KATHY STROCK    [email protected]             

Lead Coach:   Senior, Platinum, Masters

Head Assistant Coach:   Senior, Gold, Sharks, Bethel Park Varsity Swimming & Diving 


Coach Kathy is a 1994 graduate of Bethel Park where she was a four-time WPIAL and PIAA qualifier.    She continued her swimming career for 3 years at the University of Pittsburgh before having to take her senior year off due to injury.   During that year she coached the Team Pittsburgh Aquatics age group team.  Following graduation from Pitt in 1998, Coach Kathy was hired to coach swimming at Bethel Park.   She has been coaching at BP ever since then, with the exception of a few years away to have her babies.  

Coach Kathy lives in Bethel Park with her husband Justin, and their three children, TJ, Hannah, and Nathaniel.  When she's not coaching, she likes to hang out with her family and friends doing lots of fun things (and watch reality tv but don't tell anyone that)!




ANNIE SEKULSKI        [email protected]     

Assistant Coach:     Senior, Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze, Sharks, Bethel Park Varsity Swimming & Diving


Annie is a 2008 graduate of State College Area High School where she swam for their varsity swimming and diving team, Big Cat Aquatics, the Aqua Lions, and the Park Forest Bullfrogs.  After high school, Annie continued her education at Penn State Behrend in Erie, PA where she played water polo and swam.  At Behrend, Annie became an 8-time school record holder, an All-American water polo player, and in her senior year was named Female Athlete of the Year.  Annie graduated in 2013 with a degree in psychology.  In college, Annie coached for Erie Aquatics Club and the Park Forest Bullfrogs. 

Following graduation, Annie continued her coaching career at Penn State Behrend where she assisted the head swimming and water polo coaches with all aspects of Division III athletics.  After leaving Erie PA, Annie coached at Upper Perkiomen YMCA outside of Philadelphia.  When she moved to Pittsburgh in the spring of 2016, Annie started working at Shaler Area Swim Club. She spent two years there before moving to the South Hills and joining Bethel Park.

Annie is excited to be a part of Bethel Park swimming.  Annie and her husband Andy live in Brookline with their daughter Edith.



EMILY EIBEN         [email protected]     

Lead Coach:         Gold

Assistant Coach:    Platinum, Sharks


We are excited to continue to have former BPR swimmer Emily Eiben on our staff!  Emily began her swimming career as an 8 and under with Coach Jane and continued her swimming career with almost all of the current BPR staff (Coach Kathy, Coach Kelly and Coach K).   Emily is a 7 time BPR record holder and a four-time W.P.I.A.L. and P.I.A.A. Qualifier in high school.  She was a member of numerous Sectional Teams and was invited to participate in the AMS Select Trip to Colorado in 2010.  After graduating from Bethel in 2011, Emily continued her swimming career at Division III powerhouse Denison where she achieved NCAA "B" cuts in the 200 fly all four years. 

She graduated in 2016 with Cum Laude Honors with a degree in Psychology and Economics.  She recently began working for UMPC in the Human Resources Department. 

When she's not working or coaching, Emily likes to work out, eat, cuddle with her dogs, and spend time with family and friends.   

"I am excited to coach in the sport that I love!"



JANE BRACKETT    [email protected]         

Lead Coach:         Silver, Bronze


Coach Jane was born in Hastings, England, and graduated from the City of Birmingham Polytechnic in 1980 with a degree in Foreign Language in Business.   She swam for St. Mary's School and the Baldslow Swim team from 1970-1975.  She moved to the United States in 1998 with her husband and two daughters as her husband's job transferred him to the States, initially for two years, but they are still here!

From 2000-2013 Coach Jane was the Lead Coach of the 8 & under team.   In 2013, after some group adjustments, she became the Lead Coach for the Bronze and Silver training groups, and is also the Aquatics Supervisor for Bethel Park Recreation, organizing the Learn to Swim Program. 

Coach Jane is also the proud mother of two daughters, Susi and Charlotte, both of whom represented Bethel Park at the W.P.I.A.L. and P.I.A.A. Championships, swam at college, and Charlotte qualified to swim at the British Olympic Trials in 2012. 

Coach Jane knows the positive impact swimming can have on a child from personal experience. It brings self-confidence, teammates who are friends for life, a healthy lifestyle, self-discipline, and it opens doors that you didn't even know were there.



MICHELLE BECKER    [email protected]     

Assistant Coach:     Silver, Bronze, Sharks


Coach Michelle started her swimming career at 6 years old with the Peters Township Swim Club.   She swam for Mercersburg Academy in high school where she was a member of the Eastern Champion Team, an All-American, and a National qualifier.   Coach Michelle continued her swimming at Allegheny College where she was a 12-time All-American, school record holder, and team captain.  She graduated from Allegheny with a B.S. in Psychology and Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education.  She has previously coached at Valleybrook Country Club and Peters Township Swim Club.  

Coach Michelle is the proud mother of three daughters, Madison, Emma, and Kaitlyn.  When she is not coaching or at a meet, Coach Michelle loves to cook/bake, hang with family and friends, bike and run with her girls, walk with Bailey & Parker, the family dogs.  Her favorite escape hands down are the beaches in Sarasota Florida.  Coach Michelle is also a regular participant with the BP Masters Swim Team.  

Coach Michelle says, " I'm thrilled to be a part of the BPRST family!!! Swimming has always been such a big part of my life. It taught me discipline, hard work, team effort, dedication, determination, and heart. I love being able to give back and be a part of the swimming world by encouraging our swimmers to find the best in themselves. It is awesome to see the swimmers progress and even better to watch them accomplish their goals. So important to be a TEAM and have fun!" GO HAWKS:)