547 Swimming and Diving Teams Named CSCAA Scholar All-Americans

The College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) have released their list of 547 “Scholar All-America” teams for the fall semester. That number is up 40 teams from last year’s fall semester.

Over 70% of all Division I teams made the list, which requires teams to achieve GPAs of 3.00 or higher. The women of Boise State University led the way among DI programs with a collective 3.64.

“The entire environment around the Boise State University athletic program has been about pushing every metric of student athlete performance,” said Broncos head coach Jeremy Kipp. “From the beginning of the year, our captains– Karli Kriewall, Blake Balough, and Sam Wicks— committed the team to a 3.5 GPA.”

Founded in 1922, the College Swimming Coaches Association of America is the oldest professional organization of college coaches in America.  The CSCAA is dedicated to serving and providing leadership for the advancement of the sport of swimming and diving at the collegiate level.

“We really are fortunate to work with the best of the best,” said Joel Shinofield, CSCAA’s executive director. “In reality, some would argue that swimmers and divers have some of the most demanding practice schedules, but we find that in most cases their athletic drive and academic goals simply reinforce one another.”

Fall 2015 CSCAA Scholar All-Americans:

 

Women’s Teams

Division I

3.14 Akron
3.61 Alabama
3.52 American
3.42 Arizona
3.22 Arizona State
3.56 Arkansas
3.16 Auburn
3.62 Ball State
3.24 Binghamton
3.64 Boise State
3.23 Boston College
3.39 Boston University
3.63 Bowling Green
3.29 Brigham Young
3.50 Brown
3.00 Bryant
3.41 Bucknell
3.23 Buffalo
3.49 Butler
3.21 Cal State Bakersfield
3.38 California
3.47 Campbell
3.52 Cincinnati
3.21 Clemson
3.23 Cleveland State
3.37 Colgate
3.28 Colorado State
3.34 Columbia
3.38 Connecticut
3.39 Cornell
3.50 Dartmouth
3.25 Davidson
3.57 Denver
3.55 Drexel
3.41 Duke
3.42 Duquesne
3.33 East Carolina
3.52 Eastern Illinois
3.17 Eastern Michigan
3.50 Evansville
3.32 Florida
3.11 Florida Atlantic
3.34 Florida Gulf Coast
3.32 Florida International
3.38 Fordham
3.34 Fresno State
3.48 Gardner-Webb
3.33 George Washington
3.42 Georgetown
3.17 Georgia
3.38 Georgia Southern
3.13 Georgia Tech
3.63 Grand Canyon
3.48 Harvard
3.27 Hawaii
3.26 Houston
3.35 Idaho
3.36 Illinois
3.39 Illinois State
3.22 Illinois-Chicago
3.53 Incarnate Word
3.32 Indiana
3.58 Iona
3.20 Iowa State
3.17 James Madison
3.56 Kentucky
3.48 La Salle
3.29 Lafayette
3.12 Lehigh
3.47 Liberty
3.46 Little Rock
3.19 LIU-Brooklyn
3.21 Louisiana State
3.46 Louisville
3.52 Loyola (MD)
3.38 Loyola Marymount
3.02 Manhattan
3.25 Marist
3.56 Marshall
3.37 Miami (FL)
3.33 Miami (OH)
3.40 Michigan
3.38 Michigan State
3.28 Minnesota
3.61 Missouri
3.08 Monmouth (NJ)
3.13 Mount St. Mary’s
3.58 Nebraska
3.38 Nevada
3.06 New Hampshire
3.28 New Mexico State
3.37 Niagara
3.06 North Carolina
3.30 North Carolina State
3.51 North Dakota
3.55 North Texas
3.18 Northeastern
3.31 Northern Colorado
3.41 Northern Iowa
3.41 Northwestern
3.53 Oakland
3.44 Ohio
3.29 Ohio State
3.24 Old Dominion
3.37 Penn
3.40 Penn State
3.28 Pepperdine
3.17 Pittsburgh
Pending Princeton
3.35 Providence
3.36 Purdue
3.14 Rhode Island
3.49 Rice
3.39 Richmond
3.23 Rider
3.28 Rutgers
3.32 Sacred Heart
3.16 Saint Francis (PA)
3.35 San Diego
3.31 San Jose State
3.55 Seattle
3.46 Seton Hall
3.45 Siena
3.33 South Dakota
3.19 South Dakota State
3.23 Southern Cal
3.42 Southern Illinois
3.43 Southern Methodist
3.48 Stanford
3.34 Tennessee
3.29 Texas
3.16 Texas A&M
3.18 Towson
3.49 Tulane
3.15 UC-Davis
3.32 UCLA
3.14 UC-Santa Barbara
3.41 UMBC
3.28 UNC-Asheville
3.37 UNLV
3.21 Utah
3.21 Vermont
3.38 Villanova
3.34 Virginia Tech
3.62 Wagner
3.27 West Virginia
3.24 William & Mary
3.25 Wisconsin
3.50 Xavier
3.58 Yale

