What:   71st Annual Husky Invitational

 When:  December 6 – December 8, 2019

 Where:  Weyerhauser King County Aquatic Center, Federal Way, WA


Updated Meet Information & Time Standards to be posted soon…

2018 Meet Info:

1650 HEAT SHEET: CLICK HERE for the mile heat sheet.

DRAFT PSYCH SHEET (updated 11/24/18):  CLICK HERE to see the Psych Sheet.  Please review for any errors. This is subject to change.

ESTIMATED TIMELINES:  CLICK HERE for estimated timelines for each session of the meet.

TIMING ASSIGNMENTS:  CLICK HERE for timing assignments.  We ask that each team do their best to fill the assigned lanes.  If you are a small team and have not been assigned a shift, but would like to help, we will gladly accept your assistance!  We also understand that not all teams may be able to fulfill their assigned shifts–please just do your best and we’ll do our best to get the timing chairs filled!

THURSDAY WARM-UP: The pool will be available for warm-up from 6:00pm to 8:00pm on Thursday (11/29/18) evening.  If you prefer a different warm-up time, you can make arrangements with KCAC at your team’s expense.

MEET INVITATION:  CLICK HERE to download a copy of the approved meet invitation.  All USA Swimming and Collegiate clubs are invited to attend.

TIME STANDARDS:  CLICK HERE to download a copy of the time standards.  Standards are only applicable to USA Swimming Teams.  NCAA (or equivalent) programs are not subject to the qualifying standards.

MEET ENTRY FILE:  There are two meet entry files.  Please download the correct version so that your entries can be accepted (click to download).

MEET DIRECTORS: Brandon Drawz (Email Brandon) | Ryan Stratton (Email Ryan)

MEET REFEREE: Ron Van Pool | Email Ron

LOCATION: Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center, 650 SW Campus Drive, Federal Way, WA.  Directions:  North or South on I-5 take exit 142B, west on 348th (becomes Campus Way after crossing 1st Ave. S.)  Pool is on the right side approximately 1-¼ miles from I-5.

FACILITY: World Class Aquatic Facility.  Site of the 1990 Goodwill Games and 1991, 1994, 1997, 2000 and 2006 Spring National Championships, and the 2006 Men’s NCAA Championships.  Indoor 50 meter, 9 feet deep, 8-lane competitive pool is divided by bulkheads into two 25-yard courses.  Prelims may be conducted using two courses, with format determined at the coaches meeting on Friday morning.  Finals will be conducted on one course only.  Diving pool will be available for continual warm-up.  2500 spectator seats.

ELIGIBILITY: All swimmers must be registered with USA Swimming, a FINA member covered under USA Swimming’s “open border” policy, or a member of an NCAA (or respective collegiate governing body) collegiate team .

MEET INFORMATION: Each swimmer may enter up to a maximum of six (6) individual events for the meet, with a maximum of three (3) per day.  Relays do not count towards the total. Entries exceeding this limit will be scratched without notification.  There are no Bonus events.  No deck entries will be permitted for either individual or relay events.  There will be no switching or substitutions of events for athletes entered in the meet.