The SeaDogs are a competitive swim team that competes in the Berks County Swimming Association (BCSA). The SeaDogs have been proudly representing the Maple Springs Swimming Pool for many years, so join us this summer for an exciting time of competitive swimming, friendships, and fun & fitness. The Seadogs will be competing in the Great Lakes Division this season. Last season our team competed finished the season with a 2-2 record. We were very excited to have a lot of new young swimmers, and we look forward to seeing some more new faces this summer. This season we will once again swim against College Manor, Conrad Weiser, Topton, Twin Valley and West Reading. We will have two home meets and two away meets. We look forward to seeing you at the dual meets cheering on our SeaDogs. The League schedule is posted below, just click the link.
REGISTRATION: $100 per child $55 for each additional child
The team swim suit and cap must be worn for meets. Coach Gabby will provide you with the information at the beginning of the season. More information will be provided at the parent meeting.
For more information, please contact Coach Gabby at:
SWIM COACH: Gabby Pellicciotti was a life long SeaDog and graduated from King's College in 2017. She was a member of the Lady Monarch's swim team throughout her college career and held the title of Team Captain her Senior year. Gabby was a former Assistant Coach for Twin Valley Swim Team and the Wilkes Barre YMCA swim team. Gabby currently coaches Muhlenberg's Age Group in the winter season. We welcome Gabby back to Maple Springs for a third season as the head coach. You may contact her at:
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We would like to thank all the swimmers and family members who made the 2018 Season an awesome time. We are so excited and looking forward to our 2019 season. Bring a friend and introduce them to the fun and excitement that comes with competitive swimming.
GO SEADOGS 2019
SOME CLASSIC PHOTOS FROM YEARS PAST
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CHECK OUT THE FOLLOWING LINKS
VIDEO IS FROM THE SHILLINGTON INVITATIONAL 2014