Our experienced and passionate coaching staff has an expansive track record for developing swimmers of all ages into phenomenal athletes who have great character and practice good sportsmanship!

The Ducks coaches pride themselves on providing a positive, fun, and family-centered team culture. It's a winning combination -- our swimmers train hard, have fun and swim fast!

Our coaches have all been athletes themselves, so not only do they have impressive coaching credentials, they've "swam a mile in those fins." They know, from decades of personal experience what a "day-in-the-life" of a swimmer is like and what it takes to achieve success.


Biller Family (Glenn, second from left)

Head Coach: Glenn Biller

Glenn has an extensive competitive swimming background that spans 30+ years.  In addition to coaching USA/YMCA age group swim teams, Glenn has coached elite high school swimmers for 12+ years as Head Swim Team Coach at Badger High School, including state champions and a national champion. Glenn's swimming career began as a child. It included State Championship and All-American titles during high school and an All-American title in College.

Glenn is very active in our community. He volunteers his time for various organizations and also works closely with Special Olympics and their swimmers.

Email: [email protected]       Phone:  262-248-6211, ext. 23






Assistant Coaches



My name is Jenny Beshel, (right side in pic).  I am the newest Wood Duck Coach, coaching side by side with Coach Mark this season! I have been swimming on the Ducks Masters Team for the past 6 years, on and off. I have also had the pleasure of watching how awesome this ducks family is, from the sidelines, as a parent forthe past two years. I attended High School at St. Joseph’s in South Bend, swam, and attended Eastern Illinois University. I coached varsity girls swimming at Mundelein High School as well as coached for the Mundelein Mustangs Swim Club

I have been a public school teacher for the past 16 years and in that time have coached varsity swimming, club swimming, and middle school volleyball and basketball. Go Ducks!












Megan Weinstock has a swimming career that started in fourth grade. After her first race, she knew this was her passion. Megan enjoyed swimming club all year round and was a WIAA state qualifier in high school. Megan is still in the water currently swimming with the masters team. Megan has previously coached for a recreational swim team for a number of years and is now excited to be coaching USA/YMCA! 

Outside of the pool, Megan spends a lot of time with her residents at the nursing home. Megan started as a homemaker serving meals and is now a certified nursing assistant. This job requires helping residents with daily living activities. Megan is on the road to becoming a registered nurse and is currently attending UWM at Waukesha.