Swim Team

Youth & MasterS Swim

Learn about our swim team programs at the J, available for youth and adults (new!).

Youth Swim Team

The Sharks Swim Team is a fun-filled, competitive swim team open to boys and girls who have achieved at least a beginner level of swimming. The program is designed to bring out the best in each swimmer. Participants will be taught how to become proficient in all competitive swim strokes and will be given the tools to take their swimming to the next level, as well as learn the culture of the sport. Our Swim Team program promotes physical health, friendship building, positive self-esteem, dedication, commitment, and teamwork and is designed to develop each child physically, mentally, and emotionally in safe and caring environment. 

The Sharks are open to boys and girls who have achieved at least a beginner level of swimming. Participants must be able to swim at least 25 yards on their stomach or back and must be 18 years of age or under. The Sharks participate in dual Swim Meets during the season and in two different leagues, one in the Winter season and one in the Summer.

For more information, please contact Stephanie Kegelman at stephkegelman@siegeljcc.org.

2019-2020 Winter SWIM TEAM

If you have questions on winter swim team, please contact stephkegelman@siegeljcc.org.

  • Practice Schedule:  
    • Download the 2019-2020 practice and meet schedule here


Introducing the Masters Swim program for ages 19+! Join our team and have access to weekly workouts by trained and accredited coaches, who will motivate you and push you to achieve your fitness goals. We are offering a free trial to anyone interested in participating in the program in 2019. This program is intended for experienced swimmers only (must be legal in 3 of 4 competitive strokes). 

Team practices will be held on Tuesdays, June 18th - December 31st:

  • 6:30 - 7:30 AM | Workout
  • 7:30 - 8 AM | Optional Mechanics

Register today for the FREE TRIAL

101 Garden of Eden Road

Wilmington, DE 19803


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