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Seacoast Swimming - Seekonk

80 Davis St.
Seekonk, MA 02771

774-991-1268
 

General Team Information

 

Seacoast Swimming is a nationally recognized competitive swimming team within the structure of USA Swimming. USA Swimming is the governing body for competitive swimming within the United States. Seacoast participates within the New England LSC, competing in local and national meets.

 

The club has been named a Bronze Medal Team in the Club Excellence Program by USA Swimming. The Club Excellence program identifies and recognizes USA Swimming clubs for their commitment to excellence in operation, performance and development.

 

We are currently designated as a Level 1 Club, in the club recognition program. Designed over a two year period by USA Swimming's Club Development Committee, this voluntary program presents four levels of achievement across four component areas deemed critical to long-term club success.

 

Seacoast Swimming is currently ranked sixth in New England for the 2011-2012 Short Course season and sixth in New England for the 2011-2012 Long Course season out of over 80 registered clubs in New England. The ranking by USA Swimmings Toyota Virtual Club Championship, recognizes and highlights clubs that are developing athletes and achieving success at multiple levels in the club swimming continuum emphasizing the team element in club swimming.

 

General Swim Meet Information

 

Seacoast Swimming is a competitive program that is currently ranked 143rd in the nation out of over 2400 USA Swimming clubs. Participation in the meets is an integral part of your swimmers growth and the success of our swim team. All swimmers are strongly encouraged to participate in the meets on our schedule. All swimmers are required to fully participate in end-of-season championship meets that they have qualified for.

Swim meet schedules are published in September (at the beginning of the Short Course season) and again in March (at the beginning of the Long Course season). Typically, there will be approximately 10-12 meets per year (September-August) not including the championships.