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SPRING 2019 - Information

Thank you for your interest in Maryland Club Swimming! Our goal is to provide a friendly, close-knit environment to foster athletic improvement, friendships, and community involvement. We hold 5 practices per week and the schedule is outlined below. There is no practice requirement. We also participate in at least 3 meets per semester. We host a variety of social activities, such as hikes, to encourage close friendships among members. We are also heavily involved in the community with organizations such as KEEN, which organizes aquatic activities for children with disabilities. 


All members must fill out a waiver and concussion testing on IMLeagues. Once that is completed (or if you need help with the form), you may show up at any practice you like! If you have any questions, send us an email or come to practice and talk to an officer. 

Practice Schedule

Practices will start on Tuesday, September 4th at our typical practice time, as noted below.

Sun: 4-6 pm (*dryland: 4-5)

Mon/Tue/Wed/Th**: 8:00-10:00pm

**dryland 8:00-9:30

All practices are held in the Eppley Recreation Center Natatorium.


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The club swim team provides a platform for students of all skill levels to be involved in all that a club sport has to offer. We have members ranging from beginner to former varsity or national-level athlete. We participate in a variety of athletic competitions each semester, including one overnight meet, one home meet, on day travel meet, and Regionals in the fall and Nationals in the spring. We also participate in a variety of activities outside of the pool, such as barbecue socials, fundraisers and community service.




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This team was formed to give students an opportunity to meet new people, stay in shape, and compete in a non-varsity environment.

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