ACADEMIC INTEGRATION & COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

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No. 21 Men’s Swimming and Diving Posts Second-Highest GPA in NCAA Division I For Fall Semester

No. 21 Men’s Swimming and Diving Posts Second-Highest GPA in NCAA Division I For Fall Semester

The Crimson posts second-best GPA amongst Division I institutions in the fall semester (Gil Talbot). 

CSCAA Release

NORFOLK, Va. – The No. 21 Harvard men's swimming and diving team was recognized by the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) as a Fall Scholar All-America Team, as announced by the organization Monday morning.

The Crimson posted the second-best team GPA amongst all NCAA Division I schools with a 3.63 mark. Grand Canyon led all of Division I for the second consecutive year with a team GPA of 3.71. Harvard was among three Ivy League teams to rank in the top-10 amongst the Division I institutions that qualified.  

In total, CSCAA announced 688 teams from 430 institutions across all levels of college athletics qualified for Scholar All-America recognition. For a team to qualify for the award, the combined fall semester GPA for all members on the roster must be above 3.0. 

Harvard has one more regular season meet left, hosting Yale and Princeton Feb. 2-3 before the Ivy League Championship Meet on Feb. 21-24.

ACADEMIC INTEGRATION & COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

IN DIVISION I ATHLETICS