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The CCAA is dedicated to encouraging participation by as many children as possible in competitive swimming.

There are five teams in the Charleston area that offer opportunities for CCAA swimmers to develop their swimming ability during the rest of the year. Links to their team web sites are found below:

I'On Hurricanes

South Carolina Swim Club (SCSC)

Southern Marlins Racing Team (SMRT)

Summerville Tidalwaves


Team Reps Info
Team Information
Schedule / Results
City Meet

Final Standings

1.Snee Farm3004.5
2.Coosaw Creek2801.0
3.Daniel Island2397.5
6.Northbridge Terrace2029.5
8.James Island1635.5
10.Dunes West1446.0
13.Country Club1148.0
14.Pine Forest1103.0
17.Legend Oaks616.5
18.Summerville Y575.5
19.Fort Johnson497.5

Swimmers, parents, and coaches are invited to check out swimccaa.com throughout the season to keep up with league news, meet results, and other information.

For questions, corrections, and suggestions about this web site, contact ccaaweb@comcast.net

Officials' Tests Posted

The tests used to certify CCAA officials are now available on the Officials' Page. The deadline for completing tests is Sunday, May 28.

April 2017 News

The Country Club of Charleston swim team has decided to take a one-season break from competition in 2017 due to renovations involving its pool prior to the 2019 US Women's Open golf tournament. The CCC team plans to resume competition in 2018. The schedule for the CCAA's Blue League has been revised. Each Blue League team will swim one of its opponents twice in home-and-away competition.

The general meeting for CCAA team representatives scheduled for Thursday, April 27, has been cancelled. As we anticipated at our March 30 meeting, there is no pressing business that requires another meeting before the Bag Night meeting on May 18.

2017 City Meet Dates

The CCAA Board and team representatives decided at the August wrap-up meeting to move the 2017 CCAA Championship Meet one weekend earlier than the dates announced in the 2016 City Meet heat sheet. The City Meet will take place on the weekend of July 14-16, 2017. This change was made to avoid a conflict with the South Carolina Long Course State Meet that would have affected some swimmers, parents, coaches, and officials. Many of our meet officials will be also involved with the State Meet (as well as several coaches), and their participation in our City Meet is very important and necessary.

Snee Farm Three-Peat

The three hours of rain that poured on the Coastal Carolina Aquatic Association (CCAA) Championship cooled off the pool and led to a fantastic final day of competition. The Snee Farm Swim Team led almost from wire to wire and captured its third consecutive CCAA championship, leading the Coosaw Creek Crocodiles 3004.5 - 2801. Snee Farm has now won twenty-five of the last twenty-eight City Meets. The Daniel Island Flying Fish finished third with 2397.5 points, followed by the Newington Tiger Sharks (2226) and the Hobcaw Marlins (2099).

There were five multiple event winners on Sunday, including three triple crown winners who won all three individual events they entered while setting two meet records each. Sarah Mundy of the Crowfield Killer Waves set meet records in the 13-14 girls' freestyle and breaststroke while also winning the individual medley. Peyton Wilson from the James Island Stingrays broke her own meet records in the 15-18 girls' freestyle and butterfly and also captured the individual medley title. Nick Wukovits from the Longpoint Sailfish broke meet records in the 15-18 boys' breaststroke and individual medley and also won the freestyle. In addition, Coosaw Creek's Abbie Hassell was the champion of the 13-14 girls' butterfly and breaststroke, while Zachary Moody from Northbridge Terrace was victorious in the 13-14 boys' breaststroke and individual medley. Three other individual meet records were broken: JB Haffner of the Newington Tiger Sharks won the 13-14 boys' freestyle, Cooper Pitts of the Longpoint Sailfish set a new mark in the 15-18 boys' backstroke, and his teammate Carter Brzezinski set a record in the 15-18 boys' freestyle with his leadoff split in the free relay.

Three meet records for relays were also broken: the Coosaw Creek Crocodiles' 13-14 mixed medley relay set a new mark in the first event of the day, the 13-14 girls from Crowfield broke the record in the freestyle relay, and Longpoint's 15-18 boys closed out the day with a new record in the free relay.

Final meet results can be downloaded here. The complete heat sheet, with advertisements, can be downloaded here. Thanks to all the families and businesses that advertised in our heat sheet. This support helps to provide our senior scholarships each year.

