Thank You for a GREAT 2018 Season!      

 

Check back later for information regarding our 2019 swim season.   

 

Please send any questions directly to the team at abingtonalligators@yahoo.com

 

Reflecting once again on a past swim season our team had grown exponentially in numbers as well as swimming improvements.  Ending the season with 106 registered swimmers and a second place win at our league Championship Meet, or team was recognized by the league with the HPCSA Sportsmanship Award for the third year in a row.  Continuing with positive spirit, our swimmers where also recognized by the American Cancer Society with a second place trophy for funds raised in our Swim For Cancer event this season.  

Reflecting on our 2017 swim season.  Our team continued to grow in positive momentum with overall team size and individual swimmer improvements.  The team achieved 4th place overall and was awarded the Sportsmanship Award in the league.  Our team mate Anna Ceglowski was awarded the Swimmer of the Season from the league.  We had collected $2,540.00 for the American Cancer Society and was awarded 2nd place in the league for our Swim For Cancer event. The Swim For Cancer event was once again a meaningful opportunity for our families to come together to build awareness and support then many people who are affected by cancer. We had strong participation as 45 swimmers took to the pool for a solid two hours. Our youngest swimmer was Dean Aho age 7.  The most an individual swimmer swam was 78 laps by Tate Altman age 13.  As a team they swam 2,158 laps (converted that's 107,900 meters or 67.045 miles!) 100 floated devotion candles were lit in memory or support by the children. We were grateful to the member swimmers and families who participated in this season.  

Reflecting on our 2016 season...  ending with an amazing League Championship Meet held at the Greensboro Aquatic Center on Tuesday, July 19th.  Our team proudly ended the 2016 season with tons of wonderful memories, a 4th place team win in City Meet, recipents of the HPCSA Sportsmanship Award, 2nd place in the American Cancer Society Swim For Cancer and one of our very own Swimmers Cassie Beddick recieved the Anna Smith Award.  Proud of all of our Alligators and their entire family.  Truly a great community effort by all! 

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