The Baylor Swim Club will be taking its annual spring break from March 25 – April 3. There will be NO PRACTICES for ALL groups (Developmental, AG, JR, SR2, SR/Varsity) during this time. Baylor Swim Club practices will resume again on Monday, April 4th.
The Baylor Swimming offices will be closed during this period of time (March 25 – April 3).
Group and private swimming lessons will NOT be offered from March 25 – April 3. See the swimming lessons page for the complete schedule and details.
Baylor TRI-Masters will be on a regular practice schedule on Fri., March 25th, Mon., March 28th, Wed., March 30th, and Fri., April 1st from (5:45-7:00 AM).
Meet Information for the ARENA Long Course Invitational (April 22-24, 2022) at Baylor is now available. This meet is open to all practice groups. The scratch deadline for this meet is Tuesday, April 5th. See complete meet info at the link below.
Meet entries for the Metro Divisional Championships (March 18-20, 2022) at the Raymond Arthur Bussard Aquatic Center in Atlanta, GA are now available. They can be found on the meets-info/results page or they can be viewed by logging into your TeamUnify account. The scratch deadline for this swim meet has passed, please email Laura Pitman with any questions.
Please pass this information on to your respective summer league teams, and let them know a way to get themselves ready for the upcoming summer league swim season.
PLEASE NOTE: If you have a swimmer that has participated in our year-round competitive program during the 2021-2022 season then your child should continue to participate with that practice group. This clinic is for those that have not swum with the Baylor Swim Club this season or are just strictly summer league swimmers.
The Baylor Swim Club will once again be offering its’ Summer Tune-Up Stroke Clinic for summer league swimmers. See the details below.
Tune-up for the CASL summer league season this spring by joining Baylor Swim Club’s Summer Tune-Up Stroke Clinic. Baylor’s top certified coaching staff will conduct a stroke clinic and camp to get you ready for the summer swim season. There will be a focus on technique in all four strokes of freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, and butterfly, along with the critical starts and turns, which can determine the success of your race.
Complete information and online registration is now available and can be found at the following link below.
CHATTANOOGA, TN– On Monday, March 7, 2022, Baylor School / Baylor Swimming alumni Will Hunt (Baylor School class of 1989) was inducted into the Chattanooga Sports Hall of Fame. Hunt was a two-time NISCA High School All-American at the Baylor School and Tennessee State Champion in the 50-yard freestyle in both 1988 and 1989. He helped lead the Baylor School to Tennessee State titles from 1986-to 1989.
Will Hunt swam collegiately at the University of Louisiana Monroe. He was the ULM Warhawks team captain and school record holder in the 50-yard freestyle. He was also the National Independent Conference champion in the 50-yard freestyle in 1993 and 1994.
HUNTSVILLE, AL- This past weekend (February 25-27) the Baylor Swim Club sent forty athletes to compete in the 2022 Southeastern Swimming Short Course Championships held at the Huntsville Aquatic Center in Huntsville, AL. The meet featured many of the top 14 & swimmers from the states of Tennessee, Alabama, and the panhandle of Florida.
Leading the way for the Baylor Swim Club were some big-time performances from twelve-year-old Anara Summers. She finished second in both the 200 and 500-yard freestyle events. Her time of 1:59.07 in the 200-yard freestyle was also a new Baylor Swim Club 11-12 girls team record. The previous record was set back in 2001 by Erin Simpson (2:01.57). Summers also placed fourth in the 100-yard butterfly and 200-yard IM. Drew Hitchcock claimed the Southeastern title in the open 200-yard butterfly, while teammate Josean Massucco finished second in the event.
CHATTANOOGA, TN- On the weekend of February 25-27, 2022, over one hundred and thirty Baylor Swim Club athletes competed in the Southeastern Swimming Region 2 Championships held at the Baylor School Natatorium. Over 500 athletes from the Southeastern Swimming LSC East Region swam in the two-and-a-half-day competition. The Baylor Swim Club took the overall team title, scoring 1,731 points. Tenessee Aquatics finished second with 934.50 points, while McCallie/ GPS Aquatics claimed third with 613.50 points. One of the highlights of the meet came from the Baylor Swim Club 8 & Under boys. They claimed the 8 & Under boys SES Region 2 age group team title. Leading the way for the 8 & Under boys was Max Shaw. He finished as the SES Region 2 8 & Under boys high point runner-up award winner.
What exciting news! The Baylor Swim Club has been awarded by United States Swimming the distinction of being a nationally ranked Silver Medal swim club in the USA Swimming Club of Excellence program for the 2022 swimming season!
What exactly does this mean? This means that Baylor Swim Club is recognized as one of the top clubs in the country based on organizational professionalism and athletic performance. To qualify for this award, Baylor had to submit an extensive report to United States Swimming, documenting club professionalism as well as both national and world-class performance.