2020 Coastal Collegiate Sports Association Championships Psych Sheet Released

The 2020 Coastal Collegiate Sports Association (CCSA) swimming and diving championships begin next week.

The meet will take place February 19-22 at the Allan Jones Aquatic Center in Knoxville, Tenn. The 2020 edition marks the 12th championship for the CCSA in the sport of Swimming & Diving, since being founded in 2008.

The psych sheet was released on Thursday.

The meet will have a new team as Bellarmine joined current members FAU, Gardner-Webb, Howard, Incarnate Word, Mount St. Mary’s, NJIT, and Old Dominion. The Knights become the 10th institution to compete on the women’s side, joining fellow ASUN members FGCU, Liberty and North Florida.

FGCU has won nine CCSA Championship titles, while Liberty has claimed two, including the 2019 title. On the men’s side, Incarnate Word is tied with two other programs for the most titles with three, winning back-to-back titles in 2018 and 2019.

A look back at 2019 in the Coastal Collegiate Sports Association:

The Incarnate Word Men’s Swimming and Diving secured the 2019 CCSA Swimming and Diving Championship with 1,053.50 points, earning its second consecutive CCSA title. Florida Atlantic finished the championship in second-place with 796.5, while Old Dominion took third at 698 points. Gardner-Webb tabbed fourth with 570.50 points and NJIT finished fifth with 373 points. Mount St. Mary’s finished in sixth with 277 points, while Howard finished seventh at 248.5 points, respectively.

With 1,859.50 points, the Liberty Women’s Swimming and Diving team claimed the 2019 CCSA Swimming and Diving Championship. Florida Gulf Coast finished as the runner-up with 1,668 points, Incarnate Word finished third with 1,049 points and Georgia Southern finished in fourth with 990 points. Campbell claimed fifth-place with 970.50 points, UNC Asheville sat sixth with 820 points and North Florida captured seventh with 722 points. Gardner-Webb came in at eighth with 711 points and Howard finished in ninth-place with 416 points.