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For Immediate Release: July 19, 2006
Contact: Anthony G. Naglieri (sports@binghamton.edu)
Phone: 607-777-2956

Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving earn CSCAA Academic Honors

CSCAA Academic All-American Teams


VESTAL, N.Y.-- The Binghamton men’s and women's swimming and diving teams have earned spring Academic All-American honors from the Collegiate Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA), the organization announced this past week.

The men's team ranked 26th in the nation academically among Division-I programs, posting a 3.09 grade-point average during the spring semester, while the women came in at 57th with a grade-point average of 3.25.

The men tied Fordham for the top mark within New York State and were the second highest-ranked America East squad behind UMBC. The Bearcat women finished with the third highest conference ranking and the state's fifth highest mark.

Overall, 416 programs representing 252 schools earned Academic All-American honors from the CSCAA in 2006. The women of Division-III Sweet Briar College posted a 3.76 GPA to lead all schools, while the Division-III Washington University men led all men's programs with a 3.64 grade point. At the Division-I level, Georgetown's women (3.61) and American University's men (3.48) claimed the top spots.
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