Registration is now open for the 2017 Summer Orange and Blue program. All NEW swimmers are required to do an in water evaluation to confirm proper group assignment. Please contact Coach Cindy for an evaluation time at email@example.com
Current Spring Orange and Blue swimmers who wish to sign up for the summer program should get an early registration sign up form from Coach Cindy by the early reg sign up deadline.
The Terrapins are now offering online registration for our 2017 Winter and Spring Summer league swimmer Stroke and Turn Clinics. Clinics will run from February through March on selected Sunday afternoons.
Clinics will be led by Elite Coach Dan Cottam of the Terrapins. Clinics will focus on all 4 strokes and all turns. Class size is limited and will fill quickly, please register as soon as possible.
For clinic dates, times and costs, please download the information flyer below. Questions can be forwarded to Coach Cottam at firstname.lastname@example.org
The class scheduled for Feb 11 is now on Feb 12th
The class scheduled on March 28th is now on March 26th
On March 30th – April 4th the Terrapins Age Group Team finished off their short course season with continued success at the Pacific Swimming Short Course Far Western Championship Meet held in Pleasanton, CA. Leading the way for the team was 10 year old Lilly Struemph, winning all 7 of her events and claiming the 9-10 girls high point award for the meet. Congratulations Lilly!
For most of the Terrapin Age Groupers, just qualifying for this meet was a huge accomplishment in itself. The work these swimmers put in to reach this level is an example of their continued improvement throughout the season.
Sophia Pedersoli (12) continued her success at the meet with 6 best times, Akshitha Kannan (10) with 3 best times, David Skov (10) with 2 best times, Diana Chan (12) with 1 best time, AJ Fong (12) with 2 best times, and Damien Donado with 1 best time.
The coaches could not be more proud of all the Terrapin Swimmers at the meet!
On March 10th – 12th the Terrapins Swim Team hosted the Pacific Swimming 14 & Under Spring Junior Olympic Championship Meet at the Concord Community Pool.
The Team took advantage of the beautiful weather and the home field advantage on their way to scorching best times! It was a full team effort from the 10-unders to the 13-14s. There were many best times, break through performances, and some awesome relays! Below is a recap of all of our individual swimmers that recorded best times at the meet and Top 10 performances:
Lily Streumpf-HIGH POINT WINNER, 8 best times, won 7 events
Nikki Kannan-9 best times, Top 10 (7 events)
Davidka Skov-4 best times, Top 10 (5 events)
Amelia Bodenstab-1 best time
Diana Chan-5 best times, Top 10 (2 events)
Sofie Curran-2 best times, Top 10 (1 event)
Angeline Masongsong-1 best time
Sophia Pedersoli-4 best times, Top 10 (5 events)
AJ Fong- 2 best times, Top 10 (6 events)
Asim Sami-2 best times, Top 10 (1 event)
Lawrence Thomas-5 best times, Top 10 (7 events)
Maile Andresen-6 best times, Top 10 (7 events)
Abby Dulski-2 best times, Top 10 (3 events)
Sophia Miller-7 best times, Top 10 (2 events)
Devin Masongsong-8 best times, Top 10 (8 events)
Zack Chau-1 best time
Damien Donado-2 best times, Top 10 (2 events)
The Terrapins placed 3rd overall at the Central Section Championships held at the University of Iowa in Iowa City, behind Fort Collins Swim Team from Colorado and Edina Swim Club from Minnesota. The men’s team placed 3rd overall led by Alexei Sancov’s 5 wins and strong mens relays.
Sancov won 5 events at the meet swimming unrested and unshaved. He won the 50fr(20.29), 100fr(43.57), 200fr(1:35.60), 500fr(4:24.88) and 100fly(48.31) His 100fr,200fr and 500fr were Central Section meet records.
Alexei also combined with Nate Barsanti, Tyler James and Andrew Rodriguez to break the 800Free relay Central Section record. In addition to Alexei’s fast swims, top 8 finals swims were done by Nate Barsanti(200fr -1:39.23, 100fr -46.12), Tyler James(100BK -49.92), Andrew Rodriguez(100BK -50.66, 200BK – 1:51.76) and Skyler Liu(200fly – 2:04.56, 200BR – 2:21.71)
The meet concluded with an exciting wire to wire race in the Men’s 400Free relay event between The Fort Collins team and Terrapin team. The Terrapin men edged out the win with a fast 3:02.80 swim, anchored by Andrew Rodriguez who split a 46.18 to secure the win.
Overall the Terrapins posted 48 new Life best swims and highlighted by the following swimmers:
Jessica Larson – 50fr 23,30, 100fr 51.08, 100fly 56.83
Tyler James – 6 best times including 200bk 1:49.48, 200fr 1:41.04, 50fr 21.35
Connor Seip – 200fr 1:43.35 and a first time ever 500fr in 4:43.79
Will Nagle – in his first meet as a Terrapin 200fr 1:43.68, 500fr 4:41.05
Stephie Backlund – 4 life best swims including 100fr 52.97, 200fr 1:53.62
Anthony Vizental – 6 life best swims including 200fly 1:58.51, 200bR 2:10.71
Adrian Dulay – 200BR 2:07.83
CharlotteMeier – 3 life best swims including 50fr 24.04 100bk 57.93
Maya Price – 3 life best swims
Remy Gordillo – 2 life best swims
Rylee Gordillo -2 life best swims
Adonis Thomas - 3 life best swims including 400Im 4:15.47
Delanie Gearing – 2 life best swims