About the Marin Swim League

The Marin Swim League (MSL) is a 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 in March and ends with the Championship meet in mid-July. 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

Registration Summary for the 2019 Season

For the balance of the Summer of 2019, be sure to check the individual teams website for recreational swimming.

2019 Season Dual Meet Standings

Through Week 7  – June 22, 2019

TeamWonLoss
Sleepy Hollow Sea Lions
7
0
Strawberry Seals
5
1
Marinwood Waterdevils
5
2
Scott Valley Sea Serpents
5
2
Terra Linda Orcas
4
3
Rolling Hills Stingrays
3
3
Tidalwaves
2
5
Lucas Valley Lightning
2
5
Novato Riptide
1
6
Swimarin Sharks
0
7

NOTE: In week 1, there was no final scoring decision in the meet between the Rolling Hills Stingrays and the Strawberry Seals.

2019 All Stars

Date: June 16, 2019
Warm-ups 10:00 am
Start time: 11:00 am
Estimated End: 3:00 pm
Host: Scott Valley Sea Serpents
Location: Tamalpais High School

TRIPLE WINNERS:

Elsa Kastner (Girls 8-and-under) SHST 25 free, 25 fly, 100 IM
Julia Owens (Girls 11-12) RHS 50 back, 50 fly, 100 IM
Max Crock (Boys 11-12) SHST 50 free, 50 fly, 100 IM
Merrik Jasko (Boys 13-14) ORCA 50 free, 50 breast, 50 fly
Nicolette Jasko (Girls 15-18) ORCA 100 free, 50 back, 50 breast
Jonah Albers (Boys 15-18) ORCA 50 back, 50 fly, 100 IM

Pool Records:

Mixed 8-and-under 100 medley relay
Old: SRBY SRBY 1:11.44 06/10/2018
Cochrane, Scheumann, Meleis, Gattnar
New: Sleepy Hollow Swim SHST 1:11.41
Julius Kostecki, Kathryn Fahy, Jin Makino, Elsa Kastner

Mixed 13-14 200 medley relay
Old: SRBY SRBY 1:53.56 2012
New: Terra Linda Orcas ORCA 1:52.15
Nicole Chong, Garrett Goldberg, Merrik Jasko, Catherine Fahrner

Mixed 15-18 200 medley relay
Old: ORCA ORCA 1:47.87 2018
Keith-Brown, Cunnan, Jasko, Cribbin
New: Terra Linda Orcas ORCA 1:47.24
Jonah Albers, Nicolette Jasko, Kayla Yu, Danny Cribbin

Girls 8-and-under 25 free
Old: Cruz Gattnar SRBY :14.96 05/04/2019
New: Elsa Kastner SHST :14.63

Girls 13-14 50 free
Old: Annie Whalen SRBY :25.80 2012
New: Alena Sharp SHST :25.75
(Also broke old record): Nicole Chong ORCA :25.78

Girls 15-18 100 free
Old: Sasha Petrova SRBY :55.49 2012
New: Nicolette Jasko ORCA :55.06

Girls 13-14 50 back
Old: Caitlin Quill SRBY :29.43 06/08/2019
New: Nicole Chong ORCA :29.03

Girls 15-18 50 back
Old: Sasha Petrova SRBY :29.72 2012
New: Nicolette Jasko ORCA :29.15

Girls 8-and-under 25 fly
Old: Lily Damson Sanne SVST, SHVST :16.91 2016
New: Elsa Kastner SHST :16.37

Girls 13-14 100 IM
Old: Caitlin Quill SRBY 1:05.07 06/08/2019
New: Alena Sharp SHST 1:03.81
(Also broke old record): Caitlin Quill SRBY 1:03.99

Boys 15-18 100 IM
Old: Jonathan Farbman ORCA :57.71 2014
New: Jonah Albers ORCA :56.59

All-Stars Records:

Mixed 13-14 200 medley relay
Old: ORCA ORCA 1:53.36 06/10/2018
Nicole Chong, Merrik Jasko, Kayla Yu, Mathis Viard
New: Terra Linda Orcas ORCA 1:52.15
Nicole Chong, Garrett Goldberg, Merrik Jasko, Catherine Fahrner

Girls 8-and-under 25 free
Old: Alyssa Lo SHST :14.68 1999
New: Elsa Kastner SHST :14.63

