WCSC Swim Team

Join the Waugh Chapel Swim Team!



Be a part of this multi-season championship team!

Got Seadogs in your house that like to stay active in the summer?  If so, we have the answer for you – sign them up for WCSC’s Championship Swim Team – because this team just keeps getting better and stronger. 

Registration for the 2019 season will take place in early May – keep an eye out for notices in newsletters sent by the pool or posts on Facebook. We hope to see your lil’ Seadogs there!

To get the registration information emailed to you when it becomes available or for questions, please contact Swim Team Director Bob Nolte at swimteam@wcswimclumb.org.


Swim Team General Information:

  • All swimmers must be members of the Waugh Chapel Swim Club (no sports memberships).
  • No swimmer may swim that is not registered with the swim team.  They must be registered with the AAU (part of team registration), to swim.
  • Any swimmers, eight and under, must be able to swim half a lap of the pool, unassisted, to qualify to swim.
  • All new swimmers must attend the audition to assess their swimming skills and determine practice group.
  • There is no minimum age requirement.  Older children qualify to swim based on comfort level in the pool (coaches make the final decision).  Some children may be better off in lessons, for a year, vs. swim team.
  • Age of swimmer, for the season, is the child’s age on May 30th, 2019. 

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Swim Team Volunteer Information

Volunteer Guidelines

Volunteer Positions

Thank You to all Volunteers

2019 Waugh Chapel Swim Team Swimmer/Parent Agreement

The success of the Waugh Chapel Swim Team and all team events depends upon each swimmer and their parents’ commitment to the team.

As a SWIMMER I will...

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Note to the team from Coach Jonathan Illuzzi (7/25/187):

WCSC Sea Dogs Swim Team 2013

Our 11-12 boys relay (Nick Damico, Drew Brown, Jake Polucha, and Geoffrey Cradock) broke our team record that stood since 1981. The old record was a 2:03.00; these boys lowered it to 2:02.51. It’s crazy to think that I wasn’t even born yet (1982) when this record was set. To go 36 years of my life just to get to watch a 37-year-old record get broken is something I am entirely humbled by. 

Amanda Cradock lowered her previously established records in the 100 free and 50 back. And to think she still has 3 more years to continue to do so! 

Our team placed 6th in total points out 45 teams. Our women were 13th. Our men were 4th. Enough said. 

From the Novice meet to the Straehle meet, we’ve been swimming really, really well.


Way to go Seadogs!