The Naval Academy Aquatic Club offers year-round training for over 200 boys and girls ages six through 18.  The club is staffed by 15 professional coaches and uses the expansive and modern aquatic facilities of the United States Naval Academy, which is located in Annapolis Maryland.

NAAC's overriding goal is to have each member reach his or her athletic potential while learning such life skills as dedication, teamwork, and sportsmanship.  The team is organized into progressive training groups that provide instruction and conditioning appropriate to each athlete's age and skill level.

The club has enjoyed much success over its 30-year history.  Former members include many Division I college scholarship swimmers, including a 1996 Olympic double gold medalist.

Please browse through this website to find out more about the club.  If you have any questions, contact Hilary Yager, the head swim coach.



Lejeune Pool


  • 10-lane, 50-meter course or 22-lane, 25-meter course

  • 10-lane, 25 yard course for competition

  • Training facility for all NAAC North training groups, including Masters

  • Site for the annual Maryland State Club Championships and the collegiate Patriot League Championships




The Naval Academy Aquatic Club is a private 501(c)(3), nonprofit organization composed of a swimming program and a water polo program. The programs have separate coaching staffs, schedules, and  facilities, but are administered under a common program director and executive committee. NAAC is a member of Maryland Swimming, USA Swimming, U.S. Water Polo and Maryland Water Polo.

The club fosters the development of leadership, self-reliance, and self-assurance in addition to promoting swimming and water polo skills for residents of the greater Annapolis area as well as military dependents and children of federal employees.

NAAC has a staff of 15 professional coaches, thereby keeping the coach/athlete ratio under 1:20. The club is fortunate to have access to excellent facilities, which include two pools with ample space to train and compete both long course (50 meter) and short course (25 yard).