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NAIA & NJCAA Championship Award Winners
Thursday, 12 March 2015 19:23
Congratulations to the NAIA Championship CSCAA Award Winners:
 
2015 Women’s Swimmers of the Year:         Laura Galarza, Oklahoma Baptist
                                                                              Christine Tixier, Biola University
 
2015 Men’s Swimmers of the Year:               Daniel Ramirez, Oklahoma Baptist
 
2015 Women’s Diver of the Year:                  Kristen Brimage, Oklahoma Baptist
 
2015 Men’s Diver of the Year:                        Zak Rowton, Oklahoma Baptist
 
2015 Women’s Coach of the Year:                Dr. Sam Freas, Oklahoma Baptist
 
2015 Men’s Coach of the Year:                      Dr. Sam Freas, Oklahoma Baptist
 
Full Results Available Here: http://www.naia.org/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=27900&ATCLID=209605438
 
Congratulations to the NJCAA Championship Award Winners:
 
2015 Women’s Swimmer of the Year:           Barbara Caraballo, Indian River
           
2015 Men’s Swimmers of the Year:               Stefan Stojmenovic, Indian River
 
2015 Women’s Diver of the Year:                  Ashley Wright, Indian River
 
2015 Men’s Diver of the Year:                        Zach Duval, Indian River
 
2015 Women’s Coach of the Year:                Dan Dubois, Monroe CC
 
2015 Men’s Coach of the Year:                      Sion Brinn, Indian River
 
2015 Women’s Diving Coach of the Year:     Dave Suba, Indian River
 
2015 Men’s Diving Coach of the Year:          Dave Suba, Indian River
 
 
Complete Results Available Here: http://www.njcaa.org/Teams/swimming_-_diving/2015/2015%20S%26D%20Results%20-%20Final.pdf

 

Beyond March Madness: What Really Matters in College Athletics
Thursday, 12 March 2015 19:19
Below you will find a link to an Op-Ed penned by Duke Athletic Director Kevin White, and Bob Bowlsby, the commissioner of the Big 12 about the value of the college athletic experience.  I urge you to take a few moments to read the article and share it widely.

The pursuit of national titles, points, faster swimming and perfect dives matter, but the “enduring traits of cooperation, diligence and leadership developed during training and competition” are the long-term yield on our investment in collegiate swimming and diving programs. 

http://www.jsonline.com/news/opinion/beyond-march-madness-what-really-matters-in-college-athletics-b99458785z1-295689661.html
 

 

CSCAA Fall 2014 Scholar All America
Monday, 23 February 2015 17:14

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The College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) is proud to announce the 2014 Fall CSCAA Scholar All-America Teams, supported by Nike Swim.
 
Team Scholar All-America Award- Fall
The Fall Team Scholar All American award is presented to college and university swimming and diving teams, who have achieved a grade point average of 3.0 or higher in the fall semester/quarter.
 
 
CSCAA 2014 Fall Scholar All-America Teams
NCAA DI Men’s Teams
NCAA DI Women’s Teams
NCAA DII Men’s Teams
NCAA DII Women’s Teams
NCAA DIII Men’s Teams
NCAA DIII Women’s Teams
NAIA/NJCAA Team

 

February 23, 2015 Division I Men's Team Rankings
Monday, 23 February 2015 00:00




CSCAA NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving Team Rankings Supported by TYR
The College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Division I Team Rankings are compiled by CSCAA-member coaches and one media member.  This is the final men’s ranking of the 2014-15 season.
The CSCAA DI Poll Committee will produce in-season rankings of the 25 best performing NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving teams in rank order at the time of each poll.  The poll is not designed to predict the results of the NCAA Championship, but rather which teams would win head-to-head against other teams in the country.
CSCAA NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving Ranking as of February 23, 2015
1. Texas
2. California
3. Georgia
4. Florida
5. Michigan
6. Auburn
7. North Carolina State
8. Ohio State
9. Indiana
10. Louisville
11. Southern California
12. Stanford
13. Arizona
14. Missouri
15. North Carolina
16. Tennessee
17. Virginia Tech
18. Harvard
19. Wisconsin
20. Utah
21. Iowa
22. Minnesota
23. Alabama
24. Penn State
25. Virginia
Also receiving votes: Florida State, Princeton, South Carolina, Texas A&M, Yale
CSCAA NCAA Men’s Division I Swimming and Diving Team Poll Committee
Chair: Bill Roberts, United States Naval Academy; Chad Craddock, University of Maryland Baltimore County; Braden Holloway/Gary Taylor, North Carolina State University; Jeff Commings, Swimming World Magazine; McGee Moody, University of South Carolina; Vic Riggs, West Virginia University; Dan Ross, Purdue University; Brian Schrader, University of Denver; Dorsey Tierney-Walker, Arizona State University
 
