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Synchronized Swimming 

Club Officers 2014-15

President: Molly Wootten
Vice-President: Hannah Quinn
Treasurer: Laina Cross
Safety Officers: Molly Wootten and Laina Cross
Coach: Libby Nachman

Interested in Synchronized Swimming? Contact Molly Wootten (woottenm@carleton.edu

Winter 2015 Competition Schedule

To be announced...

Winter Practice Schedule

Mondays and Wednesdays: 6-8 PM
Thursdays: 3:30-5:30 PM
Saturdays: 1-3 PM
(Cowling Pool)

2014-2015 Roster

Hannah Quinn
Molly Wootten
Laina Cross
Michelle Chen
Rebecca Liu
Grace Babbs
Saki Amagai

About the Synchronized Swimming Club

In 1998 Carleton became the first Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) school to offer synchronized swimming as a varsity sport. Nine other schools across the nation, ranging from Division I institutions to schools closer to Carleton in enrollment size currently have varsity synchronized swimming programs. The Knights finished a program-best 10th at the 2007 U.S. Collegiate Championships.  In April 2010, the team moved to the Club Sport level.

 

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