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Spring 2015 Scholar All America Applications
Monday, 18 May 2015 00:00
Scholar All America individual and team award criteria can be found here

For the Spring 2015 Scholar All America team application, click here.

For the Spring 2015 Scholar All-America individual application, click here

The deadline for all submissions is June 12, 2015. 

 

 

2015 CSCAA NCAA All-America Teams
Thursday, 16 April 2015 17:37
The CSCAA is proud to announce the 2015 CSCAA NCAA Swimming and Diving All-America Teams, supported by Speedo.

CSCAA NCAA All-America Honors are conferred upon those athletes who compete in the championship final at the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championship.  Athletes who compete in the consolation final at their respective NCAA Championship receive Honorable Mention All-America recognition.  The CSCAA also confers first-team All-America honors to NAIA swimmers and divers who place in the top six of an individual event or top four of a relay event with Honorable Mention Honors on those who reach the championship final.  The NJCAA Awards All-American honors to those student athletes who place in the top four of their respective events and Honorable Mention honors for the next eight finishers.

For the complete list of 2015 Teams, click here

 

CSCAA NCAA Division I Men's Award Recipients
Monday, 30 March 2015 00:00
College Swimming Coaches Association of America- For Immediate Release
March 29, 2015
Iowa City, IA
Contact:  Joel Shinofield, Executive Director
(540) 460-6563; This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
 
The College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) announces the following award recipients from the 2015 NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships.
 
Diving Awards:
The CSCAA NCAA DI Men’s Team Diver of the Year Award was presented to Steele Johnson from the Purdue University.  Johnson scored in all three diving events winning both the 1-meter and Platform events helping to lead the Boilermakers to a 17th place finish.
 
The CSCAA NCAA DI Men’s Team Diving Coach of the Year Award was presented to Adam Soldati of the Purdue University who guided Steele Johnson to victory in Iowa City.  In addition to Johnson, Soldati had three other Boilermakers compete at the championship placing three in the platform finals. This is fourth time Coach Soldati has been honored as the CSCAA NCAA DI Men’s Diving Coach of the Year.
 
Swimming Awards:
 
Ryan Murphy from the University of California was named the CSCAA NCAA DI Swimmer of the Year after setting the NCAA and American Record in the 200 Backstroke.  Murphy also established a new NCAA record in the 100 Backstroke leading off Cal’s American Record setting 400 Medley Relay and was also a part of Cal’s American Record setting 200 Medley Relay. The sophomore won both backstroke events for the second consecutive year and placed 5th in the 200 Individual Medley.
 
Eddie Reese, head coach of the University of Texas, was named the CSCAA NCAA DI Men’s Team Coach of the Year after leading the Longhorns to their 11th NCAA Championship.  Reese championship tied legendary coach Mike Peppe from Ohio State for the most men’s NCAA Titles.  This is the 9th time Coach Reese has been honored as the CSCAA DI Men’s Swimming Coach of the Year.
 

 

CSCAA NCAA Division II Men's and Women's Award Recipients
Monday, 30 March 2015 00:00
College Swimming Coaches Association of America- For Immediate Release
March 14, 2015
Indianapolis, IN
Contact:  Joel Shinofield, Executive Director
(540) 460-6563; This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
 
The College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) announces the following award recipients from the 2015 NCAA Division II Swimming and Diving Championships.
 
Diving Awards:
 
The CSCAA DII Female Diver of the Year Award was presented to Elizabeth Rawlings from Wayne State University, while the Male Diver of the Year Award went to Collin Vest from Clarion University.  Rawlings won the 3-Meter competition with a score of 555.70 and finished 2nd on the 1-Meter board to help lead the Warriors to a 5th place team finish. Her coach, Kelly LaCroix, who was selected as the CSCAA DII Women’s Team Diving Coach of the Year for the third time.  Vest won the 1-Meter competition, defending his title from 2014 with a score of 564.25 after finishing 3rd on the 3-Meter board the first night of the meet.  His coach, Dave Hrovat earned his 11th CSCAA DII Men’s Diving Coach of the Year honor.  His athletes have earned 43 individual NCAA DII titles and over 250 CSCAA All-America citations.
 
