Frequently Asked Questions
If you cannot find the answer to your question, please contact
us (on the left side of the screen), complete the form and submit
You may also contact a board member directly by going to the
Contact TISCA, choosing the board of directors and clicking on
- How do I register for TISCA?
- Click on the registration tab
- Complete the online form
- Submit your FULL roster (name, gender and grade of all
swimmers) to the membership chair using the Roster Submission Form
- Download and print the payment form
- Send the completed form and a check for the correct amount to
the address on the form.
- Check the Schools tab (in a couple of weeks) to make sure that
the registration is completed. If your school has not been
posted within a month, please contact membership chair to verify
that it has been received.
- How do I update/change information during the current
- Please contact membership chairperson with specific request.
- Go to the Contact TISCA, choose Board of Directors and click on
membership chair name.
- My school only has one swimmer, can I register with
- No. TISCA does not allow for co-op teams. Even with
only one swimmer the school must register as its own team.
State Meet Questions
- What is the time period for qualifying times?
- September 1 - meet entry deadline
- Who has to prove qualifying times?
- Any swimmer who is entered in an event but does not attain the
qualifying time at State meet.
- If they swim slower than the time standard.
- If they are Disqualified. (DQ)
- If they do not swim the event. (NS)
- When do we prove times?
- As soon as you can; a TISCA representative will be on deck and
avilable to take your proof or your fee.
- What happens if we do not prove a time?
- The team of the swimmer who fails to prove a time is not able
to register until the matter is resolved. After 30 days from the
meet, this automatically becomes payment only.
2022 State Meet Outstanding Proof of Times
- Can an athlete be scratched from an individual event to
swim in a third relay?
- A scratch counts as an event, so an athlete may not be
scratched out of an individual event to participate in a relay.