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Swimming in College

At Tiger Aquatics we work very closely with our athletes in order to prepare them for swimming in college.  Swimmers in our Senior group receive  education in the college recruitment procedure and meet with coaches to set goals for college application.  Graduates from Tiger Aquatics have gone on to Princeton, Stanford, Yale, Cornell, Johns Hopkins, Georgetown, Villanova, Michigan, Penn State, NYU, George Washington, Rutgers, Virginia Tech, and many more prestigious universities.

Many of our swimmers who have gone on to compete in College will often return to train with the team over holiday breaks and in the summer. We continue to offer our support for these athletes and it is always great to have these older swimmers back home to work and train with the Senior Group.

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