We asked athletic directors and sport supervisors how they evaluated their swimming and diving coaches. Here are the five biggest takeaways from those conversations.
The Queens University of Charlotte Men and Drury University Women remained atop the third CSCAA/TYR NCAA Division II and III Swimming & Diving Poll.
Following the Thanksgiving break, the Denison University Men and Emory University women remain atop the CSCAA / TYR Top 25 Division III Swimming & Diving Poll.
The fourth CSCAA / TYR Top 25 of the college swimming & diving proved the most volitale.
Fans are encouraged to vote for the SwimOutlet.com CSCAA Coach-of-the-Month. The monthly awards recognize coaches who have experienced tremendous success over the past month. Fans account for 1/3 of the selection process and can vote via Twitter through Midnight (EST) on Tuesday, November 29th.
For the first time in the 2016-17 season there was no change at the top of the CSCAA TYR Top 25 Swimming and Diving Rankings, but there was monumental change elsewhere. For the second-consecutive poll, the North Carolina State men and Stanford women led the way.
One thing that was vital at UND was the advance warning. In conversations with other Olympic sports organizations there is a growing fear that the Spring of 2017 could be a frightful one for our sports.
Change marked the second CSCAA/TYR NCAA Division II and III Swimming & Diving Poll. Eighty-four of the top 100 teams changed positions, including a new number one among Division II men.