Division II

3.15 Assumption
3.33 Bentley
3.23 Cal Baptist
3.37 Cal State East Bay
3.62 Carson-Newman
3.34 Catawba
3.47 Clarion
3.30 Colorado Mesa
3.18 Colorado- Mines
3.24 Converse
3.16 Davis & Elkins
3.15 Edinboro
3.32 Findlay
3.59 Florida Southern
3.42 Florida Tech
3.21 Grand Valley
3.02 Henderson State
3.22 Hillsdale
3.35 Indianapolis
3.16 Kutztown
3.39 Lenoir-Rhyne
3.33 Lewis
3.41 Limestone
3.43 Lindenwood
3.75 LIU-Post
3.71 Lynn
3.63 Maryville
3.29 Minnesota-Mankato
3.08 Nebraska at Kearney
3.62 Northern State
3.03 Notre Dame (Ohio)
3.24 Nova Southeastern
3.52 Ouachita Baptist
3.32 Pace
3.46 Queens (NC)
3.11 Saginaw Valley State
3.48 Saint Cloud
3.48 Saint Leo
3.21 Saint Michael’s
3.30 Saint Rose
3.07 Shippensburg
3.26 Tampa
3.46 Truman State
3.00 UC-San Diego
3.57 Urbana
3.31 Wayne State
3.37 West Florida
3.37 Western State
3.34 Wheeling Jesuit
3.33 William Jewell

NAIA

3.26 Azusa Pacific
3.25 Brenau
3.19 Columbia College
3.20 Concoridia-Irvine
3.33 Cumberlands
3.28 Emmanuel
3.24 Lindenwood-Belleville
3.46 Lindsey Wilson
3.41 Olivet Nazarene
3.24 SCAD
3.43 Tabor
3.66 Union (KY)

