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2015 Maryland SCY Senior Championship Meet
Upcoming Officials Clinics
Sunday, February 1, 2015
ADMIN OFFICIALS CLINICS
Swim Meet Manager
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Here is the link for the mandatory Meet Director's Certification test:
Meet Directors Test
Every Meet Director, in addition to being a registered member of USA Swimming, must be certified by Maryland Swimming in order for a meet to be Sanctioned or Approved. The Meet Director listed on the Meet notice, must be the actual Meet Director in position at the meet.
Below is a listing of Grandfathered Meet Directors who do not have to take the test at this time.
Rahim Booth, Raymond Brown, Terri Bush, Brooke Carter, Ken DeGruchy, Larry Dukes, Rob Fox, Rick Ewart, Jeff Hiestand, Tom Himes, Christie Hunter, Sam Lapan, Scott Marsden, Susan McDonald, Matt McDonough, Brendan McElroy, Peggy McKissick, Nicole Roberts, Lee Roby, Keith Schertle, Chris Swensen, Patrick Underwood, Jeff Hiestand, Cathy VanNetta
Newly Certified & Re-Certified Meet Directors: Tom Himes. Katie Jenkins, Jamie Schertle, Keith Schertle, Bridgette Acchione, Maureen Mead, Mike Kremer, Diane Lambird, Casey Brandt, Kimberley Beall, Kelly Koch, Tracy Godey, George Higley, Chris Pilcher, Sam Pilcher, Gary Bilyeu, Kimberlie Daugherty, Gary Clement, Clarke Nyman, Chris Kaplan, Melanie Greenhill, Dawn Murtha, Rebecca Agoglia, Jean Schweitzer
Any questions regarding the certification process, please contact Matt McDonough at firstname.lastname@example.org
click here for Meet Directors Guide: Steps for Running an Effective and Efficient Swim Meet.
ALL accounting forms and checks need to be sent to:
Maryland Swimming (within 30 days of last day of the meet)
Shrewsbury, PA 17361
* Checks made payable to MARYLAND SWIMMING
For all meet administration or operation information, refer to the document below.
Winner Gets a $15 i-Tunes Gift Card
Benjamin Franklin was an avid swimmer from a very young age. Throughout his life he consistently promoted its healthful benefits. At the ripe old age of 11 he invented a pair of swim fins. What was the obvious major difference between the fins he invented and the ones you use today in practice?
Swimmers who have answered correctly: Lance Rombro, Melody Jones, Ian Corey, Eli Drachman, Matthew ArterAnswer: SEAL TEAM SIX
Last Month's Winner: Mia Mesceda, NBAC
Winner will be determined by a random drawing from all of the correct answers submitted.