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NSSA - NSSA COLLEGE TEAM SEASON EVENT # 3 RESULTS
NSSA - National Scholastic Surfing Association

The National Scholastic Surfing Association (NSSA) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to encourage and assist its members in their interest to learn and develop the fundamentals and skills of surfing competition while competing in structured and quality events. The NSSA promotes the qualities of discipline and competitive excellence while supporting the merits of academic achievement to young surfers. The NSSA strives to provide a fun surfing experience for all of its members.

The NSSA is one of the few national youth sports organizations that require its participants to maintain academic standards in order to compete. Since 1978, the NSSA program philosophy has been that athletics and scholastics go hand in hand. More than 80 NSSA events are run nationwide that culminate with the annual National Championships which is regarded as the highest profile youth surfing event in America.


NSSA COLLEGE TEAM SEASON EVENT # 3 RESULTS

2013-14 NSSA COLLLEGE TEAM SEASON EVENT #3

Location:  California St, Ventura

Conditions:  chest high right peelers with clean conditions


SADDLEBACK SURF TEAM STOKED ON FIRST PLACE!

 

(Huntington Beach, Ca – December 19, 2013) – The NSSA West Coast College Team Season continued with event #3 on Sunday, December 15 at the fun California Street point in front of the Ventura County Fairgrounds.  The competitors were greeted with fun chest high rights and offshore conditions.


 

THE COLLEGE MENS PUT ON A GREAT SHOW IN THE FINAL!


Twenty three teams competed on the third stop of the NSSA West Coast College Team Season.  Mira Costa Red team and Saddleback Red team ended the event in a dead tie with 124 points apiece!!  SDSU Black placed 4th and will remain in first place in the overall team ratings.  Cal State Channel Islands team came up big with Austin Finley winning the College Mens Division and Ben Samuel wining the College Longboard division.  UCLA’s Chandler Parr took the win in the College Womens division with a perfect 10 point ride on one of her waves.

 

THE STACKED COLLEGE WOMENS FINAL!


Coming up next:  College Team Regular Season will conclude with event #4 on February 9 at 9th st in Huntington Beach.


CSU CHANNEL ISLANDS TEAM MEMBERS TOOK TOP HONORS IN THE MENS AND LONGBOARD! 


RESULTS

 

COLLEGE TEAM                             PTS

=1.  Saddleback Red                     124

        Mira Costa Red                     124

3.  UCSD A                                   110

4.  SDSU Black                             108

5.  UCSB A                                   86

6.  CSUCI                                    85

7.  CSULB B                                 82

8.  CPSLO A                                 75

9.  PLNC A                                   59

=10. UCLA                                   57

        CSUSM A                             57

12.  Mira Costa White                    53

13.  UCSD B                                 44

14.  CPSLO B                                40

15.  UCSB B                                 36

16.  UCSC                                    34

17.  USC                                      33

=18. CSUSM B                             26

        CSULB A                              26

20. USD                                       25

21.  PLNC B                                  15

22.  SDSU Red                             10

23.  UCSB C                                 9

 

COLLEGE MENS

  1.  Austin Finley-CSUCI

  2. JD Lewis-Mira Costa Red

  3. Austin Ganz-UCSB A

  4. Cody Sherman-SDSU Black

  5. Theo Lewitt-UCSB A

  6. Korak Tinoco-Mira Costa Red

COLLEGE WOMENS

  1.  Chandler Parr-UCLA

  2.  Erika Cook-CSULB B

  3.  Danielle Wyman-Saddleback Red

  4.  Larissa Lambrou-Mira Costa Red

  5.  Rachel Harrell-PLNC A

  6. Marissa Shaw-SDSU Black

COLLEGE LONGBOARD

  1.  Ben Samuel-CSUCI

  2.  Brad Martin-UCSB B

  3.  Cody Watten-CSULB B

  4.  Mason Klink-Saddleback A

  5.  Joey Wangsness-PLNC A

  6.  Casey Powell-USC