The League Trophy goes to the team that has scored the most number of Hy-Tek points (20pts-1st place finish, 17pts-2nd, 16pts-3rd, 15pts-4th, 14pts-5th, 13pts-6th, 12pts-7th & 11pts-8th, etc. – double the points for relays) during our regular B.C. sanctioned meets – League meets – prior to Provincials. The more swimmers your club sends to each of these meets, the better your chances of scoring the most points and taking home the trophy!
So, be the team that scores the most number of points at our League meets and win the League Trophy in your respective category – Large, Medium or Small. Proudly display the trophy for a year and then receive this banner to be hung at your home pool for all to see! For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The trophy is awarded annually at the MSABC Provincials Awards Banquet.
If you want to host a meet that can contribute to the League Trophy standings, than be sure to read the MSABC League Trophy Policy and make sure you can get sanctioned.
Please note that as no swim meets were conducted in the 2020/2021 season, no League Trophy was awarded.
Standings – Top Teams as of 12 April 2022
Points are from the following scored meets:
1 North Ebbtides Meet – 27 Nov 21
2 North Shore Masters Meet – 16 Oct 21
3 Chilliwack March Madness – 02 Apr 22
|Large Teams (91+)|
|English Bay Swim Club||713|
|Medium Teams (31-90)|
|White Rock Wave||2967|
|North Shore Masters||293|
|Small Teams (1-30)|
|Coast Swim Team||1785|
|Squamish Titans SC||299|
|Hera Blue SC||85|
|Langley Olympians SC||188|
|Comox Valley Masters||77|
|Royal Masters SC||418|
|Sidney Piranhas Masters||64|
|Hyde Creek Masters||107|
|Salmon Arm Waves Masters||60|
|Canadian Dolphin Swim Club||40|
How are the Large, Medium and Small Team Sizes Determined?
The calculations for the current year (2019/20) are based on the number of registered swimmers from the year before (2018-19) so that clubs remain in their category for the entire year. Over the years, MSABC has had about 50 clubs, and as we continue to grow the running total is now sitting around 70. The MSABC Board meets over the summer and are given the list of clubs and their number of registered swimmers. Historically, there are natural breaks and the goal is to have teams competing against other teams of roughly similar numbers. These natural breaks mean that there just a few large teams, a few more medium teams and the rest are small teams.
For 2019/20, the selected break points are:
If you have any questions about the MSABC team size policy, contact email@example.com