College Swimmers & Alumni Policy


Swimmers graduating high school and swimming in college will have weekly reports sent to their college coach updating the swimmer’s college coach on the swimmer’s attendance, attitude, work ethic, behavior, and anything else the Aquahawks' Head Coach deems pertinent.


Swimmers graduating high school and not swimming in college must be in good standing with the Head Coach in order to continue swimming with the team starting June 1 of their graduating year (example: swimmers graduating 2018 must be in good standing with the head coach on June 1, 2018 in order to remain in the water with the team).


Graduating seniors, regardless if they are swimming in college or not, must fully participate in all practices they attend after June 1 of their graduating year. Swimmers that come late/leave early, sit out during sets, or alter the set as written may be asked to leave practice. If the behavior continues swimmers may be asked to no longer attend any Aquahawk workouts in the future, and will no longer be in good standing with the Head Coach.


The cost for college swimmers to attend summer workouts with the Aquahawks is $300 for the summer. Swimmers must let the coach know whether or not they intend to compete at either Long Course Champs or Sectionals as there is a separate registration based on a swimmer’s intent.

This payment is due before swimmers can begin attending workouts and is non-refundable.


Aquahawk alumni and non-alumni alike are welcome to train with the Aquahawks during breaks on several conditions:


-Must be in good standing with the Head Coach. All college swimmers must check with the Head Coach before attending any workouts after August 1 of their graduating year (example: swimmers graduating in 2018 must be in good standing with the Head Coach on August 1, 2018 before continuing workouts with the team). If swimmers are not in good standing with the Head Coach after August 1 they may not be allowed to attend any Aquahawk workouts in the future.


-Must fully participate in all practices they attend. Swimmers that come late/leave early, sit out during sets, or alter the set as written may be asked to leave practice. If the behavior continues swimmers may be asked to no longer attend any Aquahawk workouts in the future, and will no longer be in good standing with the head coach.


-During the summer, swimmers must pay the necessary dues and registration costs before they can attend any workouts.