Southern California High School Psych Sheets Released

The California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section (CIF-SS) just released psych sheets for its four divisional championship meets which will take place Wednesday, May 14 through Saturday, May 17 at Riverside Aquatics Complex.

Division I Prelims Thursday May 15; 9:00am Finals Saturday May 17; 5:00pm
Division II Prelims Friday, May 16; 9:00am Finals Saturday May 17; 10:00am
Division III Prelims Wednesday, May 14; 4:00pm Finals Thursday May 15; 5:00pm
Division IV Prelims Wednesday May 14; 9:00am Finals Friday May 16; 5:00pm

 

Division I is typically made up of the largest high schools and has the fastest time standards. There are both auto-cuts and consideration times for each Division. There are 36 qualifiers per event, per division.

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bobo gigi
6 years ago

Are biggest Californian talents like Weitzeil, McLaughlin or Eastin fully tapered for these high school championships in May? If yes, they could swim very fast times. I watch them develop for 3 or 4 years and I think they have a great international future. Ella Eastin and Katie McLaughlin are both junior world champions. And Abbey Weitzeil has an amazing short course season so far. 22.02 in the 50 free/47.59 in the 100 free/1.45.49 in the 200 free. Any ideas about their future college destinations? On college swimming Abbey is still ranked 40th in their 2015 list! 🙄 http://www.collegeswimming.com/recruiting/# I’m not a college specialist like many swimswam readers but I don’t understand. She should be at least top 5 with… Read more »

bobo gigi
Reply to  Anne Lepesant
6 years ago

In my opinion, these 3 girls can qualify for PanPacs. Not the junior PanPacs. The PanPacs with the big names. Time for them to make damages at the best level. For Ella Eastin I expect a big swim around 4.34/4.35! Correct me if I’m wrong but 3 swimmers can qualify in individual for the PanPacs. So behind DiRado and Beisel, it’s very open for the 3rd place. For Abbey Weitzeil, a qualification in the US 4X100 free relay team isn’t impossible. In my opinion she’s able to swim 54 low next summer and it could be enough to be in the top 6. Katie McLaughlin will qualify in individual in the 200 fly, perhaps the weakest event in USA on… Read more »

klorn8d
Reply to  bobo gigi
6 years ago

wait three people qualify per country? i didn’t know that

Admin
Reply to  klorn8d
6 years ago

klorn8d – 3 per country can qualify, only two can advance.

socalswimma
Reply to  bobo gigi
6 years ago

Most people taper at least a week and a half for CIF if not a full taper… CIF Division 1 is the big show for SoCal swimming… CIf in general is the big show for club swimmers too. Mainly because we all feel like we’re swimming for our team rather than our club, and also because it’s the one time that swimmers get any attention in the paper… In the end, it honestly doesn’t really matter how much someone is tapered.. everyone usually goes best times at CIF… I remember last year I only got tapered for half the amount of time I usually go and I busted out swims that were way faster than my best times from Club… Read more »

bobo gigi
Reply to  socalswimma
6 years ago

Thanks for your answer.

PAC12BACKER
6 years ago

Both the boys 100 back and 100 fly are loaded with talent! Gornay vs Thomas Smith vs Tran in the backstroke and Okubo, Valente, Nelson and a few other contenders in the fly. That will be a showdown.

SoCalSwimMommy
Reply to  PAC12BACKER
6 years ago

Yes, there are a few in that 100 Fly that could surprise a few of the top swimmers. Some that swam League partially tapered, not shaved, and not in their speed suits.

SoCalSwimMommy
Reply to  SoCalSwimMommy
6 years ago

I am sorry you didn’t like my comment.. but it is true… I am a mommy of one of the boys in the 100 fly that didn’t taper much, didn’t shave and didn’t have his speed suit on.

CraigH
6 years ago

Which division does Lindsey Engel swim in? I didn’t see her in the psych sheets.

bobo gigi
Reply to  CraigH
6 years ago

Division 3. Same as Ella Eastin.

About Anne Lepesant

Anne Lepesant

Anne Lepesant is the mother of four daughters, all of whom swim/swam in college. With an undergraduate degree from Princeton (where she was an all-Ivy tennis player) and an MBA from INSEAD, she worked for many years in the financial industry, both in France and the U.S. Anne is currently …

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