NISCA Names 2014-15 All-Americans; Publishes 2015-16 Time Standards

 

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
1:39.07 1:40.69 200 Freestyle 1:50.82 1:49.09
1:50.28 1:52.59 200 Individual Medley 2:04.60 2:02.49
:20.72 :21.04 50 Freestyle :23.71 :23.31
:49.37 :50.27 100 Butterfly :55.98 :54.84
:45.28 :46.97 100 Freestyle :51.40 :50.59
4:29.64 4:34.58 500 Freestyle 4:57.63 4:52.18
1:25.05 1:26.40 200 Freestyle Relay 1:37.45 1:36.02
:49.85 :51.13 100 Backstroke :56.51 :55.31
:56.25 :57.49 100 Breaststroke 1:04.66 1:03.22
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

200 Med Rel | 200 Free | 200 Ind Med | 50 Free

Dive | 100 Fly |100 Free | 500 Free

200 Fr Rel | 100 Back | 100 Breast | 400 Fr Rel

Girls Events in Yards

200 Med Rel | 200 Free | 200 Ind Med |50 Free

Dive | 100 Fly | 100 Free | 500 Free

200 Fr Rel | 100 Back | 100 Breast | 400 Fr Rel

Statistics

All-America Final Standings by State and Gender

Twelve Years of All-America Applications by Event and Gender

Time Standards

2015-16 Yard Time Standards

2015-16 Meter Time Guidelines

2015-16 Standard Determinations

Ten Years of Standards

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Ed Walter

I am a NISCA member and I’m trying to submit All American applications for a swimmer, but the website doesn’t seem to be available. I also don’t see a place to log in.
Any ideas how to proceed?

Kim Nava

It would be interesting to publish what time of year each state has their swimming season. For example our state Florida swims in the Fall. This means that our kids swim a full 6 months earlier than other states California. Also allowing for a full six months of additional training. I would love to see each states season published in the state rankings to give a complete picture.

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