Dive Team

Do your kids want to make a at Robin Hood this summer? 

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 Robin Hood’s Dive Team may be the place for them!

Robin Hood dives in Division III of the Montgomery County Dive League (MCDL). Dive season lasts 7 weeks and consists of 5 dive meets followed by the RH Invitational, Divisionals and All-Stars meets.  Meets typically take place on Sunday afternoons. 

Dive Team Registration

Every diver must complete the 2024 RHSC Online Registration by clicking HERE. Dive Team fees are $130 per diver. There are no multi child discounts. Payment can be made using any major credit card, check or cash.  Checks should be made payable to Robin Hood Swim Club and submitted to the dive team rep (please make sure to note "Dive Team" and diver's name on the check). Fees include required MCDL health insurance.

#Practice Schedule

Dive Practice will begin Tuesday, May 28th. During the school year there will be two afternoon practices held daily from 4:15-5:00 p.m. and 5:00-5:45 p.m.

During the School Year (June 28 - June 14) 

AFTERNOON PRACTICE - Daily

4:30 - 5:15 p.m.

5:15 - 6:00 p.m.

Divers can attend whichever practice is most convenient for their schedule.

After School Ends (June 17 - July 19) 

MORNING PRACTICE

Monday - Thursday 10:00 - 10:30 a.m.

Morning divers are welcome to attend the afternoon practice on Friday.

AFTERNOON PRACTICE - Daily

4:30 - 5:15 p.m.

5:15 - 6:00 p.m.

There is no afternoon practice Wed. 6/19, 7/3 or 7/17 due to home swim meets,

Coach's Clinic (For Advanced Divers) 

Wednesdays- Time TBD

This is an invitation only session for advanced divers. Coaches will talk with divers and parents abut participation and determine a time that works best for all participants.

Jul7 21 - July 23

Practices for All-Stars will likely only be in the afternoon (tending to be at the host pool), but we have not yet made that determination.

While it is understood that a diver may not be able to make every practice, it is encouraged that they attend as much as possible. Please let the coach know if your diver will not be attending a practice or meet. 

2024 Dive Meet Schedule

 

Coaches & Reps

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Ashley Tock

Head Coach

Ashley dove for Robin Hood for 12 years and this is her 7th year coaching the team (3 years as an assistant coach and 4 years as head coach). Ashley was the Co-Manager for the pool last summer and will be returning to that role again for 2023. She is currently studying pre-physical therapy and disability studies at the University of Delaware.

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Eliana Beals-Simmons

Coach

Eliana dove for Robin Hood for 11 years and this is her first year coaching the team. She spent last summer coaching dive at Old Georgetown. Eliana is excited to return to Robin Hood in this new role. She is currently studying biology and criminal justice at the University of Maryland. 

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Emma Cooper

Coach

Emma dove for 13 years and has been coaching for Robin Hood since 2019. She is excited to be back again to coach for her final season, especially now that the team has moved up into Division 2! During the school year, she studies Zoo Science and Ecology at West Liberty University.

This year’s Dive Reps are Marie Johnson and Jennifer Bauer.  Please feel free to reach out to them with any questions, concerns or suggestions to make our dive season better.  They can be reached by email at [email protected] or just catch them at the pool.

Parent / Guardian Expectations

  • Volunteering: Like most Robin Hood events, we could not have a Dive Team without the participation and support of parents / guardians to volunteer during meets. For each meet we need judges, a referee and table workers. Each Dive family is expected to volunteer at three meets minimum. Please click HERE to sign up to volunteer. 
  • Training: Training for Judges and Referees will be offered both virtually and in person by MCDL. Dates will be posted as soon as confirmed. Robin Hood's Referee will also be available at Robin Hood during the first weeks of practice to provide additional opportunities to fine tune your judging skills. No training is needed for table workers.
  • Sportsmanship: Remember that diving is a fun sport and that the judges are volunteers.  Please be supportive in all of your comments.  If you have an issue please contact the dive reps.

    Team Suits

    Stay tuned for more information about selected team suits for 2024.

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