25 USC Swimmers and Divers Receive CSCAA Scholar All-America Honors
A total of 14 USC swimming and diving student-athletes were named to the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Scholar All-America First Team, as announced on Wednesday (June 29).
The award recognizes student athletes who achieved a grade point average of 3.50 or higher and were invited to compete at their respective national championships. To qualify for First-Team Scholar All-America, student-athletes must have earned a GPA of 3.5 or higher and participated in their national championship. Second-Team selections (also called Honorable Mention) must have also earned a 3.5 GPA or higher and achieved a "B" time standard for the national championship or participated at a diving zone qualification meet. A total of 1,206 swimmers and divers were named to the 2021-22 Scholar All-American Team.
14 Trojans earned First-Team Scholar All-American honors as swimmers Calypso Sheridan (Aerospace Engineering), Laticia Transom (Psychology), Nicole Pavlopoulou (Human Biology), Isabelle Odgers (Journalism), Marlene Kahler (Undecided), Adair Sand (Political Science), Aela Janvier (Biomedical Engineering), Genevieve Sasseville (Business Administration), Caroline Pennington (International Relations and Global Business), Trent Pellini (Finance), Alexei Sancov (Social Sciences), Max Saunders (Business Administration), Victor Johansson (Economics) and diver Savannah Stocker (Real Estate) were recognized for their accomplishments in both the classroom and the pool.
An additional eleven USC swimmers earned an Honorable Mention.
Earlier this week, both the USC men's and women's swimming and diving squads were named CSCAA Scholar All-America Teams for the group's combined GPA. Lea Maurer's squad turned in spring term GPA's of 3.43 (women's swim and dive) and 3.34 (men's swim and dive).