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please contact Toby Boedeker (Head Coach).
Toby Boedeker is the head coach of the Coffman Family YMCA. He has been in coaching for 35 years. Starting his career at the Kettering YMCA as a swimmer and then as a coach. After 5 years he moved to the Beavercreek YMCA upon it's opening. After coaching for 5 years at Wright State University he returned to the Beavercreek YMCA. In 2013 the Beavercreek YMCA closed and he took the head coach position at the Coffman YMCA.
He has been a member of the Southwest Ohio YMCA Swim League executive committee for a number of years holding the title of Vice-President. he was also a member of the National YMCA Competitive swimming and diving committee for a 7 years. He enjoys coaching at the YMCA level and strives to bring the sport of competitive swimming to as many people as possible.
Roy Davis joins the Coffman YMCA coaching staff for this first season. Roy resides in Huber Heights with his wife Mary Sue. He has three grown children and two grandchildren. Roy started his career with the Dayton Northwest YMCA.
Roy has coached for 23 years in the Dayton area, 9 of those years as Head Coach of the Miami County YMCA. He was the Short Course Coach of the Year in 1999 and Long Course Coach of the Year in 2001. He was inducted into the Southwest YMCA Hall of Fame in 2002. Roy will be working the Fairborn site as well as the Coffman site.
Roy brings a wealth of knowledge and energy to the age groups that he coaches.
Tucker joined the CFY coaching staff in August 2011 and primarily works with the Silver Group. Tucker began competitive swimming in high school and was a high school state champion in Colorado. He was a collegiate All-American at the United States Air Force Academy and was a qualifier for the Olympic Trials. Tucker coached summer programs in Arizona, South Carolina, and Virginia during his Air Force career and officiated for summer leagues, high school, and USA Swimming.
Many of you already know Tucker as the coach of the Springboro High School Girls’ and Boys’ Swimming and Diving Teams. Tucker is beginning his 17th year with Springboro and his 11th season as Head Coach.
Coach Kyle will be returning to the Coffman coaching staff as the head coach of the White group. Kyle lives in Springboro with his wife Stacey and children Cole, Brooke, Kaitlynn, Lauren and Nathan. Kyle is a graduate of Centerville High School and college graduate of Antioch University with a Masters degree in Education. He is a 5th grade teacher at Centerville City School - Normandy Elementary. Kyle's swimming career started at age 6. He swam with his brothers at local swim clubs in Centerville and Kettering CIty Swim team. He was on the Varsity Swim team for 4 years at Centerville High School. Kyle is the head coach for Sycamore Creek Country Club during the summer swim club. He enjoys the sport and is a very enthusiastic coach offering the swimmers positive encouragement and support. He was a soccer coach for many years at the Centerville High School program and after ending his coaching with soccer, decided to take an opportunity in coaching swimming. He truly loves the sport and his passion shows as he coaches the swimmers. This will be his third year with Coffman coaching staff.
Reagan joins the team as an assistant coach leading the Maroon Group. Reagan has been swimming for most of her life. She began swimming with The Dolphin Swim Club in Troy, Ohio as a Mighty Might. She continued her swimming career as a four year Varsity swimmer at Troy High School. Reagan was also as National level swimmer with the Miami County YMCA under Roy Davis. Reagan finished her swimming career at the collegiate level at The College of Wooster, in Wooster, Ohio.
She currently works for Mad River Local Schools as a Speech-Language Pathologist and resides in Springboro with her two daughters, Reese and Riley, and her husband Mark. Reagan is an avid runner and is excited to work with our youngest group of swimmers both in and out of the water. She hopes to bring a lifetime of swimming knowledge to the team.
This is Chris' third year coaching at the Coffman YMCA. Chris previously coached at the Beavercreek YMCA from 2003 to 2013. He is the lead coach at the Fairborn YMCA training site for the Green group.
This is Chris' 23rd year coaching competitive swimming. He has coached in the Cleveland and Greater Dayton area since 1993. Chris is originally from Fairview Park, Ohio. He was the MVP and captain of Fairview High School swim team his junior and senior year. He also swam for Lake Shore Swim Club (LSSC) in Rocky River, Ohio. In the Summer, Chris is also the Head Coach at Idle Hour Swim Club in Beavercreek. Idle Hour has won the Southern Ohio Swim League (SOSL) Championships 14 of the last 16 years Chris has coached there.
Chris is a 1998 graduate of Wright State University and has a Bachelor's of Education in Physical Education and Health. He is currently an adapted physical education specialist for the Fairborn City School District. Chris resides in Fairborn with his girlfriend, Julia, and his daughters, Mackenzie and Brynn. Mackenzie (11), Brynn (7), and Julia's daughter, Mallory (13) all swim for the Coffman YMCA swim team.
Chris prides himself on coaching all swimmers important fundamentals in which they can build their swimming skills as they get older. He believes swimming should be "FUN" and provides a stable environment for the young people that he coaches.
Coach Megan has beencoaching and teaching swimming for over 15 years. Megan has been with Coffman YMCA for 3 years and is currently a level 2 ASCA coach. Megan has coached YMCA, high school, USA, and summer league teams both here in the Southwest Cluster and Colorado. She lived in Colorado for 10 years before returning back to the area. Her undergrad is in Human Development/ Family Studies with an Early Childhood teaching license and a MA in Educational Psychology. Megan's husband, Tim, only knows about water sports when the water is frozen (skiing and hockey) and lives on a small farm with her 2 dogs and 2 cats. Outside of swimming she is Kindergarten teacher in the Miamisburg School District and enjoys hiking, cooking, and spending time outdoors.
This is Connie's third year coaching at the Fairborn site. She has the Maroon group. She has been a YMCA official for seven years. She has two children that swim on the team, Hank and Carsyn. She lives in Xenia with her husband Brian.
Siobhan is entering her 13th season as a YMCA coach. She is a certified level 3 ASCA coach. Siobhan is the head coach of Miamisburg High School. She has also coached Fairborn, Fairmont, and West Carrollton HS swim teams. She includes several summer clubs in this experience and currently coaches at 4 seasons swim club in Centerville. She swam for Wright State University and played soccer there as well. Siobhan is proud to have served as US Marine before finishing her undergraduate degree. She has a masters in special education and is currently a special education teacher at Miamisburg High School. She has two son's, two Great Danes, and enjoys photography, and reading in her limited free time.
Amy joined the CFY coaching staff as one of our Co-Strength & Conditioning coaches. Amy (along with Diana) is handling the planning, execution, and review of all dry-land and strength programs for the Gold and Y Elite groups as well as consulting for the Silver group.
In addition to her role with the swim team, Amy is currently a Cross X-training, Sports Conditioning and Move to Lose Fitness Instructor at the Coffman Y. Amy attended Florida International University in Miami, Florida on a soccer scholarship where she played at the Division I collegiate level. She is also a certified Personal Fitness Trainer through the National Exercise and Sports Trainers Association and authors and maintains a nutrition blog, Adventures of Healthy Eating. Current and past interests/experiences include cross-training, soccer, & outdoor adventures with her family.
Amy currently resides in Springboro with her husband and two children. The couple also run their own fitness business, Fit Church.
Coach Steve joins our team with over 15 years of coaching experience at the recreational, club, and high school levels. His passion for the sport is evident in his coaching. Steve swam under coach Boedeker in high school. As a swimmer, Steve served as co-captain on his high school team as well as on his college team, BGSU. He was voted team MVP his junior and senior seasons and still holds records at BGSU. Steve could compete in a multitude of events and he preaches versatility and mental toughness in all of his swimmers.
Steve lives in Centerville and is married with two children.