University of Rochester

Athletics & Recreation

U of R Athletics

Masters Swim Program

Masters Swimming is an organized program for adults (18 and older) interested in swimming. Practices follow the academic calendar from September to May. Members may participate in a variety of ways including fitness swimming, local competition, and national and international competition. As a member of a Masters Program you may choose your level of involvement.

What are some of the benefits of joining a Masters Swim Club?

First you will be joining a group of people, like yourself, who enjoy getting into shape and staying in shape by swimming. This means that you will be working out in a fun and supportive environment. You will also have a coach available to develop workouts and offer suggestions to improve the mechanics of your strokes and your efficiency in the water. An example of a Masters swimming workout can be found here.

Membership

All club members must join the River Campus Sports Complex R Club. This membership will allow you to join the Masters team as well as having access to the Sports Complex throughout the year. The facilities that R Club members are allowed to use include the fitness center, indoor track, swimming pool, basketball courts, racquetball courts, squash courts and tennis courts.

Membership to U. S. Masters Swimming is optional. If you chose  to compete it will require an additional fee of $70 to join the University of Rochester Master’s group (URM) Registration will include a program t-shirt and cap, a yearly subscription to SWIM Magazine, a quarterly Water Power Gazette pertaining Niagara Masters participation information as well as fitness events, pool competitions and open swim meets on a local and national level.

Practices 

Practices are held in the UR Aquatic Center three times per week: Mondays and Wednesdays from 6:30-8:00 pm and Saturday from 8:00-9:30 am. Season will begin on Wednesday, September 9. 

https://sites.google.com/site/uofrmastersswimming/ 

Contact

Master's Swim Coach 
Renee Rosenkranz, rrosenkranz@sports.rochester.edu (585) 275-9469