National Collegiate Water Ski Association
Division 1 Results-http://www.usawaterski.org/rankings/scorebks/15U033CS.HTM
Division 2 Results-http://www.usawaterski.org/rankings/scorebks/15U034CS.HTM
Division 1 Teams
Univ of LA Monroe
Univ of LA Lafayette
Florida Southern College
Michigan State Univ
Ohio State University
Iowa State University
University of Cincinnati
Grand Valley St Univ
Division 2 Teams
Univ of Wisc Madison
Univ of Wisc La Crosse
University of Michigan
Texas A&M University
San Diego State Univ
Cal State Univ Chico
Texas State Univ
University of Texas
Grand Valley State, Michigan, and Madison, win the 2014 NCWSA wildcard simulated tournament and will be heading to Nationals next week in Lousiana
ULM, and ASU locked in a spot to division 1 by winning their regional titles thsi past weekend
South Central Regionals-http://www.usawaterski.org/rankings/ScoreBks/15U027CS.HTM
Thursday 16th October
Friday 17th October
Saturday 18th October
d1mj MasterCraft (6.2)
Bennett's has just launched the offical website for the 2014 Collegiate Water Ski Nationals. Check out the link ncwsa.skibennetts.com!
Midwest Regionals are in and the 5 of the 23 team field is set! Huge congrats to Kansas University who qualified automatically for the Division I nationals by winning regionals. Michigan State was close behind in second, followed by Ohio State, Iowa State, University of Cincinnati and University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. The Midwest also sent University of Wisconsin-Madison, Grand Valley State, and University of Michigan to the Wildcard tournament. Congrats to all the qualifiers and even more good luck to the wildcard teams as we find out who qualifies for the remaining spots to Louisiana!
For the full scorebook, click here.
The Western Region opened its season with a tournament at Chico State.
UC Davis had a dominant showing with all but 2 of their team qualifying scores in the top 10, with their team captains Tyler Schandra, and Tara Puccioni leading the way with a first place overall finish, and PB's to start the season.
Chico St., the hosting school, also had a strong showing with a 2nd place team finish. Freshman, Samantha Miller, led the way with a tie for 1st in Slalom, and a 2nd place overall finish.
The Western Region also welcomed it's first new team in 6 years. Cory Johnson over last spring and summer put together a full team at Sierra Nevada College, in the Reno, NV area, and brought them in force. With a 5th place finish, they are not out of the conversation when it comes to who will qualify for Nationals next weekend.
UCLA will host the Western Regional Championships next weekend, where ASU will look to improve its 3rd place finish to continue its 15 year dominance of the region. SDSU, last year's hosts, are also looking to qualify with the addition of their freshmen recruits.
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The Eastern Regional set its qualifiers for Nationals. The Crimson Tide Water Ski team of the University of Alabama narrowly defeated Florida Southern College for the automatic qualifier for Division I Nationals. Rollins College, Clemson, and Auburn University round out the top 5. From Regionals, the Eastern Region sends University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, University of Georgia, and Kennisaw State College to the Wildcard tournament.
For full scorebook, click here