Delta Aquatics highly experienced and knowledgeable coaching staff are committed to leading our team towards competitive excellence. Our coaches work hard to develop confidence, nurture impactful relationships, and teach the right technique, mindset and leadership skills that will make each swimmer successful in and out of the pool. We will ensure a safe, healthy, and positive environment for all of our athletes, while helping them to reach their fullest potential. Learn more about our coaches below!

If your questions are related to workouts, meets, events, goal setting and other swimming related needs, please contact your swimmer's coach. For all question related to administrative concerns please contact Head Coach/CEO, Jessica Bogie.


Head Coach/CEO
Lead Senior Coach

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Head Age Group Coach
Lead Senior Prep Coach
Lead Fundamental Coach

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Coach Temo has been with Delta since 2010, started teaching swim lessons moved up to supervising

lessons then became a coach shortly thereafter. He began coaching the developmental group and

worked through the groups and has worked with all the groups and is now the senior and senior prep



He has been in or around the water most of his life. Started swimming when he was 5 and swam

through high school at OEHS graduating in ’08. Swam for a year at C.O.D. until their program was Disassembled.


“My coaching philosophy is quite simple, teaching kids about swimming and how being a swimmer does

not end in the pool. Life lessons are taught in every aspect of swimming and it is our job as coaches to

teach our swimmers how to hone these skills for not only their careers as swimmers but also to carry

them on in other aspects of their lives. Success and failure happen everywhere I find it extremely

important to teach swimmers how to take success and failure as a stepping stone, this is not where your

journey ends.”


When not in the pool you can most likely find coach Temo somewhere watching some kind of Chicago

sports team.




Head Developmental Coach
Assistant Advanced Coach

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This is Coach Erin’s first year coaching with Delta. She will be working with the Developmental swimmers. Prior to Delta, she was the head coach at the Romeoville Life Time location for two years. 

Erin studied at Delta State University in Mississippi and received her bachelor’s degree in history. She was also a swimmer on the university’s swim and dive team. After undergrad, Erin attended the University of Leicester in England where she received her master’s degree in museum studies. 

She has been swimming for most of her life. Erin began lessons at the YMCA in Naperville and then joined Fox when she was six. After six years at Fox, she joined Delta in 2007 and swam with the team until 2013. Erin also swam for Oswego’s varsity swim team all four years. Her favorite strokes are freestyle and breaststroke. At Delta, she was able to achieve state and NCSA qualifying times. 

As a coach, Erin believes that swimming can teach invaluable life skills that swimmers can carry the rest of their lives. By working hard, encouraging and supporting each other, and having fun, swimmers will see success in the pool, in classes and out in the world.

When not at the pool Erin can be found training for the next masters swim meet or triathlon, playing video games, or traveling around visiting museums.






Lead Advanced Coach
Assistant Senior Prep Coach

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Coach Amanda has been with Delta for 6 years. She started in our lessons program while she was in high school and has continued to coach with the team during some summers throughout college. Amanda will be coaching the 11-12 age group.


Amanda studied at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and got her bachelor’s degree in Organizational Psychology and a minor in Communications. Amanda participated in the rowing team during all four years of college. She was also in the Delta Zeta sorority. 


Amanda started swimming lessons at Rush Copley and then joined Delta’s competitive team in 2006. She swam with Delta up until she graduated high school. Amanda also participated in the Oswego Women’s Swim and Dive team all four years of high school. Her favorite stroke is breaststroke.


Amanda believes that everyone should have fun and make friends while swimming. At the same time, she believes that everyone should put in hard work and come to practice every day determined to get better. When everyone can come to practice with a positive attitude and a desire to do well (no matter your age group or speed), athletes will set themselves and their team up for success not just in the sport of swimming but in life.


When not at the pool Amanda is playing with her new puppy Franklin! Amanda is also on the non-profit board of the Illinois Rowing Association where she continues to support her college rowing team. Any extra free time Amanda spends watching TV and movies.




Fundamental Coach

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This is Coach Mark’s second year with Delta Aquatics, where he will be  coaching the 13-14 year old age group. He has been coaching for six years with various teams including Oswego Otters, Aquaforce, the girls’ Swim and Dive team at Metea Valley High School and the boys’ Swim and Dive team at Neuqua Valley High School. 


Coach Mark attended Illinois State University where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in the field of Special Education. He is currently a teacher at Metea Valley High School. 


Coach Mark swam from ages 9-18 years old for Delta Aquatics Swim Team and Oswego Swim and Dive. His favorite strokes were freestyle and backstroke. His favorite events were the 50 and 100 of either stroke.  


As a coach, Mark wants to encourage a love of the sport of swimming while working hard to improve technique.  He believes in a positive approach to coaching while also providing constructive feedback.


