Richboro Swim Club is extremely fortunate to have the finest and most experienced cadre of summer swim club coaches in the entire area. Each of the coaches literally grew up at Richboro and all have a sincere interest in seeing each of our current swimmers learn and enjoy competitive swimming in our nurturing summer atmosphere.


Diane Rauchut, a former high school All-American at Centennial High School, who went on to a successful swimming careerat East Stroudsburg University, is the dean of Lower Bucks Swim League Coaches. She is entering her 42nd season as swim coach at Richboro.​

Terri McKendry will again be coaching our team this year. Terri swam for Richboro for 10 seasons, was a standout at Mt. St. Joseph   Academy and Fairfield University. Terri coached Richboro Swim Team for many year prior to her brief hiatus as she raised her 5 children. Even during that time, she was never far away from the pool. Her experience also includes serving as assistant coach at Gwynedd Mercy Academy. Terri also serves as Parent's Association liason as well as meet director for the Richboro Aquapentathlon


Tom Yaegel achieved tremendous success in the pool at each level of competition beginning with his summers spent competing for the Richboro Swim Team (where he still holds numerous league, team and pool records) through his collegiate career. Along the way he achieved Top-16 National Age group times in multiple events, was named an All-American in High-School 3 times swimming for former Richboro Coach Frank Lichtner and was a 2-time 1st Team All Atlantic-10 team member in College at La Salle University.   Tom trained with U.S. National team coach Richard Shoulberg and multiple Conference Coach of the Year winner, John Lyons at La Salle University. Through countless hours with those coaching staffs his approach to training, stroke technique, racing strategy and preparation has been shaped by some of the best minds and he is eager to share his knowledge with the next generation of swimmer. Tom spent his first year following college graduation with La Salle University’s staff and has been actively involved in age group swimming ever since.  

Emily Shaya  is Head Diving Coach this year at Richboro.  Emily has been a diver for Richboro Swim and Dive Team and the Council Rock Swim and Dive Club for 12 seasons.  She also dove for USA teams for 7 years.  Emily is a lifeguard at Richboro and spent 3 years as assistant diving coach here before becoming head coach in 2019.  She is currently a freshman at Liberty University.