Sunday, November 22, 2015

High School Practice Schedule 11/23

This Weeks Practice Schedule
Monday: 6:00-7:20am Lift and Swim 
                 3:45pm Team Meeting (Team Goals)
                 Dual City Conference 5:00-7:00pm
Tuesday: 6:00-7:20am Insanity and Swim 
                 3:45-6:00pm Lactate Tuesday
Wednesday: 8:00-10:00am Varsity and JV
                       5:00-8:00pm Alumni Meet
Thursday: Thanksgiving Sleep, Eat, Rest, Eat, Sleep
Friday: 8:00-10:00am Varsity and J.V.

Becoming Beloit Strong

High School Boys Read

ALSO NEED HELP WITH MIDDLE SCHOOL, Timers and other Good Stuff.... Your legacy is to help the next generation of TIDE Swimmers, Become Beloit Strong....

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Alumni Meet Reminder

Wednesday November 25th
Warm Up: 5:00pm
Meet: 6:00pm

To help with meet, please email or Facebook us to let us know what you want to swim so we can have it pre-entered into the meet computer.


Order of events is the high school events with 50's of each stroke and the 100 IM added.

Even if you don't swim it's nice just seeing everyone comeback home.

Becoming Beloit Strong

Sunday, November 15, 2015

Practice schedule High School Boys

It's now our time men (:
Varsity practice 6:00am start
If your on time you are late.
I'll be there by 5:45am 
After school 3:45-6:00
Pack an extra lunch.

Same schedule all week.
Bring athletic shoes for morning workouts. 
Insanity Tuesday & Thursday.
Lift Wednesday & Friday if we don't have Yoga.
After this Monday we will lift.

Becoming Beloit Strong 

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

From WISCA Blog

From Wisconsin Swim Swim Coaches Association Blog.


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Roll Tide: Beloit Memorial to make a century-first appearance at state
Nov 10 2015
When your swim program hasn't sent a swimmer to the Division 1 state meet this century, there is cause for celebration.

So you can excuse the girls of the Beloit Memorial swim team, head coach Kim Waite and her staff, and -- why not -- the entire Beloit community for some excessive celebrations this week following Saturday's sectionals.

Competing at the always grueling and deep Middleton sectional, the Beloit Memorial foursome of sophomores Heavan Wells and Clare Santas and seniors Margaret Gianvecchio and Grace Roegner swam the 200 free relay fast enough to qualify for this Saturday's D1 state meet.

In doing so, the four Beloit Memorial swimmers became the first members of the girls Purple Tide swim team to make it to state since backstroker Alyssa Bartz in 1999.

"We knew going into Saturday that we had a chance to get to state," said Waite, noting that the same four girls had broken the team's school record in the 200 free relay two weeks earlier at the Big 8 Conference meet, held in their home pool. "The girls were really focused all week."

The Beloit quartet entered the meet with a seed time of 1:43.83 -- within striking distance of the recent qualifying times needed to make it into state. But they were also seeded 30th among all D1 teams in the relay, so that meant cutting time and passing several teams along the way.

They accomplished both -- by leaps and bounds. The foursome reeled off a time of 1:40.47 -- nearly a full second worth of time dropped by each swimmer. They ended up qualifying easily, and now find themselves seeded to score points in the meet as the 12th overall seed -- ironically, the exact spot that Bartz finished in during the team's last state appearance 16 years ago.

"We knew after swimming that race that we had a chance to be at state," Waite said, "but I don't think any of us expected to be seeded 12th this weekend."

The success achieved by the Beloit Memorial girls swim team was exactly the kind of accomplishment swim supporters envisioned when the Beloit school district included a new, 8-lane pool into a district-wide referendum three years ago. The Purple Tide went from having one of the worst pools in the state -- it leaked, for one thing, and a too-shallow start end meant swimmers couldn't even use starting blocks -- to one of the best.

Good pools have a way of breeding good swim programs, and Beloit Memorial started to see some immediate success following the opening of the new pool in 2013. Last year's girls team broke four school records at sectionals, and along with their record-setting and state-qualifying 200 free relay, broke five other school records Saturday at Middleton.

So this Saturday, during the D1 state meet, make sure to check out the team in Lane 6 of Heat 2 of the 200 free relay -- it's been a while since they've been there.

"The girls are really pumped and excited," Waite said. "They knew it has been a long time coming for a girl to qualify for state. I think after having a pretty successful sectional meet last season...that they knew that going to state this season was a real possibility."

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Need a Sports Physical??? Info Here


Beloit Health will be holding a Sports Physical day to meet the needs of the High School and Intermediate schools...............
When: Friday November 13th from 1-4 p.m. 
Cost:  $25.00  
Location:  Student Wellness Center (area behind the nursing office) at BMHS
Call 365-8660 to schedule an appointment

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Middleton Sectional TICKET Information

Middleton Sectional Information

History has shown that tickets sell out very quickly.  It is imperative that you forward the online ticket information to your coaching staff, athletes and parent group ASAP.

Tickets will go on sale starting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, November 3rd 
Sales are limited to two per transaction.  

A limited number of tickets will be sold on the day of the event beginning at 11 a.m. on a first come, first serve basis.  ALL SPECTATORS MUST BE PRESENT TO PURCHASE A TICKET AND MAY NOT PURCHASE FOR ANYONE NOT PRESENT.  

Tickets are General Admission of $5.  Prices are established by the WIAA and not MHS.  Heat sheets will be on sale for $2. 

Do not procrastinate!! Get your tickets when they go on sale.

Being Beloit Strong

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

High School Boys Swimmers

High School Boys who miss tonight's meeting, see Coach Vogel ASAP.

Becoming Beloit Strong 

Parents Meeting Tonight

Reminder TIDE High School Boys.
Parent/Swimmers meeting 6:15 at the NAT.
Becoming Beloit Strong