NISCA Names 2015-2016 High School All-Americans

The National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association (NISCA) has released its high school All-America lists for the 2015-2016 season.

The lists include Grant Shoults and Maxime Rooneywho traded the national 200 free record back and forth this spring in California, plus Indiana’s Chandler Braywho set the national 100 breast mark, and the girls of Sacred Heart Academy in Kentucky. The Sacred Heart girls broke the national private school record in the 200 medley relay.

You can find the All-America lists in each event below, or on the NISCA website here.

National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association
2015-2016 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 Re1
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

The lists track the top 100 swims in each event for both boys and girls.

The composite national high school champions were mostly clustered in Indiana for the girls and California for the boys. 6 events were topped by Indiana girls (all from Carmel High School) and 5 by California boys.

Here are the top swimmers in each event by state:


  • Indiana – 6
  • Wisconsin – 2
  • Minnesota – 1
  • Kentucky – 1
  • Tennessee -1
  • Michigan – 1


  • California – 5
  • Pennsylvania – 2
  • Florida – 1
  • Michigan – 1
  • Ohio – 1
  • Indiana – 1
  • Virginia – 1

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HS Swim Fan
4 years ago

Any idea when the “Mythical National Champion” high school teams are revealed?

Eve Julian
Reply to  HS Swim Fan
4 years ago

The certificates will go out shortly, and the list will be published in the sept/Oct journal. If there is an error on the certificate you can report it to the chair so it can be corrected before the list goes out. More info at

4 years ago

What about Ryan Hoffer?

Reply to  CalFan
4 years ago

have to be entered by their coach. apparently not done

4 years ago

No Michael Taylor in here

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