The Stateline Aquatic Team is pleased to offer a summer recreational league swim team called The Flying Fish. The Flying Fish Swim Team participates in a summer recreational swim league called the Rockford Summer Swim Conference (RSSC). The RSSC is a small, local swim conference made up of teams from Peak Sports Club, Forest Hills Country Club, Mauh-Nah-Tee-See Country Club, and the Rockford Country Club.
The Flying Fish Summer Season typically runs from the day after Memorial Day until the end of July. However, for the summer of 2021, the season is going to start Monday, June 7th. There are dual meets on Monday evenings and a Championship Meet at the end of July.
Our Flying Fish program is perfect for swimmers who are new to the sport or for those who want to try being on a competitive swim team without making a large time and financial commitment. Our coaching staff works with the Flying Fish swimmers just like our USA Swim Team Members. We teach the fundamentals and techniques needed to have a fun and enjoyable swim experience.
Our year-round STAT USA Swim Team members are able to compete in all of the Flying Fish dual meets and championship meet. However, our Flying Fish swimmers are only able to compete in the RSSC dual meets, the RSSC championship meet, and possibly a few, specially designated USA Swim Meets in the summer. This can get a little confusing. It all has to do with the USA Swimming Meet Sanctioning process. Please contact the head coach, Scott Kitzman for more information about the Lionfish meets and other specifics.