NJCAA

3.41 Indian River
3.26 Southwestern Oregon

Division III

3.43 Albion
3.16 Alfred
3.10 Allegheny
3.24 Arcadia
3.10 Augsburg
3.27 Austin College
3.35 Baldwin-Wallace
3.47 Bard
3.46 Bates
3.69 Beloit
3.23 Berry
3.32 Brandeis
3.38 Calvin
3.34 Carleton
3.40 Carnegie Mellon
3.45 Carthage
3.49 Case Western
3.27 Catholic
3.54 Chapman
3.37 Chatham
3.51 Chicago
3.41 Clark University
3.38 C-M-S
3.62 Colorado College
3.66 Connecticut College
3.32 Denison
3.31 DePauw
3.29 Dickinson
3.32 Elms College
3.43 Emory & Henry
3.51 Emory University
3.22 Franklin
3.21 Franklin & Marshall
3.16 Gettysburg
3.24 Goucher
3.43 Grinnell
3.15 Grove City
3.44 Gustavus
3.45 Hamilton
3.05 Hartwick
3.23 Hendrix
3.43 Hiram
3.13 Hollins
3.32 Ithaca
3.07 John Carroll
3.34 Johns Hopkins
3.41 Kalamazoo
3.38 Keene State
3.56 Kenyon
3.50 Kings (PA)
3.53 Knox
3.27 La Verne
3.17 Lake Forest
3.42 Lawrence
3.36 Lewis and Clark
3.03 Loras
3.43 Luther
3.32 Lycoming
3.27 Macalester
3.10 Manchester
3.34 Mary Washington
3.45 MIT
3.61 McDaniel
3.53 Messiah
3.05 Minnesota-Morris
3.71 Mount Holyoke
3.55 Mount Union
3.41 Nazareth
3.58 Nebraska Wesleyan
3.48 New England
3.46 New York University
3.30 Oberlin
3.12 Oneonta State
3.55 Pacific Lutheran
3.20 Penn State-Behrend
3.38 Pomona-Pitzer
3.44 Principia
3.41 Redlands
3.28 Regis
3.27 Rhode Island College
3.67 Ripon
3.50 Rochester
3.34 Roger Williams
3.27 Rose-Hulman
3.34 RPI
3.37 Saint Benedict
3.05 Saint Joseph [CT]
3.30 Saint Olaf
3.40 Salisbury
3.49 Sarah Lawrence
3.46 Simmons
3.47 Simpson
3.64 Skidmore
3.61 Smith
3.24 Southwestern
3.52 Springfield
3.32 Staten Island
3.36 Stevens
3.23 SUNY-Geneseo
3.15 SUNY-New Paltz
3.25 SUNY-Oswego
3.41 Susquehanna
3.28 Swarthmore
3.51 Sweet Briar
3.03 Transylvania
3.40 Trinity (CT)
3.47 Trinity (TX)
3.43 Tufts
3.09 UMASS-Dartmouth
3.33 Union (NY)
3.36 Ursinus
3.51 UW-La Crosse
3.54 Vassar
3.42 Wash & Jefferson
3.42 Washington and Lee
3.40 Washington (MD)
3.49 WashU
3.44 Wellesley
3.47 Wesleyan
3.28 Western New England
3.21 Westfield State
3.21 Westminster
3.48 Whitman
3.35 Whittier
3.61 Widener
3.13 Willamette
3.24 William Paterson
3.02 Wittenberg
3.38 Wooster
3.17 York (Pa.)

Men’s Teams

Division I

3.38 Alabama
3.09 American
3.13 Arizona State
3.12 Auburn
3.17 Ball State
3.00 Binghamton
3.14 Boston College
3.27 Boston University
3.29 Brigham Young
3.39 Brown
3.14 Bryant
3.10 Buffalo
3.08 Cal State Bakersfield
3.14 Cincinnati
3.17 Colgate
3.32 Columbia
3.02 Cornell
3.25 Dartmouth
3.33 Davidson
3.38 Denver
3.17 Drexel
3.18 Duke
3.28 Eastern Illinois
3.23 Eastern Michigan
3.29 Evansville
3.00 Florida
3.11 Florida Atlantic
3.28 Fordham
3.38 Gardner-Webb
3.39 Georgetown
3.19 Georgia
3.15 Georgia Tech
3.34 Grand Canyon
3.47 Harvard
3.26 Hawaii
3.13 Illinois-Chicago
3.19 Incarnate Word
3.02 Indiana
3.07 Iowa
3.27 Kentucky
3.12 Lafayette
3.19 Lehigh
3.14 Louisiana State
3.07 Louisville
3.22 Loyola (MD)
3.04 Manhattan
3.07 Marist
3.30 Miami (OH)
3.23 Michigan
3.28 Michigan State
3.17 Minnesota
3.28 Missouri
3.41 Missouri State
3.02 Monmouth (NJ)
3.10 Niagara
3.15 North Carolina
3.18 North Carolina State
3.43 North Dakota
3.15 Northwestern
3.12 Notre Dame
3.36 Oakland
3.10 Ohio State
3.01 Old Dominion
3.36 Penn
3.00 Penn State
3.08 Pittsburgh
Pending Princeton
3.19 Providence
3.06 Purdue
3.25 Rider
3.12 Seattle
3.25 South Dakota State
3.04 Southern Cal
3.18 Southern Illinois
3.34 Southern Methodist
3.30 Stanford
3.10 Tennessee
3.04 Texas
3.10 UNLV
3.30 Villanova
3.08 Virginia Tech
3.03 Wisconsin
3.12 Xavier
3.43 Yale

 