Swimming Awards:
 
Queens University of Charlotte Sophomore Patricia Castro-Ortega won four individual titles, all in record time leading the Royals to their first NCAA team title.  Castro-Ortega will go into the record books individually in the 200 Individual Medley (1:58.91), 200 Freestyle (1:45.27), 500 Freestyle (4:43.37), 100 Freestyle (48.92) as well as in the 800 Freestyle Relay .
 
Sophomore Matthew Josa, from Queens University of Charlotte, was named the CSCAA DII Male Swimmer of the Year for the second straight year setting records in three individual events on his way to winning four. Josa established new records in the 200 Individual Medley (1:41.94), 100 Butterfly (44.89) and 200 Butterfly (1:42.96). Josa also won the 200 Backstroke en route to the first ever NCAA Swimming and Diving Men’s Championship Title for Queens. 
 
Jeff Dugdale, Queens University of Charlotte Head Coach, was honored as both the Men’s and Women’s CSAA DII Coach of the Year after leading both the men and women of Queens to team titles in just their fifth year of competition.  In that five-year span Dugdale has mentored nearly 30 All-Americans, one Elite-89 Award Winner and his athletes currently hold 12 NCAA DII Records.
 

 

CSCAA NCAA Division III Men's and Women's Award Recipients
Sunday, 22 March 2015 13:21
College Swimming Coaches Association of America- For Immediate Release
March 22, 2015
Shenandoah, TX
Contact:  Joel Shinofield, Executive Director
(540) 460-6563 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
 
The College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) announces the following award recipients from the 2015 NCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships.
 
Diving Awards:
CSCAA DIII Women’s Team Diver of the Year: Maura Sticco-lvins, Wellesley College
CSCAA DIII Men’s Team Diver of the Year: Max Levy, Denison University
 
CSCAA DIII Women’s Diving Coach of the Year: Zach Lichter, Wellesley College
CSCAA DIII Men’s Diving Coach of the Year: Russ Bertram, Denison University
 
Swimming Awards:
CSCAA DIII Women’s Team Swimmer of the Year: Sarah Thompson, Williams College
CSCAA DIII Men’s Team Swimmer of the Year: Andrew Wilson, Emory University
 
CSCAA DIII Women’s Swimming Coach of the Year: Steve Kuster, Williams College
CSCAA DIII Men’s Swimming Coach of the Year: Jess Book, Kenyon College
 

 

CSCAA NCAA Division I Women's Award Recipients
Sunday, 22 March 2015 13:20
College Swimming Coaches Association of America- For Immediate Release
March 22, 2015
Greensboro, NC
Contact:  Joel Shinofield, Executive Director
(540) 460-6563 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
 
The College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) announces the following award recipients from the 2015 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships.
 
Diving Awards:
The CSCAA NCAA DI Women’s Team Diver of the Year Award was presented to Yu Zhou from the University of Minnesota.  Yu Zhou reached the finals in all three diving events winning 3-meter title helping to lead the Gophers to a 12thplace finish.
The CSCAA NCAA DI Women’s Team Diving Coach of the Year Award was presented to Wenbo Chen of the University of Minnesota who guided Yu Zhou to her excellent performance in Greensboro.  In addition to coaching the Gophers, Chen served as associate director of USA Diving's National Training Center and the head coach for USA Diving.  This is second time Coach Chen has been honored as the CSCAA NCAA DI Women’s Diving Coach of the Year.
 
Swimming Awards:
Missy Franklin from the University of California was named the CSCAA NCAA DI Swimmer of the Year after setting the NCAA and American Record in the 200 Freestyle leading the Golden Bears to their 4th team title.  Franklin also won the 200 Individual Medley, 200 Backstroke and was on Cal’s winning 200 and 800 Freestyle Relays, she becomes only the second Golden Bear to win three individual titles in a single NCAA Championship.
 
Teri McKeever, head coach of the University of California, was named the CSCAA NCAA DI Women’s Team Coach of the Year after leading the Golden Bears to their 4th NCAA Championship.  McKeever’s teams have won 4 out of the last 7 titles, never finishing lower than 3rd in that span.  In addition to her duties at Cal, McKeever served as the head US Olympic Coach in 2012.
 

 

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