Thank you for your interest in Zionsville Swim Club’s
The Zionsville Swim Club Team Registration Packet contains information for families and swimmers that are new to ZSC. It is being updated continuously, so check the Revision date at the top to see if you have the latest.
Important information to check out in this packet:
- Membership Fee Payment Plans and Schedules
- Joining Mid-Season
- Online Payments
- Volunteer Requirement
- New Swimmer FAQs
- Tentative Practice Schedules
- Tentative Meet Schedules
2017-18 ZSC Team Registration Information Packet (9-4-2017)
For further details and FAQs on Volunteer Commitments, see the ZSC Volunteer Commitment FAQ's
2017-18 ZSC Volunteer Commitment FAQ's (8-5-2017)
To promote competitive swimming in an atmosphere that encourages self-motivation, teamwork, achievement and responsibility.
The History of Zionsville Swim Club
The Zionsville Swim Club was founded in the fall of 1978 by John Crist and Bill Haggstrom. Crist was the head coach from the Club's inception until 2001 and Bill Haggstrom was the first president. The purpose of the Club was twofold: to provide a feeder system to the Zionsville Community High School Swimming Team, and to provide an opportunity for school aged children of the community to participate in a year round lifetime activity.
In the Club's first season, the short course 1978-79 season, there were a number of swimmers that qualified for and placed in the State Age Group and State Senior Meet and by the early 1980's the club had over 125 registered swimmers. The first State Age Group Champion was Angie Saviano in the winter of 1981, winning the 50 and 100 yard butterfly.
Between 2001-2004, ZSC had 5 different head coaches. In 2005 Darrick Thomas was named the new head coach and very quickly returned ZSC to State and National prominence. Eric Meyer has been the current head coach since 2010.
In 2016, the Club earned Silver Medal Club status for the first time. This USA Swimming recognition identifies the Top 100 teams that execute strong, well-rounded programs to produce elite 18-and-under athletes.