NVSL Swim News & Information
Streamlines - 9 November 2017Thu, 11-9-2017 | Kelly Parry
Happy NVSL off-season and get ready for the cold weather approaching.
Here is a little splash of information and news:
The League calendar is loaded to our website (look left on this page). The first dual meet is on June 23rd and All Stars on August 4th.
The February Seeding Meeting is scheduled for February 25th at Hayfield Secondary School.
Are you exiting your position as Team Rep? Let us know and please provide a name and an email of your successor to askNVSL@gmail.com. Take note that most information will be posted here.
If you need a coaching ad posted on the website, email a Word document to askNVSL@gmail.com and it will be posted for you.
The League proudly boasts 15,991 swimmers for 2017.
1027 official were certified at NVSL clinics.
In 1978, the Mosby Woods timers arrived at the Saturday dual meet with digital watches instead of the standard mechanical stopwatches. The issue, “Watches Create Flap Within NVSL Ranks” made the Washington Journal.
$20 was the bill for team dues in 1959.
Keep swimming and thank you all for volunteering your time and service to the NVSL.
Send questions or suggestions to askNVSL@gmail.com.
Team Rep End of Season Meeting on September 10thThu, 8-31-2017 | Kelly Parry - NVSL President
The 2017 NVSL Team Representative’s End of Year meeting will be held on Sunday, September 10th at the Mason District Government Center (6507 Columbia Pike, Annandale, VA 22003) beginning at 6:30 pm.
At the meeting we will recap the 2017 season and look forward to next summer. It is anticipated that topics to be covered will include reports on: financial data, insurance, protests, sportsmanship, All Stars, awards, 2018 calendar, hytek, surveys, and the website. We also hope to get feedback on any issues of interest to the League from the 2017 season and for the 2018 season.
See you all there!
Sportsmanship Awards 2017Fri, 8-11-2017 | Kelly Parry
The award is presented annually to one team in each division that best exemplifies the principles of good sportsmanship as embodied in the NVSL Standards of Conduct. The divisions' teams vote for the award with each team casting three ballots: one vote from the Team Representative, a second from coaches, and a third based on a vote of the 13 & over team members. NVSL Division Sporstmanship Awards were awarded at all Divisionals meets. The teams receiving this award are the following:
Division: 1 -- Tuckahoe 2 -- Hunt Valley 3 -- Dowden Terrace 4 -- Poplar Tree
5 -- Fair Oaks 6 -- Mosby Woods 7 -- Arlington Forest 8 -- Waynewood
9 -- Camelot 10 -- Walden Glen 11 -- Rolling Forest 12 -- Kings Ridge
13 -- Hayfield Farms 14 -- Lake Braddock 15 -- Woodley 16 -- Parklawn
17 -- Springfield
Congratulations to our 2017 Sportsmanship Award recipients.
Great Fun and One Last Record at Individual All StarsSat, 8-5-2017 | Paul Parry
Sully Station hosted a fabulous end-of-the-season meet today, with great weather, amazing vendors, and entertaining live interviews on a Jumbo-Tron. The meet was capped with an NVSL-record swim by Donaldson Run's Charlie Greenwood, whose 37.28 set a new mark in the 9-10 Boys 50m Breaststroke, breaking Johnny Bradshaw's 37.36 from 2014.
Congrats to Charlie and the rest of the league's swimmers, parents and coaches, and we can't wait till next year!
All Star photos will be available for download at https://nvslallstars.
smugmug.com. Check with your Team Rep for details.
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