Women's Swim Camps
Impact of Coronavirus on College Swimming & Diving Recruiting: The NCAA has continued its suspension of all in-person recruiting through August 31; Different rules have been approved for the D2 level. The NCAA also granted an extra year of eligibility to college seniors. The impact of coronavirus on sports is that right now, all recruiting activity is happening online. The timing of when sports will come back is being determined by the state, local and national governing bodies. Here is more information on how coronavirus will impact Swimming & Diving. We’re also sharing survey results from 600+ college coaches, in which we asked how they think COVID-19 will impact recruiting.
Women's swim camps, or co-ed college swim camps, are a great way to learn new techniques and tighten up every aspect of your race. No matter what the swimmer’s preferred stroke or distance is, competitive swimming camps can help greatly in the college recruiting process. But with so many women's summer swimming camps out there, it can be confusing to choose which one will be best for you. That's why we’ve put together this information to help swimmers choose the right swim camp.
2019 Women’s College Swimming Camps
We have pulled together a list of every women's college swimming camp in the country with the date and cost for each camp. To see what camps were available this year, look no further than this free list of 2019 women’s college swimming camps and keep checking back because we'll post 2020 summer camps here when details are available.
Find the Right Swimming Camp for You
Many swimming camps are associated with a college swimming program. Student-athletes attending swim camps should use them as an opportunity to learn more about the program and what the coaching staff's instruction methods are like. What other types of swim camps are available to swimming recruits?
Most women's college swimming camps host campers in undergraduate dorms, which offers a taste of campus life. If current members of the college’s team are participating in the swimming camps, potential recruits have the chance to ask them about their day-to-day life on the team.
Of course, families will have to consider factors like their budget for competitive swimming camps, how much time can be spent spent travelling (since most women's swimming camps are at least a weeklong) and how far they’re willing to travel.
It’s important to be honest about your own capabilities as a swimmer. A more technically advanced swimmer will want to look for competitive swim camps where they’ll be challenged and truly benefit from coaches reviewing their underwater footage and technique. Underwater footage can allow a swimmer to see where errors could occur in their strokes.
The swim camps in the list below are available to help student-athletes find opportunities to connect with coaches and develop their skills.