Lindsay Barnhart | SEGA Director
Lindsay Barnhart has coached for 4 years with SEGA Gymnastics and is in her second year as Director. Her daughter has been a part of the SEGA program for 8 years. Lindsay also teaches at Stout in the Early Childhood Education program and is the Program Director. She has three degrees from Stout and is currently working on her Doctorate in Leadership at Saint Mary’s University in Minneapolis. In her free time, Lindsay loves to spend time with her family working on their little farm.
Kenzie Hyde | SEGA Interim Director
Kenzie Hyde has over 10 years of experience coaching gymnastics including 4 years with SEGA Gymnastics. Kenzie was a member of the UW-Stout Gymnastics team for 4 years, where she became an All- American as well as earning NCGA All- Academic honors. Prior to her college career, Kenzie began her gymnastics career at the age of two in Ontario, Canada. She is a former national level gymnast, a nine-time Team Ontario team member and a two-time National Champion. Kenzie is currently studying Health, Wellness and Fitness as well as Business at the University of Wisconsin- Stout and will graduate in May of 2019.
Seth Helland | UW-Stout Assistant Coach and SEGA Team Coach
Seth Helland is in his 9th year coaching gymnastics and his first year at UW-Stout. He is a former High School Head Coach at Brainerd High School and Club Coach at TAGS Gymnastics and Legacy Gymnastics in Minnesota. Seth attended Central Lakes College where he earned an associates degree in Liberal Arts and played for their college baseball team. Originally from Brainerd, Seth now lives in Minneapolis with his new wife and absolutely loves being a Blue Devil!
KJ Wheeler | SEGA Team Coach
KJ Wheeler moved to Menomonie in August with her husband Vincent, a professor in the Department of Engineering & Technology at Stout, and their two young children, Vaughn & Marlowe. They moved here from Canberra, Australia but have also lived in Denver, Minneapolis and Norway in the past 5 years. She hails from St. Cloud, MN where she was born and (mostly) raised. She graduated from St. Cloud State University with a Bachelor of Science in Cellular & Molecular Biology. Shortly after graduating, she discovered that you could make a career out of coaching gymnastics and she hasn't looked back since. She brings over 15 years of coaching experience to the SEGA program.