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Performance Coaches

Tim Bailey, PES, CFSC
Sports Performance Manager, Coach
Mercyhealth Top Performers

Coach Bailey founded Top Performers in 2006 and merged with Mercyhealth in 2018. He has over 30 years of experience in sports performance training and has been recognized as the area’s most notable performance specialist.

Coach Bailey graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from Grand Valley State University. A former Division 1 recruit, he played two years at the College of DuPage where he became one of the most recognized wide receivers in the country. Bailey finished his collegiate career at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, MI, under current LSU head coach Brian Kelly before playing four years in the AFL. An ACL injury ended his professional career in 2003.

His credentials include training some of the top high school, college and professional athletes in all sports. He also consults for club and high school programs in the area, helping them with player development and testing. He has trained over forty collegiate athletes and multiple professional athletes including:

  • Fred Van Fleet, Toronto Raptors guard
  • Dean Lowry, Green Bay Packers defensive end
  • James Robinson, Jacksonville Jaguars running back
  • Rob Jones, Miami Dolphins offensive lineman


Jay Coniglio
Performance Coach
Mercyhealth Top Performers

Coach Coniglio began his journey at Top Performers as a senior in high school working on his speed with Coach Bailey before his senior year track season. This began his journey as a Top Performer and stand-out high school and collegiate athlete. After a short yet effective eight weeks with Coach Bailey, he placed 2nd in the Illinois Prep Top Times 55m Dash. He also achieved All-State Honors for the 55m dash indoors and was All Conference as a Junior and Senior in the Nic-9 Conference (now the Nic-10). He was also an All-Conference football player as a senior.

After high school, Coach Coniglio was offered a scholarship to run track at Miami University in the Mid-American Conference. As a freshman, he placed 7th in the 100m dash in the MAC. The following year, he was offered a scholarship at Kansas State University, which is in one of the most elite track and field conferences in the country. At this Big 12 school, he achieved All-American Honors and competed against what are now Olympic-caliber athletes and trained by coaches who were on the Olympic coaching staff. He was honored to have been a part of such a successful program.

After graduating from college in 2011, Coach Coniglio began his Top Performers career, where he has trained hundreds of athletes, helping them obtain great results. “Strength and speed training has been the foundation for my success and the success of the athletes I have developed.” Coach Coniglio has a four-year-old daughter, Giuliana Coniglio, who is a future athlete.

He majored in Social Science and earned a minor in Kinesiology at Kansas State University.

Taylor Meyers
Performance Coach
Mercyhealth Top Performers

Coach Meyers graduated from Boylan Catholic High School in 2009 where she was a four-year Girls Varsity Soccer starter and two-time team MVP. She received all-conference awards during her sophomore and senior seasons, with a conference MVP title as a senior. Coach Meyers was an all-sectional, all-state, and all-midwest player. She received a Division I soccer scholarship and played at that level for one year. She then went on to graduate Magna Cum Laude at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville with a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science, followed by her master’s degree in Kinesiology. Coach Meyers was a Top Performer athlete throughout her high school career and has been an employee since 2014. “I saw what Top Performers did for my athletic development and have a passion for helping athletes reach their highest potential.”

Mike Roushia
Performance Coach
Mercyhealth Top Performers

Coach Roushia started with Top Performers as an intern under Coach Bailey in the summer of 2017. He had great experiences during his internship, being able to work with a couple of pro athletes—Dean Lowry, defensive tackle with the Green Bay Packers, and Fred Van Vleet, point guard with the Toronto Raptors. It wasn’t long before Coach Roushia was offered a job to become a performance coach with Top Performers in the winter of 2018. He graduated from Northern Illinois University with a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and a minor in Coaching. He was a two-sport athlete in high school where he both wrestled and played football.