Cal Closes Dual Season at #1

Cal Closes Dual Season at #1

With a 136-105 win over Pac 12 Rival Stanford, the California men's swimming and diving team was voted to the top spot in the final CSCAA / TYR Top 25.  Cal ended the season 5-0. Seniors Ryan Murphy, Hunter Cobleigh, Jon Fiepke, Dillian Williams and Long Guiterrez going a combined 27-1 over their four year careers with the lone setback being a 148.5-19.5 loss to USC last season.

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Assembling Teams - it IS Rocket Science

Assembling Teams - it IS Rocket Science

In assembling your team are you looking beyond times and height?  What about the psychological role an athlete can add to your team?  That's how NASA thinks.  “…We assume that astronauts are
intelligent, that they’re experts in their technical areas, and that they have at least some
teamwork skills. What’s tricky is how well individuals combine.”

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Record Number of Teams Named Fall Scholar All-America

Record Number of Teams Named Fall Scholar All-America

A record 638 teams, representing 394 institutions have been named College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Scholar All-America Teams.  The awards are in recognition of teams’ that achieved a grade point average of 3.0 or higher during the 2016 Fall Semester.  Ninety-one additional teams and thirty-six more institutions achieved the honor compared to a year ago.

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Texas Women Jump to #1 Cal Continues to Lead Men

Texas Women Jump to #1 Cal Continues to Lead Men

Following a dominating 171-124 win over then-number two Georgia, the University of Texas women's swimming and diving team has been voted number one in the latest CSCAA TYR Top 25 Swimming and Diving Poll.   It is the first number-one ranking for the Longhorns in Head Coach Carol Capitani's tenure and drops Stanford University to second and Georgia to third.  Virginia rounded out the top four.

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New Year, Same Top Five in Division III Poll

While the calendar has a new month and year on it, there is no change in the latest CSCAA / TYR Top 25 Division III Swimming & Diving Poll.

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Emory University's remained atop the women's dual meet poll followed by Denison, Kenyon, Williams and Washington University.  Those five remained unchanged from the December 11th poll.

On the men's side, Denison continued to lead the poll by a mere three points over Emory.  Kenyon, MIT, Johns Hopkins and Washington University rounded out the top six - all unchanged from the previous poll  

The next polls will be released February 1, 2017

Men's Regional Polls

Central

1 Denison, 2 Kenyon, 3 Chicago, 4 Albion, 5 Calvin, 6 Rose Hulman, 7 Depauw, 8 UW Stevens Point, 9 Carthage, 10 Wheaton

West-Midwest-South
1 Emory, 2 Johns Hopkins, 3 Washington, 4 Pomona-Pitzer, 5 C-M-S, 6 Washington & Lee, 7 Mary Washington, 8 Birmingham Southern, 9 Whitworth, 10 Trinity (TX)

Northeast-North
1 MIT, 2 New York, 3 Williams College, 4 Amherst College, 5 Tufts, 6 Connecticut College, 7 RPI, 8 WPI, 9 U.S. Coast Guard Academy, 10 Bates College

Northeast-South
1 Carnegie Mellon, 2 TCNJ, 3 Rowan, 4 Stevens, 5 Gettysburg College, 6 SUNY-Geneseo, 7 University of Rochester, 8 Swarthmore College, 9 Ithaca College, 10 Ursinus College

Women's Regional Polls

Central. 

1. Denison, 2. Kenyon, 3. Chicago, 4. St. Thomas, 5. Wheaton, 6. Albion, 7. Depauw, 8. Calvin, 9. Carthage, 10. UW Eau Claire

West-Midwest-South

1. Emory, 2. Washington, 3. Johns Hopkins, 4. Washington & Lee, 5. C-M-S, 6. Pomona-Pitzer, 7. Mary Washington, 8. Rhodes, 9. Pacific Lutheran, 10. Centre

Northeast-North

1. Williams, 2. New York, 3. Amherst, 4. MIT, 5. Connecticut, 6. RPI, 7. Middlebury, 8. Bates, 9. Bowdoin, 10. Tufts

Northeast-South

1. Carnegie Mellon, 2. Rochester, 3. Ithaca, 4. Stevens, 5. SUNY-Geneseo, 6. Ursinus, 7. Grove City, 8. TCNJ, 9. Rowan, 10. Susquehanna
            
            
            
            
            
            

Division III - Women

Also Receiving Votes

Mary Washington 22, Middlebury 20, SUNY Geneseo 7, Ursinus 6, UW-Eau Claire 3, Carthage 2

Division III - Men

Also Receiving Votes:
Washington & Lee 22, Worcester Polytechnic Institute 22, Mary Washington 10, SUNY Geneseo 10, Wheaton (IL) 10, Case Western Reserve 8, Swarthmore 4, Birmingham Southern 1