News and Announcements


The Orinda Aquatics C/B/BB+ meet is set to open 9/5. Please register ASAP as this meet will close quickly. This meet is October 6/7.

You can view the meet sheet here(this where you learn about the meet and what events are offered what day):

You can sign up using this link beginning 9/5:

Fall swimmers should register by clicking USA Number pending. Instructions will follow in the coming weeks on how to view your number using OnDeck.

Here is a link to with some information on meet entry from Pacific Swimming:

If you have any questions please contact Coach Todd or Coach Danny.


Parents and Swimmers,

Online entries have opened for our first Senior Meet of the fall season. Time standards for this Senior Open Level meet can be found here:

The meet sheet can be found here:

To sign up use the online entry platform found here:

If you have any questions let us know.


Ruby Hill Aquatics’ Jonah Cooper has announced he plans to swim for The Ohio State University beginning in the fall of 2019.

“I am humbled and incredibly thankful to have verbally committed to swim and study medicine with THE Ohio State University! I am honored to have the opportunity to achieve my goals of becoming a nurse at a World Class cutting edge medical center, and train at a D1 school. My family has grown, and I will join my new brothers and sisters in the Fall of 2019. I was impressed with the improvement seen in every team member, and the great results achieved by their new coaching staff lead by Bill Dorenkott, Matt Bowe, Mike Hulme, Jordan Wolfrun and Bryon Tansel. This outstanding new coaching staff and team atmosphere, provide a very comfortable and thriving environment. The medical facility is world class and I cannot wait to be a Buckeye!”

Congratulations Jonah!



Emma Washam turned in two terrific performances at the 2018 Lake Del Valle Open Water Swim Festival. Exiting the water in the 5k event, she clocked a time of (1hour :20.31) finishing first in her age group and the 5th woman overall. The following day in the 2.5k event a time of (:37.47) she again won her age group. The water temperature ranged between 66-69 degrees. Congratulations on a great performance. Go RHAC