COLLEGE ATHLETICS PROFESSIONALS
President of the College Swimming Coaches Association (CSCAA)
Susan Teeter retired after her 33rd season as the ultra-successful head coach of the Princeton women’s swim team in 2017. She racked over 219 dual meet victories, and guided Princeton to an incredible 17 Ivy League titles. Most recently, she was elected as the President of the College Swimming & Diving Coaches Association by her colleagues and awarded USA Aquatics Sports Most Outstanding Woman for 2015.
Teeter was honored with the CSCAA “Lifetime Achievement Award” in 2011, and earned an American Swimming Coaches Award of Excellence 2006 - 2009. In all, she has been on the staff of nine international swim teams. From 2001-2008 she served as a special consultant to Speedo USA for all Olympic and World Championships. Teeter has mentored swimmers who went on to become Olympians, NCAA qualifiers, and All-Americas.
Program Manager at Eaton
Caltha Seymour is an ethics education associate, specializing in corporate culture and collegiate athletics programs for Priority Thinking®. She facilitates the
Women, Leadership & Ethics program. Originally from Canada, Caltha is currently a Program Manager for a Fortune 500 company, a former Associate Athletics
Director, leading and managing academic operations for 3 NCAA Division I
institutions of higher education, including cadet athletes at the United States
Military Academy-West Point.
Prior to collegiate athletics, she consulted for the National Football League and National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame, Inc. Caltha earned her Global MBA in International Business from Tulane University with experiences in Asia, Europe and Latin America. She is a former elite track and field athlete, classically trained pianist, with French as a second language, and currently serves on the AthLife Foundation Board of Directors.
Professional Strength Coach
Nick swam collegiately at the University of Hawaii, Manoa where he was a 7-time All-American. He also represented South Africa at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney Australia. Nick went on to coach at Cal-Berkeley, where he was the Director of Aquatic Performance for 10 years. At Cal, he worked with 4 teams that won a total of 7 NCAA National Team Championships in 7 years. He also coached 35 Olympians and 22 Olympics medalists, including a gold medalist in 4 consecutive Olympic Games. Nick is credited with revolutionizing strength and conditioning in the sport of swimming. Following Cal-Berkeley, Nick co-founded BridgeAthletic, a software platform that builds high-performance training tools for athletes and coaches.
Performance Psychology Athletic Counseling at the University of Michigan
Emily Klueh is a Clinical Mental Health Athletic Counselor as well as the Program Coordinator within the Performance Psychology Athletic Counseling unit for the University of Michigan. She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers and the Alliance of Social Workers in Sport. Emily is certified in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy, depression disorders, anxiety disorders, athletic and performance optimization, confidence building, as well as stress and anxiety management.
Emily was a member of the US National Team for 1 0 years and competed at the World Championships twice, the Pan Pacific Championships, the Pan American Games, and the World University Games. She ultimately became the first American to win the FINA World Cup Circuit in the 10k event.
Former Collegiate Coach & Director of Team Lasso
Sarah is the Creator and Director of the Team Lasso Workshop. With over 10 years of experience coaching collegiately at four different universities, she has used her knowledge and network to form a college preparation program that provides valuable education and resources to prospective student athletes. In addition to Team Lasso, Sarah operates a team-matching services called Surefire Athletes.
Sarah Received a bachelors in Marketing from Brigham Young University in 2007 and continued on to a Masters degree in Sport Science and Physical Education from Texas State in 2010. Most recently, she received an MBA from Tulane University. Sarah is originally from Austin, Texas and trained with world renowned coaches Eddie and Randy Reese. She continued her swimming career at Brigham Young University and help lead them to 3 Conference Championship titles.
Former Collegiate Coach & Associate Director of Team Lasso
Danielle is the Associate Director of Team Lasso and specializes in team-building and athlete education. She coached collegiately at nationally ranked programs for more than ten years. Most notably, she was a member of the University of Michigan's coaching staff that claimed the Men's NCAA National Championship titles in 2013.
Prior to her time at Michigan, Danielle competed for the University of Notre Dame. She went on to coach at Southern Methodist University, The University of Richmond, and Oakland University. Her time at Oakland included receiving a Masters in Counseling. Danielle is Married to Bryon Tansel who is currently an Assistant Coach at Ohio State University. She had the pleasure of coaching along side her husband this past year.