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Tars Set for SSC Championship

2018 SSC Swimming
2018 SSC Swimming

CLEARWATER, Fla. (February 22, 2018) – Rollins men's and women's swim team are in Clearwater for the 2018 Sunshine State Conference Championships, February 22-25.

The Tar are the host of the event at The Long Center.


CHILDREN: $25.00 (Ages 3 - 12 | Includes: admittance to all sessions. Does Not Include: a program and all heat sheets)

PROGRAMS: $5.00 (includes heat sheets)

HEAT SHEETS: $2.00 per session

NOTE: Tickets will only be available at the gate. There will be no pre-event sale.

The Long Center is located at 1501 N Belcher Rd., Clearwater, FL 33765 (Google Map)

All senior student-athletes will be recognized prior to the beginning of the final session, which will be held at 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 25th. Balloons are NOT permitted per facility regulations



The Sunshine State Conference Men's and Women's Swimming Championships enters its eighth year. Rollins College is set to host the 2018 event, which will be held at the Long Center in Clearwater. Dates for the championship are Thursday, February 22nd - Sunday, February 25th. The event returns to the Long Center after four straight years at the YMCA Aquatic Center in Orlando. Previously, the SSC championship was held at the Long Center in 2012 and 2013.

NCAA Postseason: Individual qualifiers to the NCAA championship will be determined by "A" and "B" standards. NCAA Championships take place Wednesday, March 14th - Saturday, March 17th at the Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, North Carolina. Wingate University and the Greensboro Sports Commission are co-hosts for the championship. All championship competitors will be announced by the NCAA on Tuesday, February 27th, here

SSC Swimming History...

2017 Championship Info

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Swimmer/Coaches of the Year: Men / Women

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