Mills Women, Principia Men Tally Highest GPA’s In Division 3

The College Swim Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) announced their NCAA Division III Scholar All-America Teams this morning, along with Division I, Division II, NAIA, and NJCAA Scholar All-America Teams. As a whole, more than 600 teams representing 416 institutions earned team GPA’s over 3.00 for the spring semester.

The highest GPA of the NCAA Division III teams was Mills’ (GA) women’s team. They led the division with an incredible 3.72 team GPA. The men were not far behind, however. The Principia men’s program had the highest GPA on the men’s side with a a 3.66.

Below are all of the teams honored for the spring semester of 2015 by the CSCAA:

 Division III – Women

3.72 Mills
3.70 Springfield
3.67 Colorado
3.67 Messiah
3.67 Hamilton
3.66 Connecticut College
3.64 Beloit
3.63 Salisbury
3.63 Hope
3.62 Mount Holyoke
3.61 Trinity (CT)
3.60 Saint Mary’s (MD)
3.59 SUNY-Brockport
3.58 McDaniel
3.58 Pomona-Pitzer
3.58 Vassar
3.58 Stevenson
3.57 Luther
3.56 Massachusetts Institute of Tech
3.56 Wheaton (IL)
3.56 Widener
3.56 Nazareth
3.56 New England
3.55 Case Western Reserve
3.55 Smith
3.54 Misericordia
3.53 Cabrini
3.53 Chicago
3.53 Emory
3.53 Ithaca
3.53 Wellesley
3.52 Washington University (MO)
3.52 Hiram
3.52 Saint Catherine
3.51 Principia
3.51 Pacific Lutheran
3.50 Tufts
3.50 Trinity (TX)
3.50 Gustavus Adolphus
3.50 Wesleyan (CT)
3.50 Carthage
3.50 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
3.50 Whitworth
3.50 Whittier
3.49 Swarthmore
3.49 Rochester
3.49 Emory and Henry
3.49 Mary Washington
3.48 Macalester
3.48 Simmons
3.48 Hendrix
3.47 Kenyon
3.47 Williams
3.46 Grinnell
3.46 Colby
3.45 Nebraska Wesleyan
3.45 Saint Thomas (MN)
3.44 Rhodes
3.44 King’s (PA)
3.43 Lewis & Clark
3.43 Calvin
3.43 Carnegie Mellon
3.43 Saint Benedict
3.42 Arcadia
3.42 Ohio Northern
3.41 Southwestern (TX)
3.41 New York
3.40 Johns Hopkins
3.40 Kalamazoo
3.39 Oberlin
3.39 Saint Olaf
3.38 Union (NY)
3.38 Washington and Jefferson
3.38 Puget Sound
3.37 York (PA)
3.37 Keene State
3.37 William Paterson
3.36 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
3.36 Amherst
3.36 Birmingham-Southern
3.36 Sweet Briar
3.35 Carleton
3.35 Hartwick
3.34 Whitman
3.34 Illinois Wesleyan
3.34 Westfield State
3.33 Lawrence
3.33 Saint Vincent
3.33 South
3.33 Westminster (PA)
3.33 SUNY-Fredonia
3.32 Saint Mary’s (MN)
3.32 DePauw
3.31 Bethany (WV)
3.30 Franklin
3.30 Bates
3.30 Wooster
3.30 UW-Whitewater
3.29 Skidmore
3.29 U.S. Coast Guard Academy
3.29 Ursinus
3.29 Worcester Polytechnic Institute
3.29 Lake Forest
3.29 Susquehanna
3.28 Roger Williams
3.28 Brandeis
3.28 SUNY-Oswego
3.28 Dickinson
3.28 Lycoming
3.26 Montclair State
3.26 Washington College (MD)
3.26 Simpson
3.26 TCNJ
3.25 Grove City
3.25 Denison
3.25 Washington and Lee
3.25 Allegheny
3.25 Catholic
3.25 Ripon
3.25 SUNY-New Paltz
3.25 Olivet
3.25 Goucher
3.25 Staten Island
3.25 Chatham
3.24 Regis (MA)
3.24 Redlands
3.24 Eastern Connecticut
3.24 Alfred
3.23 Elms
3.23 Centre
3.23 Notre Dame (MD)
3.22 Albion
3.21 Stevens Institute of Technology
3.21 Wells
3.19 Wheaton (MA)
3.19 Franklin & Marshall
3.19 Drew
3.18 Rowan
3.16 Gettysburg
3.15 SUNY-Oneonta
3.13 Hamline
3.13 Greensboro
3.12 John Carroll
3.11 Rose-Hulman
3.11 Wittenberg
3.09 Willamette
3.07 Minnesota, Morris
3.06 Albright
3.05 SUNY-Geneseo
3.04 Frostburg State
3.02 Saint Joseph (CT)

