Just a reminder that if you need a new MAAC swim cap, just leave a comment here, and we’ll make sure you get one! The cost per cap is $5.00.
Great job to Larry Daniels, Kathy Sander, Karen Servas, Teresa Focha, Byron Walker, and Rick Jones! MAAC earned 14th place out of 46 teams! 28 new MAAC records were set!
Here are the results!
Please join us for our July Social/”Going Away to College” party for Bri. It will be a potluck, on Saturday, July 25th after practice. Make sure to RSVP on your evite!
If you haven’t already, make sure to register for MAAC’s swim meet on August 15th. The space is limited. Register here!
Friday, July 3rd will have normal practice. No practices from Saturday, July 4th through Monday, July 6th.
Happy 4th of July!
For the 4th of July, MJC will be closed from Friday, July 3rd Saturday, July 4th through Monday, July 6th, meaning there will be no practices these days. On Tuesday, July 7th, the normal practice schedule will resume.
Even if you have already signed up for the Cabo swim make sure to RSVP for the party. To RSVP send an email to email@example.com. The party in on Saturday, June 27th from 4-8 pm. If you haven’t signed up for Cabo, you can still attend the party! (It’s $10 for the party if you didn’t sign up for Cabo.) You can also bring a guest ($10 per guest)! Please no children. It’s going to be mucho fun!!!
You can now register online for MAAC’s swim meet, which is on Saturday, August 15th. We encourage everyone to sign up online as it saves us a lot of work and potential mistakes typing in entries by hand. So, pick your favorite five events, click on the link, and sign up. We have set a goal of having 50 MAAC swimmers participate in the meet which means there will be a lot of people doing their first ever swim meet. You will not be alone, you will have the support of your teammates, coaches, and the home pool advantage. This is a FUN event and is for everyone! A note about seed times: you need to enter seed times for your events. Keep in mind that for this meet, we turn the lanes 90 degrees and swim 25 meter laps instead of 25 yards. That means your times will be about 10% slower. So, to convert your yard times to meters, just add about 3-4 seconds per 50 yards. Need help with seed times, ask a coach. All events are seeded by time, not age, so if you enter a realistic time, you will be swimming in a heat with people your same speed and makes it fun for everyone.
Sign up here!