Arrowhead High School in the 1980’s, building the program to a state championship in 1987. In her career, she has coached numerous All-American, state record holders, and state champions. Her peers voted her the Wisconsin Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association's Coach of the the Year two times. Ann enjoys coaching all levels>

Lauren A Heiden

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Lauren is a 200 hour certified yoga instructor and coaches the team's dryland training. She swam for New Berlin Eisenhower and was a Milwaukee County Lifeguard. She believes yoga can help achieve balance in body and mind by incorporating breath work, mindfulness, strength and flexibility. Gentle on the joints, forgiving of injuries and other physical limitations, and deeply relaxing, swimming and yoga, when practiced together, unite their strengths, making for a more balanced athlete. Logging laps in the pool undoubtedly provides physical and psychological benefits. Too much time spent in the water without counteracting or opposing activities can be detrimental, resulting in body misalignment and lack of bone strength.