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TRANSPORTATION Swimmers provide their own transportation to and from practice and meets The season ends with MTHSSA High School Regional and Tennessee High School State meets for qualifying swimmers. (qualifying times). A Middle Tennessee Swim Team for Homeschool Swimmers. We had a few swimmers make the High School standards for regional and one for state. Last school season, Makos had more swimmers at the Regional Meet than any other However, we had a lot of fun and several state and regional qualifying times. MHSAA L.P. Swimming Qualifying Times. GIRLS. GIRLS. GIRLS. BOYS. BOYS. BOYS. DIV. 1. DIV. 2. DIV. 3. DIV. 1. DIV. 2. DIV. 3. MEDLEY.
There are numerous "club" aquatic programs in the Bay Area Does my son need a physical exam and insurance to participate in the TNHS swim program? Your child will NOT be allowed to practice without a physical exam and adequate insurance. Most athletes will get a physical exam from their own doctor For those who cannot schedule a physical exam with their family physician, Terra Nova HS will provide an opportunity for physical exams Those athletes who are not properly insured may purchase insurance for swimming through Terra Nova High School Will team members be expected to participate in fund raising activities?
Each team's head coach may promote fund raising activities for their specific team.
Tennessee High School Swimming
Fund raising is an integral part of being a team member. Failure to participate in Athletic Department and Team Fund Raisers at an appropriate level places the entire Athletic Program and specific teams in jeopardy. Therefore, failure to participate and equally share in the burden of fund raising will result in loss of playing time or dismissal from the team.
What is Sportsmanship Night This meeting is mandatory for each participating athlete and at least one of their parents. Parents will be asked to register upon their arrival at Sportsmanship Night to verify their attendance Margy began coaching in at M.
Margy and her husband live in Nashville with their daughter and son. Jessica Cutler White Group Coach Jessica is formerly from Michigan where she swam all throughout age group swimming and into college where she swam at Michigan State University. Jessica returned to Rockford, Michigan for student teaching and began coaching for her age group team, Rockford Riptide, as well as the high school team she was previously a part of.
At the end of her student teaching year she moved to Clarksville, Tennessee for her first job teaching 2nd grade.
She was the team captain, most valuable swimmer, and broke the 50 freestyle record for her high school in She swam for NAC as an age group swimmer and again from during which she competed at four Southeastern Championship meets. She was the head and assistant head coach for the Traceside Barracudas in the summers of and coached part-time for Tennessee Aquatics in She is currently building her personal business as an Independent Beauty Consultant when not coaching Green group, Red group, Blue group, and SwimFit 2.
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Dakota was a 2 x Junior National champion and former record holder in the butterfly, part of the PAC 12 championship team at USC, bronze medalist in the butterfly at the US National Championships, and finished 6th in the finals of the Olympic Trials in the Butterfly.
A year after graduating with a degree in International Relations from the University of Southern California, Dakota traveled and worked across the continent of Africa for over 6 months.
Now Dakota wants to teach some of the next generation of swimmers what he has learned through his life experiences, in and out of the pool.
James was a Junior National Qualifier in the freestyle events as a ninth grader. There, he was a PAC finalist and was nominated for rookie of the year. After being offered a full scholarship for swimming, James moved to Syracuse University for his remaining years where he was team captain, top five finalist in the Big East Championship and a Big East Academic All Star.
During this time, he has also been able to coach with for the Badger age group team and coaching country club and high school teams as well.
James has coached over age group swimmers to success as well as coaching swimmers to become Junior National Qualifiers and All-American athletes. In she began her coaching career with Daniel Island Flying Fish, a summer league, coaching all age swimmers. During her time at LTP she helped build and grow the entire program for four years from 80 swimmers to over He went on to swim four years at Western Kentucky University where he was a two-time team captain and helped set both the pool and school records in the free relay.
He was also a member of the Conference USA championship team. While coaching the Gators, Neal had numerous Southeastern finalists, several State Championship finalists including a two-time state champion in the backstrokefour Junior National qualifiers including three first-time qualifiersand two zone meet participants.
Neal is excited to be a part of the NAC family once again and hopes to add to the legacy of hard work and fast swimming in Nashville! In addition to attending classes on campus, Kathleen works as a student-teacher at elementary schools in the Nashville community, where she has run into several of her Green and White groupers! Kathleen grew up swimming competitively in her hometown of Richmond, VA. For the past two summers, she went home to be an assistant coach for summer league teams, in addition to teaching her own private swim lessons for beginner swimmers.
She taught private and group swim lessons for the Vanderbilt Swim School Program from to She has also volunteered with the Nashville Dolphins program, which offers swim instruction to kids with special needs. Rachel began competitive swimming at the age of three and continued to swim through college.
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She also competed in cross country and track and field at Xavier. Rachel has been coaching swim lessons and triathlon lessons since high school. She became involved with NAC shortly after moving to Nashville because she missed the sport. She enjoys working with kids and being around the pool!
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She was a part of four State Championship teams at Marist. She graduated with a double major in History and English. Hadley is excited to continue coaching at the developmental level with NAC! Allison came from a family of swimmers.
Her older sister, Amanda, swam for the University of Alabama.