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SeaWolves History

Brentwood SeaWolves was founded by a group of 6 families on September 28th, 2007, to teach and promote the sport of swimming to youth of all ages in Brentwood and the surrounding areas. While the first meeting was in August of 2007, the first official board meeting was on September 16th, 2007. The first practice was on February 5th, 2008, with twelve swimmers.

In 2008, water polo was added as another sport to the team.

In June 2009, the team was granted tax-exempt status and is now a 501c3 non-profit organization. We are members of both USA Swimming and USA Water Polo.

We encourage good academics, sportsmanship, healthy living, a drug free environment and a disciplined work ethic.

One of the original swim coaches came up with the name “SeaWolves”. At a board meeting, a few names were considered including “Sea Devils” and “Brentwood Aquatics”. The board felt that “Devils” would not go over well in the community and liked Coach Nicole’s recommendation. The board agreed to “SeaWolves” as long as “Brentwood” could be added to the name. The city was approached to gain their agreement. Thus, the name “Brentwood SeaWolves” became the name of the club.

The board was originally thinking of red, white, and black for the team colors. The board voted on royal blue and purple, but the colors didn’t pop enough for the banner. Thus, the purple was changed to turquoise landing the team with royal blue and turquoise to fit with the theme of water. 

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