Gray & White Team Rosters

We’re pleased to announce the Summer Gray and White teams! As always, we want to thank our great families for choosing to swim with us. Simply click [Read More] to see which team your child(ren) is on. You can also learn more about why the club team is divided into two sub-teams.

Gray and White TeamWe’re pleased to announce the Summer Gray and White teams! As always, we want to thank our great families for choosing to swim with us. Simply click on the roster link below to see which team your child(ren) is on.

Gray Team Roster
WhiteTeam Roster

As you may remember, the team was divided into two “sub-teams” starting last summer and it has been a big success! As our team grew, we faced some challenges including longer and more crowded meets. To help with that, we now divide the team into two “sub-teams”, a Gray Team and a White Team (also known as SDMS Gray or SDMS White).  These teams are NOT DIVIDED ACCORDING TO ABILITY. It’s simply a random split across all age groups. Families, of course, are on the same team.

With this split, each team will have the chance to swim both home and away meets. Be sure to check the meet schedule to see when your team is swimming and where. It also has the meet sign-up timeframes as well. Look for more information about online meet sign-ups to be posted next week. We swim together for two meets during the season and for the conference meet, as we strive for our sixth consecutive Conference Championship!

Rosters will also be posted Current Season section of the Club Swimming tab.

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