Kyle Bedalov, Head Coach
Kyle came to the Waukesha North/Kettle Moraine Women’s Team in 2007 after 16 seasons at Divine Savior Holy Angles High School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Swimmers have won state titles, sectional championships, been High School All-Americans, and have gone on to earn college swimming scholarships. Just as important as the in water accomplishments, there have been 33 Academic All-Americans as well. Just this past year, the Women’s team earned its 6th Gold Team Academic Standard as set by the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association.
Sarah Wardecke, Assistant Coach
Sarah swam high school for the Appleton West/Kimberly co-op team where she was a state qualifier and made it to the podium her senior year in the 200 IM and 100 Breaststroke. She was the Valedictorian and used that and her swimming to earn a scholarship to UW-Milwaukee.
She has impressive swimming credentials along with academic awards during her 4 years as a Panther, including conference championships, school records, pool records, and leading the team to its first team title since 2001. Graduating after the 2012 season, she worked one year Kettle Moraine High School as a Math and Computer Science teacher before now moving to Mukwonago High School in a similar teaching role.
Sarah has guided the WNKM Women’s Junior Varsity program the past 3 seasons.
Alex Mishun , Diving Coach
Alex captured the Division I WIAA State Champion while competing for the Neenah Rockets in 2008. He recently finished his carrer at Carroll University this past season by winning both the 1 meter and 3 meter conference championships. From 1 Meter, he broke his own conference record in defending his championship becoming a three time champion. He then traveled to the Division III Championships where he took home a pair of All American honorable mention awards in both the 1 and 3 meter diving events. Alex finished 13th in the 3-meter with a scores of 403.05 and was 16th in the 1-meter with a score of 435.10.
Mushin has a Bachelor of Science degree from Carroll University. He is teaching Phy Ed at Heyer Elementary in Waukesha. He also is the Diving Coach at Carroll University.
This will be Alex’s 4th season with the Men’s program.