It's like swim team for adults!
Manta Ray 2014 Summer Season
May 12th - July 12th
Swimmers entering 4th grade and younger in 2014-2015 will have in pool workouts from 4:00-4:45 pm Monday-Thursday.
Swimmers who are entering 5th grade and older in 2014-2015 will have dry land workouts from 4:00-4:45 pm and in pool workouts from 4:45-6:00 pm Monday-Thursday.
New this year; we are hoping to offer summer apparel that was designed by one of our swimmers. Swimmers can enter their own designs for tanks and shorts. If your swimmer is interested, have them create a design and submit it to the pool by April 30. You can drop it off or e-mail it to Cathy at firstname.lastname@example.org. Then a choosing committee will make an executive decision. Clothing order forms will be available at the parent/swimmer information night.
Would you like a Manta Ray team swim cap? We have them for sale at the pool for $4.00. They are navy blue with a gold Manta Ray on the side.
Cost and policies
$70.00 per swimmer. There is also a charge for some meets.
Swimmer must be able to swim 25 yards.
Must be a MASA member (family membership or youth memberships are available).
A parents meeting will be held prior to the start of the first practice. If you missed it stop at the desk for an information packet.
November 4th at 5:30 pm
No Refunds - No Exceptions.
Here is a link to the Speedo Vanquisher Goggle.
MASA Spring Sprint
Join us for a community swim meet and cookout!
Friday, May 16th, 2014
5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
The meet will only consist of relays, 25's and 50's. Cookout food, fresh off the grill will be available! Bring friends and family for this community event! If you are a community member, please sign up at the pool by May 11th.
Cost: $10.00 per swimmer (maximum of 6 events).
Please note that the pool will be closed to the public for this event...except of course those that are swimming in the meet.
Adrienne Reed, Coach
Adrienne is excited to be back for another season! She cocoached the 2013-2014 winter swim season and is overjoyed to be able to spend more time with the Manta Ray swimmers. She began her swimming career at age 6 with the Phillips Wave swim time in Phillips, WI. She continued to swim competitively through her sophomore year of high school when she became Lifeguard and WSI certified. She then spent the remaining three years of high school and summer months lifeguarding and teaching swim lessons, while swimming for recreation. Although out of practice compared to some of the Manta Ray swimmers, her favorite events still are those of distance like the 500 Free or 400 IM. “What can I say, I’ve always been a fish! So excited to see all you kiddos creating waves in a few short weeks!”
Adrienne is a recent graduate from the UW-LaCrosse and is substitute teaching in the Marathon district.
Focus is Fun
Swimmers will focus on learning and refining:
- All 4 competitive strokes: freestyle, backstroke, butterfly, and breaststroke.
- Competitive starts, finishes, and turns.
- Endurance, confidence, teamwork and a love for the water!