MYWO Otters Ice Out Invite (Entries due 4/16)
MYWO Ice Out Invite
April 27-29, 2018
Recommended: For ALL MAKOS - Talk with your lead coaches!!!
Meet Type: ABC Open Invitational
Fees: MSI Entry fee of $5.00 and $4 per individual Splash, $16 per Relay, $5 Facility Fee per swimmer, $4 program fee per swimmer - programs will be sent out in advance and available for download - also available on Meet Mobile. There will be free limited hard copies available at the meet.
Time Schedule: Friday PM Warmup 4:15pm, meet start at 5:15pm. Saturday & Sunday morning warm-up session will start at 7:15am, warm-up session will end at 8:15am and the meet will start at 8:30am. The Saturday afternoon session will not start before 10:30am, following a 60 minute warm-up.
Meet Location: St. Catherine's University Butler Center Pool - 2004 Randolph Ave. St. Paul, MN 55105
Directions: Directions from West Metro: Take
I-94 east towards St. Paul. Take Cretin Avenue exit. South on
Cretin to Randolph Avenue. East on Randolph to Fairview Avenue
intersection. Right on Fairview. Enter the campus grounds at Gate
4. Directions from East Metro: Take I35E south from I-94. Take
Randolph Avenue exit west. Turn left on Fairview Avenue. Enter the
campus grounds at Gate 4 on the right.
TEAM COLORS – Please wear either black/gold or NSAC apparel for warm ups at all swim meets. This promotes a more unified presence and promotes more team pride.
SPORTSMANSHIP – Shake hands with opponents after races regardless if you won or lost, no goggle or cap throwing and only draw positive attention to our team.
EVENTS – Coaches have the final say in all events that swimmers compete in. If you are entered into an event you do not want to swim, still give it your best. The coaches have your best interest in mind and put you in events they believe you can swim.
BE EARLY – Please arrive 15 MINUTES prior to the start of meet warm ups.
COMMUNICATION – Speak with your coaches before and after each race.
CHEERING – It is important to cheer on your teammates throughout the duration of the whole meet. This helps to create a unified and supportive environment.