2017 CIF Southern Section Overview – Psych Sheets released

2017 California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section Swimming & Diving Championships

The CIF-Southern Section psych sheets are out for all four divisions. Diving takes place on Monday and Tuesday, while swimming prelims and finals begin on Wednesday and run through Saturday afternoon. Division I tends to include the largest, mostly public, schools, while Division IV is made up of smaller schools.

Schedule

Mon 5/8 Tue 5/9 Wed 5/10 Thu 5/11 Fri 5/12 Sat 5/13
8:30 D2 boys diving 8:30 D1 boys diving 9am D4 swim prelims 9am D1 swim prelims 9am D2 swim prelims 8:30 State diving qualif (top 16 b&g)
1pm D2 girls diving 1pm D1 girls diving 11am D2 swim finals
5pm D3 b&g diving 5pm D4 b&g diving 4pm D3 swim prelims 5pm D3 swim finals 5pm D4 swim finals 5pm D1 swim finals

Psych Sheets

CIF State Meet Qualifying Standards

As a reminder, the various California Sections may send swimmers and divers to the State Meet, using the following formula for each event:

  • CIF Southern 5
  • CIF North Coast 3
  • San Diego 3
  • CIF Sac-Joaquin 3
  • CIF Central Coast 3
  • CIF Central 2
  • CIF Los Angeles 2
  • CIF Northern 1
  • CIF San Francisco 1
  • CIF Oakland 1

At-Large Entries

Swimming: Once allocated automatic qualifying spots from each section are filled, sections may enter additional competitors provided they have met or bettered the “At-Large” Automatic or Consideration standard for their event in their Section Meet that qualifies athletes for the CIF State Swimming & Diving Championships. In the event that there are not 40 automatic qualifiers, consideration times will be used to fill each event to 40 qualifiers/relay teams. “At-Large” qualifying times must achieved in Finals of the Section Championships.

Diving: No At Large Qualifiers. Each section will get one additional entry for diving.

 

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How does the South Section divvy up its 5 automatic spots among the Divisions?

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