|Open||@Yale, Mar. 22|
|LL||@Wesleyan, Mar. 19|
|L||@Wesleyan, Mar. 19|
|M||@Wesleyan, Mar. 18|
|S||@Wesleyan, Mar. 18|
Scores and Forms Submission
- Coaches can submit scores and tournament forms for their teams. An access code issued by their school’s athletic director is required for submission and/or viewing.
Important Dates (2013-14 Season):
- First Practice Date: Dec. 2
- First Contest: Dec. 18
- Last Date to Count for Tournament: Mar. 8
Tournament Dates (2013-14 Season):
- Swimming Trials
- LL March 15 Hamden High School, Hamden – Swimming 3:30 p.m.
- L March 15 Cornerstone, West Hartford – Swimming 6:15 p.m.
- M March 15 Walsh Intermediate School, Branford – Swimming 3:30 p.m.
- S March 15 Plainville High School, Plainville – Swimming 3:30 p.m.
- LL – M – S divisions – The warm-up for swimming trials will begin at 1:30 p.m. THE DOORS TO THE POOLS WILL NOT OPEN BEFORE THAT TIME.
- L division – The warm-up for swimming trials will begin at 5:10 p.m.
- Diving Trials and Finals
- S March 12 Plainville High School, Plainville –Warm-up 4:00 p.m./ Competition 5:30 p.m.
- LL March 12 Hamden High School – Warm-up 4:00 p.m. / Competition 5:30 p.m.
- M March 13 Bulkeley High School, Hartford – Warm-up 4:00 p.m. / Competition 5:30 p.m.
- L March 13 Middletown High School – Warm-up 4:00 p.m. / Competition 5:30 p.m.
- Swimming Championship Finals (All at Wesleyan University – Freeman Center, Middletown)
- M March 18 Warm-up 2:15 p.m. / Finals 3:00 p.m.
- S March 18 Warm-up 6:30 p.m. / Finals 7:15 p.m.
- LL March 19 Warm-up 2:15 p.m. / Finals 3:00 p.m.
- L March 19 Warm-up 6:30 p.m. / Finals 7:15 p.m.
- Open Diving Championships
- March 20 Middletown High School — Warm-up 4:00 p.m. / Competition 5:30 p.m.
- Open Swimming Championships
- March 22 Yale University – Kiputh Pool — Warm-up – 12:30 p.m. / Competition 2:30 p.m.
|Class LL (798 and over/22)|
|Class L (629-797/24)|
|Class M (433-628/28)|
|Class S (Up to 432/38)|
|George Baldwin||Middletown High School|
|John Brennan||Fairfield College Preparatory School|
|Diane Callis||Bulkeley High School|
|Trevor Charles||Middletown High School|
|Suzanne Hoyt||Glastonbury High School|
|Bruce Jaffe||Fairfield College Preparatory School|
|Rick Lewis||Westhill High School|
|Terry Lowe||Greenwich High School|
|Thomas Moore||Wethersfield High School|
|Craig Semple||Daniel Hand High School|
|Jack Stabach||Lyme-Old Lyme High School|
- Connecticut Swim Officials Association:
New Haven, Hartford, New London and Fairfield Boards
- Western Connecticut Swimming Officials Association
Use the link below to download an SD3 file with the rosters of one or more teams that can be imported into Hy-Tek Swim Meet Manager.
October 27th, 2013
Tournament packets for boys and girls basketball, boys and girls indoor track, girls gymnastics, boys ice hockey, boys swimming, wrestling, cheerleading and dance have all been posted and are available for download. Basketball (Boys) Basketball (Girls) Cheerleading Dance Gymnastics Ice Hockey Indoor Track Swimming (Boys) Wrestlingmore»
October 9th, 2013
Schedules for 2013-14 winter sports have been posted on the CIACsports.com site. To view a schedule for any school or specific team, or a statewide master varsity schedule for a sport, visit the main schedule and results page of the site, or the "Schedules/Results/Rankings" tab on the mainpage of any winter sport: Basketball (Boys) Basketball (Girls) Gymnastics (Girls) Ice Hockey (Boys) Indoor Track (B&G) Swimming & Diving (Boys) Wrestling more»
April 15th, 2013
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - A change in the kicks allowed for swimmers in the breaststoke highlight the six rule changes approved by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) in swimming and diving for the 2013-14 season. High school swimmers in the breaststroke event will now be permitted to execute a single butterfly kick on the start or turn at any time prior to the first breaststroke kick following this rule change, which was onemore»
March 25th, 2013
It has been awhile since a regular new edition of Linked Up (though there was a Championship Edition posted last week) so there is plenty to browse in this edition. There is a bit of a lull in the high school sports calendar in terms of game action, but there are still plenty of worthy stories across the state. From the Stamford Advocate: Emotions were running high as participants ran for an incredibly worth cause in Hartford. From the Danbury News Timmore»
March 19th, 2013
It is a busy weekend of CIAC Championship competition (actually spilling over to Monday and Tuesday for the two hockey finals). CIACsports.com has fans covered with this story which will serve as a one-stop shop for all the final results. Class M Girls Basketball: A stout second-half defensive effort completes an unbeaten season for Cromwell. [Story/Box Score] Class M Boys Basketball: Valley Regional outlasted Weston to claim the championship. [Story/Box Score] Class S Boys Basketball: Granby Memorial overcame a hugemore»
March 19th, 2013
As has become tradition around here, it is a special championship edition of Linked Up. Get the local story on all the CIAC winter sport champions within the past few weeks. Stories on the champions crowned earlier this winter can be found here. (The Division I and II hockey titles will be added once complete). From the Greenwich Time: The winning feeling does not get old for Greenwich after it captured the boys swimming Open championship. From the Greenwich Times: Grmore»
March 11th, 2013
