We’ve now posted the last of Waterpolo dual meet results as well as the Under 12 Mixed and Girls 14 and Under and Girls 16 and under Playoff Schedule for August 7th at Elm Park. You can find it all on the 2018 Waterpolo page. Congratulations to all the teams, coaches, officials and volunteers who helped make the Waterpolo dual meet season so awesome. We’re looking forward to the Playoffs!
Note: A previous post incorrectly listed August 14th as the Girls and U12 Playoff date. We apologize for any confusion
We are updating the Waterpolo dual meet results as they arrive. The U12 mixed and boys results are pretty much up to date on the 2018 Waterpolo page and we’ll have the girls results for you shortly.
With the final scores now in for the Swim Team Dual Meets, we now move into the second phase of the NAA Swim Season.
Based on the dual meet scores we will determine the swim lanes for the Time Trial Preliminary heats on Saturday. Remember that only a limited number of competitors for each event in each age group can participate and that each competitor is limited to how many events they can qualify in. Then based on the Time Trials Preliminary results, we’ll know who will qualify for the annual Big Meet a week later!
We encourage both qualifier and non-qualifier swimmers and their families to come out to the Time Trials and Big Meet to cheer their pool teams.
We’ve got all the results in now from the Swim Team Dual Meets on the 2018 Swim Team page. You can see where each pool ranks. In the C Division, we’ve made averages to manage the Off weeks each pool had and we’ve added the participation points from the Summer Swimmers Meet. These totals will be used on Saturday at Time Trials to determine lane placement and then carried forward to next week to add to the Big Meet results to determine winners in each division.
We’ve got the Junior and Senior Prelim results now posted on the 2018 Synchro page. These results have some influence on the draws to be done for finals as the top six competitors in each event are guaranteed to compete in the last six spots so we do draws for the top six, then the rest of the competitors to figure out the complete order of competition. Any team can win the event no matter what order they swim in though so bring your best game at Finals! We’ll be posting the draws for Junior and Senior Finals shortly.
We’re coming into the final stretch of the Swim Team dual meet season. With the Week 4 results now posted on the 2018 Swim Team page, the leaders in each division are starting to form up! We will be posting the results next week as quickly as possible so we ask that all Swim Team Coaches make a special effort to get their results to Brandon, the VP of Swimming on Wednesday night as soon as you have them available.
There is only one week left of the dual meet season and we’re sure teams will be bringing there very best game next Wednesday!
Following the Summer Swimmers Meet on Saturday, we have found several updates to the scoring that had to be corrected. We’ve updated the scores as well as republished the individual swimmer results to the 2018 Summer Swimmers Meet page. The updates don’t change the winner of the meet which remains Walters. So congratulations Walters… um… again!
What a great meet it was! Our congratulations to Walters on posting the high team score and winning the 2018 Summer Swimmers Meet! Our thanks to everyone at Briarwood for putting on a spectacular meet and thanks too to every volunteer, official and staff member who helped make this a great day.
Congratulations to every athlete who competed and brought their very best to the meet.
The team scores as well as each individual swim result are available on the 2018 Summer Swimmers Meet page.
We’ve just posted the Week 4 Dual Meet Diving Scores on the 2018 Diving page.
Swim team results for week 3 have just been posted. You’ll find them on the 2018 Swim Team page.