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Swim and Dive - Girls

girls swim team in the pool hugging

About our Program

As both an individual and team sport, the Bishop Blanchet Girls Swim and Dive program's team philosophy centers around three main principals: safety, progression and teamwork. Building camaraderie is what sports are all about. Beyond experiencing success, in the pool, we want all of our athletes within our program to feel valued as members of the team.  

The team practices at the View Ridge Swim and Tennis center six days a week throughout the fall. Transportation to and from practices and meets is provided. Meets take place on Friday afternoons and are held at Seattle-area pools including Helene Madison, Evans, Ballard, Meadowbrook, Queen Anne, Medgar Evars and Rainier Beach.

The safety of our swimmers is our top priority. Our focus involves ensuring that our coaches are up to date with their coaching certifications, understand site emergency procedures, and properly supervise swimmers when they are in the pool. Our coaching staff works with all levels of swimmers to develop goals and a training program that challenges each swimmer to improve their technique, endurance and speed.

2023 Season

Please complete the required forms and upload to the registration link below prior to the first day of tryouts, Monday, August 21, 2023. 

Registration  Season Information 

Schedules and Results



2022 Recap and Results

The Bishop Blanchet Girls Swim and Dive Team had a successful 2022 playoff run, finishing 7th at Metros. Finishers include:

  • Talia West '25 - 5th in 1 meter diving
  • Natalie Blume '23 - 2nd in the 100 Free
  • Grace Allison '26 - 3rd in the 500 Free
  • 400 Free Relay - Emma Pampino '24, Grace Allison '26, Maddie Stanley '24, and Natalie Blume '23 finished 5th

The team qualified two individual event swimmers and two relay teams for the 3A WIAA State Meet at the King County Aquatic Center. The team finished 18th out of 41 teams at the State Meet in a highly competitive championship that had a number of long standing state records broken.