Brooke was a gymnast at Phillips 66 Gymnastics for 13 years and finished her gymnastics career as a level 9 gymnast. She now has been coaching at Phillips 66 for 4 years. Brooke coaches the TAG team and USA levels 3, 4 and 5. She has achieved many goals in the sport of gymnastics and says the reason she coaches now is, she wants to help young gymnasts reach their goals as her coaches helped her reach many years before.
Zoe has been involved in gymnastics since the age of two. She went through the Phillips 66 program starting at the preschool level and ending her gymnastics career as a USA competitive gymnast. After gymnastics she became a dancer but missed the sport. She came back and is coaching TAG and USA levels 3, 4, and 5. Her goal for coaching is to help the gymnasts become more confident in themselves as well as learning and performing new skills.
Lorrie is the Phillips 66 Gymnastics Director and Head Coach. She has been a Phillips 66 team coach since 1984 and was a member of the Phillips 66 Gymnastics Team for ten years and a former member of the Bartlesville Ballet Company. Lorrie has a degree in Physical Education, Recreation and Dance from Oklahoma State University. She has coached many State and Regional champions. Lorrie has also been awarded the Shannon Miller Award in 2010 for her contributions to Oklahoma gymnastics and currently serves on the Oklahoma Gymnastics State Board.
Rachel has been a Phillips 66 team coach since 2003. She is a former Level 9 gymnast and a collegiate
gymnast for University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. She has coached at the Lake Owen Gymnastics Training Camp for seven summers and has many state champion gymnasts and state championship teams.
Rob began his gymnastics career at Olympic Sports Club, in 1978. Gymnastics soon became his passion, in college he was captain of the gymnasticsteam while he attended and competed for Southwest Missouri State. Not only did he continue learning about gymnastics, he attended classes in ballet, tap and jazz to help him learn to coach girls on beam and floor.
When asked, Rob said he was blessed to have been around some incredible gymnastics coaches such as Al Fong at Great American Gymnastics Express, Neil Godbey and Bela Karolyi in the early 80’s and 90’s. Rob's favorite mentor was Diane Stockard who taught him good technique and how to be assertive.
His core belief is that the sport of gymnastics produces strong athletes who go on to become productive citizens and a leaders in their community.
Kyle McNamara is an Optional Coach at the Phillips 66 Gymnastics Club. He has 23 years of involvement in the sport of gymnastics and was a 2 time NCAA national champion while competing for the University of Oklahoma Men’s Gymnastics Team. Kyle also received an All American on high bar during his time at OU.
He is very excited to use his higher level skill and training knowledge to help in the transformation of the program and help each gymnast reach their potential, competing at a national, collegiate, and elite level.