At the 2017 CCCAA State Championship Meet, three Clovis Community College student athletes placed within the top spots in the state to earn CCCAA All-American status for the 2017 season.
Randi Berg earned 6th place in the women's 1m board. Her score of 182.0 was bolstered by a very strong final dive of the session. Berg's effort made her Clovis' first ever All-American diver in the school's history.
Rylee Radke repeated her 2016 effort by becoming a two-time CCCAA All-American in the women's 1650 freestyle. She touched the wall in a personal best time of 18:07.73 to take the 6th spot in the event. Radke finished 5th at the 2016 CCCAA meet to become the first Crush All-American.
Dante Ramos duplicated Radke's accomplishment, as he also finished 6th place in the men's 1650 freestyle. Ramos finished the race in a personal best time of 16:33.47 finishing well ahead of the 7th placed competitor, granting him his first All-American berth, and the first male in Clovis' history to earn this honor.
Berg and Ramos will return next year to defend their All-American status, while Radke finishes her CCCAA swimming career as Clovis' first ever two-time All-American.