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Recent Announcement on USA Swimming's Scholastic All-America Team

Congratulations to both Eva and Max Fabian who were both recently recognized as part of USA Swimming's Scholastic All-America Team.  On a special note, Eva Fabian not only had a perfect score of 4.0 but is also the Open Water National Champion.  

 

For more information on how to apply to be part of this special team, please read the following article:

 

USA Swimming’s Scholastic All-America Team

Each year, USA Swimming recognizes its members who excel both in the classroom and in the pool. The Scholastic All-America Team is made up of high school student-athletes who have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher and who have achieved the required time standard in a single event.

To be eligible for this recognition, swimmers must have completed 10th, 11th or 12th grade and must be a USA Swimming member athlete. Eligible times must be swum by June 30, 2011 and the application completed by August 1.

This year, over 1,700 student-athletes made the grade, led by National Teamer and Open Water National Champion, Eva Fabian, who was not only perfect in the water, but posted a 4.0 GPA as well.

The complete 2010-2011 rosters are available below.

Click here for the 2011-2012 SAA time standards.

2010-11 Scholastic All-America Teams & Documents

2010-11 Men's Scholastic All-America Team

2010-11 Women's Scholastic All-America Team

2010-2011 SCHOLASTIC ALL-AMERICA TEAM HIGHLIGHTS

By the Numbers: 1,759 men and women made the SAA team for 2011. This included 1,051 women and 708 men. There were 135 3-time women and 786 with a 4.0 GPA. There were 85 3-time men and 515 with a 4.0 GPA. We had one perfect score this year – Eva Fabian (Keene, NH) has a 4.0 GPA and she won the women's 10k National Open Water swim.