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  Meet T2 Aquatic's Paul Yetter by Josh Huger   Created September 15th, 2010     T2 Aquatics coach Paul Yetter has had a very successful coaching career thus far, including coaching elite athletes such as Katie Hoff, Elizabeth Pelton, Courtney Kalisz, Felicia Lee, and Daniel Madwed. Since 2004, Coach Yetter has had swimmers reach the Olympic Games, World Championships, Pan Pacific Games, World University Games, and Pan American Games. These accomplishments have provided Coach Yetter with the opportunity to represent the USA as an assistant coach during the 2005 World Championships,...

Swimming: T2, YMCA pair up with dreams of building nationally elite program By ADAM FISHER Friday, May 7, 2010 NAPLES — Southwest Florida’s newest competitive swim team has wasted no time making a splash in a local pool. The YMCA of the Palms announced this week that it is teaming with T2 Aquatics, a swim club for all ages formed in 2009 by longtime YMCA volunteer Kevin Erndl. T2 takes over management of the YMCA Norris Aquatics Center in North Naples, where it will host practices and meets. Also this week,...

  Paul Yetter Returning to Club Coaching in Florida  -- May 4, 2010  AUBURN, Alabama, May 4. AUBURN Assistant Swimming Coach Paul Yetter is leaving the Auburn program to return to his club team roots after accepting a position as head coach and part-owner of the newly-formed T2 Aquatics Club in Naples, Fla.   Prior to Auburn, Yetter coached with the North Baltimore Aquatic Club from 2001-2009, where he assisted with coaching athletes such as Katie Hoff. Under Yetter's tutelage, Hoff participated in the 2004 and 2008 Olympic Games. During the 2007-08...

  Erndl makes swimming U.S. National team Annabelle Tometich October 12, 2009 As the alarm clock sounded at 4 a.m., Erika Erndl rolled over and let it blare. It was late summer in 2005, and four years removed from a successful swimming career at the University of North Carolina, the wake-up call wasn't for her. Pool-side sunrises were becoming a distant memory for the then-27-year-old. A first-grade teacher at Naples Park Elementary in Naples, Fla., Erndl's alarm wouldn't go off until hours later. The current clatter was for her husband. Also...

Swimming: On heels of record-setting performance at U.S. Open, Naples' Erndl makes national team By ADAM FISHER Thursday, August 20, 2009   At an age when most swimmers are hanging up their Speedos, things just keep getting better for Erika Erndl. After setting three meet records at the U.S. Open earlier this month, the 31-year-old Naples resident recently got the best news of her swimming career. An e-mail from USA Swimming officials Wednesday informed Erndl she has been named to the national team. Making the U.S. team means Erndl will...

U.S. Open Champion Erika Erndl Talks About Defying Age to Swim Lifetime Bests on  The Morning Swim Show, August 19, 2009  PHOENIX, Arizona, August 19. TODAY'S edition of  The Morning Swim Show features an interview with a sprint freestyler who has bucked the odds to become U.S. Open champion.    Host Peter Busch introduces this interview with Erika Erndl, who won the women's 100 free at the U.S. Open recently and is making a comeback at 31 years old after several years out of the pool.   This interview, conducted by Scott Dobroski...

  ASCA Age Group Coach Of The Year: Tom Yetter Keeping NBAC's youngsters progressing toward their goals   by:   Chelsey Walden-Schreiner 3/04/09 In the seven years he has worked at the North Baltimore Aquatic Club, Tom Yetter has coached swimmers to 121 Top-16 rankings, 24 Maryland State Records, a National Age Group Relay record and seven of his swimmers are listed on the USA Swimming Top 100 All-Time list. Because of his continued success at NBAC, Yetter was named the 2008 ASCA Coach of the Year from Maryland.   Learning...

  NBAC coach Yetter honored by U.S. Olympic Committee By Candus Thomson and Kevin Van Valkenburg Sun reporters     April 16, 2008 CHICAGO With his best swimmer poised to go to the Beijing Olympics in four months and a stable of younger athletes in the pipeline for 2012 and beyond, Paul Yetter has an eye for talent and the ability to nurture it. Yesterday, the Anne Arundel County native was honored by the U.S. Olympic Committee as its Developmental Coach of the Year. Yetter, 32, was selected over finalists...