The National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association published their list of the 2014-2015 All-Americans. The team is made up of the top 100 swimmers, divers, or relay swimmers in each event that submitted applications to NISCA. In total, 4,214 athletes were named NISCA All-Americans.
California nearly doubled the number of All-Americans from any other state with 868 All-Americans. This is to be expected, however, as the size and population of California is the most populated state in the country. Pennsylvania finished second in the nation with 330 All-American’s while Indiana had the third most All-Americans with 315. The full breakdown by state is linked at the bottom of the article.
Along with the list of 2014-2015 All-Americans, NISCA als0 published their All-American time standards for the 2015-2016 school year. Automatic standards were determined by the average 50th place times from the 2012-13, 2013-14 and 2014-15 seasons, and the consideration standards were determined by the average 125th place times from the 2012-13, 2013-14 and 2014-15 seasons. In order to be considered for All-American selection, swimmers must qualify with a time standard and then an application must be submitted to NISCA on their website.
|Boys All-America||High School||Girls All-America|
|Automatic||Consideration||Event in Yards||Consideration||Automatic|
|1:34.13||1:35.69||200 Medley Relay||1:47.45||1:45.59|
|1:50.28||1:52.59||200 Individual Medley||2:04.60||2:02.49|
|1:25.05||1:26.40||200 Freestyle Relay||1:37.45||1:36.02|
|3:06.58||3:09.68||400 Freestyle Relay||3:32.15||3:28.1|
National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association
2014-2015 All-America Swimmers and Divers
Boys Events in Yards
Girls Events in Yards