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Stingrays Swim Team

MJCC Stingrays Swim Team (ages 6-18)

Junior Rays (pre-swim team, ages 5+)

Please note: Schedules and tryout information will be posted once swim teams are able to resume.


The Stingrays Swim Team is a fun and challenging way to keep active and build confidence. Swimmers at all levels will work on technique and stamina, goal setting and lifetime fitness habits. As part of USA Swimming, the team will participate in regular meets in the Portland Metro area and swimmers at all levels have the opportunity to compete with swimmers of their own age and ability.

Our swim team tryout consists of swimming 100 yards each of freestyle, backstroke, and breaststroke. Drop-in tryouts are scheduled each fall, but you can also join the team at any time during the season. For a tryout, contact Aquatics Manager Jennie Condon at jcondon@oregonjcc.org with any questions.

Stingrays Registration Forms

MJCC Stingrays Swim Team - Parent Handbook

Junior Rays (pre-swim team, ages 5+)

Start the transition from lessons to competition for those interested in pursuing swimming as a sport. Focus on technique and learn all four competitive strokes in a team environment. Compete in on-site time trials. Prerequisites: Must be able to confidently swim 25 yards each of freestyle and backstroke, and take direction in a group of 10 - 12 swimmers from a coach who is usually on-deck.

To check availability or schedule a tryout, contact Aquatics Manager Jennie Condon at jcondon@oregonjcc.org.
 

Junior Rays Registration Form

Junior Rays - Parent Handbook

Our Head Coach

Jennie Condon
Jennie Condon joined the MJCC in early 2011 and started as the Stingrays' assistant coach in the fall of 2012, moving up to the head coach position in 2015. She is a graduate of Hollins University in Virginia and a lifelong swimmer, including swimming competitively in high school and college. Her love of the water has led her to a 20-year career in aquatics. She spends her time outside the pool horseback riding, reading, and checking out new perspectives on the world through her camera lens.