Coach Sandy

Senior I  

The Senior group is comprised of high school age swimmers ages 14 years and older who are focused on fine tuning stroke mechanics, race strategies, increasing aerobic capacity and gaining strength. These swimmers are working towards Blue times as well as cuts to move into the Senior II group. These swimmers are expected to attend one swim meets per quarter. Senior I Attendance goal is 75%.+ 

Requirements:

  • Coach Evaluation required
  • Move from Silver 11&O, Gold
  • Attend at least 1 swim meets per quarter

Equipment: Swim bag, Goggles, Fins, a Competitive Swimming Snorkel, Paddles and Pull Buoy.

Group Information:

  • 75 minute weekday swim practice Monday-Thursday; 60 minute Saturday practice
  • Afternoon Swim Practice: Monday – Thursday 5:45pm
  • $175 per month

 Coach Goran (Head Coach, Sr II)

Coach Yann (assistant Sr II)  Coach Craig (assistant Sr II) 

Senior II

The Senior II group is comprised of swimmers at the highest ability level ages 14 years and older. These swimmers have Sectionals and National cuts. They train 2 hours each day, maximizing mental and physical skills. Dryland training, goal setting and race strategies are emphasized. Continued focus on endurance, speed, perfection of stroke technique and commitment to all aspects of swimming are expected at this level. Swimmers in this group are expected to attend all meets according to their eligibility.

Requirements:

  • By invitation
  • Move from JO

Equipment: Swim bag, Goggles, Fins, a Competitive Swimming Snorkel, Paddles and Pull Buoy. Tennis shoes and comfortable gyms clothes for dryland

Group Information:

  • 2 hour weekday PM swim practice; 90 minute weekday AM practice as scheduled; 3 hour Saturday practice (includes 1 hour of dry land); 30 minute dryland on specific days.
  • There is a 75% attendance requirement to be in the Senior II group
  • $210 per month

The coaching staff will make all group level assignments. Training ability, performance, maturity, commitment of both the athlete and the parents, and social group will all be taken into account when making this determination. Be assured that the coaching staff considers every athlete very carefully. 

Even if the athlete makes all the standards for consideration, the athlete may not be moved into the next practice group. Conversely, the coaches may invite an athlete that has not made all the standards to be placed into a higher group. This could be for a variety of reasons including but not limited to physical, mental, or psychological maturity, commitment of the athletes and parents, social group etc. Ultimately it is the sole discretion of the coaching staff where to place an athlete. If you have a question as to why your athlete was placed in a certain group please ask the coach and we will certainly discuss it with you.