 

 

February 16, 2015 Division I Women's Team Rankings
Monday, 16 February 2015 00:00




CSCAA NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Team Ranking Supported by TYR
The College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Division I Team Rankings are compiled by nine CSCAA-member coaches and one media member.   This is the final ranking of women’s teams for the 2014-15 season. 
The CSCAA DI Poll Committee will produce in-season rankings of the 25 best performing NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving teams in rank order at the time of each poll.  The poll is not designed to predict the results of the NCAA Championship, but rather which teams would win head-to-head against other teams in the country. Rankings are based on performances that have taken place since the previous poll and include invites as well as dual meets.  

CSCAA NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Ranking as of February 16, 2015
1. California
2. Georgia
3. Stanford
4. Florida
5. Texas A&M
6. Texas
7. Auburn
8. Virginia
9. North Carolina
10. Tennessee
11. Arizona
12. Southern California
13. North Carolina State
14. Minnesota
15. Indiana
16. UCLA
17. Michigan
18. Missouri
19. Louisiana State
20. Louisville
21. Purdue
22. Ohio State
23. Southern Methodist
24. Wisconsin
25. San Diego State University
Also receiving votes: Arizona State, Florida Gulf Coast, Kentucky, Penn State, Rice
 
A NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Team Ranking Committee
Chair: Matt Barany, University of Richmond; Dan Colella, Duke University; Roric Fink, University of Texas; Naya HigashijimaUCLA; Kristin Hill, Boise State University; Sue Novitsky, University of Illinois; Katie Robinson, Tulane; Brian Smith, University of Georgia; Suzanne Yee, Princeton University; Jeff Commings 
  

 

February 5, 2015 Division I Men's Team Rankings
Thursday, 05 February 2015 00:00




CSCAA NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving Team Rankings Supported by TYR
The College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Division I Team Rankings are compiled by CSCAA-member coaches and one media member.  The rankings will be released on a weekly basis throughout the 2014-15 season, alternating weeks between a men’s and women’s team ranking.
The CSCAA DI Poll Committee will produce in-season rankings of the 25 best performing NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving teams in rank order at the time of each poll.  The poll is not designed to predict the results of the NCAA Championship, but rather which teams would win head-to-head against other teams in the country. Ranking are based on performances that have taken place since the previous poll and include invites as well as dual meets.   

CSCAA NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving Ranking as of February 5, 2015 
1. Florida
2. Texas
3. North Carolina State
4. Harvard
5. Auburn
6. Michigan
7. California
8. Georgia
9. Ohio State
10. Princeton
11. Louisville
12. Stanford
13. Tennessee
14. Texas A&M
15. Indiana
16. North Carolina
17. Missouri
18. (Tie) Arizona
18. (Tie) Minnesota
20. Virginia Tech
21. Iowa
22. Southern California
23. Wisconsin
24. Yale
25. Utah
Also receiving votes: Florida State, Notre Dame, Purdue, Virginia,
 
CSCAA NCAA Men’s Division I Swimming and Diving Team Poll Committee
Chair: Bill Roberts, United States Naval Academy; Chad Craddock, University of Maryland Baltimore County; Braden Holloway/Gary Taylor, North Carolina State University; Jeff Commings, Swimming World Magazine; McGee Moody, University of South Carolina; Vic Riggs, West Virginia University; Dan Ross, Purdue University; Brian Schrader, University of Denver; Dorsey Tierney-Walker, Arizona State University
 

 

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