CSCAA National Collegiate Open Water Swimming Championship In Kansas
The 2021 College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) will organize the annual CSCAA National Collegiate Open Water Swimming Championship, a 5 km race in Lone Star Lake near Lawrence, Kansas on September 17th. This will be the fifth time for Kansas University to host the event and first since 2019.
Kansas will welcome a maximum of 70 competitors in both the men’s and women’s categories to swim in the 5 km lake race. Participation is open to current NCAA, NAIA and NJCAA member institutions.
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, two juniors Moritz Bartels of Grand Valley State University and Taylor Pike of Texas A&M won the individual titles while Rice University and Grand Valley won team titles at the 2019 CSCAA Open Water Championship.
The University of Kansas hosted the event for the fourth consecutive year. “I cannot be thankful enough for all the people who poured a lot of time and effort into this,” explained Head Coach Clark Campbell. “From facilities to media relations, to athletic training. The entire athletic department really embraces this event and they put on a really good race that the kids get excited about. It is a great way to start the year.”
For more information on the September 17th championship event, visit here.
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