Girls 13-14 50 back
Old: Quinn Gali SHST :29.23 2011
New: Nicole Chong ORCA :29.03

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SM: number and percentage of best times: 13 76.47% – 7 swimmers with at least one best time:
RHS: number and percentage of best times: 33 66.00% – 17 swimmers with at least one best time:
NOV: number and percentage of best times: 17 54.84% – 8 swimmers with at least one best time:
ORCA: number and percentage of best times: 32 42.11% – 19 swimmers with at least one best time:
SHST: number and percentage of best times: 44 40.37% – 31 swimmers with at least one best time:
MWWD: number and percentage of best times: 32 38.10% – 23 swimmers with at least one best time:
SRBY: number and percentage of best times: 52 37.14% – 36 swimmers with at least one best time:
SVSS: number and percentage of best times: 22 28.57% – 16 swimmers with at least one best time:
WAVE: number and percentage of best times: 18 27.27% – 15 swimmers with at least one best time:
LVST: number and percentage of best times: 12 21.82% – 9 swimmers with at least one best time:

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

  • 2019 Scott Valley
  • 2020 Tidalwaves
  • 2021 Novato
  • 2022 Swimarin
  • 2023 Rolling Hills
  • 2024 Sleepy Hollow
  • 2025 Marinwood
  • 2026 Strawberry
  • 2027 Terra Linda
  • 2028 Lucas Valley

2019 Champs

The 2019 Champs results are here!

RankTeamResults
1Sleepy Hollow Sea Lions
2653.5
2Strawberry Seals
1626.0
3Terra Linda Orcas
1289.0
4Lucas Valley Lightning
993.0
5Marinwood Waterdevils
857.5
6Rolling Hills Stingrays
752.0
7Scott Valley Sea Serpents
736.5
8Tidalwaves
584.0
9Novato Riptide
536.0
10Swimarin Sharks
338.5

Results!

Date: June 29, 2019

Morning Swim Meet for age groups 8 & Under, and 9-10:
Warm-ups 7:00 am
Start time: 8:00 am
Estimated End: 11:30 am

Awards Ceremony: 12:00 pm

Afternoon Swim Meet for age groups 11-12, 13-14, and 15-18:
Warm-ups 1:00 pm
Start time: 2:00 pm
Estimated End: 5:00 pm

Award Ceremony: 5:30 pm

Host: Terra Linda Orcas
Location: College of Marin Indian Valley Campus Pool

There is MUCH more in the “info packet” Now available in English AND Spanish:

Important notes about parking!

  • MSL has purchased IVC parking again this year so there’s no need to purchase daily passes. Parking is first-come-first-serve. Violators who park in a non-valid parking spot will receive a ticket and may be towed!
  • Champs 2019 is following the “self-park” method that was established a few years back. There will be no parking assistance or drop-off zone.
  • Any car parked in an illegal area (non-marked spot, red zone, motorcycle zone or handicapped parking) is subject to be ticketed and/or towed. IVC police will not grant a grace period and will issue a ticket immediately.
  • Parking at IVC will be first come first serve in the visitor parking lots (see diagram below). The MSL has paid IVC for parking at Champs in the designated lots. You do not need to purchase a parking permit from the kiosk on the day of Champs. If the parking is full at IVC, you will need to find parking in the neighborhoods near the entrance of IVC or at San Jose Elementary School lot.
See MORE Details in the Info Packet (link above)!

Here’s the rotation schedule for hosting Champs!

  • 2019 Terra Linda
  • 2020 Lucas Valley
  • 2021 Scott Valley
  • 2022 Tidalwaves
  • 2023 Novato
  • 2024 Swimarin
  • 2025 Rolling Hills
  • 2026 Sleepy Hollow
  • 2027 Marinwood
  • 2028 Strawberry

2019 Schedule

Notes:

  • The Lucas Valley Lightning does not have access to their pool, so all of their meets are “away”.
  • The May 4th meet with Sleepy Hollow and Novato will be hosted by the Sleepy Hollow Sea Lions.
  • The June 15th meet with Strawberry and Terra Linda will be hosted by the Terra Linda Orcas.
  • On the June 22 the meet with Rolling Hills and Novato will be hosted by the Novato Riptide.
  • Also on June 22, the location of the meet between Sleepy Hollow and Strawberry is not clear.

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!