The CSCAA is excited to welcome longtime swimming industry insider Matt Zimmer as Director of Operations. Zimmer comes to CSCAA with over 25 years of sales and marketing experience in the swim industry. This new role is part of the organization’s expansion and will allow CSCAA to further provide support and resources at every level of intercollegiate swimming and diving.Read More
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Women's Meet: Sunday, March 20, 2016-
Teams- Open to all NCAA Member Institution Women's Teams
Men's Meet: Sunday, March 27, 2016-
Teams- Open to all NCAA Member Institution Men's Teams
Location: Georgia Tech Campus Rec. Center, McAuley Aquatic Center
Time: Doors open 8:00 a.m.; Warm-up 8:30 a.m.; Meet Start: 10:00 a.m.
Full Meet Information Available Here
Meet Contact: Andy Robins
Assistant Swimming Coach, Georgia Tech
Thank you to Georgia Tech for hosting both meets!
NCAA Division III Management Council Subcommittee for Legislative Relief Approves Blanket Waiver for NCAA Bylaw 17.02.1.1 (athletically related activities).
April 30, 2015.
The NCAA Division III Management Council Subcommittee for Legislative Relief approved a blanket waiver to allow Division III men’s and women’s swimming student-athletes who have achieved a 2016 United States (U.S.) Olympic Team Trials qualifying time to continue to receive coaching instruction from their collegiate coaches through the U.S. Olympic Trials, beginning June 26, 2016. For student-athletes who have not achieved an Olympic Trials qualifying time by March 20, 2016, (the day following the conclusion of the 2016 NCAA Division III Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving Championships), the waiver permits Division III swimming coaches to continue providing coaching instruction from March 20, 2016, through events ending May 8, 2016. To qualify for this portion of the waiver, a student-athlete must achieve a time within one percent for events 200 meters/yards or longer and two percent for events 100 meters/yards or shorter of either the long course meters or short course yards time standards for the 2015 Senior National Championships. This portion also allows an institution to provide a qualifying student-athlete with expenses to participate in a meet until May 8, 2016. In order for student-athletes to continue to be coached by his or her collegiate coach beyond May 8, student-athletes must achieve an Olympic Trials qualifying time no later than May 8. In issuing this waiver, the subcommittee noted the elite and unique nature of the U.S. Olympic Trials