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Synchronized Swimming Recruiting Center
Courtesy: Stanford Athletics  
Release: 10/11/2006

The following information and links have been provided to help prospective student-athletes get to know Stanford University and our synchronized swimming program. Here are the steps you need to take:

1. Familiarize yourself with the NCAA rules and register for the NCAA Clearinghouse.
Please use the links below to find out more about the NCAA's recruiting guidelines, as this is only a summary. In order to maintain your collegiate eligibility, you must abide by the rules..

Freshmen & Sophomores- We can not: initiate correspondence via mail, fax or phone, have face to face contact, or receive or return phone calls of any kind. We may send you one general letter and questionnaire during this time.

Juniors - We can begin to correspond in writing and email beginning September 1 of your junior year. You and members of your family may make an unofficial visit to campus at any time and meet with the coaching staff. We may not have contact with you or your family members off campus. We may not initiate a phone call but if you call and reach us we may speak with each other. The one exception to this is that we may call you once in March and visit you on your campus once in April.

Seniors - In addition to the ongoing correspondence we were able to have your junior year we can now make face to face contact (with some NCAA limitations). You are able to take official visits (when the school may pay for your trip to campus). We can also come visit you in your home.

NCAA Links:

  • NCAA Eligibility and Recruiting
  • NCAA Clearinghouse
  • NCAA Guide for the College Bound Athlete
  • NCAA Division I Manual

    2. Complete a Prospect Information Form
    Information Form

    3. Send us Data
    Please send us a copy of your transcript (unofficial is fine), any test scores you have, a resume and your competition schedule.

    Stanford Synchronized Swimming
    Stanford University
    Arrillaga Family Sports Center
    Stanford, CA 94305

    4. Sign up for and take the SAT
    An important element of the Stanford application process is the SAT / ACT. We recommend that you take the SAT multiple times your junior year. We also suggest taking preparatory courses or studying on your own before taking the exam. Please do not wait until June to take the SAT / ACT. The last time to take your standardized test for most seniors is October. When you receive your test scores, please make sure you send us the breakdown of your scores.

  • SAT
    Test Dates and Registration Table
  • ACT

    5. Learn more about Stanford University and Stanford Synchronized Swimming

    Stanford University Links:

  • Stanford University Homepage
  • Undergraduate Admissions
  • Prospective Student Website
  • Stanford Bulletin- Course Catalog
  • Academic Departments
  • Undergraduate Education
  • Undergraduate Profile
  • Freshmen and Sophomore Programs
  • Office of Financial Aid
  • Tutors / Center for Teaching and Learning
  • Stanford Student Information
  • Student Housing
  • Stanford Dining
  • Online Campus Tour
  • Stanford Facts
  • Career Development Center
  • Alumni Office
  • Academic Calendar
  • Office of Religious Life

    Stanford Synchronized Swimming Links:

  • Stanford Roster
  • 2007 Schedule
  • Synchronized Swimming Press Releases
  • Stanford Athletics Recruiting Website

    6. After looking at the above links, if you have any questions please email us at:
    Head Coach Heather Olson

    Asst Coach Bridget Finn

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