The University of Louisiana-Monroe water ski team won its fourth consecutive Division 1 national title at the 31st Collegiate Water Ski National Championships, Oct. 22-24, at Ironwood Ranch in Arvin, Calif. The Warhawks tallied 12,080.0 points in winning their 22nd title in the history of the event. Alabama finished second, scoring 10,985.0 points.
Pictured above are the ladies of the Cal Poly Ski Team. Cal Poly did a fantastic job of hosting the event and deserves a big "Thank You" from the world of College Water Skiing.
Lousiana-Monroe wins 22nd National Collegiate Waterski Title D1 Results
Madison pulls off huge comeback to take Division-II Nationals D2 Results
Twenty-two of the nation's top collegiate water ski teams will compete in the 31st Collegiate Water Ski National Championships, Oct. 22-24, in Arvin, Calif. Hosted by Cal Poly and sanctioned by USA Water Ski and the National Collegiate Water Ski Association, the competition will include 12 teams in Division 1 and 10 teams in Division 2. National team champions will be declared in both divisions. Individual medals for slalom, tricks and jumping will be awarded based on athletes' placements within their division. Overall titles will be awarded in each division to athletes competing in all three events.
The Division 1 field includes: Alabama, Florida Southern, Rollins,Purdue, Iowa State, Illinois, Louisiana-Monroe, Louisiana-Lafayette, Texas, Arizona State, Chico State and San Diego State.
The Division 2 field includes: Clemson, Georgia, Cincinnati, Wisconsin, Michigan, Kansas, Texas A&M, Texas State, Cal Poly and Western Washington.
Louisiana-Monroe is the three-time defending Division 1 national champion. Cincinnati is the defending Division 2 champion.
The National Collegiate Water Ski Association, a sport division of USA Water Ski, is comprised of more than 90 collegiate water ski teams from four regions. Intercollegiate water ski competition began under the NCWSA in 1979. For more information, visit www.ncwsa.com Running orders Rankings
THURSDAY October 22nd, 2009
Lake 2 (Start: 7:00am)
Division 1 Women's Slalom
Division 1. Men's Slalom
Lake 1 (Start: 7:00am)
Division 2. Women's Jump
Division 2. Men's Jump (Followed by Award Ceremony)
FRIDAY October 23rd, 2009
Lake 2 (Start: 8:00am)
Division 2. Men's Slalom
Division 2. Women's Slalom (Followed by Award Ceremony)
Lake 1 (Start: 7:30am)
Division 1. Men's Tricks
Division 1. Women's Jump
SATURDAY October 24th, 2009
Lake 1 (Start: 7:30am)
Division 1. Women's Tricks
Division 1. Men's Jump
Lake #2 (Start: conclusion of D1WT) approx 11:30am
Division 2. Women's Tricks
Division 2. Men's Tricks (Followed by Award Ceremony)
***Times could be changed at Officials Meeting by the NCWSA Board and Chief Judge.
RAIN DAY: None. It is the intention of all concerned
October 7th, 2009 OGDEN, UT - Chris Parrish joined Team GOODE on September 4, 2009. He tied the Men’s World Slalom Record of 1-1/2 buoys at 43′ off / 19.75 m line length on September 5th and then again on September 6th at Ski Ranch, in Covington, LA.
In this Video, Chris describes his feelings about joining Team GOODE and his impressions of his new GOODE 9900SL Water Ski. The video also shows, until now, the “before-unseen” Official’s Boat Camera from his September 6, 2009 World Record run.
During Chris’s interview section of the video, Dave Goode’s GOODE Ski Lake is featured, along with the new GOODE PowerBuoy.
GOODE Ski Technologies is located in Ogden, Utah, USA, and is the World Leader in the manufacture of CARBON Fiber Water Skis, Snow Skis and Ski Poles. GOODE Water Skis hold both the Men’s and Women’s World Records. For more information, visit www.goode.com.
Here, in California, the 2009 season is pretty much over. The water temps are dropping, and wives are suggesting to husbands that they spend some time away from the lake. At BallOfSpray, this marks the end of our first real season as an integrated web portal and forum. Despite the endless typos made by the editor, the web site has grown far beyond expectations. If you will huddle around your computers to stay warm all winter, BallOfSpray will be here for you.
This was the 28th Stop of the Waterski & Wakeboard World Cup series of the International Waterski & Wakeboard Federation (IWWF). It was staged for the first time in this South West Monsoon region of China – a major car manufacturing and tourist area. The pristine clean downtown River Liu was the venue. Over 50,000 spectators attended. Live TV coverage distributed to 800 million viewers was provided by 20 TV Stations in the CCTV network. The World Cup’s own TV production team / ProActive, will distribute the edited TV Show and News Edit to another 500 million over the coming week.
STARS RISE TO THE TOP AT LIUZHOU CHINA WORLD CUP PRELIMS
IT WAS A SCORCHER TODAY AT THE INTRIGUING WORLD CUP PRELIMS IN LIUZHOU CHINA
Temperatures exceeded 32C today with a very comfortable light head breeze and clear blue skies. Suntan lotion and Oakley’s were the uniform for all ! After the breathtaking Water Show and Fireworks display last night, the Liuzhou hospitality continued all day for the Riders and Skiers. Excellent food, on-time comfortable transport and first class on-site facilities for all the World Cup team added to the sense of excellence. Congratulations once again to our generous Liuzhou City hosts. The level of Media coverage and Photography coverage was again impressive.