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

LTP Racing Club

Mount Pleasant Swim Club (MPSC)

Southern Marlins Racing Team (SMRT)

Summerville Tidalwaves


Team Reps Info
Team Information
Schedule / Results
City Meet

Final Team Standings

1Snee Farm2900.0
2Daniel Island2395.0
3Coosaw Creek2334.5
8Dunes West1650.5
9James Island1446.0
11Country Club1278.0
16Pine Forest1011.5
18Legend Oaks690.5
20Summerville Y437.5
21Fort Johnson363.0

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

For questions, corrections, and suggestions about this web site, contact

Coaches for 2016

Individuals interested in coaching for CCAA teams during the 2016 season should check for openings on our Coaches Wanted page. Teams are invited to e-mail Erik Kreutner with any openings to be advertised.

History Repeats ... Again

There have been forty-eight CCAA championship meets, and the Snee Farm Swim Team has now won twenty-eight of them. Snee Farm cruised to a 505-point victory over the Daniel Island Flying Fish in the 2015 Championship Meet to repeat as City Meet champions. Daniel Island's runner-up finish is its highest in team history. The Coosaw Creek Crocodiles finished third, followed by the Northbridge Terrace Killer Whales and the Newington Tiger Sharks. The James Island Stingrays and the I'On Summer Storms saw the most improvement over 2014, advancing by four places each compared to last year's City Meet.

The final day of the meet, which was delayed by two and a half hours by storms, featured the CCAA's oldest swimmers. There were nine individual records (for a 25-yard pool) set on the final day, including three each by a pair of swimmers. Mary Alice DuPree of the Fort Johnson Dolphins set records in the freestyle, butterfly, and individual events in the 13-14 girls. Willem Goedecke of the I'On Summer Storms established new league marks in the 13-14 boys butterfly, backstroke, and individual medley. Other records were set by James Island's Peyton Wilson (15-18 girls butterfly), Daniel Island's Malek Varner (15-18 boys freestyle), and Longpoint's Nick Wukovits (15-18 boys breaststroke).

Final team scores
Final meet results

Before the final day of competition, the CCAA presented several awards. The Team Sportsmanship Awards, voted on by the CCAA teams, were presented to Snee Farm from the Red League (7th time), Crowfield from the White League (3rd time), and Sha-Mel-Lon from the Blue League (3rd time). The CCAA recognized our graduating seniors - there were 60 such swimmers this year, who have participated in our league for a total of 593 years. The Carolyn Y. Keller Scholarship, awarded to a rising high school senior, was presented to Tanner Crunelle from Snee Farm.

The CCAA would like to thank all of the volunteers that made the City Meet and the regular season possible. We couldn't do it without their help!

Day 2: Snee Farm Pulls Away

The Snee Farm Swim Team took control of the 2015 CCAA Championship Meet with a commanding performance during the second day of competition. Snee Farm, which led Coosaw Creek by 23.5 points after the first day, capitalized on strong performances from its 7-8 and 9-10 age groups to extend its lead to 411 points over the Daniel Island Flying Fish. Ending the day at 1764 points, Snee Farm was followed by Daniel Island at 1353 points, Coosaw Creek at 1236.5 points, and Dunes West at 1178.5 points. Snee Farm finished as overall champions in three of the day's four age groups: 7-8 boys, 9-10 girls, and 9-10 boys. The Northbridge Terrace Killer Whales' 7-8 girls finished as champions of their age groups.

Fifteen swimmers ended up as champions of the day's eighteen individual events, with only three multiple event winners. The Hobcaw Marlins' Adair Shaw set meet records for a 25-yard pool in winning the 7-8 girls butterfly and breaststroke. Daniel Island's Matthew Doty also won two 7-8 boys events, setting a meet record in breaststroke after his victory in butterfly. In the 9-10 boys, the Country Club of Charleston's Rhett Andrews won the breaststroke event and then set a record in the individual medley.

Other meet records for a 25-yard pool were set by: Cecilia Ford (Country Club) in the 7-8 girls backstroke; Cassidy Lima (Pine Forest) in the 9-10 girls freestyle; Madelyn Routhier (Coosaw Creek) in the 9-10 girls butterfly; Ryder Putnam (James Island) in the 9-10 boys freestyle; Carson Owens (Shadowmoss) in the 9-10 boys butterfly; James Derek Haffner (Newington) in the 9-10 boys backstroke; and the freestyle relay teams from Daniel Island (7-8 boys), Snee Farm (9-10 girls), and James Island (9-10 boys).

