2012 CCCAA STATE CHAMPIONS
BIG 8 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS
2012 - 2011 - 2009 - 2008
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The SRJC Men's Swim and Dive Team enters the 2014 season with high expectations after making history in 2012 winning the school's first ever Men's Swimming and Diving State Title, as well as capturing three individual state titles, and four relay titles including a new STATE RECORD in the 200 Medley Relay. SRJC has also won four Big 8 Conference titles in the last six years. The Cubs 2014 squad is led by returning All Americans: captain Clark Hale (El Molino HS), and Andrew Hayes (Granada HS), who were both major contributors to last season's success; and Morgan Baldwin (Casa Grande HS) and John Bing (Roseburg HS, OR) who were both members of the 2012 State Championship team. Key incoming freshmen include Ben Crabb (Windsor HS), Tom Franicevich (Petaluma HS), Stephen MacKanick (Livermore), and Omar Saldivar (Vintage HS). Recently, between our men’s and women’s swim teams, we have had over 60 swimmers and divers transfer on scholarship to the four-year level, 30 of which have been to Division I schools. The Santa Rosa Junior College Swim and Dive Team has
been in existence for over 30 years including numerous state champions and
team titles. We compete in the California Community Colleges League. We belong
to the Big Eight Conference, arguably the strongest conference in the state, giving us a great slate of dual meets, rivalries,
and a very fast Conference Championship Meet. We have a strong men's program that consistently attracts
swimmers and divers at the national level as well as athletes willing
to improve to that level. SRJC is committed to producing All American Student-Athletes. In fact, David Hernandez (All American SRJC Swimmer 08-09) was named the NATYCAA National Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year for two-year colleges in 2009 for his high level swimming performances and his perfect 4.0 GPA. Our team consistently breaks records and continues
to compete at a top level against other teams in the state. Coach McCormick
recruits athletes who not only demonstrate a high level of teamwork,
focus, and discipline in the pool and in the classroom, but who also
like to have fun with their team and enjoy competition.