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      Nescacfan
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      The NCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Committee currently is hearing an appeal. The complete psyche sheet with divers will be posted once this process has completed. Please check back periodically for the addition of divers. Thank you for your patience.

      Anyone with any info?

    • #36129

      @Nescacfan wrote:

      The NCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Committee currently is hearing an appeal. The complete psyche sheet with divers will be posted once this process has completed. Please check back periodically for the addition of divers. Thank you for your patience.

      Where did you see that?

      EDIT: Never mind, found it on the ncaa.org site. Does this mean there’s some kind of appeal based on the divers? Is that even possible?

    • #36130
      Kari Byron
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      What are they appealing?

    • #36131

      Yeah, give us some details!! I have a diver going nuts right now, 7 HOURS after we were supposed to know.

    • #36132
      oldswimnfool
      Member

      Any update yet? I have been trying to find out more as to when the diving lists would be released….

    • #36133

      Here’s the official psyche sheet, with divers:

      http://www1.ncaa.org/membership/champadmin/swimming/d3/Official_Psyche_Mens.pdf?ObjectID=45852&ViewMode=0&PreviewState=0

      Denison, St. Olaf both got a diver. NY state got 8 divers.

    • #36134
      Kari Byron
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      Still no news as to what the appeal was over?

    • #36135

      @The Nationals Handbook wrote:

      Failure to provide the correct information in the correct format will jeopardize the diver’s selection to the championships and/or result in a fine by the sports committee.

      According to a credible source……..

      The hitch was that there was/were a/some diver(s) whose coach(es) came up a bit short in heeding the above warning. They turned in videos to the diving judges’ committee but didn’t submit the paperwork (or at least not all of the paperwork) that was supposed to go with them.

      Exactly who appealed what is not entirely clear to me, but evidently the NCAA was called in to help resolve the matter and decided that they would offer a deal of bumping the cap to let in three additional divers. How that decision is reflected on the psych sheet that came out this morning is also not entirely clear to me.

      For those who are interested, the schools represented on the judges’ committee are:
      Denison
      John Carroll
      Lake Forest
      Luther
      Middlebury
      Redlands
      RPI
      SUNY-Oswego
      Wellesley

      @My Spoon’s Too Big! wrote:

      NY state got 8 divers.

      Does this strike anyone else as a bit odd?

      Also, any idea why D2 and D3 don’t use the D1 system of regional meets for diving qualifying, where the top [x] divers from each region advance to nationals (the [x] varies by region)? Expense? Something else?

    • #36136
      babwik
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      My Spoon’s Too Big! wrote:
      NY state got 8 divers.

      NYS has 60 D-III schools, most of any state. Granted, not all 60 have swimming. They have sent the most divers for a few years now, including last year’s diver of the year from Hamilton.

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