Home of the Utah State University Swim and Dive Club
The USU Swim and Dive Club provides a structured and fun-filled venue for Utah State students to swim competitively against other collegiate clubs nationwide. Our program is registered by CS. On the team, you will find swimmers competing at the state, regional, and national level, as well as those who simply want to stay in shape or get back into swimming. Whatever your swimming goals are, we invite you to reach them with the USU Swim and Dive Club.
- League: College Club Swimming
- Main Seasons: Fall and Spring
- Practice Location And Time: We practice 5 times a week, Monday through Friday from 3-5pm in the HPER Large Pool.
- To Join: Attend practice at the beginning of the semester and pay dues by the dues deadline.
- Diving: The club can support a dive team. Divers practice at the same time, same location, under the same due schedule. If there is a dive team, one of the dive members is invited to join the club presidency and coordinate practices and competition.
Team Requirements and Dues
Club members are encouraged to attend 3-5 practice per week and participate in 1-2 meets as they occur.
- No qualifying times of tryouts
- Dues: $140 per semester
- Pool time
- Structured workouts
- Team T-Shirt and Silicone Swim Cap
- Professional Team Photos
- Travel and meet fees are separate and average $20-30 per meet, with the exception of the Spring Nationals meet, with amounts TBD.
- Meet Expectation: At least two per semester (If meets are allowed)
- College Club Swimming membership included.
- Will there be refunds if the season is ended early?
There will be a partial refund in the case of an early season conclusion. This is because the club must pay for pool time and lifeguards.
- Will there be swim meets?
At present, no meets have been scheduled. However, as meets are scheduled, we will make every attempt to compete this season.
- Is practice occurring?
Yes. Practice is currently occurring, and will continue as long as club sports are permitted on campus.
- Do I need to wear a mask to practice?
Yes. Swimmers are expected to wear masks while on deck, but not in the water. Swimmers are expected to physically distance in the water.
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Danielle Jensen - President
Aiden Meek - Vice President
Mackenzie Newman - Treasurer
Rustin Babcock - Secretary
Phone: (435) 797-1903
Neal serves as the Assistant Director of the Center for Innovative Design and Instruction at Utah State University. He graduated from USU with his master’s degree in 2006. He began swimming competitively when he was 10 years old and continues to swim, along with running, biking, and skiing when he can. He recently qualified for USMS Nationals in the 1650 free and the 500 free. He has also completed a full Ironman triathlon, the Lotoja bike race, the Bear Lake Monster Swim, the Deer Creek Reservoir 10K swim, and several other running marathons, 10Ks, triathlons, duathlons, and ultramarathons. He met his wife through swimming and they have four children, three of whom swim competitively as well.