Competition will wrap up on Sunday with the 13-14 and 15-18 age groups. Warmups will begin at 1:30 PM. 

Snee Farm Leads After Day 1

The first day of the 2015 CCAA Championship Meet is in the books, and the defending champions from Snee Farm have opened up with a 23.5 point lead over the Coosaw Creek Crocodiles. Following Coosaw Creek are the Shadowmoss Sharks, the Daniel Island Flying Fish, and the Dunes West Swordfish.

The competition in day 1 featured only one age group: the 11-12's. Two swimmers completed the CCAA triple crown by winning three events. Emorie Thrasher from Shadowmoss claimed the 11-12 girls freestyle, butterfly, and individual medley titles and set City Meet records for a 25-yard pool in all three events. Noah Davey from Snee Farm won the 11-12 boys freestyle and butterfly and then capped off his night with a meet record in the individual medley. Meet records for a 25-yard pool (this is the CCAA's second year at that distance) were also set by Snee Farm's Kaleigh Lawler (girls backstroke), I'On's Kaila Pardus (girls breaststroke), and Shadowmoss's Burk Arredondo (boys breaststroke). Meet relay records for a 25-yard pool were set by the girls freestyle relay from Snee Farm and the boys free relay from Daniel Island.

It's Championship Time!

Over 3,000 swimmers participated in the Coastal Carolina Aquatic Association (CCAA) this season, and nearly 1,100 of them are set to compete in the 2015 CCAA Championship Meet, which will take place from July 17-19. The meet will once again be held at the Goose Creek Community Pool at the Crowfield Golf & Country Club.

Channel 2 (WCBD) will once again carry a live stream of the City Meet. The live stream will be available through the News 2 website or its mobile app. We appreciate News 2 and its sponsors for the coverage.

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The CCAA's 11- and 12-year old swimmers will open the competition on the afternoon of Friday, July 17. Warmups will begin at 4:00 on Friday, and the meet is scheduled to begin at 5:40. On Saturday, the 7-8 and 9-10 age groups will swim, with 8:30 warmups and a 10:10 meet start. Finally, Sunday's events will feature the 13-14 and 15-18 swimmers; warmups will begin at 1:30 and the meet is scheduled to start at 3:10. The CCAA's graduating seniors will be recognized before Sunday's events. We thank them for their participation and wish them the best as they head off to their college destinations.

Parking for the meet will be at Stratford High School and will cost $5 per day. Swimmers may be dropped off at the pool before parents park, and shuttle busses will run between the parking lots and the pool. Heat sheets will cost $10, and T-shirts will cost $15; cash and checks will be accepted, but credit card payments will not be available. All profits from sales of T-shirts and heat sheets and heat sheet ad sales will fund the CCAA senior scholarships.

Results will also be posted on this website's City Meet page, the CCAA Facebook page, and the CCAA Twitter feed (@swimccaa) as they come in. Good luck to all CCAA swimmers and teams!

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 2015 Season
Wednesday, February 25 General meeting for team reps (6:30 PM) at the Jewish Community Center
Thursday, March 26 General meeting for team reps (6:30 PM) at the Jewish Community Center
Thursday, April 23 General meeting for team reps (6:30 PM) at the Jewish Community Center
Saturday, April 25 Officials training at the I'On Club pool (9:30 am - 1:00 pm)
Saturday, May 2 Officials training at the I'On Club pool (9:30 am - 1:00 pm)
Sunday, May 24 Coaches' meeting/clinic (2:00 PM) at Mason Prep School, 56 Halsey Boulevard in downtown Charleston
Tuesday, May 26 "Bag night" meeting for team reps (6:30 PM) at the Jewish Community Center
June 5
Rosters due to league registrars
Tuesday, June 9

Dual meets begin

Saturday, June 20 City Meet T-shirt design contest entries due
Tuesday, July 7 Final scheduled dual meets
Wednesday, July 8 City Meet entries and ads submission deadline
Tuesday, July 14 Pre-City Meet meeting (7:00 pm) at the Jewish Community Center
July 17-19 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 the Jewish Community Center