The CSCAA has named MIT’s John Benedick as its 2019 Franklin Award Winner. Benedick will be recognized at the 59th Annual CSCAA Awards Banquet on May 6, 2019.Read More
One of the perks of working Pete Casares’ swim camp is that each week he takes you to go get fresh Maine lobster. They’ve got those big tanks where you get to choose your crustacean. What you don’t do though is let your kids near the tank because the next thing you know they’ve given each lobster a name.
Now that lobster isn’t dinner. It’s a character from the Little Mermaid. The voice of today’s student-athlete is stronger than ever.
The Executive Board of the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) has named Nancy Bigelow as its 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award winner. Bigelow will be recognized at the 59th Annual CSCAA Awards Banquet on May 6, 2019 in Myrtle Beach.Read More
Hartnell College in Salinas, California will reinstate men’s and women’s swimming and diving. The decision will bring the CCCAA up to fifty men’s and fifty-seven women’s programs and follows a years worth of research by the college.Read More
The College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA), on behalf of Division I swimming & diving, is calling on the NCAA Council to exempt swimming and diving from Proposal 2018-93 when it comes up for a vote this week.Read More
The College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America has selected 274 swimmers and divers to its Division I All-America team. Four teams each had twelve first-team selections. They included the Stanford women along with the men's teams of Indiana, Texas and California.Read More
Brad Shively of Washington University in Saint Louis and Jess Book of Kenyon College have been named CSCAA Division III Swimming Coaches-of-the-Year for men and women respectively. The duo were selected by their peers following the 2019 NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving Championships in Greensboro, NC. Chicago's Becky Benson was named women's Diving Coach-of-the-Year while Lake Forest's Nathan Lightman took home the men's honor.Read More
Salem College will add a women's swimming program, with Tim Hillen being named head coach. In doing so, Salem becomes the fourteenth institution to add the sport in time for the 2019-20 season. At present, twenty-one new teams (twelve men, nine women) will dive into competition next Fall.Read More
The College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) have selected Kristin Walker, Daniel Dozier, Mona Groteguth, Alice McCall, Nathan Hardingand Daniel Burke.to receive the Jean Freeman Scholarship. The scholarships are given annually to six assistant coaches whose exceptional contributions have brought recognition to their college or university, and whose leadership, integrity, honesty, competitive attitude and personal graciousness epitomize those characteristics reflected by Jean Freeman, longtime women's swimming coach at the University of Minnesota.Read More
Queens University of Charlotte's Polina Lapshina and Marius Kusch lead the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA)'s Division II All-America team. The pair were named women's and men's swimmers of the year and join 259 other swimmers and divers from forty institutions on the list. The CSCAA also selected an additional 133 student-athletes from an additional ten schools to its honorable mention team.Read More