Results for an Unusual 2021 Season

In 2021, individual teams are hosting their own intra-squad events.  Because the teams can use their own formats, the results have been converted to the MSL results format.

We are including the following (as pdf files):

June 2021

June 26, 2021:

  • Scott Valley Sea Serpents (“Champs”): pdf
  • Lucas Valley Lightning vs. Terra Linda Orcas (a dual meet!): pdf (updated)
  • Sleepy Hollow Sea Lions: pdf
  • Tidalwaves: pdf

June 19, 2021:

  • Strawberry Seals: pdf

June 5-6, 2021:

  • Marinwood Waterdevils (June 5, 6): pdf
  • Lucas Valley Lighting: pdf
  • Sleepy Hollow Sea Lions (June 6): pdf
  • Strawberry Seals: pdf
  • Swimarin Sharks: pdf
  • Tidalwaves: pdf
May 2021

May 29, 2021:

  • Terra Linda Orcas: pdf

May 22, 2021:

  • Lucas Valley Lightning: pdf
  • Scott Valley Sea Serpents: pdf
  • Tidalwaves: pdf

May 15, 2021:

  • Strawberry Seals: pdf

May 6 – 8, 2021:

  • Sleepy Hollow Sea Lions: pdf
April 2021
  • Scott Valley Sea Serpents: pdf
  • Terra Linda Orcas: pdf
  • TidalWaves: pdf

Update on the Coronavirus Pandemic (COVID-19)

The Marin Swim League (MSL) Board has released a statement as shown below (as of March 28, 2021):

The 2021 Season: The MSL will be holding an unofficial season from April 5th through July 31st, 2021. Due to the rapidly evolving and changing nature of holding sporting events during the pandemic, the season will look very different from regular years.

This year, the MSL will not host dual meets. Instead, teams will host intra-squad events. Times will be posted monthly to the league leaderboard. Because pool time is limited and restrictions change regularly, each team will manage their own programs. Below are some of the parameters for this season.

  1. The League will not host All Stars or Championships but will recognize All Star times.
  2. AGE UP RULE: For the 2021 season only, youth will swim at the age that they were on April 5th , 2021.
  3. Swimmers will be allowed to practice with more than one team (USA and MSL or high school and MSL). However, youth that practice with more than one team will be listed on a different leaderboard than youth who only swim with the MSL.
  4. Teams must have a minimum of 1 official (referee or stroke & turn judge), 1 timer per lane and a head timer in order for the times to count.

The Covid-19 situation continues to evolve and change. Therefore, the MSL Board reserves the
right to make adjustments throughout the season if necessary.


The Marin Swim League (MSL) Board has released a statement as shown below (as of January 20, 2021):

The Marin Swim League is dedicated to getting as many swimmers in the water as possible during the spring and summer of 2021. Based on the current shelter in place orders and pool availability the league has agreed to move the start of swimming to April. At this time we know that we are likely to be hosting virtual events rather than in-person dual meets. We continue to monitor the evolving situation and will be putting out a more complete plan in February.


The Marin Swim League (MSL) Board has released a statement as shown below (as of April 14, 2020). 

Dear Marin Swim League Members,

The Marin Swim League’s priority is and has been the safety and wellbeing of our membership and communityBoard members, coaches and team presidents have been meeting regularly during the past month to monitor and adjust to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

We now know that many league teams will not have access to pools until at least mid-June and possibly not until later. Between current health guidelines from the State of California and the Marin County Public Health Department and a lack of availability of facilities it has become too difficult to plan and schedule for a season that would ensure the safety and well-being of our members and their families. 

Therefore, it is with a heavy heart that the Marin Swim League has cancelled the remainder of the 2020 swim season and all associated activities, effective April 11, 2020.  We look forward to resuming league activities with the commencement of the 2021 Marin Swim League Season in February of 2021.    

The MSL is an umbrella organization comprised of all the League teams, should you have questions specific to your team please contact them directly. 

Sincerely,  

The Marin Swim League Board 

About the Marin Swim League

The Marin Swim League (MSL) is a Spring-Summer league dedicated to providing and preserving quality amateur competitive swimming events for its subscribing membership. The MSL fosters and promotes the ideals of good sportsmanship, fair play and good fellowship for participants of all ages and abilities in an environment that nurtures self-esteem in all the children it serves.

The Marin Swim League is dedicated to youth ages 5 – 18

The summer league swim season begins late February and ends with the Championship meet at the end of June. Registration typically begins in late January & February. Visit any of the 10 teams’ websites for more information.

Rules and Policies of the MSL:

Team Transfers within the Marin Swim League:
NOTE! If your swimmer is to be transfered from one MSL team to another, this form must be completed! Submit this completed for to the MSL Representative of your team.

Contact Information: 
info@marinswimleague.org

Dual Meet Standings (not available for 2021)

Through Week 1

TeamWonLoss
Lucas Valley Lightning
0
0
Marinwood Waterdevils
0
0
Novato Riptide
0
0
Rolling Hills Stingrays
0
0
Scott Valley Sea Serpents
0
0
Sleepy Hollow Sea Lions
0
0
Strawberry Seals
0
0
Swimarin Sharks
0
0
Terra Linda Orcas
0
0
Tidalwaves
0
0

NOTES:

Top 20 Swimmers League Wide

2021 All Stars (No All Star Meet in 2021)

Date: TBD
Warm-ups
Start time:
Estimated End:
Host: Tidalwaves
Location: TBD
  • Q-times
  • Heat Sheets
  • Info Packet
  • Results
 

 

Here’s the rotation schedule for hosting the All Stars!

  • 2020 Tidalwaves
  • 2021 Novato
  • 2022 Swimarin
  • 2023 Rolling Hills
  • 2024 Sleepy Hollow
  • 2025 Marinwood
  • 2026 Strawberry
  • 2027 Terra Linda
  • 2028 Lucas Valley
  • 2029 Scott Valley

2021 Champs (No 2021 Champs Meet in 2021)

Date: 0

Host:
Location:

The 2020 Champs results (coming)
June 27, 2020

Rank Team Results
Lucas Valley Lightning
Marinwood Waterdevils
Novato Riptide
Rolling Hills Stingrays
Scott Valley Sea Serpents
Sleepy Hollow Sea Lions
Strawberry Seals
Swimarin Sharks
Terra Linda Orcas
Tidalwaves

Here’s the rotation schedule for hosting Champs!

  • 2020 Lucas Valley
  • 2021 Scott Valley
  • 2022 Tidalwaves
  • 2023 Novato
  • 2024 Swimarin
  • 2025 Rolling Hills
  • 2026 Sleepy Hollow
  • 2027 Marinwood
  • 2028 Strawberry
  • 2029 Terra Linda

2021 Schedule (not available)

For 2021, Teams are scheduling their own “meets” and competition methods.

The Ten Teams of the MSL

(click on the team logo to be directed to their website)

Latest news

Meet Set up at Sleepy Hollow!