Division III – Men

3.66 Principia
3.56 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
3.54 Case Western Reserve
3.52 Colorado
3.52 Pomona-Pitzer
3.48 Washington University (MO)
3.48 Williams
3.42 Vassar
3.42 Wesleyan (CT)
3.41 Colby
3.40 Ithaca
3.38 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
3.38 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
3.36 Allegheny
3.36 Swarthmore
3.35 Kenyon
3.35 Washington and Lee
3.35 Amherst
3.35 Hamilton
3.35 Wells
3.33 Carthage
3.32 Saint John’s (MN)
3.32 Johns Hopkins
3.31 Chicago
3.30 Tufts
3.30 Whitworth
3.29 Grinnell
3.29 Connecticut College
3.29 Carnegie Mellon
3.29 Bates
3.28 Macalester
3.28 South
3.27 Oberlin
3.27 Wabash
3.26 Regis (MA)
3.26 Springfield
3.26 Gettysburg
3.26 Saint Thomas (MN)
3.25 Carleton
3.25 Nebraska Wesleyan
3.24 York (PA)
3.24 Washington College (MD)
3.24 New York
3.23 Calvin
3.23 Simpson
3.22 Stevens Institute of Technology
3.22 Trinity (CT)
3.22 Dickinson
3.22 Birmingham-Southern
3.21 Denison
3.21 Worcester Polytechnic Institute
3.19 Elms
3.19 Centre
3.19 Wheaton (IL)
3.19 Widener
3.19 SUNY-Geneseo
3.18 Emory
3.18 Catholic
3.17 Brandeis
3.16 Whitman
3.16 Kalamazoo
3.15 Hope
3.15 Misericordia
3.15 Olivet
3.14 Rose-Hulman
3.14 Ursinus
3.14 Pacific Lutheran
3.14 SUNY-Oswego
3.14 Westminster (PA)
3.13 SUNY-Brockport
3.13 Willamette
3.13 SUNY-New Paltz
3.12 Gustavus Adolphus
3.12 Wittenberg
3.11 Saint Mary’s (MD)
3.11 Lewis & Clark
3.11 Skidmore
3.11 Ohio Northern
3.10 Franklin & Marshall
3.09 Hamline
3.08 Messiah
3.07 McDaniel
3.07 Ripon
3.06 Redlands
3.05 SUNY-Oneonta
3.05 Salisbury
3.04 Franklin
3.04 Arcadia
3.04 Drew
3.04 Whittier
3.03 Rhodes
3.03 Trinity (TX)
3.03 Luther
3.03 Goucher
3.02 Saint Vincent
3.01 Wheaton (MA)
3.01 U.S. Coast Guard Academy
3.00 Montclair State

Leave a Reply

About Tony Carroll

Tony Carroll

The writer formerly known as "Troy Gennaro", better known as Tony Carroll, has been working with SwimSwam since April of 2013. Tony grew up in northern Indiana and started swimming in 2003 when his dad forced him to join the local swim team. Reluctantly, he joined on the condition that …

Read More »