Swim Clubs in the Boston Area

Swim Clubs in the Boston Area

Post by Dave Hendricks » Sun, 29 Oct 1995 04:00:00


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>My daughter is a nationally ranked age group swimmer in California and we
>are considering moving to the Boston area. We would like to know of the
>best swim clubs in the area.    

THis may depend on your daughter's age because some swim clubs that are great
at the senior level may be mediocre at best with younger kids.  But I would
say that the top two clubs are Bernal's Gators and Seacoast Swim Association.
Seacoast is actually located in Southern New Hampshire (Dover) so depending on
exactly where you locate in Greater Boston, that may or may not be the best
option.   Seacoast's most famous swim was/is Jenny Thompson.

Dave

 
 
 

Swim Clubs in the Boston Area

Post by Richard Osterbe » Sun, 29 Oct 1995 04:00:00

: THis may depend on your daughter's age because some swim clubs that are great
: at the senior level may be mediocre at best with younger kids.  But I would
: say that the top two clubs are Bernal's Gators and Seacoast Swim Association.
: Seacoast is actually located in Southern New Hampshire (Dover) so depending on
: exactly where you locate in Greater Boston, that may or may not be the best
: option.   Seacoast's most famous swim was/is Jenny Thompson.

There's also the Mass Bay Marlins... they practice at Harvard.

-Rick

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Swim Clubs in the Boston Area

Post by Andrew Forre » Mon, 30 Oct 1995 03:00:00

If you're looking south of Boston, consider the Old Colony YMCA at the
Brockton, Mass YMCA.

 
 
 

Swim Clubs in the Boston Area

Post by st923.. » Sun, 05 Nov 1995 04:00:00


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>There's also the Mass Bay Marlins... they practice at Harvard.

>-Rick

What about the New England Barracudas that practice at Brandeis in Waltham?
-Courtney