The City of Bryan Parks and Recreation Department offers a recreational summer swim team experience from April through July for youngsters zoned to the Bryan Independent School District. Boys and girls ages 4-18 that can complete one length of the 25 yard pool are welcome to swim with the Bryan Barracudas! The Barracudas work closely with the Learn-to-Swim program to ready those children who cannot yet complete one length of the pool. The Bryan Barracudas is a non-profit summer swim team and a member of the Northwest Aquatic League (NWAL). NWAL consists of more than 95 teams primarily in the Harris and Montgomery County areas. The teams are grouped for competition into 17 divisions according to geographical location. NWAL provides coordination, establishes and enforces rules and regulations, assigns teams to divisions, sets meet schedules, and trains officials. League officers and committee members are chosen from the team representatives. Bryan Barracudas compete with other swim teams in division Far North each Saturday. Far North includes the Brenham Dolphins, College Station Tsunamis, Giddings Tiger Catfish, Huntsville Lakers, and Navasota Mudcats. Only children who are zoned to Bryan ISD schools or live in a town that doesn't have an NWAL team (i.e. Caldwell) are eligible to swim with the Barracudas, per the NWAL rules.