Swimming, Diving, and Water Polo
1. Athlete physicals must be completed by all current 6th, 8th, and 10th graders. The school will offer free physicals on May 4th immediately after school at the student's campus gymnasium. Anyone who does not have a good physical on file May 27th will be removed from athletics. This is an athletic policy, not just swim.
2. Angleton Swim & Dive will hold team tryouts for the 2022-2023 swim season on Monday, July 18th at 8:00am. All athletes must have completed "rank one" documents online (this includes the athletic physical plus other required documents for the trainers) in order to tryout.
Criteria for varsity athletes:
-Show previous ability to consistently pass classes
-Less than four unexcused absences in previous season
-Maintained 90% practice attendance
-Attends holiday practices as scheduled
-Ability to swim 10x100 free @ 1:30, or faster
-Permission from the coach
BOY'S TEAM 8TH OVERALL AT STATE!
The boys finished off their season last weekend with 8th place overall. That's a great finish when you consider that there were just over 100 teams representing their school at the State Championship meet.
This makes it four years in a row that Angleton has been a top 10 team in 5A State.
2022 Aquatic Schedule
|Saturday, October 1st||Gulf Coast Sprintathlon Invitational||Angleton ISD NAtatorium||10:00am|
Head Swim Coach
Danny Huffman is the head swimming coach for AHS and the Aquatics Coordinator for the district. He has more than 20 years of experience coaching and has been with Angleton for seven years. He and his wife, Andrea, have three children; Kennedy, Blake and Austin.
Jeannine Healy is the assistant swimming coach and runs the AJH swim program. Healy has 15 years of experience coaching in the district. She teaches 8th-grade math at Angleton Junior High.
Originally from Mishawaka, Indiana, Healy has four brothers. She also has an adopted family in Texas that includes a sister, niece, nephew, and two grandnephews.