The novices have been swimming well after coming back to practice at the beginning of this month. We have taken the time to review each stroke and go over various drills to improve their technique.
Students from the Class of 2021 who are interested in competing in intercollegiate sports next fall. The NCAA has recently altered their eligibility requirements for student-athletes looking to play college sports beginning in 2021-2022. You can read the update from August HERE and the September update HERE.
If you plan to play a sport in college (specifically in the NCAA), you will have to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center.
- NCAA Division I Eligibility Guidelines
- NCAA Division II Eligibility Guidelines
- NCAA Division III Eligibility Guidelines
NCAA Division I or II Athletes: You need a Certification Account in order to compete at the college level. You also need a certification to take official visits or sign a National Letter of Intent. A certification costs $90 (domestic) and $150 (international).
NCAA Division III Athletes (or if you're unsure of what division you will play): You can create a Profile Page on the NCAA Eligibility Center website. If you decide to compete in D1 or D2 sports, you can transition to a Certification Account. Profile Pages are free.
Use these resources to get started with the certification process: