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About

Since the mid 1970s the Dublin High Swim Team has been an ever growing and changing phenomenon. Originally based out of the Dublin Swim Center on campus the Dublin Swim Team has now moved to its new location at the Wave Aquatics Complex at Emerald Glen Park.

The Dublin Swim Team has brought together competitive swimmers from all levels in order to build a diverse swim community that proudly represents Dublin High School and the City of Dublin. Dublin swimmers have been groomed in one of the recreational swim teams in the area (Dublin Green Gators or Briarhill Barracudas) or at one of the local club teams (SRVA, TVA, Seahawks, LAC, or East Bay). It is this sundry background of swimmers that are proud to be apart of their high school team and have worked hard to achieve recent success in EBAL, NCS, and at State.

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Expectations

  1. Everyone must ride the bus to and from each meet if there is a bus scheduled to take the team (with the exception of approved carpools)
    1. Swimmers with a reasonable excuse must notify the coaches by email at least 24 hours in advance.
    2. Swimmers may be released from riding the bus if there is a family or individual emergency.
  2. Swimmers will participate in warm up with the team prior to the start of the meet and cheer on their teammates during the meet.
  3. Unless otherwise states swimmers will wear Dublin High swim apparel to meets, championships, and invitationals.

Varsity And Junior Varsity

  1. After our first meet swimmers may be moved between varsity and junior varsity dependent on practice participation and achieved times during dual meets of the 2019 season.
  2. Swimmers who participate in 2 dual meets as a varsity swimmer and in the EBAL Varsity Champs will earn a varsity letter.
  3. Swimmers who miss 2 meets may be removed from the team due to coach's discretion. 
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Meets

Dublin High School competes in the East Bay Athletic League (EBAL) which is in the North Coast Section (NCS) and apart of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF). 


Meet participation requirements:

Varsity

  • Participate in all practices 
  • Meet the qualifying times as outlined by the coaches based on an individuals season performance in comparison to their teammates. 

Junior Varsity

  • Participate in all practices 
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How To Unattached, For Club Swimmers

Steps To Unattached From Your Club Swim Team For The High School Swim Season

  1. Go to https://ome.swimconnection.com/
  2. Sign In To Your Account
  3. Select “Enter Meets”
  4. Select “Online Meet Entry”
  5. Select the meets in which you will participate
  6. In the top right hand corner click the box next to “Unattached”
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