DANBURY, CT - The Western Connecticut State University women's swimming and diving team has been recognized on the Fall 2016 College Swimming Coaches Association of America Scholar All-America Team, recently.
The CSCAA has released a list of Division III schools whose teams have a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or greater.
The College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) is a professional organization of college swimming and diving coaches whose mission is to serve and provide leadership for the advancement of swimming & diving at the collegiate level. Fourteen of the teams on the Division III list belong to NEISDA schools.
Included are Brandeis, Bridgewater State, Eastern Connecticut State, Elms, Keene State, New England, Norwich, Regis, Roger Williams, Simmons, St. Joseph's of CT, Western Connecticut State, Western New Eng-land, and Westfield.
Westfield State had the highest women's cumulative GPA among the NEISDA schools with a 3.5. Westfield was closely followed by Simmons with a 3.47. Simmons was followed by New England with a 3.43, Brandeis with a 3.39, Elms with a 3.38, Regis with a 3.29, Roger Williams with a 3.25, Bridgewater with a 3.23, Western New England with a 3.15, Keene with a 3.10, Western Connecticut with a 3.06, ECSU and Norwich with 3.05, and St. Joseph's of CT with a 3.02.
Congratulations to this season's CSCAA Scholar All-America women's teams!
NEISDA WOMEN's TEAMS:
School: GPA: (alphabetical order)
New England 3.43
Roger Williams 3.25
St. Joseph's (CT) 3.02
Western Connecticut 3.06
Western NE 3.15