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The Norwalk Stingrays programs are very family-involved. The environment provided is conducive to a building and learning team. We strive for FUN and "giving it your best", knowing that your results are a reflection of just that.

  • We are semi-year round, practicing together in the spring and fall and competing as a team in the summertime.

  • We are a "building team" meaning we like to let the swimmers experience swimming for fun and help them decide if they want to take it more seriously as they build into their strokes.

  • We are very family-friendly, and family-involved.

  • We welcome you to our program and cannot wait to see what lies ahead for you and your swimmer!

  • We welcome ages 6-18 years of age to participate.

Summer League 2023

Thank you for a great season!

Fall Club 2023



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no fall due to pool closure

Started in Fall 2021...

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Norwalk Sparkle Rays were formed to offer more opportunity for those dealing with various challenges than typically developing participants. We are excited to include these swimmers as part of our team. 

 

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Danielle Stanfield

Sparkle Rays Coach

Coach Danielle worked as a lifeguard previously and she and her daughter love swimming. She is proud mom to her daughter who was diagnosed with Autism at age 4. She serves on the board of APSE and works as a Job Developer. 

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Ethan Schmenk

Stingrays Coach

Coach Ethan has swam all 4 years of high school and just completed his senior year of swim by being his team's only district qualifier. He is looking forward to preparing the swimmers to excel in the high school level. He wants to work together with the swimmers to reach their goals!

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Carissa Link

Stingrays Coach

Coach Carissa has been swimming her whole life, through high school and now college at Shawnee State. She has been a certified swim instructor since 2019 and loves teaching advanced swimmers how to fine tune their strokes.

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