The SCY State meet is right around the corner.  You can download last minute instructions and the meet program with an approximate timeline here.

One thing to note in the timeline is that the three events requiring positive check-in (1000, 500, and 1650) have been preseeded.  If just a few people fail to show we will be able to reduce the number of heats and we will reseed the event.  Hence it is crucial that you check in by the deadlines for those events.

  • 1000 check-in deadline:  9:30 Saturday
  • 500 check-in deadline:  10:30 Saturday
  • 1650 check-in deadline:  10:30 Sunday



The Meet Announcement as a PDF is available to be downloaded from

Download Meet Announcement

The Safety Plan for the 2022 SCY State Championship is now available under "Events" within

SCY Safety Plan


The official sanction is in place; therefore for all qualified swims and any records set will be official.

Eden Prairie Community Center ("EPCC) and its home club, the FoxJets, will co-host the Meet.

One session per day will occur on Saturday and Sunday, March 19th & 20th.

Typical water temperature at the EPCC:

Dive Pool where warmups and warm-downs will occur typically features 84°F water.

The FoxJets Lap Pool, where competition will occur, as well as warmups from 9:00 AM to 10:00 is set to 80°F.

The blocks have wedges and hand holds.

The start end is 7 feet in depth and the shallow end measures 4 feet.

Recent photo of the EPCC Pools:

epcc pool view 1

The order of events has been set and includes two opportunities to
swim each of the 50-yard events.  Swimmers who participate in both
will by default have the second swim designated as a "time trial."
This means that the second swim of the identical event will count
for all purposes except scoring points as an individual and as a
team member.  

By clicking on the image below of the order of events you will
automatically download a PDF of the list.

2022 State SCY Order of Events




About Minnesota Masters Swimming

Minnesota Masters Swimming LMSC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to a healthy swimming lifestyle for adult swimmers within 87 counties in Minnesota and 3 in Western Wisconsin. It is the local governing body for United States Masters Swimming (USMS).

There are 1,172 registered swimmers in the Minnesota LMSC and over 60,000 nationwide. Anyone 18 years of age or older is eligible to join. No prior competitive swimming experience is necessary.

Minnesota Masters Contacts

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