Swim Team

Cow SwimmingApplications for Assistant and Apprentice Coaches due by April 11.
Coach Application

Swim Team Season: May 24-July 11, 2021

We are looking for enthusiastic Junior and Apprentice swim coaches for the upcoming 2021 swim season.  We know we’ve got an excellent “pool” of “mooootivated” potential coaches!  The following are the job descriptions for each type of coach:

Jr Coach – Junior coaches are expected to be on deck/in the pool for all practices.  They also give feedback to head coaches on meet entries.  Junior coaches are expected to be encouraging and good examples to swimmers.  Compensation based on experience.

Apprentice Coach – Apprentice coaches help during practices on deck and in the pool.  They have no coaching responsibilities at meets.  They are expected to be encouraging and good examples to swimmers.  Apprentice coaching positions are available to swimmers at least 13 years old at the start of the season on May 24, 2021.  This is a volunteer position.

Registration Kickoff 

Head Coach: Lizzy Bodkin
1st Assistant Coach:
Assistant Coaches: TBD

Swim Team Manager: Rachel Olsen
Swim Meets
City Meet

For questions about swim team, please contact us at lilyflaggswimteam@gmail.com

Forms
Swim Team Registration Form
Cap Order Form
RCSL City Meet Child Permission Waiver
RCSL City Meet Adult Permission Waiver

Our summer league swim team has high quality coaching staff and instructional personnel. Our goal is to offer every member of the swim team an opportunity to have fun, compete, and improve their swimming skills. We believe that each swimmer should achieve success at their own level of ability, whether they are new to swim team or ready for serious competition. For most swimmers, summer league is a time for sunshine, loud cheers, in and out-of-the-pool games, all wrapped up in a dual-meet and city-meet style competition. For some swimmers, summer swim team is a great time to swim with their friends and for a few it is a bridge to year-round swimming.

All of our staff is certified in CPR, Safety Training, and First Aid. Their training offers you assurance that the children will be given quality care and training in a safe and well-structured environment. Our goal is to develop successful and lifelong swimmers by reinforcing positive physical, emotional, and social skills.

Swim team participants need to be able to swim a lap unassisted in the 25 meter pool and be out of swim diapers.