Katie Ledecky has had a strong start to the year for the #1 ranked Stanford Cardinal.
Blake Pieroni has shown great form early in the NCAA season, leading the Indiana men to the top of the CSCAA polls.
Last weekend, SwimSwam caught up with CSCAA Executive Director Joel Shinofield.
The Stanford women, led by Katie Ledecky, topped the pre-season CSCAA polls.
Kansas women and Missouri men took gold at the CSCAA Open Water National Championships.
Lejeune Hall at the United States Naval Academy will host the 2018 National Invitational Championship.
On August 1st, new NCAA Division I rules for the 2017-2018 school year went into effect.
A record 720 teams were named CSCAA Scholar All-Americans.
Wright State has surpassed the halfway mark of their $85,000 fundraising goal to save the program.
Update 6/13: the fundraising effort is now up to $27,921. Among the names that jumped out to have donated are…
The CSCAA has come out with the first poll of the new year ranking the top 25 men’s and women’s Division III schools within the NCAA system. Based on the data provided, there have been no changes within the top three rankings on either the men’s or women’s sides.
A total of 888 swimmers & divers were named All-Americans by the CSCAA.
“We are excited to partner with SwimOutlet.com, their unique marketing campaigns and customized solutions have changed the way the aquatics community purchases essential products,” said Joel Shinofield, Executive Director, CSCAA.
547 swimming and diving teams from 354 colleges and universities were named CSCSAA Scholar All-American Teams this year, 40 more teams than from the previous fall semester. Colorado College’s Men and Mount Holyoke’s Women topped the Division III GPA charts.