2018 CIF Central Coast Section Psych Sheets Are Out

2018 California Interscholastic Federation Central Coast Section Swimming & Diving Championships

  • Diving: Boys: Friday, May 11, 2018/Girls: Saturday, May 12, 2018
  • Swimming: Friday, May 11-Saturday, May 12, 2018
  • Location: Santa Clara International Swim Center
  • Defending Champions: Palo Alto (g)/Bellarmine (b), – Results
  • Live Results: Available (will update when link becomes available)
  • Championship Central
  • 2018 Psych Sheet

The psych sheet for the CIF Central Coast Section Championships is out. The meet takes place next weekend, with divers competing on Friday morning (boys) and Saturday morning (girls), and swimmers competing in the afternoons (Friday at 2:00 pm for prelims, Saturday at 2:00 pm for finals).

In the girls’ meet, Palo Alto is seeded first in the 200 medley and 200 free relays, while Saint Francis comes in with the fastest time in the 400 free relay. Mitty senior Cathy Teng leads the qualifiers in the 100 free as well as the 200 free. Leland senior Hannah Womer is first in the 200 IM and 100 fly.

Brooke Schaffer of Saint Francis tops the 50 free qualifiers, while her teammate Nicole Oliva posted the fastest qualifying time in the 500 free by 6 seconds. Valley Christian’s Mai McKenna is #1 seed in the 100 back; Harkness senior Vivian Wang leads the field in the breast.

Junipero Serra posted the fastest qualifying time in the boys’ medley relay; Bellarmine is the top seed in both freestyle relays. Ethan Hu of Harkness leads the qualifiers in the 200 IM and 100 fly. The other double #1 is Bellarmine senior Nathan Yates, who tops the field in the 50 free and 100 back.

Max Saunders comes in with the fastest time in the 100 free while Dylan Hawk of Los Gatos ranks first among 200 freestylers. Westmont senior Daniel Blake is the top qualifier in the 500 free by 6 seconds. Serra’s Alec Cullen is at the top of the list of breaststroke qualifiers.

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 be achieved in Finals of the Section Championships. All times must be recorded on “Fully Automatic Timing” systems (FAT). No hand times will be accepted.

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

CIF State Meet Qualifying Time Standards (Times must be obtained at Section Championship meet in individual events. No relay lead-off times permitted.)

  GIRLS Event BOYS  
Consideration Auto   Auto Consideration
1:50.85 1:47.71 200 Medley Relay 1:36.49 1:38.50
1:55.10 1:52.08 200 free 1:40.83 1:43.32
2:09.34 2:05.34 200 IM 1:53.31 1:55.82
24.43 23.94 50 Free 21.25 21.66
57.92 56.10 100 Fly 50.02 51.62
53.48 52.13 100 Free 46.49 47.69
5:11.30 5:00.69 500 Free 4:34.85 4:40.69
1:41.58 1:37.54 200 Free Relay 1:26.33 1:29.49
58.36 56.73 100 Back 51.27 52.91
1:06.15 1:04.33 100 Breast 57.61 59.19
3:37.40 3:33.39 400 Free Relay 3:09.67 3:13.63



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4 years ago

When you say CIF SS can send 5 swimmers, does that mean 2 Div I, 1 Div II, 1 Div III, & 1 Div IV swimmer/event?

Reply to  Phil
4 years ago

The southern section consolidates results from all 4 divisions and selections are based on those results. Each division is not guaranteed a spot

Reply to  Pinodee
4 years ago

IV is the slowest. I could placed in division 4 still and I swam 40 years ago. Not saying some kids are not fast in 4 but they have less year round swimmers.

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