The CCAA is composed of 19 teams from the tri-county area surrounding Charleston, South Carolina.Over 2700 swimmers from 4 to 18 years old represent their neighborhoods, clubs, and other organizations in friendly (but exciting!) competition. CCAA teams began practicing in April and May and compete against each other in dual meets in June and July.

Snee Farm's Lead Widens

The youngest swimmers of the Coastal Carolina Aquatic Association (CCAA) took the stage on Saturday, and the defending champions from Snee Farm widened the lead they brought in from day 1. Snee Farm closed the day with a 296 point lead over Coosaw Creek, 1811 - 1515. Daniel Island is in third place with 1489 points, followed by Newington (1365) and Hobcaw (1329).

There were two triple crown winners on Saturday - victors in three individual events. Carson Owens from the Shadowmoss Sharks established new meet records in the 9-10 boys' freestyle and butterfly, while Avery Frece from Snee Farm captured the titles in the 9-10 girls' butterfly, backstroke, and individual medley. Three other individual meet records were set on Saturday: Norah Lightburn from Coosaw Creek in the 7-8 girls' freestyle, her Crocodile teammate Tyler Nelson in the 7-8 boys' butterfly, and Snee Farm's Sullivan Frece in the 7-8 boys freestyle.

Snee Farm Is the Early Leader

It took a little longer than expected to get started, but a little thunder and lightning didn't dampen the excitement of the first night of the Coastal Carolina Aquatic Association (CCAA) Championship Meet. Friday's competition featured the CCAA's 11-12 year old swimmers in their individual events and relays.

After the first day of competition, two-time defending champion Snee Farm holds an 84 point lead over the Newington Tiger Sharks, 690-606. The Coosaw Creek Crocodiles sit in third place at 515 points, followed by Hobcaw (477.5) and the James Island Swim Team (458).

There were only two multiple-event winners on the first night of the City Meet. Snee Farm's Sophie Frece captured the 11-12 girls butterfly and individual medley events, and Newington's JD Haffner was the champion of the boys freestyle and backstroke. Possibly due to the long weather delay, no individual records were set by the 11-12 swimmers. However, the 11-12 girls freestyle relay from Snee Farm (Anna Misciagna, Ann Thompson, Ashley Windham, and Sophie Frece) eclipsed the meet record set last year by their teammates.

Officials' Information

The CCAA officials' page contains a list of each team's certified officials and links to certification tests and other resources.

Important Dates for the 2017 Season
Thursday, March 2 General meeting for team reps (6:30 PM) at Mason Preparatory School
Thursday, March 30 General meeting for team reps (6:30 PM) at Mason Preparatory School
Thursday, April 27General meeting for team reps (6:30 PM) at Mason Preparatory School
Saturday, May 6 Officials training: stroke and turn rules (8:00 AM) at Parkshore Pool; starters clinic follows at 10:00 AM
Thursday, May 11Officials training: CCAA rules (6:30 PM) at Lowcountry Women's Services (9291 Medical Plaza Drive in North Charleston)
Thursday, May 18 "Bag night" meeting for team reps (6:30 PM) at Mason Preparatory School; preceded by team reps orientation session at 6:15
Saturday, May 20Officials training: stroke and turn rules (8:00 AM) at Northbridge Terrace Pool; starters clinic follows at 10:00 AM
Sunday, May 21 Coaches' meeting/clinic (2:00 PM) at Mason Preparatory School
Tuesday, May 23Officials training: CCAA rules (6:30 PM) at Lowcountry Women's Services (9291 Medical Plaza Drive in North Charleston)
May 26
Rosters due to league registrars
Thursday, June 1

Dual meets begin (first scheduled meets will be June 1, but teams may agree to swim earlier.)

TBA City Meet T-shirt design contest entries due
Thursday, June 29 Final scheduled dual meets
July (TBA) City Meet entries and ads submission deadline
July (TBA) Pre-City Meet meeting (6:30 PM) for team reps and coaches at Mason Preparatory School
July 14-16 CCAA Championship Meet  at Goose Creek Community Pool at Crowfield Golf & Country Club
August (TBA) Season wrap-up meeting for team reps and coaches (6:30 PM) at Mason Preparatory School