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NSSA - 2017 NATIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC CHAMPIONSHIP 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.


2017 NATIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS!

2017 NSSA NATIONAL INTERSCHOLASTIC CHAMPIONSHIPS  

Salt Creek, Dana Point California

POINT LOMA WINS THEIR THIRD CONSECUTIVE NATIONAL TITLE MAKING A TOTAL OF FOUR FOR THE !

UNF’S  COREY HOWELL MAKES HISTORY BECOMING THE FIRST COLLEGE MENS SURFER TO GO BACK-TO-BACK

 UNF’S EMILY RUPPERT WINS HER SECOND CAREER COLLEGE WOMENS CROWN

 COLLEGE TEAM

1. Point Loma Nazarene University-A 139

=2. University of North Florida 122

      Cal Poly San Luis Obispo 122

4. Saddleback 71

=5. Mira Costa Red

      University of North Carolina Wilmington

      UC Santa Barbara 64

8. UC San Diego 54

9. San Diego State University 37

10. University of Central Florida 34

11. Cal State San Marcos 31

12. Cal State Channel Islands 26

13. Florida Institute of Technology 21

14. Mira Costa White 8

15. Point Loma Nazarene University-B 7

16. Stanford- 3

COLLEGE MENS

1. Corey Howell-UNF 16.60

2. Nick Holdman-PLNU 14.53

3. Andrew Niemann-PLNU 11.53

4. Hunter Roland-UNF 8.23

5. Scott Weinhardt-Cal Poly SLO 8.10

6. Tristan Sullaway- Cal Poly SLO 7.73

COLLEGE WOMENS

1. Emily Ruppert-UNF 14.10 

2. Darsha Pigford-PLNU 11.06

3. Nikki Viesins-UCF 11.00

4. Frankie Seeley-UCSD 7.94

5. Avalon Johnson-Cal Poly SLO 7.03

6. Rachel Tominaga-UCSB 6.93

COLLEGE LONGBOARD

1. Kevin Skvarna-Saddleback 16.63 

2. Austin Sonnier-UCSB 13.77

3. Tristen Sullaway-Cal Poly SLO 11.30

4. Nico Espinosa-SDSU 8.47

5. John Holloway-UNCW 6.40

6. Lily Whatley-PLNU 6.23

SAN CLEMENTE HIGH SCHOOL WINS THEIR 13TH CAREER NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP!

HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY TEAM

1. San Clemente 125

2. Huntington Beach 120

3. Laguna Beach 102

4. Dana Hills 90

5. Cocoa Beach 85

6. San Dieguito 71

7. Mira Costa 55

8. Edison 54

9. Mid Pacific 50

10. Kamehameha 49

11. Manasquan 38

12. Melbourne 36

13. Satellite 33

14. Newport Harbor 31

14. Marina 29

15. Redondo Union 25

16. Rumson-Fair Haven 15

HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY MENS

1. Danny Kenduck-Dana Hills 13.90

2. Chase Modelski-Cocoa Beach 11.84

3. Curran Dand-San Clemente 11.74

4. Liam Murray-San Clemente 10.90

5. Jackson Butler-San Dieguito 8.80

6. Jake Levine-Laguna Beach 7.93

HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY WOMENS

1. Caroline Marks-Cocoa Beach 15.73

2. Bethany Zelasko-Dana Hills 12.77

3. Tyrra Gallano-Kamehameha 8.47

4. Chiasa Maruyama-Huntington Beach 8.00

5. Kayla Coscino-Laguna Beach 6.77

6. Kiersten Noonan-San Dieguito 6.00

HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY LONGBOARD

1. Trevor Anderberg-San Dieguito 19.27

2. Andrew Neal-Mira Costa 16.44

3. Ryan Conklin-Cocoa Beach 12.57

4. Ethan Mudge-San Clemente 9.00 tiebreak

5. Kenny Saundry-Melbourne 9.00 tiebreak

6. Chase Adelsohn-Newport Harbor 6.80

HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM

1. San Clemente 138

2. Huntington Beach 67

3. Mira Costa 55

4. Newport Harbor 49

5. Manasquan 45

6. Edison 39

7. Marina 25

8. Cocoa Beach 18

HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR VARSITY MENS

1. Reef Tsutsui-San Clemente 17.33 

2. Davi Toledo-San Clemente 12.57

3. Bryce Crane-San Clemente j9.10

4. Jacob Atwood-San Clemente 8.67

5. Jaric Fink-San Clemente 6.66

6. Billy Atkinson-Mira Costa 4.96

HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR VARSITY WOMENS

1. Rachel Presti-Cocoa Beach 17.83

2. Hana Castamanes-San Clemente 6.70

3. Ashley Weaver-Mira Costa 6.53

4. Lauren Friedrich-Mira Costa 5.27

5. Hayden Rouse-Huntington Beach 5.17

6. Chelsea Herring-Huntington Beach 4.36

HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR VARSITY LONGBOARD

1. Jovan Smith Scott-Huntington Beach 11.17

2. John Algenti-Manasquan 7.73

3. Danny Charvat-Mira Costa 7.50

4. Blue Engleking-San Clemente 5.13

5. Max Zazueta Marina 3.90

6. Brent Oberst-Newport Harbor 3.26

SHORECLIFFS CLAIMS THEIR 14TH NATIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL TITLE!

MIDDLE SCHOOL TEAM

1. Shorecliffs-Red 128

2. Cocoa Beach 105

3. Oak Crest 83

4. Mid Pacific 53

5. Shorecliffs White 49

6. Marco Forster 45

7. Sowers A 44

8. Manhattan Beach 31

9. Dwyer 30

10. Sowers B 28

MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS

1. Robbie Goodwin-Cocoa Beach 12.10

2. Hagan Johnson-Shorecliffs 11.33

3. Nico Coli-Shorecliffs 11.03

4. Dane Matson-Shorecliffs 10.16

5. Ryan Huckabee-Cocoa Beach 8.45

6. Kalib Yang-Oak Crest 8.44

MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS

1. Ella McCaffray-Oak Crest 13.60

2. Coral Schuster-Cocoa Beach 10.40

3. Mara Morales-Sowers 9.60

4. Summer Balentine-Sowers 9.40

5. Cascia Collings-Marco Forster 7.27

6. Sarah Stotz-Cocoa Beach 4.17

MIDDLE SCHOOL LONGBOARD

1. Kai McPhillips-Shorecliffs 17.16

2. Logan Hofstetter-Cocoa Beach 7.13

3. David Rochlen-Mid Pacific 6.23

4. Ethan Coleman-Shorecliffs 6.10

5. Carson Robles-Oak Crest 3.73

6. Luke Guinaldo-Dwyer 3.26