When not at the pool, Coach Mark loves watching movies, tv shows or playing video games. He likes hanging out with friends and he loves rooting for the Cubs, Bears and Bulls.




Assistant Developmental Coach

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Coach Kelle is beginning her first year coaching the Developmental group at Delta. Prior to Delta Kelle Was the lead coach at the Maverick swim club in Naperville for the 6 and under Mighty Mavs and 8 and under PreCore groups for 7 years. Before she had kids she spent her summers at various summer swim teams. She was head coach of the Oakhurst North swim team for 4 years overseeing all age groups. She also spent 4 years as assistant coach at the Oakhurst swim team for 4 years as well. During her high school and college years she spent her summers coaching and doing lessons at the Naperville Racquet club. Coach Kelle has a total of 27 years of coaching experience at various levels and all age groups. 


Coach Kelle attended the University of Wisconsin La Crosse and majored in Education. She also holds a Masters degree in Special Education from Lewis University and a Masters in Administration from Governors State University. She also became a National Board certified teacher in 2011. She currently works in district 204 as a physical Education teacher of 21 years and middle school athletic coordinator for 6 years. In addition to teaching she also coached track for 15 years.


Coach Kelle has been swimming since the age of 6. She started out with the Huntington Barracudas in the Naperville Park District. This remained her summer team for the next 10 years. She was a 4 year Varsity swimmer @ Naperville North High School and a member of the Sectional and State team in 97’ & 98’. In college she continued her swimming career as a 4 year Collegiate Swimmer and was team captain and record holder her senior year. Her best events are the 200 Fly, 400 IM, and 500 Free. Outside of her high school team, she was a member of the BR Ryall club team from 94’-2002’. With BR Ryall Coach Kelle achieved National time standards and competed in National swim meets. 


Coach Kelle’s coaching philosophy is to encourage all swimmers to focus on self improvement and have fun! She encourages positive relationships within the sport and working together to create a positive team oriented environment. Coach Kelle believes that consistency is key when it comes to practice, stroke technique and positive attitude. 


When not at the pool, Coach Kelle enjoys working out, reading a good book, going on bike rides with her family, snow skiing/ water skiing and cheering on her own daughters who are both swimmers. Coach Kelle resides in Oswego with her husband Steve and daughters, Emma (11) and Ella (9).




Assistant Developmental Coach

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This is Coach Garrett’s second season coaching for Delta. He started in the fall of 2022 as a swim lessons instructor and an assistant Fundamental coach.


After graduating from Oswego High School in 2020, Garrett spent a year at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota where he swam and was a part of the school’s law club. He has since come home and is currently working at FedEx and taking classes at Waubonsee Community College where he will finish his associate’s degree this summer.


From a young age Garrett loved being in the water. After spending some time on the Oswego Otters and Aqua Force, he joined Delta in 2012. He swam for Delta for 8 years through the end of high school. He swam varsity all four years in high school and was all-conference every year. His best stroke is backstroke and he qualified for age group state finals and senior state finals in the 200 backstroke.


Garrett believes that all swimmers should truly enjoy the sport. With the young swimmers, practice should be structured and fun with an emphasis on developing basic skills. He plans to introduce the concept that swimming, like all sports, requires one’s mental capabilities as much as one’s physical capabilities.


Outside of swimming, Garrett reads, prays, bikes, and spends time with family and friends.




Assistant Developmental Coach
Assistant Advanced Coach

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Senior Prep
Strength & Conditioning Coach



Ryan has been in the world of strength and conditioning for the past 5 years as both an athlete and coach. He operates Topletics LLC and has worked with various athletes of all ages. With Delta, he will be creating and working primarily with our dryland program. Prior to Delta, Ryan worked with the Laramie Swim Club where he helped coach beginning level swimmers, all the way to Division 1 athletes.
Ryan studied Kinesiology and Health Sciences at the University of Wyoming where he swam Division 1 in the Western Athletic Conference. He is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). Ryan applies what he has learned, and is continuing to learn, to the athletes that he trains.
Ryan began swimming at the age of 7 with swim lessons. He began his club swimming journey at the age of 8 with Delta and competed for Delta through high school. He also swam for the Plainfield High School Swim Team for 4 years. After high school, Ryan went on to swim for the University of Wyoming for 4 years. Throughout his swimming career, Ryan has been a finalist at a number of State, Conference, and National swim meets. He has had the opportunity to compete against some of the best athletes in the country and even compete at the same meets as olympians such as Ryan Lochte and Allison Schmitt.
As a coach, Ryan believes that everything an athlete does should have a purpose, whether it is on the field, in the pool or in the gym. Helping athletes reach their goals is one of the biggest reasons why Ryan got into coaching in the first place and is why he loves working with athletes from all backgrounds.
When he's not coaching, Ryan loves to workout and design different and unique exercises. He also enjoys movies and cheering on the Detroit Lions.