Coaching Staff

Athletic Trainer

dauss head shotLori Dauss
262-335-5252
lori.dauss@uwc.edu

Lori Dauss, M.S., LAT has been an athletic trainer since 1984.  As an Iowa native, she received her bachelor’s degree in Health Education, Teaching K – 12, from the University of Northern Iowa and her master’s degree in Exercise Science and Physical Education from the University of Iowa.  She has experience working with athletes of all ages. She currently provides athletic training services to the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee at Washington County and Hustisford High School through the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin sports medicine outreach program.  

Lori also works as a physician extender at the Froedtert West Bend clinic orthopedic sports medicine center.  As an athletic trainer, she provides athletes with prevention, evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries, designs strength and conditioning regimens and prepares athletes for practices/games. She has been an associate with UWM at Washington County since 2006.  

Golf

John MinzMen's & Women's Head Coach
John Minz
262-335-5238
john.minz@uwc.edu

A native of West Bend, Minz attended West Bend West High School. He continued his college education at UW-Milwaukee. Currently employed at UWM at Washington County, he is married to a wonderful woman, Liz and they have four daughters together. He is also currently coaching girls' basketball at West Bend West High School.  
John's golf career includes clinics and playing both recreationally (multiple days a week) and in tournaments.  Golf titles include: Club Championship, Fall Match Series Play at West Bend Lakes Golf Course, and the WSGA League Championship Tournament.

 Men's Basketball

       Jacob Schmick

   Men's Head Basketball Coach
   Jacob Schmick

   262-357-1861
jacob.schmick@uwc.edu

I have been coaching UWM at Washington County for the last four years.  My first year was spent as the women’s assistant coach, and the last three years I served as the women’s head basketball coach.  Before coaching at UW-WC, I spent two years as the freshman girls assistant coach at Kettle Moraine Lutheran High School, and I coached 5th and 6th grade boys for two years before that.  In addition to basketball, I coached football at the high school level and continue to coach high school track as well.  In my spare time, I continue to surround myself with sports which includes watching college and professional basketball and football, playing golf, and enjoying my new love for soccer.  I also love to cook and grill, and I consider myself a huge weather nerd.  However, my favorite thing to do in my spare time is spend time with my family.  My wife, Kara, and my two beautiful daughters, Zoya and Keyana, always keep my life interesting.  From watching new Mickey Mouse episodes to our annual State Fair trips, we always find ways to laugh and create new memories.  They are my inspiration!

Soccer

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   Soccer Head Coach
   Mitch Bury
   262-353-5535
   mitchell.bury@uwc.edu

Coach Bury has been playing soccer since he was 4. He has coached at several levels from youth soccer up to high school. He has also spent time as a referee for 3 years. He served in the United States Marine Corps for 7 years and attended UWM at Washington County upon his return to West Bend in 2013. He played for the Wildcats for 3 seasons. He was team captain for 2 years and received back-to-back first-team all-conference honors as the team’s goalkeeper. During that time, the UWM at Washington County soccer team were state champions in 2013 and conference champions & state runner’s up in 2014. He was the assistant coach to Jim Miller during the 2016 season and was selected as the head coach in 2017.

Jim Miller, UWWC Soccer CoachAsst. Soccer Coach
Jim Miller
262-644-6683
james.miller@uwc.edu

Miller has been coaching soccer for over 24 years. He has coached the UWM at Washington County Soccer Team for the past 10 years, winning numerous soccer championships at UWM at Washington County. During Jim’s tenure at UWM at Washington County, the team has captured the 2004 WJCAA State, WCC Eastern Division, and WCC Conference titles and the 2005 WCC Eastern Division and Conference titles. Jim's coached the 2013 team to a WCC State Championship and was named Coach of the Year by his peers. During the past 12 years, Jim has placed 49 players on the WCC All-Conference Teams.  