Division II

3.15 Bentley
3.03 Cal Baptist
3.11 Carson-Newman
3.25 Catawba
3.39 Colorado – Mines
3.19 Davis & Elkins
3.02 Findlay
3.46 Florida Southern
3.13 Florida Tech
3.13 Grand Valley
3.35 Indianapolis
3.09 Lenoir-Rhyne
3.09 Lewis
3.48 Limestone
3.32 Lindenwood
3.15 Missouri S&T
3.31 Pace
3.20 Queens (NC)
3.42 Rollins
3.39 Saint Leo
3.07 Saint Michael’s
3.14 Tampa
3.18 Truman State
3.64 Urbana
3.00 Wheeling Jesuit
3.19 William Jewell

 

NAIA – Men

3.02 Concoridia-Irvine
3.02 Cumberlands
3.31 Emmanuel
3.21 Lindenwood-Belleville
3.50 Lindsey Wilson
3.06 Morningside
3.39 SCAD
3.11 Tabor
3.16 Union (KY)

NJCAA – Men

3.13 Indian River
3.39 Southwestern Oregon

 

Division III

3.36 Albion
3.28 Alfred
3.04 Allegheny
3.55 Bard
3.27 Bates
3.39 Beloit
3.16 Brandeis
3.26 Calvin
3.30 Carleton
3.39 Carnegie Mellon
3.30 Carthage
3.21 Case Western
3.13 Catholic
3.15 Chapman
3.15 Chatham
3.31 Chicago
3.19 Clark University
3.27 C-M-S
3.19 Clark
3.63 Colorado College
3.35 Connecticut College
3.07 Denison
3.04 DePauw
3.28 Dickinson
3.17 Elms College
3.56 Emory University
3.11 Gettysburg
3.24 Grinnell
3.24 Gustavus
3.31 Hamilton
3.18 Hendrix
3.36 Hiram
3.12 Illinois Tech
3.10 Ithaca
3.09 John Carroll
3.38 Johns Hopkins
3.10 Kalamazoo
3.07 Keene State
3.40 Kenyon
3.16 Knox
3.24 La Verne
3.27 Lewis and Clark
3.01 Luther
3.37 Macalester
3.60 MIT
3.43 McDaniel
3.37 Mount Union
3.10 Nazareth
3.33 Nebraska Wesleyan
3.24 New York University
3.02 Oberlin
3.13 Pacific Lutheran
3.45 Pomona & Pitzer
3.60 Principia
3.38 Regis
3.30 Rochester
3.37 Rose-Hulman
3.03 RPI
3.03 Saint Olaf
3.22 Sarah Lawrence
3.13 Seton Hall 3.15 Simpson 3.12 Southwestern 3.27 Springfield 3.10 Staten Island 3.13 Stevens 3.17 SUNY-Geneseo 3.31 Swarthmore 3.13 Transylvania 3.09 Trinity (CT) 3.23 Tufts 3.11 Union (NY) 3.05 Ursinus 3.41 Vassar 3.17 Wabash 3.28 Washington & Lee 3.19 Washington (MD) 3.39 WashU 3.32 Wesleyan 3.06 Westminster 3.37 Whitman 3.00 Whittier 3.18 Whitworth 3.29 Wilkes 3.03 Willamette

 

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I think you missed Seton Hall University in the Division 1 category. For Fall 2015 the women’s team had a GPA of 3.471 and the men’s team had a GPA of 3.159, (see the Seton Hall Athletic website). CSCAA data also shows that 100% of the Women’s and Men’s Swimming & Diving Teams in the Big East Conference achieved CSCAA Team Scholar All American.

Hello Ron, thanks for your note. We’ll ask the CSCAA if they’ve updated the list – these lists were posted exactly as released by the CSCAA, and it would be up to them to make amendments, as it’s there award. We’ll update if they do! Appreciate you pointing this out so we can follow up!

Thanks Braden. Please find below the link to the CSCAA website that provides the list of Team Scholar All American Swimming & Diving Teams. You’ll notice that Seton Hall is listed here but somehow didn’t make your list above. Hope this helps.

Here’s the link:
http://www.cscaa.org/news/2016126/rigorous-schedules-lead-to-rigorous-results

Hi Ron, was able to confirm with the CSCAA that Seton Hall was added after it was sent out to the media, we’ll update our list now.

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