womens swimming

Rails Have Team Tie Dye Event

September 11, 2012

Last year the team began a new tradition of creating t-shirts. Everyone did puffy paint last year, and while the shirts were great, the time committment to make them wasn't. So this year - the t-shirt tradition evolved into using tie dye! Tie dye is a much quicker (though more messy) process, that still allows...[Read More] READ MORE

Rails Win Again!

September 5, 2012

Yesterday (9/4) afternoon the high school girls team left school, climbed into a bus, and made the 2 hour trip to Ottumwa. But it was the worth the trip! The Rails came home with another "W "and, once again, impressive times were posted by most of the team. Here's a quick look... [Read More] READ MORE

Rails Have Fast times Against Valley

September 4, 2012

The Rails began an away meet stretch last week against Valley. While Tigers won the meet, the Rails swam well, continuing to drop time and improve their personal bests. The girls were fired up before the meet began, ready to show how much they had improved in the off-season. And they did! Here's a few great swims and dives... [Read More] READ MORE

Rails Now 3-1 on the Season!

August 29, 2012

The high school women's team swam to win last night (8/28) against Indianola, their first conference opponent. The team had a great performance with several personal bests throughout the evening. The meet started off well with the Rails taking first and third in the Medley Relay... [Read More] READ MORE

Rails Win Double Dual vs Perry & Algona

August 25, 2012

The double dual meet against Perry and Algona fell on a busy Thursday (8/23). Lincoln was hosting its annual Fall sports kick-out event, the Chicken Bowl. This meant the five girls that were band were missing the meet leaving only 10 girls to compete for the win. But the Rails earned a victory against both schools! The final scores... [Read More] READ MORE

Women’s Team Gears Up For First Meet

August 21, 2012

The high school women's team has been hard at work since August 6th. They've been practicing twice a day, working on stroke technique, having dryland practice and more. They've even taken team pictures and done some fun team bonding activities in between all of the exercise! All this work has them anxious for tonight's (8/21) meet against Ames...[Read More] READ MORE