The Wheaton Swim Club is proud to have been a part of many swimmers individual and team goals. We have had swimmers attend the highest level swim meets that our country has to offer and attend the best colleges and Universities in the United States. These colleges and universities include…
Northwestern, Princeton, Cornell, University of Chicago, USC, Purdue, Nevada, Indiana, Penn State, Colgate, Naval Academy, Eastern Illinois, Grand Valley Michigan, Illinois, Ball State, Calvin, Washington University, UIC, Wisconsin Stevens Point, Wheaton College, Illinois State, Albion, Kansas, Iowa, Denison, Illinois Wesleyan, Iowa State, Miami of Ohio, Eastern Michigan, Williams, COD, University of California at Irvine, Hope, Bowling Green, Rutgers, Seton Hall, Dartmouth,University of Illinois at Chicago, Lewis, Occidental, Fordham, Dartmoth, Emory, Connecticuit, Iowa, Augustana, Emory, Redlands, and more!
Congratulations to the many swimmers who are now competing at the College Level. Over 25 of our coaches former swimmers currently compete Intercollegiately. Many of them will compete at NCAA Championships; even more have become team captains in years' past. We are proud of you all! The Wheaton Swim Club is a stepping stone program, designed to prepare swimmers to compete and excel at the Collegiate Level.
Special Note - although the Wheaton Swim Club is not a function of Wheaton College or the College of DuPage we are grateful for the long term relationships we have had as renters with both schools! Check out the Wheaton College Athletics page and the College of DuPage site.
Recent College Signings
- Martin Pozniak heading to North Dakota!
- Tommy Reminger heading to Tampa!
- NCAA Clearinghouse Link - START HERE IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING SWIMMING IN COLLEGE!
- College Swimming.com
- Financial Aide and Scholarship Info
- Will Schaffer Interview
- Interview with some 2007 Alums
- Interview with Taylor Zafir
Class of 2012 Update
Class of 2011 Update
Class of 2010 Update
Class of 2009 Update
Class of 2008 Update
Class of 2007 Update