ROUND HILL SWIM TEAM
The purpose of the Round Hill Country Club Swim Team (The Heat) is to provide a competitive recreational swim program for Round Hill Country Club with an emphasis on individual swimmer development, sportsmanship and the recognition and inclusion of swimmers of all levels in all swim team spirit and social activities.
Our vision is to develop a swim team that promotes teamwork, pride and excellence through training and competition at all ability levels. We strive to foster family and community involvement and support and to provide an environment for self-improvement and goal achievement through hard work, dedication, self-discipline and perseverance. It is our belief that every swimmer, regardless of ability level, should be given the opportunity to achieve their personal best. We believe that a swimmer's mark of excellence should be determined by their self-improvement, self-determination and self-accomplishment. When it comes to performance, we don’t believe in mediocrity or in perfection. Instead, we teach our swimmers that the recipe for success can be found somewhere in-between. We aim to create an atmosphere where swimmers learn how to work hard, strive for their personal best and have fun in the process.
The Heat is proud to be one of the top teams in the East Bay. We consistently place high in Division I in the Contra Costa County Championship Meet. We have a staff of 4 top notch coaches to work with our team of nearly 300 swimmers.
Round Hill is privileged to have an 8-lane-flow over competition pool. There is also a separate 2-lane warm-up pool, hot tub, and baby pool on site. Round Hill members have access to the small swim shop in the Aquatics Office.
Our team is a part of the Valley Swim Association (The League). The League is made up of 8 teams from the local area including: the Blackhawk CC HOX, the Crow Canyon CC Sea Lions, the Danville Sea Devils, the Del Amigo Dolphins, the Diablo CC Sharks, the Round Hill CC Heat, the San Ramon Aquacats, and the Sycamore Stingrays. Division A consists of the four top finishing teams from the prior year’s Championship meet. Division B is comprised of the remaining four teams. The results of the Championship meet determine each team's division and schedule for the following year. The schedule is determined by the placement within the division. Division A teams swim against other Division A teams on Saturdays and against Division B teams on Wednesday nights. Division B teams swim against other Division B teams on Saturdays.