May 23Time Trials 7am Rec Pool, ARD
May 30 Lifetime & Woodland @ Auburn 7am Rec Pool, ARD
June 6Woodland @ Auburn 7am Rec Pool, ARD
June 13  Auburn @ Placerville 7am Union Mine H.S. Pool
6530 Koki Ln., El Dorado
June 20Auburn @ Rio Linda 7am Rio Linda High School Aquatics Center
6309 Dry Creek Road, Rio Linda
June 27 Auburn @ Arden Manor 7am Deterding Park Pool
1415 Rushden Dr., Sacramento
July 11Orangevale @ Auburn 7am Rec Pool, ARD
July 18 VFCAL Championships! 6:30am American River City College
4700 College Oak Dr.

Aug 1-2

TBD: Meet of Champions 6:30am

Roseville Aquatics Complex

3051 Woodcreek Oaks Blvd.



For Meet Program and Results

Time Trials

Every swimmer competes to establish a seed time in qualified stroke events. It is run like a dual meet, minus the other team. This gives the coaches a realistic gauge for event and heat assignments for each swimmer.

Does my swimmer need to be at Time Trials?

Yes. This year for two reasons. First, without trial times, it is difficult to place our swimmers according to their strengths and ability and second our team photo will be taken at 8am. NOTE: This event reduces anxiety for swimmers, regardless of their level of competitiveness.

If you are NOT going to be able to make it to time trials…

NOTE: As with all meets, if you are not going to be present please sign-out by the Tuesday morning prior. The sign-out notebook will be located on the fence near the bleacher entrance.

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VFCAL Championships

The V.F.C.A.L. Championship meet was traditionally a two day meet. Beginning in 2003, the meet became a one-day affair. Assistance and cooperation from parents and parent volunteers is a vital part of the success of this long day.

As one might imagine, the championship meet features many swimmers, many parents and a fair amount of sun. The best things that parents can do are stay in the team area or stands and cheer on the team. The pool deck is extremely crowded, and every extra person in the swimmers ready area creates slow downs and confusion.


A swimmer may only be entered in four events, including relays.

  • Individual Events: Each team may enter any number of swimmers in each individual event provided they have competed officially in two league meets.
    Note: If a swimmer has a stroke(s) that they can not swim legally, they will not be entered in that stroke.
  • Relay Events: Each team can enter three relay teams in the relay events. Relays will be swam on Saturday as “Timed Finals”.


  • Finals: Medals for 1st through 3rd, ribbons for 4th through 10th.
  • Consolation: Ribbons for all places


The league champion will be the team who scores the most points in the meet



MEET OF CHAMPIONS - August 1st-2nd, 2020