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Yale Intramurals

Coed Swimming

Swimming Rules- Applicable for Coed Swimming

THE TEAM

The team consists of an unlimited number of swimmers; however, each swimmer is permitted to enter a maximum of four events. The captain must enter all swimmers on the scoresheet and must declare swimmers for a particular race one event in advance. Each team may enter two swimmers for individual events and one team for relays.

EVENTS AND SCORING

The field of events consists of six (men and women’s) individual events and two mixed relay races. The mixed relay shall consist of 2 people of each gender representing the team. The order of events and point scoring sequence is listed below. NCAA swimming rules apply.

EVENT

FIRST

SECOND

THIRD

200 Mixed Medley Relay

(Back-Breast-Fly-Free)

8 pts.

4 pts

100 Freestyle (men’s & women’s)

5 pts.

3 pts.

1 pt.

100 IM (men’s & women’s)

5 pts.

3 pts.

1 pt.

50 Backstroke (men’s & women’s)

5 pts.

3 pts.

1 pt.

50 Freestyle (men’s & women’s)

5 pts.

3 pts.

1 pt.

50 Breaststroke (men’s & women’s)

5 pts.

3 pts.

1 pt.

50 Butterfly (men’s & women’s)

5 pts.

3 pts.

1 pt.

200 Mixed Freestyle Relay

8 pts.

4 pts.

THE MEET

Colleges will be assigned to North or South Divisions. Each college in a division will swim against its opponents in one large competition but scoring will be based on time comparisons for college-to-college matches. The top three colleges in each division will qualify for the championship meet.

ELIGIBILITY

All undergraduate students and persons associated with a residential college who meet general eligibility requirements except former varsity swimming and diving award winners, current varsity, junior varsity and freshmen swimmers and divers, and graduate students are eligible to participate. Current players are defined as those who practiced or played with the team on or after December 20. Any instance involving special consideration requires a review by the Athletic Secretaries Ad-Hoc Eligibility