Posts Tagged ‘Tilden Woods’
Seven league records were broken on Sunday at the 2014 MCSL individual all-star meet at Rockville.
The MCSL schedule wasted no time this season in getting to potential division-deciding meets.
Get ready for Week 1 of the MCSL season with our divisions preview.
Our preview of the 2013 MCSL summer swimming season.
Wrap-up of all the action from the 2012 MCSL All-Star weekend.
Take a look at Saturday’s top match-ups in the MCSL and NVSL, as teams try to wrap-up their seasons and earn the right to hoist their division’s championship trophy.
Jack Conger set two of the seven records that were broken on Tuesday night at the 2012 MCSL Coaches’ Invitational Long Course meet.
For many, the weekend’s meets brought the summer season to an end, meaning it’s finally safe to head out on that family vacation. Before you hit the beach, take a look at a selection of photos from around the area in the season’s final installment of this weekly feature.
Another sweltering Saturday brought another round of competitive action to area pools. Enjoy a selection of photos highlighting the sixth weekend of the 2011 summer season.
Theresa Banks backed up its undefeated dual meet season by winning the PMSL Division A’s divisional meet on Saturday. In the NVSL, Sully Station II defeated Sully Station I in a historic matchup, and Overlee repeated as the Division 1 champ.
Expect plenty of close races at Saturday’s MCSL Division A divisional meet and several tight battles as the NVSL dual meet season draws to a close.
Overlee held off Tuckahoe in a down-to-the-wire NVSL meet, while Rockville completed a perfect MCSL Division A dual meet season by taking down Tilden Woods.
With clear skies and large crowds lining the 50-meter Olympic-sized pool, nine records were broken at the 2011 MCSL Coaches Long Course meet at Rockville Swim Center. The USA Swimming-sanctioned summer league meet allows for fast times to count for elite qualifying events — including the U.S. Olympic Trials. MCSL invites the top eight swimmers [...]
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.