Penn State’s 20th-ranked women’s swimming and diving group and a men’s group were both named College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Scholar All-America Teams for a 2015 tumble semester, a CSCAA announced Wednesday.
The women’s group posted a GPA of 3.52 final semester.
To validate for a award, a group contingency finish with a group grade-point normal of during slightest 3.0 for a tumble semester.
The men’s patrol available a GPA of 3.14 for a fall, ranking among a tip 50 nationally and also tops in The American.
Overall, 547 swimming and diving teams representing 354 colleges and universities opposite all a groups were named Scholar All-America teams.
On a women’s side within a Big Ten, 12 of a 13 women’s swimming programs were recognized.
“I wish to honour a group with their 3.56 Team GPA this past semester”, Tramel said.
“We’re vehement to see a ladies doing good not usually in a pool, though also in a classroom”, FGCU conduct manager Neal Studd told FGCU Athletics. “Our group grade-point normal and a inhabitant honors academically are a covenant to how tough a group works to be a best people they can be”. “This approval is won by a whole group and so it is a thoughtfulness on any individual’s educational goals and dedication”.
The CSCAA now stands as a oldest classification of college coaches in America.