Baylor School Swimming And Diving Named Combined NISCA National Independent School Dual Meet Champions

Tuesday, July 14, 2020

The Baylor School Varsity Swimming and Diving team was named by the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association (NISCA) as 2019-2020 Combined National Independent School Dual Meet Champions.

The Baylor School racked up a total of 11,086 power points between both the boys and girls teams.  The NISCA awards program is based on submitted team results of high school athletes (grades 9-12) that is translated into power points. Despite COVID shutting down spring swimming in several states, the National Dual Meet Team Ranking Program had a solid showing with 320 teams entering. Though down from last year’s total, the number still exceeds the total number of teams participating in five out of the last 14 years.

The Baylor School Varsity Boys claimed second place in Independent School Class 11 Championship, scoring a total of 5,502 points. They finished just behind the Brunswick School in Greenwich, CT.  The boys have won the NISCA title four times in their history.

The Baylor School Varsity girls finished fourth overall in the Independent School Class 11 scoring at a total of 5,584 points.  The girls have won the NISCA title five times in their history.

2020 NISCA National Dual Meet Results


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