|Phillip Davis is the Head Coach of the University of the Incarnate Word Men’s & Women’s Swimming & Diving Teams. He is the Head Coach and Owner of Streamline Aquatics. Coach Davis joined the UIW staff as the Head Coach of the women’s team in June 2006. During his first year the Lady Cardinal team had their highest finish ever at the conference championships and set 14 New School Records. Building on that success, UIW decided to add Men’s swimming & diving to UIW which will start in the fall 2007.
Coach Davis is a native of Camden, Arkansas where he excelled in several sports including Captain of the Football team. He moved on the Ouachita Baptist University where he was a 4 year letterman for the Tigershark swim team, Team Captain, and part of the last Conference Championship team. Coach Davis became the first Graduate Assistant swim coach at OBU while getting his Masters of Sports Administration at Henderson State University. Upon graduation, Coach Davis became the first full time assistant coach at Ouachita Baptist University.
His duties consisted of Recruiting Coordinator, Strength & Conditioning Coach, and Physical Education Instructor. Coach Davis was also the Head Arkadelphia High School Swimming & Diving Coach, Head USA-S Swim Coach for the satellite Arkansas Dolphins Swim team, and President of the South Arkansas Swimming Association summer league swim program.
During his time at OBU, Coach Davis had two OBU swimmers participate in the US Olympic trials and 26 athletes achieved All-American status. On the women's side, since he arrived at Ouachita Baptist in the spring of 2003, every single mark in the school's record book has been broken. Additionally, at OBU twice the swimming teams had the nation's highest cumulative grade point average. While at OBU, he was an instructor in the Ouachita Baptist health, physical education and recreation department. Additionally, the 2006 spring semester he was an adjunct teacher in the physical education department at Henderson State University.
|Rachel brings a strong commitment to excellence and focus, with a background in technically proficient swimming. Her swimming career began in South Texas as an age group swimmer. She was a Junior National, Southern Zones, Texas High School State, TAGS, Texas All Stars, and South Texas Swimming champion and finalist. Rachel continued her swimming career at the University of Toledo, where she set the backstroke pool record. Throughout her swimming career, Rachel was fortunate to have great coaches, who developed her passion for the sport of swimming.
Rachel began her coaching career first as an Assistant Coach and then as a Head Coach for a summer league team. In 2003, she became a certified USA Swimming coach with Pacific Swim. Rachel opened a Learn To Swim School in 2005 and taught many children and adults to love swimming. In 2007, Rachel returned to San Antonio to continue her USA Swimming coaching career. Rachel is active in South Texas Swimming and has been selected as a South Texas All Star Coach and additionally has served as the South Texas Swimming Camp Coordinator.
Rachel thrives on motivating swimmers, giving each child the opportunity to learn perseverance, sportsmanship and commitment. Her coaching philosophy places a major emphasis on developing her swimmers’ technical skills, encouraging them to achieve success in the pool and in life by dedicating themselves to attaining an achievable goal, persisting when the going gets rough, and by overcoming obstacles blocking their way.
Rachel says: Progress, through focus and determination, can be seen in the growth of all technical aspects of the strokes and racing styles. Streamline is where fun and focus comes together, allowing each swimmer to realize full potential and take it to the next level.
Jay Utz is the Head Incarnate Word High School Swim Coach, the developmental coach for Streamline Aquatics, and the Business Manager at Alpha Terra Engineering, Inc. She graduated in 2008 with her Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Sports Management. She worked as the Graduate Assistant for the University of the Incarnate Word from 2008-201o while she completed her Master in Business Administration in May of 2010.
She has been coaching for 7 years and has experience coaching all levels of swimming from learning how to swim to elite college athletes. She has been coaching with Streamline Aquatics for 3 years.
Sergio Montelongo was born in Fresnillo, Zacatecas, Mexico. He started swimming when he was six years old and has been in contact with water ever since. As an age grouper he held numerous state records in his native state of Zacatecas, some of which are still current. He swam at State, Regional and National levels in Mexico. When he came to San Antonio in 2003 to attend the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) he swam for Alamo Area Aquatics from 2003-2005.
He continued swimming from 2005-2007 for Rivercity Stampede. His training led him to hold the state record for 100 m breastroke in his state of Zacatecas. He was a volunteer coach for the age groupers during his time at Rivercity Stampede. His greatest swimming accomplishment was to finish 4th place in the National Mexican Long Course Championships in the 50m back and 5th in the 50m breast. He joined streamline aquatics in September ’09 and is very excited about helping this team grow. He believes firmly that good technique and discipline form excellent swimmers and he is committed to deliver these qualities to his swimmers.
Streamline Aquatics Competitive Swim Club
Streamline Aquatics was formed as a Limited Liability Company on June 16, 2007 by Owner and Head Coach Phillip Davis, in order to service a strong need for Competitive Club Swimming in San Antonio, TX. We are a developing USA Swimming team that practices year-round at the University of the Incarnate Word’s Ann Barshop Natatorium. Designed to accommodate all different levels of swimming, Streamline Aquatics provides a fun and exciting environment to improve your stroke technique, conditioning and competitive spirit. Our coaching staff shares their love of the sport and maintains an atmosphere of team spirit and unity.
Phillip Davis is also the Head Coach of the University of the Incarnate Word Men’s & Women’s Swimming & Diving Teams. Coach Davis joined the UIW staff as the Head Coach of the women’s team in June 2006. During his first year the Lady Cardinal team had their highest finish ever at the conference championships and set 14 New School Records. Building on that success, UIW decided to add Men’s swimming & diving to UIW in Fall 2007.