It's like swim team for adults!
Manta Ray 2017 Summer Season
May 15th to July 15th (tentative)
Cost and policies
$70.00 per swimmer if you register on paper or after April 18th.
$60.00 per swimmer if you register on-line on or before April 17th.
MASA membership and swim team fees are due at the first practice.
There is also a $10.00 charge for meets unless otherwise discussed. Due before the meet.
Swimmer must be able to swim 25 yards.
Must be a MASA member (family membership or youth memberships are available).
No Refunds - No Exceptions; however, if you are unsure about swim team if you talk to us we will allow you to attend a few practices before you commit.
Click here to print or access the "Parent Information Packet" for the 2016-17 winter season. This link will be updated with the new packet soon.
Click here to print or access the Manta Ray Calendar for the 2016-17 winter season.This link will be updated when the summer calendar becomes available.
Please see the calendar and parent packet for an explanation of practice times.
New swimmers and those under age 8 will start on May 15th and our older and more experienced swimmers will start practice on May 22nd.
This year we are trying something new for swim team notifications. It is called "Remind 101" and essentially it is text notifications to your phone. Click here for instructions on how to get these notifications. We will still send emails for those who do not wish to get the text messages.
The following links are for the suits and goggles that are recomended for Manta Ray swimmers.
Here is a link to the Speedo Vanquisher Goggle.
Here is a link to the Sporti Piped Splice Jammer.
Here is a link to the Sporti Solid Piped Swimsuit.
These are for youth sizes. They do come in adult sizes as well.
Swim Meets - Changes and/or additions are possible
Adrienne Reed - Administrative Coach
Contact: 715-820-2200 or email@example.com
Adrienne began her swimming career at age 6 with the Phillips Wave swim team in Phillips, WI and continued to swim competitively through her sophomore year of high school. Then, she became Lifeguard and WSI certified and 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, my favorite events were and still are those of distance like the 500 Free or 400 IM.
Sharon Gage-Ruff and Denise Gage - Practice Coaches
Dynamic duo, Sharon and Denise are back! They are excited to see our summer crew and are looking forward to meeting our new members. As some of you know both Denise and Sharon swam for the Manta Rays way back when a "bucket turn" wasn't even a thing (crazy, right?). But don't worry, we've still got our moves, drive and excitement for swimming and we can't wait to share it with you! Sharon, a Case Manager by day, enjoys getting to know each swimmer and giving that encouragement to help them believe that they can compete in their event and be great! Denise is the Health Aide for Edgar School District and can be found almost daily at the swim center, lifeguarding and teaching lessons. She is a strong believer in perfecting stroke technique and is great at helping each swimmer do so. Outside of their day jobs and swim team, these sisters can be found hunting for bargains at a flea market, snowmobiling the beautiful trails of Central Wisconsin, or hanging out with their other family members.
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!