Tennis

Roger Peterson, Men's Tennis CoachMen's Tennis Coach
Roger Peterson
262-335-5200 ext. 256
roger.peterson@uwc.edu

Peterson is the Men's Tennis Coach. During Roger's tenure is has captured the Wisconsin Collegiate Conference State Championship in 2018 and the Wisconsin Collegiate Conference State Runner Up trophies in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009. He also co-coaches with Debbie Butschlick.  Roger is a Professor of Mathematics.

Debbie Butschlick, Women's Tennis CoachWomen's Tennis Coach
Deb Butschlick 
262-335-5238
debbie.butschlick@uwc.edu

Butschlick has coached tennis since 1991.  During her tenure, she has won the WJCAA State championship in 1996 and 2008 and the State Runner-Up trophy in 2010.  She has also won the WCC Conference Championships in 1991, 2008 and 2011 2018 and winning the WCC State Runner Up trophies 2012 and 2013.  Debbie is the Athletic Director.

Women's Basketball

 Jacob Schmick

 

Women's Head Basketball Coach
Jacob Schmick

262-357-1861
jacob.schmick@uwc.edu

I have been coaching UWM at Washington County for the last four years.  My first year was spent as the women’s assistant coach, and the last three years I served as the women’s head basketball coach.  Before coaching at UW-WC, I spent two years as the freshman girls assistant coach at Kettle Moraine Lutheran High School, and I coached 5th and 6th grade boys for two years before that.  In addition to basketball, I coached football at the high school level and continue to coach high school track as well.  In my spare time, I continue to surround myself with sports which includes watching college and professional basketball and football, playing golf, and enjoying my new love for soccer.  I also love to cook and grill, and I consider myself a huge weather nerd.  However, my favorite thing to do in my spare time is spend time with my family.  My wife, Kara, and my two beautiful daughters, Zoya and Keyana, always keep my life interesting.  From watching new Mickey Mouse episodes to our annual State Fair trips, we always find ways to laugh and create new memories.  They are my inspiration!

Women's Volleyball

Debbie Butschlick, Women's Volleyball Head CoachVolleyball Head Coach
Deb Butschlick
262-335-5238
debbie.butschlick@uwc.edu

Butschlick has been employed at UWM at Washington County since 1985. Ambitious and dedicated, she worked her way up into her current positions as Athletic Director and Student Activities Coordinator. "I enjoy working both positions, but especially enjoy coaching volleyball. Over the years, our volleyball teams at UWM at Washington County have won many WCC Conference, WJCAA Regional and WJCAA State titles."

She began her college studies at UW-WC were she completed her Associate Degree. While at UWM at Washington County she played volleyball and basketball. Debbie continued her education at Cardinal Stritch University, earning a Bachelor and Master's degree in Business Administration. At Cardinal Stritch, she continued to play volleyball and is proud to note that she was a member of their team when they won the Lake Michigan Conference Volleyball title in 1989.

Deb is married to John and they have two children, Renee and Jamie. They are also blessed with three beautiful grandchildren, Quentin, Kylee and Kaedan.

stasinopoulos head shotVolleyball Assistant Coach
Jason Stasinopoulos
jason.stasinopoulos@uwc.edu

Stasinopoulos has 24 years of experience playing/coaching volleyball. A '91 graduate of Cedarburg High School, he received a golf scholarship to The University of Southern Mississippi. Upon his return to Wisconsin, he attended UWM at Washington County and became involved with intramural volleyball, as well as assisting with the UW-WC volleyball summer camp. After completing his studies at UWM at Washington County, he attended UW-LaCrosse, where he played men's volleyball and managed the team. During this time, he was also assisting Debbie Butschlick with the UW-WC volleyball summer camp.

Jason has been an assistant coach for the UWM at Washington County Women's Volleyball team since 2006. When not coaching, he and his wife Tracy enjoy spending time with friends and family. He also loves to play Texas Hold'Em and rooting for the Packers and Badgers.