Posts Tagged ‘Montgomery County Swim League’
Fourteen-year-old Eli Fouts broke out at this year’s all-star meet with his first all-county victories and a pair of league records.
Eleven potential records and another eleven close races to watch at the 2014 MCSL individual all-star meet. Get ready with our preview.
A final preview of Montgomery County’s divisional meets.
Giulia Baroldi was the lone record breaker Tuesday before the severe weather forced meet directors to cancel the 36th Coaches Invitational Long Course Meet.Giulia Baroldi was the lone record breaker Tuesday before the severe weather forced meet directors to cancel the 36th Coaches Invitational Long Course Meet.
Montgomery County’s best will step onto the blocks at Tuesday’s 2014 Coaches Long Course Invitational Meet in Rockville.
Katie Ledecky set two league records, nine meets were decided by 10 points or less and 13 teams took a big step forward towards winning their division on Saturday.
Battle between unbeatens in division O; Calverton confident heading into decisive meet with Old FarmFriday, July 4th, 2014
Washington Woods and Wheaton meet Saturday with 3-0 records and hopes of leaving division O for good.
The backhalf of the MCSL season is upon us. Who can make the final push to win their division title?
It’s a Dolphins versus Dolphins video highlight reel showdown via the web. Probably the first of its kind.
Two MCSL communities join together to support their members in need.
We all know swimming highlights are the best highlights, but summer league highlights might be even better.
Summer league swimming returned to Montgomery County this past weekend with seven meets decided by less than 10 points.
Manchest Farms beat Darnestown in Week 1 and posted the best highlight video of the summer so far.
Get ready for Week 1 of the MCSL season with our divisions preview.
Who are the top 12 and unders to watch this year in the Montgomery County Swim League?
What is the best method to compare more than 80 rapidly changing teams? The area’s two largest summer swim leagues, the MCSL and the NVSL, employ two different, complex methods to assign teams to divisions.
In a new weekly feature, check out photos from the opening weekend of summer meets.
Swimmers from several area leagues (MCSL, PMSL, PWSL, CSL and DCCL) will hit the water this weekend with their first chance of the summer to showcase their improvement since last season. As the new season begins, many familiar faces will be back hoping to build on their past success.