NISCA Releases All-America High School Lists for Swimming and Water Polo

Photo Courtesy: Peter H. Bick

High school senior student-athletes were recognized by the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches of America for their efforts during the 2016-2017 season on this year’s All-America lists. NISCA has released lists for swimming and water polo, in addition to Academic All-America and Scholar Teams.

Some of the big names highlighting the lists of the top performers this high school season were Drew KiblerReece WhitleyMorgan Tankersley and Lucie Nordmann.

The lists for swimming can be found by clicking below for each high school swimming event.

 

National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association
2016-2017 All-America Swimmers and Divers
Boys Events in Yards
200 Med Rel 200 Free 200 Ind Med 50 Free Dive 100 Fly
100 Free 500 Free 200 Fr Rel 100 Back 100 Breast 400 Fr Rel
Girls Events in Yards
200 Med Rel 200 Free 200 Ind Med 50 Free Dive 100 Fly
100 Free 500 Free 200 Fr Rel 100 Back 100 Breast 400 Fr Rel
Statistics All-America Final Standings by State and Gender

Other All-America lists can be accessed below:

Water Polo: GirlsBoys

Academic All-America: Girls — Boys

Scholar Team: GirlsBoys

The NISCA Academic All-America list, compiled by NISCA from applications received by mail or online, rewards seniors who have achieved at least the minimum grade point average set by NISCA, and does not take athletic accomplishment into account except that student-athletes must have participated in an aquatic sport for their high school and lettered in the sport.

The list of Scholar Teams recognizes swim teams with the top cumulative GPA.

Find more information about the All-America awards program on NISCA’s website by clicking here.

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