For the second-straight year, the Stanford Cardinal conclude the dual meet season atop the Division I Women's CSCAA / TYR Top 25.
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
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The Stanford women and NC State men enter the conference championship season ranked number one in the latest CSCAA / TYR Top 25.
A week out of the conference championships, the Queens University of Charlotte Men and Drury University Women remained atop the CSCAA/TYR NCAA Division II Swimming & Diving Poll. The Royals have held onto the top spot in the men's poll since November 16th while the Panther women have held onto number one since the season's first poll
Entering the Conference Championship Season, the Denison University Men and Emory University women remain atop the CSCAA / TYR Top 25 Division III Swimming & Diving Poll. The two teams have occupied the top spot since the season's first poll back in October.
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.
The CSCAA is now accepting applications for the Jean Freeman Scholarship.
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.