"We had complete harmony between the Lancers and the Club this season," Lancers President Dave Ross said. "The Club board is now completely in agreement that the Club is the home of the Lancers and will be for many years to come."
The newest members of the LRCSC board will be installed at the Sept. 1 annual club meeting.
"After the new Club board is implemented our first order of business is going to be negotiating a multi-year contract between the Club and the Lancers, and then focusing on infrastructure improvements for the pool facilities at the Club," Ross said.
If the swim team gets their five year contract, it will be the first multi-year contract in the team's history.
"Head Coach Kristen Misencik will continue to lead our team for all of these upcoming years," Ross said.
The LRCSC and swim team will be brainstorming on possible pool infrastructure improvements. Such improvements might include expanding the pool, improving the concrete, the deck surface, the pump facilities, and the parking lot.
"The pool facility at the Club has been around for several decades," Ross said.
The team has also been at the pool for decades, and Ross describes the relationship between the team and the LRCSC as a symbiotic one.
"Almost half the members of the team are also members of the Club, and you also have a number of referrals who join the Club," he said. "We also have several swim team parents who are members of the Club and are serving on the Club board of directors. There wasn't any drama this year at all. There wasn't any conflict. It was a wonderful summer."