Twenty-three from Men’s Swimming & Diving earn CSCAA All-America honors

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[advert_one] COLORADO SPRING, Colo. – The No. one Texas Men’s Swimming & Diving workforce noticed 23 pupil-athletes choose up All-The us honors from the College or university Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of The us (CSCAA) on Thursday. Senior Maxime Rooney led the way with seven distinctions, bringing his job […]

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COLORADO SPRING, Colo. – The No. one Texas Men’s Swimming & Diving workforce noticed 23 pupil-athletes choose up All-The us honors from the College or university Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of The us (CSCAA) on Thursday.

Senior Maxime Rooney led the way with seven distinctions, bringing his job full to 15. Close guiding, sophomores Drew Kibler and Daniel Krueger both equally claimed six accolades for the yr. Kibler now has eleven personal honors, whilst Krueger is up to 9.

Becoming a member of Rooney, Kibler and Kruger on the swimming facet of points was Josh Artmann, Jack Collins, Caspar Corbeau, Jake Foster, Ryan Harty, Alvin Jiang, Austin Katz, JohnThomas Larson, Jason Park, Sam Pomajevich, Charles Scheinfeld, Chris Staka, Braden Vines, Matthew Willenbring, and Alex Zettle.

5 Texas divers gained All-The us accolades which includes Jordan Windle, Jacob Cornish and Andrew Harness, who were cited for all 3 occasions. Grayson Campbell, who only competes on springboard, picked up both equally one-meter and 3-meter accolade, and Andrew Gawin-Parigini gained a quotation for one-meter.

Because of to the cancellation of the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships, the CSCAA Board adjusted the range standards for each individual Division. For Division I, all relays reaching ‘A” benchmarks, individuals selected to the NCAA Championships, and divers entered in uncontested occasions from the Zone C Diving Qualification fulfill are named All-American.

The end result was an unparalleled quantity of choices in what is mostly acknowledged as unparalleled circumstances.  Greg Earhart, Government Director described that the Board of Administrators sought to not penalize any pupil-athlete who experienced not experienced the possibility to compete for a place on the All-American workforce. “Our sport is replete with previously-unheralded swimmers and divers who have gone on not just to All-The us honors, but also to national championships and Olympic Staff spots.”

This is not the first time the association adjusted All-The us standards.  The first CSCAA All-The us workforce was published in 1924, thirteen yrs in advance of the first men’s NCAA Swimming and Diving Championship. The first women’s All-The us workforce was published in 1975, seven yrs prior to the first NCAA Women’s Swimming and Diving Championship.  All through much of that time, the workforce was selected by a panel of coaches.  In 1985 the honor was standardized all over the NCAA Championships with the top eight finalists acquiring first-workforce recognition and consolation finalists staying named Honorable Mention.

ATHLETE | Gatherings
Joshua Artmann: a hundred Back, two hundred Back
Grayson Campbell: one-Meter, 3-Meter
Jack Collins: 1650 Totally free
Caspar Corbeau: a hundred Breast, two hundred Breast, 400 Med Relay
Jacob Cornish: one-Meter, 3-Meter, Platform
Jake Foster: two hundred Breast, two hundred IM, 400 IM
Andrew Gawin-Parigini: one-Meter
Andrew Harness: one-Meter, 3-Meter, Platform
Ryan Harty: a hundred Back, two hundred Back, two hundred IM, 400 Med Relay
Alvin Jiang: a hundred Back, a hundred Fly, 400 Fr Relay, two hundred Med Relay
Austin Katz: five hundred Totally free, a hundred Back, two hundred Back, 800 Fr Relay
Drew Kibler: a hundred Totally free, two hundred Totally free, five hundred Totally free, two hundred Totally free Relay, 400 Totally free Relay, 800 Totally free Relay
Daniel Krueger: fifty Totally free, a hundred Totally free, two hundred Totally free Relay, 400 Totally free Relay, two hundred Med Relay, 400 Med Relay
JohnThomas Larson: five hundred Totally free
Jason Park: a hundred Back, two hundred Back
Sam Pomajevich: two hundred Totally free, five hundred Totally free, two hundred Fly
Maxime Rooney: fifty Totally free, a hundred Totally free, a hundred Fly, two hundred Totally free Relay, 400 Totally free Relay, 800 Totally free Relay, 400 Med Relay
Charles Scheinfeld: a hundred Breast, two hundred Med Relay
Chris Staka: a hundred Back, two hundred Med Relay
Braden Vines: two hundred Breast, two hundred IM, 400 IM
Matthew Willenbring: two hundred IM, two hundred Fr Relay, 800 Totally free Relay
Jordan Windle: one-Meter, 3-Meter, Platform
Alex Zettle: five hundred Totally free



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