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PTAC Tryouts!

Posted on August 12th, 2016 at 1:19 pm, in Uncategorized

How to Join PTAC!

Thank you to all the swimmers and families who attended our PTAC team tryouts in July and August! At this time our program is completely filled and we are no longer holding open general tryouts to join the team.

Swimmers with significant competitive experience who are interested in joining PTAC during the 2016 Р2017 SC season or the 2017 LC season should email Head Coach Miles Cava (miles.cava@gmail.com) .  Please let us know more about your swimming background and be sure to include your full name and a list of your best swimming times.

Our next open tryouts will be held in March, for the following 2017 Long Course season which begins in April.  Please check this page for more information on this tryout session when it becomes available.

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