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Summer Kick-Off Meet 2019 Heat Sheets!


We are very excited to invite Masters Swimmers from all over the country to the campus of Frostburg State University for the rare chance to get some times in a short-course meters pool. We will be running two sessions - a morning 1500 meter and then all the other events in the afternoon. Here are the meet programs for each:

Morning Session (1500 ONLY):

Afternoon Session:

Here is a link to a campus map.

Our doors will open at 9:45 am. Warm-ups for the Morning Session begin at 10:15 with an 11:00 am start time. Warm-ups for the Afternoon Session begin at 12:00 pm with a 1:00 pm start time. The pool is located in the Cordts PE Center. You may park in the lot directly south of the center.

Our address is:

101 Braddock Road
Frostburg, MD 21532.

If you need any help getting here or finding the pool, don't hesitate to reach out to Meet Director Bryan Christiansen at

One other note - any and all proceeds for this meet contribute directly to the Frostburg State University Varsity Swimming Team. Thanks for your support!


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