NISCA Releases All-America Swimming Lists for 2017-18 Season

Photo Courtesy: Peter H. Bick

Following the announcement of the 2017-18 Water Polo All-America teams, the National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association (NISCA) has released the All-America lists for swimming.

Several of swimming’s biggest names highlight the 2017-18 Swimming All-America lists, including Trey FreemanReece Whitley, Drew Kibler, Lucie Nordmann, Emily Weiss, and Amalie Fackenthal.

The entire lists for swimming can be found in the table below by clicking on each individual event.


National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association
2017-2018 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 Re1
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


California swept the final standing for state in both genders, garnering 152 individual All-America swimmers on the boys side and 133 on the girls. Texas had the second most All-America swimmers on the boys side with 69, while the Ohio girls were second with 56.

About All-America Swimming

In order for a swimmer to be considered as a NISCA High School All-American he/she must compete for an interscholastic team and be scholastically eligible as determined by his/her state athletic association or school authority. All swimmers must be in at least the 9th grade level of school to be eligible. Swimmers are limited to 8 consecutive semesters of eligibility. Fifth year seniors, 7th and 8th grade students are not eligible for consideration.

All times submitted must be achieved in a regularly scheduled interscholastic meet (no time trials) and will include times achieved up to and including State Meet Performances.

All times must be submitted to the one-hundredth of a second. Meet times MUST include documentation (copy of or link to official meet results) as well as the signatures of the Meet Manager and Meet Referee for Dual Meets. NO MANUAL TIMES ACCEPTED. Automatic timing ONLY!

A swimmer may be listed in as many events as his/her times qualify.

Relay teams are limited to FOUR swimmers. Only ONE TEAM PER SCHOOL.

Each year, an “All America” time will be determined and published. Upon receipt of the accepted application blank, the swimmer may be announced as an All-America if they have achieved the published time.

The fastest one hundred (100) ATHLETES as determined by time in each event will be named All-America


  1. David Whelchel

    Jim Massey, there is a young woman who made ALL American in the 200 Medley and 200 Free relay and 100 Fly with HH who must take after her mother ?.

    A BIG congratulations to Alex!!!!

  2. Kari Osborne Brothers

    Tami Lynne Klinksiek-Kman 100 free, 50 free, 200 medley relay ??‍♂️

  3. David McMahon

    So proud Kensey McMahon. ????‍♀️?

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    Mary Linn

    So excited to see Kensey McMahon!

  5. Congratulations To the boys from De La Salle in 200 free relay and 400 free relay! De La Salle High School-Concord, CA

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    Ray and Kathy Gregory

    Congratulations to Peter Makin!! So proud of you and your well deserved achievement!