Wednesday, October 29, 2014


Link is up above this line (:

We need as many people as possible to help with concessions.

There was a move by a couple of other schools to move our sectional back to where its been the last 23 years. I want Beloit to put out its best foot and show the State that we deserve this meet and we want it to come back to Beloit OFTEN!!

Your children and our program needs you help, please find time to take a couple of hours to work the concession stand. We also still have room if you would like to be a timer for the meet and get up close to some amazing athletes.


So I am asking all parents of all of our swim teams to help show the Big 8 and other schools coming to this meet how WONDERFUL BELOIT IS (:


Saturday, October 25, 2014

TIDE Women at Big 8 JV Meet

New JV Team records in the following events:

200 Medley Relay of Kylie Wessell-Woodcock, Camille Guerry, Makenzie Phelps, and Ellie Kraemer : 2:21.45
200 Freestyle: Ellie Kraemer: 2:20.57
100 Freestyle: Makenzie Phelps: 1:05.47 (individual swim) (relay swim was a 1:03)
400 Freestyle Relay: Ansley Burnett, Ellie Kraemer, Alana Tatge, and Makenzie Phelps: 4:35.36

Marcy Swatek: 3rd place overall in diving!

1. Madison Memorial 627

2. Middleton High School 445

3. Madison West High School 406

4. Sun Prairie High School 331

5. Verona Area/Mt. Horeb 285

6. Beloit Memorial High School 55

7. Janesville Parker 40

8. Madison East Purgolders 26

9. Janesville Craig Girls 25

10. Madison La Follette Lancers 12

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Beloit TIDE in First USA Swim Meet


Great First every meet as a USA Swimming Program.
Beloit Proud!!

More results to come

Trophy Winners: Nora Saladar, Ben Sill, Kris Landon, Katie Landon, Ben Saladar, Nate Sill.

Coach Kathy with the young TIDE (:

To much Fun 

TIDE Swims Past Madison LaFollette

A Strong start by the TIDE Friday night propelled the women past Madison LaFollette 97-73. What was expected to be a very close meet on paper, was quickly put to bed by a strong start, with the team winning the the 1st four events, put the TIDE up by 18 points at the break.

The Meet Started with the the TIDE winning the 200 Medley Relay in the second fastest time in school history with a 2:00.6, the relay was made up of Olivia Makinen, Grace Roegner, Heaven Wells, and Maggie Gianvecchio. The B Relay of Jackie Townsend, Julianna Bennett, Erin McCawley, and Caroline Locke brought home 3rd place as the TIDE out scored the Lancers 10-4.

Cece Cardenas and Gianvecchio teamed up for a 1-3 finish in the 200 Free, with Cardenas swimming a top 10 All-Time in school history.

The 200 IM saw 3 outstanding swims as Makinen, Clare Santas and Locke finished 1,3,5 in the race, that saw Makinen swim an All-Time top 10 swim and Santas come from behind to secure 3rd place.

Roegner, Wells, and Kyla Robson broke open the meet with a 1,2,5 finish in the 50 free giving the TIDE the 18 point lead at the break. 

Marci Swatek scored a season best in the exhibition Diving at the break. Diving is only a scoring event at the Conference meet and State tournament.

After the Break Townsend and McCawley swam to a 2,3 finish in the 100 Fly. Gianvecchio, Wells and Santas swam to a 1,3,4 finish in the 100 Free. Cardenas and Bennett finished 2,3 in the 500. 

The 200 Free Relays sealed the deal for the TIDE with a 1, 2 Finish. The A Relay was made up of Wells, Cardenas, Santas, Roegner. The B Relay was Perri Thompson, Robson, Locke, McCawley.

Makinen, and Townsend finish 2,3 in the 100 Backstroke. Roegner and Bennett finished 1, 3 in the 100 Breaststroke, with Roegner swimming a Top 10 All-Time swim.

The TIDE closed out the meet finishing 2, 3 in the 400 Freestyle Relay with the A Relay swimming a Top 10 All Time swim. The Relay was made up of Makinen, Cardenas, Santas, Gianvecchio. 

The TIDE's next meet is Tuesday at Janesville Craig to close out the Regular Season. Meet starts at 5:00pm.

J.V. Conference is at Sun Prairie next Saturday, October 25.

Varsity Conference is at Middleton November 1st.

The TIDE's next home meet is the WIAA Sectional on November 7th and 8th.


Thursday, October 16, 2014

Middle School Boys Meet Schedule

2014 Middle TIDE Boys Schedule

Day               Date                                                                         H/A          TIME

Thursday     October 23      SCRIMMAGE   VS  EDISON      BMHS      4:30

Tuesday      November 4    Marshall                                           BMHS      4:30

Friday         November 7     Edison  and   Franklin                   Edison       4:30

Thursday    November 13   Franklin                                          Franklin    4:30

Thursday     November 20   Edison                                            Edison       4:30

Monday      November 24   Conference Championship            Beloit        4:30


Beloit TIDE Makes its Debut 1st Meet

Beloit's TIDE USA Swimming Team to make it's debut this Saturday, October 18, at the BAT Pentathlon!! This is a very exciting day for all of us!

Here is some pertinent information regarding the meet:

Directions: The BAT Pentathlon is being hosted by the Beloit Aquatic Team and it will be held at the 
Beloit College Sports Center
513 Emerson St (parking lot is located off of Pleasant St.)
Beloit, WI 53511
Schedule and Warm-ups:  This is a single session meet with a scheduled start time of 9:05am. The meet should conclude by 12:00noon. High Point Awards will be announced at approximately 12:30pm.
  • Saturday warm ups will begin promptly at 8:00am
Please be on deck 20 minutes early!
Coaches will be on deck by 7:30am to help our swimmers get ready for the meet. Please have your daughter/son on deck with their swimsuit, cap and goggles on(Team Speedo if you have one) and ready to NO LATER THAN 7:45am.
The Beloit College pool area is a small one and no parents/non-swimmers from our team will be allowed on deck.Spectator seating is available in the bleachers. It tends to get quite warm at the College so please dress accordingly. Swimmers may leave the pool deck (not recommended as this meet will move along quickly), however, the Coaches will not have time to track down swimmers should they leave the pool deck. It is recommended they stay with their team mates and wait for their events. The more cheering and team spirit we show, the more fun they will have.
If you have any further questions please feel free to contact myself or Spencer Waite.