March 31, 2005

Yale Named Top Division I Academic All-America Team

March 31, 2005

Yale has been named the top academic men's swimming team in the nation by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America. The Bulldogs improved from a 3.22 team GPA and sixth place in last year's rankings to a 3.40 GPA and top honors for the 2004-2005 season.

Coach Frank Keefe directed the bulldogs to another successful campaign this season. A young squad, which included 13 freshmen and 13 sophomores, posted a 7-5 overall record and finished 4th at the EISL Championships. The Bulldogs were one of only two Ivy league schools ranked in the Top 25 by the Coaches Association.

CSCAA/NCAA Academic All-American 2004-2005 Division I Mens Teams

GPA University Coach
3.40 Yale - Keefe
3.34 Dartmouth College - Wilson
3.32 Brigham Young University - Powers
3.25 Missouri - Hoffer
3.24 American University - Davin
3.23 New Hampshire - Willman
3.22 Nevada, Las Vegas - Reitz
3.20 Eastern Michigan University - Linn
3.18 Denver - Henry
3.17 Georgetown University - Bower
3.15 Lafayette College - Dailey
3.13 SUNY-Buffalo - Termin
3.13 Xavier University - Rathman/Grage
3.11 Notre Dame - Welsh
3.11 Saint Louis University - Halliburton
3.09 Pacific - Glasgow
3.08 Bucknell University - Foley
3.08 Penn State University - Dorenkott
3.07 Ohio University - Werner
3.06 Ball State University - Thomas
3.05 George Washington University - Rhinehart
3.04 Maryland, College Park - Wenhold
3.04 Clemson University - Ip
3.02 Wisconsin, Green Bay - Merner
3.01 Duquesne University - Sheets
3.01 Georgia Tech - Baron
3.01 Purdue - Ross
3.01 Tennessee - Trembley
3.01 U.S. Naval Academy - Roberts
3.01 University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee - Clark
3.01 Fordham University - Potsklan
3.00 California at Berkeley - Thornton
3.00 Michigan - Bowman

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