Welcome to the St. Andrews Saints Swim Team!

Summer swim at St. Andrews is fun and instructional! From our Little Saints Swim Team for our youngest swimmers to division Swim Meets, there is something for all ages and abilities.

There are many different areas for parents to help with our team to help make this a wonderful swim season for our children!

Take a look at the Swim Team calendar below for meet and event schedules.  Swim Team will be using Team Unify this year for communication and meet management.  More details to come!

If you have any questions, contact volunteer Swim Chairs Katie King and Susan Donaldson.  We look forward to seeing you at swim team practices.

Registration begins mid-late Spring and will be emailed to all St. Andrews members.

2019 Practice Schedule:

Following is our practice schedule for the summer:

May 28th – June 13th: (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday only)
3:30 – 4:15 PM – 13+ years old
4:15 – 5:00 PM – 9 to 12 years old
5:00 – 5:45 PM – 6U & 8U

Regular Season
June 17th – July 26th: (Monday through Friday)
8:00 – 9:00 AM – 11+ years old
9:00 – 10:00 AM – 8 – 10 years old

10:00 – 11:00 AM – 7 & Under

2020 Schedule coming soon!

Swim Team Coaching Staff

Head Coach


Kyle Cannon

Assistant Coach

I am currently a Senior at SPHS (Severna Park High School).  I have been swimming since I was 4 years old and have swam for SASTC in previous years. I swim for the Severna Park YMCA (SPY) and the SPHS swim teams. I am certified by the American Red Cross in lifeguarding, AED, and CPR. I’m very excited for this upcoming season and the great summer to come!

Cate Puglisi

Assistant Coach

Hi guys! My name is Cate Puglisi. I am 19 and have been swimming since I was 4. I am so excited to begin coaching at St. Andrews, I have been helping with swim teams since I was 10 years old. I have an older sister, an older brother, and a younger sister. I attended Mount de Sales Academy and now go to Widener University in Chester, PA. I am working towards getting a degree in elementary education and special education. Due to three shoulder surgeries from all the swimming, I now spend most of my time playing golf for my college and cheering on the swimmers! I can’t wait to see what this summer brings!