Registration Open for the 2021 Season
Welcome to the 2021 Season! Registration is now OPEN.
New Head Coach:
We are excited to announce that Shaun Flood will be our new head coach this summer. Shaun brings an impressive resume as a college water polo player at Loyola Marymount University and a member of the Canadian National team. He was also the Head Coach for Whittier College swimming and Assistant Water Polo Coach, as well as the Assistant Water Polo Coach at Loyola Marymount University. Currently, he is a teacher and Assistant Swim Coach at Episcopal High School. We are thankful for his commitment to coach our swimmers this summer!
- $110 for the first swimmer
- $100 for the subsequent swimmers
- $10 discount for residents of Meadows Place
April 26-30 : Afternoon Practices Begin for new swimmers, 6 and unders, and 11-12 year year olds
May 3 - June 3 : Afternoon Practices for all swimmers
June 4 - July 2: Morning Practices for all swimmers (Tuesday - Friday)
Virtual Meets: June 7, 14, 21, and 28 @ City of Meadows Pool (All regular meets will be at the City of Meadows Pool. Only our swimmers will be swimming. We will input times virtually to compete with other teams.)
Meet of Champs: July 5th
July 9th - All Stars (Place & Time TBA)
USS Club Drop Date: April 30th
More information about practice times, scheduling, and current COVID-19 guidelines will be coming in the weeks ahead.
We are still looking for assistant coaches. Please contact us if your teenager is interested. We have paid and volunteer positions available.
We are looking forward to a great summer of swimming, but please be aware that there will be changes to how things are normally done due to the ongoing pandemic. We added two new acknowledgement documents to the registration this year in regards to COVID-19. Please read them carefully before signing them. We will need parents and swimmers to be flexible during these unprecedented times.
We will be following the facility use policies of the City of Meadows Place, State of Texas, and SHRSL. We will adhere to the most current CDC Guidelines when it comes to COVID exposure and positive cases.
A Note About Mini-Marlins
We have historically been a “learn to swim” program. New swimmers will be given time to learn to swim up until the first meet. If they cannot make the team before the first meet, then they will be encouraged to take private swim lessons and rejoin the team when the head coach deems they are ready.
*Please note that there is no guarantee that your child will learn to swim sufficiently to join the team before the first meet. Our coaches are not certified swim instructors like you might find a Houston Swim Club. Space is limited.
We are thankful to be back in the water this summer! We look forward to seeing you soon.