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Head Coach

Media Relations Contact

College/University President

Athletic Director

Faculty Athletic Representative

Note: An FAR is a member of the faculty who serves as a liaison between the institution and the athletics department. The FAR cannot be a member of your athletic department.

Page 2 - Applicants

To be eligible for the CSCAA Scholar-All America Award, must have achieved both academic and athletic excellence.  To be eligible, students must:
  • Have achieved a minimum grade point average of 3.50 or higher. (cumulative or for the semester/ quarter that coincides with their respective national championship);
  • Be in good academic and disciplinary standing with their team and institution throughout the entire season;
  • Be nominated by a current CSCAA member or their designee by the entry deadline
  • Achieved one of the following athletic criteria:
    • Have participated in the National Championships (for first team);
    • Achieved an individual NCAA 'B' Standard (for second team / honorable mention); or
    • Participated in a NCAA Zone/Regional Diving Qualifier.
Note: Individuals achieving "B" standards as a part of a relay, but did not participate in the national championships and divers who qualified for, but did not participate in their respective qualifying meet are not eligible.

Only those students who have met the athletic component of the Scholar All-America Award are listed below



Submission of Your Scholar All-America application does not guarantee approval.  Each application is subject to verification by your academic officials.  Teams may not publicize receipt of Scholar All-America until the CSCAA announces the award winners in early June.

You will be asked to review and confirm your application on the next page. 

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