Meet Your Coaches
Kyle Bedalov, Head Coach
Kyle came to the Waukesha North/Kettle Moraine 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 during his coaching career. Just as important as the in-water accomplishments, there have been 45 Academic All-Americans as well. Kyle is also in his 5th two-year term as the Wisconsin Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association President. He has also advanced to American Swim Coaches Association Level 4 certification.
Jordon Momsen, Assistant Coach
Jordon swam locally for our team as a Kettle Moraine student-athlete as well with the Pabst Farms YMCA swim team. She was the WNKM record holder in the 50-yard freestyle. She then went to Division II Florida Southern to swim all four years.
As a Moccasin, she was a sprint freestyler. Jordon was a NCAA DII National Qualifier her junior and senior year. She also earned Academic Sunshine State Conference honors. Jordon started coaching as interim head coach for Tampa YMCA at the Plant City branch in Tampa, Florida and then moved to AquaTex in Round Rock, Texas before coming back home to coach at Pabst Farms YMCA. Jordon earned her undergraduate degrees in Sports Management and Business. She is working as a Marketing Coordinator at Henricksen in Brookfield.
Briana Horozewski, Assistant Coach
Briana swam locally for our team as a Kettle Moraine student-athlete as well as with the Waukesha Express Swim Team. She is the WNKM record holder in the 100 breaststroke, 200 Individual Medley, and 400 freestyle. She then attended Division I Missouri State University to swim. As a Bear, she became the freshman Valley Swimmer of the Year, Missouri State freshman-athlete of the year, obtained the 400 IM school record, as well as maintained All-MVC First Team for 4 years. She became a member of the Missouri State Aquatics coaching staff in 2014, teaching lessons for elementary school kids, as well as coaching high school students.
Briana maintained her name on the Athletic Department Honor Roll all 4 as she completed her undergrad in Computer Information Systems and Criminology. She returned home after graduating in December of 2017 and is currently working on finishing her master’s degree Online in Cybersecurity while working as an Application Developer for U.S. Bank.