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WE HAVE MOVED COMPETITIVE SECTIONS. The last two seasons we have swam within Section 6AA, for the 2019-2020 season we will be competing in Section 4A; teams include: Fridley, St. Thomas Academy, Minnehaha Academy, Columbia Heights, MLPS Edison, MLPS Patrick Henry, MLPS Roosevelt, St. Paul Humboldt/Washington, St. Paul Como, South St. Paul, and St. Paul Johnson. Moving from class AA to class A means that our school numbers are smaller and we will compete against teams of similar size, which is beneficial to us! 
For anyone considering improving their stroke technique over the summer, below is a swim camp in Roseville ran by Coaches Stephanie Monaco and Michael Richards. This is a great opportunity to prepare for next season, especially if you aren't committed to a club swim team. There are a couple of different session options available and there is an early bird special if you sign up before May 17. The summer swim program is designed for swimmers who have some competitive swimming experience  (member of a high school team, club, or YMCA team). The camp will focus primarily on maintaining a  general level of swimming fitness, as well as developing more coordination and athleticism that  will help swimmers improve their strokes. In a typical practice we will spend about 30-­‐45 minutes  doing strength training on land, then move to the pool for the remainder of practice to work on  stroke technique and general cardiovascular conditioning for swimming. These sessions are a perfect  opportunity for swimmers who want to begin the high school season in shape or to bridge the gap  between spring and fall sports.
The summer swim program is designed for swimmers who have some competitive swimming experience  (member of a high school team, club, or YMCA team). The camp will focus primarily on maintaining a  general level of swimming fitness, as well as developing more coordination and athleticism that  will help swimmers improve their strokes. In a typical practice we will spend about 30-­‐45 minutes  doing strength training on land, then move to the pool for the remainder of practice to work on  stroke technique and general cardiovascular conditioning for swimming. These sessions are a perfect  opportunity for swimmers who want to begin the high school season in shape or to bridge the gap  between spring and fall sports.











































 
Huskies Wrap up their 2nd Season! 
  • 23 Athletes [3 Seniors, 3 Juniors, 4 Sophomore's, 5 Freshman, 6 8th Graders, 2 7th Graders]
  • 2,840 Miles Swam Total as a Team
  • 1,154.85 Seconds Shaved as a Team
  • Hope to see everyone next season!
~Coach Molly
Excellence is the product of everyday effort -Bob Bowman, Head Coach for Michael Phelps