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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Using the Website

1.  How can I add additional emails to my account?  
Login to site.  Under the Actions dropdown, click the update profile box.  Add additional email address to your profile separating them with a comma.
2.  How do I RSVP for a meet?

About the Team
  1. Do you have to reside in Bridgeland to join the team?
    Yes.  The Bridgeland HOA requires all team members to reside in Bridgeland except for those families that started on the team when the team was originated.  Contact the Bridgeland HOA if you are uncertain about your eligibility based on your residency.
  2. How old must a swimmer be to join the team?
    We have swimmers ranging in age from age 5 to 18.
  3. Do I have to be a good swimmer to join the team?
    All you need to be able to do is swim 25-meters of freestyle and backstroke. This is the length of most pools.
  4. What if I'm involved in other sports?
    Several of our swimmers participate in other activities, too. Our practices are usually offered several days a week to allow for more opportunities to participate.
  5. Are meets held every weekend?
    Typically, there are 5-6 meets starting in mid May with the Championship Divisional meet and Invitational meets after the regular season has ended.
  6. Is there a lot of travel involved?
    Most of our meets are in the Northwest Houston area and at our home pool.
  7. Where are practices held?
    Practices are held at the Lakeland Village Aquatics Center in Bridgeland.
  8. Do the boys have to wear "Speedos"?
    No, although they are still around, most boys opt for the knee-length "jammer" suit.
  9. What is the cost?
    Summer 2019 Rates are To Be Determined.
  10. How are Relays Determined?  The computer selects the top 12 times. The 4 fastest are in the "A" relay, the next 4 fastest are in the "B" relay and the next 4 fastest are in the "C" relay. Alternates in relays are also chosen the same way. If a swimmer in the "A" relay is unavailable, the fast on the "B" realy will move up and the others will follow. The 13th fastest now becomes part of the "C" relay. The coach will only change relays based on legal strokes, kids leaving early, etc. 
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