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Just stay a safe distance away from us because despite our natural prowess in the water, we’re usually clumsy on land.

We do not want to be staring at our date like we do the black line on the bottom of the pool and expect them to be attentive and interested in us.

We also don’t want to risk saying those cheesy jokes thrown around in the weight room or in the gutter that made us roar in laughter.

By Melissa Berkay, Swimming World College Intern Ok, let’s be honest, when most of our hours are spent prioritizing our career goals with swim practices, dating can be a struggle &source=" onclick="window.open( this.href, '_blank', 'width=500, height=400' ); event.prevent Default();" class="share-linkedin" Melissa Berkay is a student at Mills College and represented Mills at the 2016 NCAA Division III Championships.

Her favorite event is the 200 Butterfly and she likes to compete in long-distance open water competitions in the college off-season.