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The Synchronized Swimming club accommodates both competitive and novice level swimmers who wish to compete at the university level in three annual competitions and multiple shows held here at the University. The University of Guelph has placed top 10 at Nationals for multiple consecutive years and this year will be no different. We practice hard and we know when to have fun. Practices are usually three times a week (dates per year are to be determined). If you have any further questions please email and our president, Meagan,  will get back to you asap!


Meagan Caulfield 


Bio of President

Meagan Caulfield: I am a fourth year Criminal Justice and Public Policy and Political Science double major! I've been a provincial and national level synchronized swimmer since I was four years old. I joined the team in my first year and I haven't looked back! I have experienced all aspects of university synchro and would love to answer any questions you may have!



$450 for the entire season. (September-March)

*All clubs memberships require a prerequisite base athletics membership.  Currently enrolled, on-campus students already have this prerequisite membership during the Fall and Winter semesters.  For all other community participants and students attending classes in the summer months, a monthly base membership is required for purchase before enrolling into a club*  

Practice Time

This year practice times are as follows:

Monday 9:30pm-11:00pm (Gold Pool)

Thursday 8:00pm-9:00pm (Dryland Training in Rm 3213) and 9:00pm-11:00pm (Gold Pool)

Friday 9:00am-10:30am (Gold Pool)



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What Participants Have Said...

“I joined the UoG Synchro club my final year of University, with no previous experience in Synchronized swimming. I not only learned an amazing new sport, but I met a whole new amazing group of girls because of it. Every one of the girls helped me learn the new sport as well as include me as though I had been a part of the team for years. I couldn’t imagine university without it now.”

— Emily Bonwick, Novice Swimmer/Student

I swam with the University of Guelph Synchro club for all four years of school and my Guelph experience wouldn’t have been the same without it. I have had experiences I wouldn’t have had otherwise and have made friends that will stay with me long after I graduate.

— Emily Vance, Competitive Swimmer/Student
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