Women’s Swimming and Diving Honored for Academics - Individuals Honored as Well
Saturday, July 21, 2012
The Calvin women’s swimming and diving team has been named to the College Swim Coaches Association of America Scholar All-America honor roll list for the spring semester. In order to receive the award, a team must post a 3.10 grade point average or above. The Calvin women’s team also was named to the CSCAA Scholar All-America honor roll list for the fall semester as well.
In addition, Calvin had three individuals from its swim program receive individual CSCAA All-America honors as junior Sam Klaasen and freshman Erika Waugh of the women’s team and sophomore Andy Krafft of the men’s team were so honored. In order to receive the award, individuals needed to have posted at least an NCAA III conditional qualifying score and post a 3.50 grade point average.
Klaasen is from Holland and is a graduate of Holland Christian High School. She was the MIAA Most Valuable Diver on the women’s side this past February. Waugh is from Berne, Indiana, and is a graduate of South Adams High School. She posted an NCAA III conditional qualifying time in the 200 backstroke this year.
Krafft is from Fort Wayne, Indiana. He was the MIAA’s Most Valuable Diver on the men’s side this winter. He also claimed All-America honors on both the one and three-meter boards.