It seems nature has decided nary a CIAC Tournament can take place this year without some sort of weather disruption. Despite numerous postponements late last week, the winter tournaments are mostly back on schedule with the girls basketball final berths earned Monday night, and the boys basketball and hockey finalists will be secured in the coming days. This week's Eye On The CIAC features a quick look at each of the tournament brackets and highlights more»
March 9th, 2013
Snow, snow, snow, snow, and more snow. All of the Tournament action scheduled for Friday has been postponed (CIAC Tournament Central particularly the "schedules and postponements" tab will keep you up-to-date) so that leaves plenty of time to check out a variety of items in this week's Linked Up. From the Westerly Sun: A great profile of Stonington gymnast Megan McNeil who came up big at the State Open her senior year. From the New York Times: Fans feel better thmore»
March 4th, 2013
The Eye On The CIAC has clearly turned its gaze on the postseason as tournament play began in girls basketball and league tournaments abound in the other winter sports. There was plenty of action to check out, including brief recaps of the opening rounds of the girls tournaments. In class L Tolland gets past Lyman Hall 47-41 in the tightest opening round game. The biggest upset by seed in the first round came with 26-seed Bristolmore»
February 26th, 2013
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Legendary Cheshire (Connecticut) girls and boys swimming coach Ed Aston joins four individuals who excelled as high school athletes, including former Washington Redskins’ all-pro quarterback Joe Theismann and current Los Angeles Clippers’ guard Chauncey Billups, to headline the 2013 class of the National High School Hall of Fame. In 37 years as girls swimming coach at Cheshire High School, Aston’s teams won 25 Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference state championships and had a 414-21-1 record. He coached the boys tmore»
February 25th, 2013
A busy few days of championship action and the closing days of the regular season in girls basketball along with conference tournaments in other sports led to some interesting competition last week. For basketball, we have focused mainly on wins that might help teams earn the qualifying standard of 40-percent and teams in League Tournaments this week. Speaking of the championships, Danbury followed up its Class LL Championship by winning the state Open. The team collectedmore»
February 22nd, 2013
It is easy to get distracted and focused on all the CIAC Tournament action taking place this time of year (check out Tournament Central for all the info) but hopefully you will take the time to check out this loaded edition of Linked Up. Lots of interesting stories out there, including several instances of Connecticut high school sports earning national attention. From Guilford Patch: Some Connecticut sports history from Alex Beckett of Guilford, as scored two points in a bamore»
February 18th, 2013
Happy President's Day to everyone. The Eye On The CIAC focuses in on the beginning of the winter championships (though the championships actually began two weeks ago, before the weather decided not to cooperate). This past week saw titles captured in the class meets in both indoor track & field and wrestling. In addition, the girls gymnastics pairings will be released by noon on Wednesday, while the girls basketball pairings will be posted by noonmore»
February 11th, 2013
The Eye on the CIAC got a big helping of snow in the face this weekend as events across the state were cancelled as a result of the massive snow fall. So this version of the weekly round-up of the sports scene will be a touch more abridged than normal, with the weather wreaking havoc with the schedule for the second (or is it third, or fourth) time this year. This release details the current updated more»
February 10th, 2013
Due to the fact that many schools will be out Monday and possibly beyond, the CIAC will be allowing the scheduling of Sunday makeup contests for Winter sports for the remainder of the regular season, providing: Sunday games are mutually agreed upon by both schools Sunday games do not start prior to 12:30 p.m. We hope this change will be helpful to member schools and allow them to complete their regular season schedules prior to the last datemore»
February 1st, 2013
A Friday morning tradition continues with a new edition of Linked Up. Lots of territory covered in this one including stories about nearly all the CIAC winter sports. From the Meriden Record: Coach Mike Forgione preaches defense for the Southington girls basketball team. His team is listening. From Forbes: This is an impassioned pronouncement in favor of high school sports, and even suggests how to fund them. From Pandodaily: A story on working together to try and gather more information about injuries. From themore»
January 25th, 2013
Another Friday, another batch of links with compelling stories from around the state and country. Two themes this week, as we have two stories about the roots of family in the sporting world whether in a pool in East Lyme or a family that has massively contributed to the sporting landscape of Middletown. There are also two stories about the improvements players can go through over the course of their careers, whether that means growingmore»
January 4th, 2013
A new year, and still lots of interesting stories being written around the state as the high school sports swing back into action. From the Connecticut Post: Whether classified as a sport or activity, there are some outstanding athletes like Ludlowe's Alley Meyer competing in cheerleading. Very interesting to read the differences in the process for a student who wants to compete in cheerleading at the college level. From the Hartford Courant: The Bloomfield girls indoor track & more»
Year-By-Year Detailed Championship Results: