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QUICK FACTS • 2012-13 SCHEDULE PENN STATE UNIVERSITY

Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . University Park, Pa. Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1855 Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44,112 Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nittany Lions Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blue and White Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Big Ten Conference President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Rodney Erickson Acting Director of Athletics . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Dave Joyner Senior Women’s Administrator . . . . . . . . . Charmelle Green Faculty Representative . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Linda Caldwell Home Facility . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ernest B. McCoy Natatorium Athletics Website . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.GoPSUsports.com

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . John Hargis (Fifth Year) Alma Mater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Auburn ‘99 Overall Men’s Dual Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-22 (.476) Record at Penn State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-22 (.476) Diving Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Craig Brown (27th Year) Alma Mater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Penn State ‘82 Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . Aaron Workman (Third Year) Alma Mater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kentucky ‘01 Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Liz McMillan (Fifth Year) Alma Mater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Connecticut ‘01 Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . Aaron Mahaney (Fourth Year) Alma Mater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michigan State ‘02 Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Thad Schultz (Fourth Year) Alma Mater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . West Virginia ‘93 Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (814) 863-3866 Office Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (814) 865-3728 Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . McCoy Natatorium Bigler Road & Curtin Road University Park, Pa. 16802

TEAM INFORMATION

2011-12 Dual Meet Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-6 2011-12 Big Ten Finish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6th/10 2011-12 NCAA Finish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14th/36 2011-12 NCAA Qualifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Letterwinners Returning/Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20/8 Newcomers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 2012-13 Captains . . . . . . . . . . . . Chris Cipolla, James Wilson

PROGRAM HISTORY

First Varsity Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1936 Years of Competition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 All-Time Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 298-253-1 (.540)

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

Men’s Swimming & Diving Contact . . . . . . . Annie Plunkett Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 814-865-1757 Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 814-441-9145 E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . alp26@psu.edu Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 814-863-3165 Mailing Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Bryce Jordan Center University Park, Pa. 16802

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OCTOBER Mon. 15 Fri. 19

at West Virginia (Diving) Morgantown, W.Va. at West Virginia (Swimming) Morgantown, W.Va.

2 p.m. 5 p.m.

Sat. 10 VILLANOVA University Park, Pa. Fri. 16 at Indiana*, vs. Virginia Bloomington, Ind. Sat. 17 at Indiana*, vs. Virginia Bloomington, Ind. GEORGIA INVITATIONAL (Nov. 30-Dec. 2) Fri. 30 at Georgia Invitational Athens, Ga.

11 a.m. 5 p.m. 11 a.m.

NOVEMBER

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DECEMBER Sat. Sun.

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at Georgia Invitational at Georgia Invitaional

Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga.

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JANUARY Thu. 3 Thu. 3 Fri. 4 Sat. 5 Sat. 12 Sat. 26

vs. North Carolina Naples, Fla. TENNESSEE COLLEGIATE DIVING INVITE (Jan. 3-5) at Tenn. Collegiate Diving Knoxville, Tenn. at Tenn. Collegiate Diving Knoxville, Tenn. at Tenn. Collegiate Diving Knoxville, Tenn. at Arkansas, vs. Missouri St. Fayetteville, Ark. NAVY University Park, Pa.

Noon All Day All Day All Day 11 a.m. 11 a.m.

FEBRUARY Sat. 2 TOWSON University Park, Pa. OHIO STATE INVITATIONAL (Feb. 16-17) Sat. 9 at Ohio State Invitational Columbus, Ohio Sun. 10 at Ohio State Invitational Columbus, Ohio BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIPS (Feb. 27-March 2) Wed. 27 at Big Ten Championships Bloomington, Ind. Thu. 28 at Big Ten Championships Bloomington, Ind.

1 p.m. All Day All Day All Day All Day

MARCH Fri. 1 at Big Ten Championships Bloomington, Ind. Sat. 2 at Big Ten Championships Bloomington, Ind. Sun. 10 Last Chance Meet TBA NCAA ZONE A QUALIFYING (Mar. 15-16) Fri. 15 at Zone A Qualifying TBA Sat. 16 at Zone A Qualifying TBA NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS (Mar. 28-30) Thu. 28 at NCAA Championships Indianapolis, Ind. Fri. 29 at NCAA Championships Indianapolis, Ind. Sat. 30 at NCAA Championships Indianapolis, Ind.

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All Day All Day TBA All Day All Day All Day All Day All Day

* – Big Ten meet; Home meets in CAPS at McCoy Natatorium; All times Eastern

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TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS

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2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Quick Facts • 2011-12 Schedule 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Table of Contents • Credits

Content and Layout . . . . . . . . Annie Plunkett Design and Cover Art . . . . . . . . . Erin Douglas

4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2012-13 Nittany Lion Roster

Executive Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jeff Nelson

5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Head Coach John Hargis

6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Diving Coach Craig Brown 7-8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Coaches 9-28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2012-13 Nittany Lion Profiles 29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2011-12 Penn State Top Times

Writing Assistance . . . . . . . . . Greg Campbell, Chris McKee

Photo Credits . . . . Mark Selders, Steve Manuel, University Image Resource Center and and Penn State Athletics unless otherwise noted For more information on Penn State Swimming & Diving,

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30-31 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2012 Big Ten Championship Review 32-34 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Big Ten Championship History 35-38 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA Championship History 39-41 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Penn State Record Book 42-44 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Yearly Top Times 45 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . School Record Chronology 46 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . All-Time Conference & Academic Honors 47 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . All-Time Team Awards & Honors 48-50 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . All-Time Results 51 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . All-Time Series Records 52-54 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . All-Time Letterwinners

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2012-13 NITTANY LION ROSTER PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Emre Acar Em-RAY Ah-KAR Sean Grier GREER John Hargis HAR-giss Matt Salig SAY-lig LIONS BY ELIGIBILITY Seniors (2): Gomez, Marchinski Juniors (11): Austin, Cipolla, Fittin, Grier, Hauser, Kachurick, Mershon, Salig, Sideras, Wensel, Wilson Sophomores (11): Acar, Ankosko, Ekstrom, Madley, Magee, Reed, Savoy, Schenkel, Spinelli, Virgilio, Young Freshman (12): Byers, Drohan, Eiken, Glenn, Grillo, High, Lee, Morris, Ruddle, Ryan, Schell, Seiferth LIONS BY EVENTS Freestyle (15): Acar, Ankosko, Drohan, Eiken, Ekstrom, Fittin, Grillo, Hauser, Lee, Reed, Ryan, Seiferth, Virgilio, Wensel, Young Sprint Freestyle (2): Austin, Sideras Butterfly (8): Acar, Grier, Madley, Mershon, Salig, Schell, Seiferth, Sideras, Backstroke (9): Glenn, Gomez, Grier, High, Madley, Magee, Mershon, Ryan, Savoy Breaststroke (4): Byers, Cipolla, Ruddle, Wilson IM (10): Ekstrom, Glenn, Hauser, High, Lee, Magee, Mershon, Salig, Savoy, Wilson Diving (5): Kachurick, Marchinski, Morris, Schenkel, Spinelli LIONS BY  COUNTRY/PROVINCE/STATE Illinois (2): Byers, Eiken Maryland (1): Ekstrom New Jersey (5): Akosko, Cipolla, Fittin, Gomez, Madley, New York (3): Magee, Spinelli, Virgilio North Carolina (1): Glenn Pennsylvania (19): Austin, Drohan, Grier, Hauser, High, Kachurick, Lee, Marchinski, Mershon, Reed, Ruddle, Ryan, Salig, Savoy, Schenkel, Seiferth, Sideras, Wilson, Young Quebec (1): Grillo Texas (1): High Turkey (1): Acar Virginia (1): Wensel Washington (1): Schell

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2012-13 PENN STATE MEN’S SWMIMING & DIVING ROSTER Name Emre Acar Nick Ankosko Shane Austin Max Byers Chris Cipolla Matthew Drohan Andrew Eiken Jonathan Ekstrom Peter Fittin Kevin Glenn Jeff Gomez Sean Grier Matt Grillo John Hauser Alex High Lucas Kachurick Will Lee Kyle Madley Ryan Magee Alex Marchinski Thomas Mershon Calvin Morris Nathan Reed Kyle Ruddle Shane Ryan Matt Salig Nate Savoy Chase Schell T.J. Schenkel Jon Seiferth Andrew Sideras Joe Spinelli Larry Virgilio Seth Wensel James Wilson Jeff Young

Events Year Freestyle/Butterfly So. Freestyle So. Sprint Freestyle Jr. Breaststroke Fr. Breaststroke Jr. Freestyle Fr. Freestyle Fr. Freestyle/IM So. Freestyle Jr. Backstroke/IM Fr. Backstroke Sr. Butterfly/Backstroke Jr. Freestyle Fr. Freestyle/IM Jr. Backstroke/IM Fr. Diving Jr. Freestyle/IM Fr. Backstroke/Butterfly So. Backstroke/IM So. Diving Sr. Butterfly/Backstroke/IM Jr. Diving Fr. Freestyle So Breaststroke Fr. Freestyle/Backstroke Fr. Butterfly/IM Jr. Backstroke/IM So. Butterfly Fr. Diving So. Freestyle/Butterfly Fr. Sprint Freestyle/Butterfly Jr. Diving So. Freestyle So. Freestyle Jr. Breaststroke/IM Jr. Freestyle So.

Hometown High School/Last College Istanbul, Turkey Enka East Brunswick, N.J. East Brunswick Kennett Square, Pa. Unionville Glen Carbon, Ill. Edwardsville South River, N.J. St. Mary Regional Catholic Kennett Square, Pa. Unionville Naperville, Ill. Naperville North Silver Spring, Md. Georgetown Prep Sea Girt, N.J. The Peddie School/Maryland Matthews, N.C. Providence Morristown, N.J. Morristown Hummelstown, Pa. Hershey Montreal, Quebec John Rennie Pottstown, Pa. St. Pius X/Maryland Reading, Pa. Wilson McKeesport, Pa. Elizabeth Forward Hershey, Pa. Hershey Madison, N.J. Seton Hall Prep/Maryland Chestnut Ridge, N.Y. Don Bosco Prep/Maryland Shillington, Pa. Governor Mifflin Malvern, Pa. Malvern Prep Keller, Texas Keller Berwyn, Pa. Delaware County Christian Hershey, Pa. Hershey Havertown, Pa. Haverford Downingtown, Pa. Downingtown East Reading, Pa. Wilson Tacoma, Wash. Woodrow Wilson Richboro, Pa. Council Rock South Allison Park, Pa. Hampton Philadelphia, Pa. La Salle College Massapequa, N.Y. Massapequa Pine Bush, N.Y. Pine Bush Christiansburg, Va. Christiansburg/Tennessee Nottingham, Pa. Oxford Area Hershey, Pa. Hershey

Head Coach: John Hargis (Fifth year) Diving Coach: Craig Brown (27th year) Assistant Coaches: Aaron Mahaney (Fifth), Liz McMillan (Fifth), Thad Schultz (Fourth), Aaron Workman (Third) Captains: Chris Cipolla and James Wilson

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HEAD COACH JOHN HARGIS

JOHN

HARGIS Fifth Year HEAD COACH AUBURN ‘99

John Hargis took over the Penn State swimming and diving program on June 23, 2008 and has led the Nittany Lions to success in the classroom and in the pool during his five seasons in Happy Valley. During his first four seasons at the helm, Hargis has seen 10 of his pupils write their names atop of the record books on the women’s side in their respective events and all five relay school records have been set during his time in University Park. On the national level, 10 different women’s swimmers have garnered All-America accolades on 30 occasions and 17 of his female student-athletes competed at the 2012 US Olympic Trials. The men’s program has also enjoyed its fair share of success with 11 studentathletes claiming All-America honors on 24 occasions under Hargis. In 2012, 17 Penn Staters headed to Omaha, Neb. to compete in the US Olympic Trials and during his first season at the helm he coached backstroker Patrick Schirk to a silver medal at the World University Games in the 200 backstroke. Last season, Hargis watched as the men’s 200 & 400 medley relay teams garnered first team All-America and four of his women’s relay squads earned honorable mention All-America laurels at the NCAA Championships. Along with the relay honors, Nate Savoy claimed first team All-America honors in the 100 backstroke, while Merritt Krawczyk, Scott Marino, Chelsea Weedman and Paige Whitmire all brought honorable mention All-America honors back to Happy Valley. At the Big Ten Championships, six women’s swimmers garnered first team All-Big Ten and Nate Savoy took home the Big Ten Male Freshman of the Year accolades. Mackenzie Powers claimed the first Big Ten individual championships for the women’s program since 2007 when she won the 100 butterfly and the 400 free and 400 medley relay teams also captured Big Ten crowns. A school record 22 women’s student-athletes earned Academic All-Big Ten during the season – with seven garnering CSCAA Scholar All-America honors – and six men’s competitors brought home academic honors from the Big Ten and three were named to the Scholar AllAmerican team by the CSCAA. The 2010-11 season ended with a handful of national honors, as well as success at the Big Ten Championships, and a trip to the World University Games for Hargis. Krawczyk claimed honorable mention All-America honors in the 100 breaststroke and 200 IM, while Amy Modglin did so in the 200 backstroke. The women’s 200 freestyle relay and the men’s 200 medley relay team each pulled in honorable mention All-American accolades at the NCAA Championships, as well. Powers again claimed first team All-Big Ten accolades with a second place showing in the 100 butterfly and Mitch Scherer was a second team All-Big Ten pick. Again in 2010-11, 18 women’s swimmers were named to the Academic All-Big Ten squad, while three earned Scholar All-America, and 14 men’s participants walked away with Academic All-Big Ten recognition. Hargis didn’t spend much time away from the pool in the offseason after the 2010-11 campaign after being selected as an assistant coach on the USA Swimming World University Games staff. A former gold medalist himself, Hargis helped guide the US squad to 13 medals in the pool – including five gold medals – and watched as one of his Nittany Lions competed among the world’s best. Modglin was also a member of the USA Swimming’s squad and competed in the 200 backstroke in Shenzhen, China. In his second year at the helm, Hargis continued to move the Blue and White forward in the pool and in the classroom, watching as Modglin cap15 INDIVIDUAL BIG TEN CHAMPIONS

tured honorable mention in the 200 backstroke at the NCAA Championships. In the classroom, 18 women’s and 10 men’s student-athletes earned Academic All-Big Ten, while four women and two men were named Scholar All-Americans by the CSCAA. His first year at the helm was a highly successful one, leading both programs to national rankings throughout the season. The women’s program ranked as high as 15th entering the NCAA Championships, where six Nittany Lions competed along with five on the men’s side. The women placed 38th at the national meet, led by honorable mention All-America finishes from Kelly Nelson and Kaitlin O’Brien, while Vincent Reydams, Schirk, Jason Goldner, Basil Kaaki, and Brian Alden all received honorable mention All-America accolades to lead the men’s squad to a 32nd place finish. Hargis returned to Happy Valley for his second stint with the program, after serving as an assistant coach at Penn State from 2003-06 before moving onto Arkansas-Little Rock. Hargis was hired as the head coach of the Trojans’ women’s program in 2007. He was also the head coach and the chief executive officer of the Little Rock Arkansas Dolphins swim club. A native of Little Rock, Ark., Hargis became just the second head coach at Penn State since the men’s and women’s swimming programs were merged into one following the 2000-01 season. He is Penn State’s fourth head women’s coach of all-time and just the sixth head coach in men’s program history. Hargis left his assistant post at Penn State in September of 2006 to take over the Arkansas Dolphins premier swim club, which was also his former club team. In that role, he directed the program to the overall team state long course title in 2007, winning both the men’s and women’s team trophy for only the second time in program history. He also led both the men’s and women’s teams to the overall team state short course crown in 2008, securing the Dolphns their first back-to-back combined state titles in their 48 year history. He joined Arkansas-Little Rock as an assistant coach in November 2006 before being elevated to head coach in February 2007. While heading the Trojans’ program, which competes in the Sun Belt Conference, the women’s team was recognized by the Collegiate Swimming Coaches Association of America for having a team GPA of over 3.0 in both the fall and spring semesters. As an assistant with the Nittany Lions, Hargis was a part of the staff that led the women’s team to back-to-back Big Ten Championships in 2005 and 2006. He coached several NCAA, Olympic Trials and U.S. Nationals qualifiers and also directed all aspects of men’s recruiting. Hargis was instrumental in helping recruit 2008 NCAA Champion Patrick Schirk to Penn State. He also assisted with several other aspects and day-to-day operations of the program, including the creation and implementation of a training regimen for both the men’s and women’s sprinters, breaststroke and IM swimmers. Prior to arriving at Penn State, Hargis was an assistant coach at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas for two years during the 2002-03 season where he also coached NCAA, Olympic and U.S. Nationals qualifiers and guided Jonathan Hugo to the Mountain West Conference Male Swimmer of the Year award. He was the head age group coach for the Raleigh Swimming Association club team for two years prior to his stint at UNLV, and served for three years as an assistant to the athletic director at his alma mater, Auburn University, prior to that. A native of Little Rock, Ark., Hargis is a 1999 graduate of Auburn with a degree in health promotion/sports management. Hargis is one of the most touted swimmers to ever come out of the state of Arkansas and was part of a national championship team in 1997. A member of the 200 medley relay team that broke NCAA, U.S. Open and NCAA Meet records in 1997, Hargis was also a part of the NCAA Champion 400 medley relay team in 1997. A three-time SEC champion in the 100 butterfly, he also held the SEC record in that event and was a 12-time All-American. He owns an Olympic Gold Medal, which he earned at the 1996 Atlanta games as part of the U.S. 400 medley relay team and he also won the 100 fly at the U.S. Olympic Trials in 1996. Hargis was inducted into the Arkansas State Swimming Hall of Fame in 2001 and was selected as one of Arkansas’ 100 Greatest Athletes of all-time. Hargis resides in State College with his wife, Lauren, two sons, John and Nathan, and his newborn daughter, Faith. 1 NATIONAL CHAMPION • GoPSUsports.com

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DIVING COACH CRAIG BROWN

CRAIG

BROWN 26th Year DIVING COACH PENN STATE ‘81

Valuable Diver during the 1978, 1979 and 1981 seasons. As a scholastic diver, Brown was the Pennsylvania state champion in 1977 and the Bux-Mont League Champion in 1975 and 1976. He won the YMCA national one-meter championship in 1977 and was the District I titlist in 1976. A two-time Junior Olympic finalist, he also earned All-Bux-Mont honors in soccer and in football as a placekicker. Brown graduated from Penn State with a degree in Environmental Resource Management and worked from 1982-85 as an inventory control and purchasing manager with the Moreland Corporation in Willow Grove, Pa. He also was an assistant quality control manager and production supervisor with Moreland. Brown has two children, a 14-year-old son and 12-year-old daughter.

Craig Brown, a two-time Big Ten Diving Coach of the Year, enters

his 27th season at the helm of the Nittany Lion diving corps. Brown has consistently produced quality divers that have represented Penn State at the conference and national level. Since taking over the diving program in 1986, Brown has sent 23 divers to the NCAA Championships on 77 occasions, with at least one in all but six seasons since he began at Penn State. He watched as three divers qualify for the NCAA Championships in 1990, 1995 and 1998 on the men’s side and the trio of Maggie O’Brien, Alison Riccobono and Lisa Silvestri all qualified for the women’s championships in 2002. Brown has watched as four of his men’s divers and three of his women’s divers earned All-America honors on 11 different occasions. Jamie Jaax is the lone female diver to garner first team AllAmerica recognition, bringing home the honor in 1999 with a 13th place showing. Devine garnered first team All-America honors on both boards in 1994 and Bohner was a first team All-American in 2002 with an eighth place showing at the NCAA Championships. He helped Chris Devine to the one-meter Big Ten title in 1994 and first team All-America honors on both the one- and three-meter boards, finishing third and fifth, respectively. He helped Drew Jackson to four consecutive trips to the NCAAs from 1995-98, while Steve Bohner (1999, 2001-02), Chris Alderman (1998, 2000-01) and Chris Devine (1992, 1994-95) all qualified three times for the national summit. In 2006, he coached Penn State’s first men’s Big Ten diving champion since Devine in 1994 as Mike Alderman won the one-meter event. Alderman also qualified for the U.S. Open Diving Championships that year. Jaax has claimed the lone Nittany Lion women’s Big Ten Crown, winning the event in 1999. Seven different times during his tenure Brown has produced the only NCAA Championships participants for the Blue and White. On the men’s side, his divers made up the only NCAA qualifiers during the 2006, 2005, 2004, 1997, 1995, 1994 and 1995 seasons. Jaax was the Nittany Lions lone participant at the championships on the women’s side in 1999 when she was an All-American. Brown has twice been honored as the Big Ten Diving Coach of the Year, winning the award in 1994 and 1999. His 1999 award came on the heels of the programs first ever women’s individual diving champion (Jaax) and in 1994 he coached Devine to the individual crown. Brown headed the men’s and women’s diving programs at Penn from 1983-85 in his first collegiate coaching post. Prior to his appointment at Penn, Brown coached at Philadelphia area clubs, including the Warrington Swim and Tennis Club (1982-83), Hatboro-Horsham Aquatic Club (1983), Hideaway Swim Club (1980-81), Hatboro Memorial Pool (1976, 78-79) and Hatboro YMCA (1976) As a diver at Penn State, Brown won the 1981 Eastern Collegiate Championship in the three-meter springboard and claimed the title on the one-meter springboard in 1979. He was the team’s Most 6

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ASSISTANT COACHES

AARON

LIZ

Fourth Year ASSISTANT COACH

Fourth Year ASSISTANT COACH

MICHIGAN STATE ‘02

CONNECTICUT ‘01

MAHANEY

Aaron Mahaney enters his fifth season as an assistant swimming and diving coach in Happy Valley. The former Michigan State standout, Mahaney made a pair of coaching stops before joining the Nittany Lions coaching staff for the 2008-09 season. During his time in Happy Valley, Mahaney has helped at least one Nittany Lion advance to the NCAA Championships each year and seen the women’s team finish among the top-40 three times and the men’s squad grab top-top-30 finishes each of the past two seasons at the national meet. On an individual level, 21 of his pupils have garnered All-America honors on 54 occasions. Prior to joining the staff and Penn State, Mahaney served as the assistant coach at the University of Hawaii during the 2005-06 season. While at Hawaii, he coached distance freestyle, butterfly and individual medley events. Mahaney watched as two men’s student-athletes claimed Western Athletic Conference crowns. Andrew Affleck won the 500 freestyle and Greg Wilson claimed the crown in the 100 and 200 butterfly events. The Wahine claimed their first WAC Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships and just the second conference title in school history (Big West, 1986) during Mahaney’s lone season on the island. They grabbed the programs second best finish (15th) at the NCAA Championships in school history, as well. Mahaney coached Mia Borden to WAC championship in the 100 and 200 butterfly events, along with helping three relay team’s claim WAC championships. Along with Borden’s WAC championships, Claudia Barsi set the Hawaii school record in the 1,000 and 1,650 freestyle events, records that still stand entering the 2012-13 season. A graduate of Big Ten rival Michigan State, Mahaney was a four-year letterwinner for the Spartans. While at East Lansing, Mahaney earned the MSU Swimming and Diving Freshman of the Year in 1999 and was the team’s Most Valuable Performer in 2002. When the Easton, Pa. native graduated he was among the top-ten in school history in the 1,000 & 1,650 freestyle, 400 IM and 200 butterfly. He competed at the 2000 and 2004 US Swimming Olympic Trials. At the 2004 US Olympic Trials, Mahaney placed 18th in the 200 butterfly while swimming for the Atlantis Aquatic Club. He also competed in the 200 butterfly during the 2000 trials. Before moving to Hawaii, Aaron was the head intramural swim coach at the University of Georgia from 2004-05. During that time, he taught as a physical education substitute teacher at the Clark County School District. Mahaney began his coaching career in his hometown of Easton, Pa., where he was an assistant coach at Lafayette College for two years. During his time with the Leopards, Mahaney helped coach three student-athletes that captured Patriot League Swimmers of the Week honors and watched as the team broke six men’s school records – including the 500 and 1,000 freestyle – and five women’s school records in the pool. As a prep, Mahaney was a 1998 USA Swimming All-American in the 200 butterfly and was a 1998 USS Junior National Champion. A 1998 National qualifier, Mahaney was a two-time swimming scholastic AllAmerican. A graduate of Michigan State University, Mahaney owns his bachelor’s degree in kinesiology with an emphasis in sports psychology. He is also a registered coaching member of USA Swimming. 15 INDIVIDUAL BIG TEN CHAMPIONS

MCMILLAN

Liz McMillan enters her fifth season as an assistant swimming

and diving coach in Happy Valley. A distance specialist during her time at the University of Connecticut, McMillan has the reputation as one of the top recruiters in the nation. A four-time BIG EAST finalist while on campus in Storrs, Conn., McMillian made stops Virginia Tech and Florida State before landing on the University Park campus for the 2008-09 season. During her time in Happy Valley, McMillan has helped at least one Nittany Lion advance to the NCAA Championships each year and seen the women’s team finish among the top-40 three times and the men’s squad grab top-30 finishes each of the past two seasons at the national meet. On an individual level, 21 of her pupils have garnered All-America honors on 54 occasions. During her tenure at Florida State, McMillan coordinated all recruiting, administered the middle-distance training group, organized equipment orders through Nike and tracked the progress of incoming swimmers. She coached the women’s swimming team to an Atlantic Coast Conference championship in 2005-06 and the men’s squad to an ACC title in 2006-07. McMillan also oversaw four Seminole swimmers who were named NCAA All-Americans, including South African Romy Altmann, who placed seventh in the 200 backstroke at the 2007 NCAA Championships. McMillan previously worked at Virginia Tech as an assistant swim coach from August 2002 through June 2004. She coordinated all recruiting, oversaw practice groups, organized all travel logistics and managed meet entries. McMillan was a BIG EAST finalist in the 200- and 500-meter freestyle events in 2000 and 2001 and ended her career as the University of Connecticut record holder in the 500 freestyle. She was a member of the 400 and 800 freestyle relays that set the school record during her time with the Huskies, as well. McMillan earned her bachelor’s degree in elementary education and math in 2001 and obtained her master’s in elementary education from Connecticut in 2002. She graduated summa cum laude and earned numerous academic honors including BIG EAST Academic All-Star (1998-01), New England Scholar (1998-00) and National Golden Key Honor Society (1999-01). Liz and her husband, Colin, who is an assistant coach for the Nittany Lions men’s volleyball program, reside in State College with their son, Kieran.

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ASSISTANT COACHES

THAD

AARON

Third Year ASSISTANT COACH

Second Year ASSISTANT COACH

WEST VIRGINIA ‘93

KENTUCKY ‘01

SCHULTZ

Thad Schultz is in his fourth season as an assistant coach for the Penn State swimming and diving program. A standout swimmer at West Virginia, Schultz’s vast knowledge base spans the club, NCAA and national range. A 22-year coaching veteran, Schultz spent time coaching on the college scene at Clemson and Ohio State before joining the Blue and White for the 2009-10 campaign. During his time in Happy Valley, Schultz has seen the Nittany Lions women’s team finish among the top-40 twice and the men’s squad has grabbed top-30 finishes each of the past two seasons at the national meet. On an individual level, at least one Nittany Lion has advanced to the NCAA Championships each year and 15 of his pupils have garnered All-America honors on 45 occasions. Prior to arriving in Happy Valley, Schultz served as assistant coach and senior division leader at SwimMac, one of the nation’s top club programs, in Charlotte, N.C. During his time with SwimMAC, he performed a variety of tasks while working with the Age-Group swim program consisting of over 750 swimmers. During his time in Charlotte, N.C., he coached a number of national qualifiers and worked with three members of the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team and four competitors from the 2004 U.S. Olympic squad. Prior to starting at SwimMac in 2007, he served as Aquatics Director and head coach at Brunswick YMCA in Brunswick, Ga. He oversaw nearly every aspect of a swim program that featured over 50 swimmers. Schultz’s extensive swimming experience includes collegiate coaching stops at Ohio State (2000-02) and Clemson (1998). With the Buckeyes, he served as an assistant coach, specifically with the men’s program, and helped four swimmers reach the NCAA Championships, three break school records and eight earn Academic AllAmerica accolades. On the recruiting front, Schultz helped sign 15 High School All-America honorees while in Columbus. His collegiate coaching experience began in 1998 when he was an assistant coach at Clemson University. Working with the men’s and women’s swim programs, he helped lead to eight Tigers to the NCAA Championships, two earn ACC records, 10 break school records and eight earn Academic All-America status. His recruiting prowess also helped the Tigers bring in 22 newcomers that earned High School All-America laurels. As a collegiate swimmer, Schultz was one of the top performers while at West Virginia. He competed in freestyle, backstroke and IM events, while sitting atop the record books in two individual events and one relay. Schultz held the school record in the 100 backstroke and 200 IM, along with being a part of the school record setting 200 freestyle relay team. He also ranked among the top-five in the 400 medley relay, 400 freestyle relays, the 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle.

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WORKMAN

Aaron Workman joined the Nittany Lion staff in 2010-11 and enters his third season on the deck. Workman comes from an established coaching background, including his most recent position stop as the recruiting coordinator at the University of Pittsburgh, and was a decorated student-athlete in the pool while at the University of Kentucky. During his first two seasons in Happy Valley, Workman has watched as 14 of his pupils earned All-America honors in the pool on 44 occasions. He helped the men’s squad to a No. 17 showing at the NCAA Championships last year and a No. 26 finish during his first season on campus. The women’s squad has posted a pair of top-35 finishes, as well, grabbing the No. 22 spot in 2011-12 and the No. 25 spot in 2010-11. On the recruiting trail, Workman was has also been able to sign top-18 recruiting classes in each of the past two years. During his time at Pittsburgh, Workman was in charge of assisting the head coach in all aspects of team preparation. His duties included designing and implementing practice and weight training plans. As the recruiting coordinator, he was able to sign one top-25 and one honorable mention class for the Panthers. Workman was also involved with Team Pittsburgh Aquatics during his time in the Steel City. While there, Workman organized all aspects of one of the largest meets for Allegheny Mountain Swimming and developed practice agendas for the competitors. Before working at Pittsburgh, Workman held the same duties as assistant swim coach and recruiting coordinator at UNLV from 2005-07. He helped coach his team to three straight Mountain West Conference championships while also recruiting the 18th-best men’s class in the country. Not only did his teams have a great athletic track record, but they also excelled out of the pool, consistently ranking in the top-20 academically in the nation. His collegiate coaching ventures started when he assumed the head swimming and diving coach role at Hollins University from 2002-03 and continued the next season when he was named the assistant coach at Wittenberg University, holding that post during the 2003-04 campaign. At Wittenberg, Workman coached a pair of NCAA All-America honorees and a top-20 Division III team. A four-year letterman at the University of Kentucky, Workman earned All-America accolades four times, was named to the academic All-SEC performer during each of his seasons on campus and was an academic All-America pick in 2001. The freestyle sprinter helped Kentucky to four consecutive top-20 finishes at the NCAA Championships, including a 17th place finish in 2001 when he earned All-America honors in four relay events. Workman also competed in the 2000 U.S. Olympic Trials. Workman earned his bachelor of science degree in broadcasting from Kentucky in 2001. He is married to former Kentucky AllAmerican swimmer Jaime Siegele. The couple resides in State College, Pa. with their two children, Molly (5) and Macon (2).

1999 BIG TEN CHAMPIONS

NITTANY LION SENIORS

ALEX

JEFF

GOMEZ

Event 100 Back 200 Back 200 IM

MARCHINSKI

Morristown, N.J. Morristown

Shillingtown, Pa. Governor Mifflin

Senior • BACKSTROKE

Senior • DIVING

CAREER BEST TIMES Time Date Site 49.27 2/25/11 Last Chance Meet 1:46.04 2/26/11 Big Ten Championships 1:50.37 2/22/12 Big Ten Championships

Event 1-Meter 3-Meter

CAREER BEST SCORES Score Date Site 314.63 2/4/12 vs. Lehigh 308.85 2/3/12 vs. Buffalo

2012 BIG TEN ALL-ACADEMIC LION CAREER 2011-12: Qualified for the U.S. Olympic Trials in the 200 back in the summer of 2012…Recorded two first place finishes against Georgia Tech in the 100 back (51.75) and 200 back (1:52.34)…Swam the 100 back at the Ohio State Invitational in 50.21 seconds…Earned first place in the 200 back with a time of 1:52.64 against Lehigh and St. Francis…Competed in three events at the Big Ten Championships, including the 100 back (50.80), 200 back (1:48.70) and the 200 IM...Recorded a personal best time in the 200 IM (1:50.37) at the Big Tens. 2010-11: Saw action in three different events in the Big Ten Championships (100 backstroke, 200 backstroke and 200 individual medley)... Earned a career-best finish in the 200 backstroke at the Big Ten Championships, swimming a time of 1:46.04 and finishing in 14th place...Swam 49.27, shattering his previous career-best time in the 100 backstroke at the Big Ten Championships while taking 18th place...Posted first individual victory in the 200 backstroke (1:50.60) on 10/23/10 vs. Virginia Tech...Earned a second individual victory in the 400 individual medley vs. St. Bonaventure, notching a time of 4:09.80...Helped the team win the 200 medley relay with a time of 1:33.42 on 1/22/11 vs. St. Bonaventure.

LION CAREER 2011-12: Earned fourth place in the Ohio State Invitational one-meter springboard diving finals with a score of 270.15, after qualifying with a third place score of 283.55...Recorded a second place finish with 304.20 points in the one-meter board against Navy...Led Penn State against Ohio State and Michigan (1/28/12) with seventh-place showings on both boards...Placed third against Buffalo in the one-meter board with a score of 310.50 and placed third in the three-meter event with a season and career-high score of 308.85...swept the competition for the one- and three-meter events against Lehigh (2/4/12) with scores of 314.63 and 306.15, respectively...One-meter board score against Lehigh was a career-high. 2010-11: Appeared in two events in the Big Ten Championships...Scored a 227.60 in the one-meter dive at Big Ten Championships and placed 26th... Placed 27th in the three-meter dive at Big Ten Championships after he achieved a score of 218.00...Named Big Ten Diver of the Week (1/4/11)... Had a season-best three-meter dive score of 292.40 (1/14/11) and placed second against Maryland and Pittsburgh...Tied for third against Maryland and Pittsburgh after he posted a season best one-meter dive score of 288.75 (1/15/11).

2009-10: Qualified for the C Final at the Big Ten Championships in the 200 backstroke after a preliminary and season-best time of 1:47.75...Finished 20th overall in the 200 back at Big Tens with a time of 1:47.81... Posted a season-best time of 49.96 in the 100 backstroke at Big Tens... Swam a 4:42.84 at Big Tens in the 500 freestyle...Finished third in the 200 back vs. Buffalo.

2009-10: Dove team-highs in the one-meter (254.70 vs. Buffalo) and three-meter (262.65 vs. Buffalo), notching third-place finishes in both... Best finish of the season was a second-place showing at St. Bonaventure in the one-meter...Notched three third-place showings in both the one-meter and three-meter (vs. Buffalo, vs. Virginia and vs. West Virginia).

HIGH SCHOOL Two-time All-American in the 100 backstroke...Named Scholastic AllAmerican...Holds Morristown records in the 100 back, 100 fly, and 200 IM...Earned four letters in swimming...2009 short course Harvard Sectionals champion in the 200 back...Third in the 100 back and fourth in the 200 back at the U.S. Open qualifier...Junior National qualifier in the 100 and 200 backstrokes...Letterwinner in cross country.

HIGH SCHOOL PIAA State Championship qualifier four years running at Governor Mifflin... Finished Top 10 at States his junior and senior years...Named Berks County Diver of the Year senior season...Won league and district championship his senior year...Finished in the top five all four years in league and district competitions...Four-time honor roll member...National Honor Society member...Served as student government treasurer senior year.

PERSONAL Jeffrey Felix Gomez II was borth August 3, 1990 in Denville, N.J. to Marianne and Jeff Gomez...Has an older brother, Chris, and a younger sister, Julie...Majoring in landscape contracting.

PERSONAL Alexander James Marchinski was born April 16, 1991 in Reading, Pa. to Nancy Scheiepe and Leonard Marchinski...Has brother, Alonso, and sister, Lindsay...Majoring in landscape architecture.

ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because of the team spirit.”

ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because of the great academics, athletics and campus atmosphere.”

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NITTANY LION JUNIORS

SHANE

CHRIS

Kennett Square, Pa. Unionville

South River, N.J. St. Mary Regional Catholic

Junior • SPRINT FREESTYLE

Junior • BREASTSTROKE

AUSTIN

Event 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free

CAREER BEST TIMES Time Date Site 19.80 3/22/12 NCAA Championships 43.85 2/25/12 Big Ten Championships 1:38.17

2/24/12

Big Ten Championships

2012 ALL-AMERICA (200 Medley Relay, 400 Medley Relay) 2012 ALL-BIG TEN SECOND TEAM 2012 BIG TEN ALL-ACADEMIC LION CAREER 2011-12: Earned All-America distinction in the 400 medley relay, anchoring the team to an eighth-place finish in a school-record time of 3:07.62... Anchored the 200 medley relay to All-America honors with a blazing 19.25 leg during prelims...Swam on the 200 free relay at Big Tens and at NCAAs, leading off both relays...Led off the 400 free relay at NCAAs and Big Tens... Held the team’s top times in the 50 free (19.80, lead-off leg at NCAAs, 3/22/12) and 100 free (43.85 at Big Ten Championships, 2/25/12)... Earned spot as Penn State’s second-fastest 200 freestyle swimmer with a 1:38.17 swim at Big Tens...Also participated in the 800 freestyle relay at Big Tens, anchoring the team to a 6:28.99. 2010-11: Competed in the Big Ten Championships in six events...Had best 50 freestyle (20.57) and 100 freestyle (44.93) times at Big Ten Championships, finishing in 30th place...Notched best 200 freestyle finish of season at Big Ten Championships with a time of 1:40.00, earning 45th place... Earned two victories in relay events, helping the team win the 200 freestyle relay vs. Buffalo and the 400 medley relay vs. Buffalo (2/4/11)...Posted his best individual finish with a third place at West Virginia (10/16/10). HIGH SCHOOL Swam to seven All-America distinctions at Unionville...Squad won the League Championship freshman year under the direction of Jeremy Dickson and Erin Carey...Won the PIAA State Championship and set the record in the 100 free junior year...Placed in the Top 10 in three events (50, 100 and 200 freestyle) at the SCY Junior National Championships. PERSONAL Shane Thomas Austin was born April 5, 1992 in Bryn Mawr, Pa. to John and Mary Austin...The youngest of four children with sister, Jennifer, and two brothers, Mike, a 1999 PSU graduate, and John, a co-captain of the 2010-11 PSU swimming squad...Majoring in biology. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because of the combination of a very close team that wants to be the best, a coaching staff dedicated to the improvement of their athletes and the great academics and college atmosphere.”

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CIPOLLA

Event 100 Breast 200 Breast

CAREER BEST TIMES Time Date Site 57.34 2/26/11 Last Chance Meet 1:59.74 2/22/12 Big Ten Championships

400 IM

3:51.57

2/22/12

Big Ten Championships

LION CAREER 2011-12: Qualified for the U.S. Olympic Trials in both the 200 breast and the 400 IM in the summer of 2012...Competed in three events in the 2012 Big Ten Championships, including a 12th-place finish in the B Finals in the 200 breast with a time of 1:59.74, fourth all-time in Penn State history...Set a personal best record in the 200 breast, as well as in the 400 IM (3:51.57) for a 14th place finish in the B Final at the Big Tens...Led a Nittany Lion sweep of the 400 IM against West Virginia with a time of 4:04.44 and again in the 200 breaststroke with a time of 2:06.19...Won the 200 breast against Georgia Tech with a time of 2:05.11...Qualified for the 200 breast A final at the Ohio State Invitational with a time of 2:01.60 before finishing eighth with 2:03.05...Recorded a season high of 58.00 seconds in the 100 breast at OSU, as well as a personal best in the 200 IM with a time of 1:53.27 (12/2/11)...Finished the 200 breaststroke in 2:02.88 to capture a second place finish against Navy.... With a time of 2:03.49, placed third against OSU and Michigan (1/27/12)...Rounded out the regular season with a first place finish in the 200 breast with a time of 2:05.14 against Lehigh (2/4/12). 2010-11: Competed in eight events as a freshman, seeing the most action in the 100 breaststroke, 200 breaststroke and the 400 individual medley... Swam 2:08.01 for a third place finish at West Virginia (10/16/10)... Notched a career-best time of 58.82 at the Georgia Invitational (12/4/10), finishing in 20th place...Also posted a career-best in the 200 breaststroke at the Georgia Invitational, swimming a time of 2:04.24...Earned a third place finish in the 400 IM at West Virginia...Had season-best time of 3:59.52 in the 400 IM at the Georgia Invitational. HIGH SCHOOL Swam for the Scarlet Athletic Club under the direction of Tom Speedling ...Qualified for Junior Nationals three times...Four-time Secional Championship finalist in 2009 (100 and 200 breaststroke, 1,000 and 1,650 freestyle)...Two-time Sectional Championship finalist in the 100 and 200 breaststroke. PERSONAL Chris Patrick Cipolla was born December 2, 1991 in Chicago, Ill. to Ann and Robert Cipolla...Majoring in nutrition. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because of the strong bond that the swim team shares, the amazing amount of school spirit, and the outstanding level of education.”

1999 BIG TEN CHAMPIONS

NITTANY LION JUNIORS

PETER

SEAN

Sea Girt, N.J. The Peddie School/Maryland

Hummelstown, Pa. Hershey

Junior • FREESTYLE

Junior • BUTTERFLY/BACKSTROKE

FITTIN

BEFORE PENN STATE At Maryland 2011-12: A top five competitor for Maryland in the 100 free (45.75)...Took 11th in the 100 free (46.39) and 13th in the 50 free (21.32) at the Terrapin Cup...Finished 25th in the 100 fly (52.83). At Maryland 2010-11: Top five performer in the 50 free for Maryland... Finished 44th in his prelim 50 free swim (21.15) at the ACC Championships...Took 46th in 100 free (46.64) at his first ACC Championships. HIGH SCHOOL State record holder in 200 medley, 400 medley, and 800 freestyle relays at The Peddie School...Eight-time National High School All-American... Swam for Peddie Aquatic Association. PERSONAL Son of Peter and Clare Fittin...Father played water polo at Monmouth College...Sister, Carolyn, is a member on the Maryland swimming team... Lists biggest sports thrill as winning Easterns.

GRIER

Event 100 Back 200 Back 100 Fly

CAREER BEST TIMES Time Date Site 47.16 2/24/12 Big Ten Championships 1:45.62 2/23/11 Big Ten Championships 46.83 2/24/12 Big Ten Championships

200 Fly

1:55.72

11/4/11

at Auburn

2012 ALL-AMERICA (200 Medley Relay, 400 Medley Relay) 2011 ALL-AMERICA (200 Medley Relay) 2012 ALL-BIG TEN SECOND TEAM 2011 & 2012 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFIER LION CAREER 2011-12: Earned All-America honors for the second straight year, supplying the butterfly leg of the 200 and 400 medley relays...Broke Penn State’s 10-year record in the 100 butterfly with a 46.83 swim at Big Tens...Earned All-Big Ten second team honors...Set a personal best in the 100 backstroke with a NCAA B Cut at Big Tens with a 47.16 (2/24/12)...Swam the fly leg on the school-record 400 medley relay that swam 3:07.62 at NCAAs (2/23/12), which eventually finished eighth in the nation...Helped the 200 medley relay break the school record at Big Tens with a time of 1:25.61 (2/22/12), earning a second-place finish...Swam the third leg in the 200 free relay at NCAAs (2/24/12), finishing with a season best 1:19.20...Swam the second leg of the 400 free relay at NCAAs with a team best 2:56.65. 2010-11: Earned a trip to the NCAAs in seven different competitions... Had season-best finish in the 100 backstroke at the Big Ten Championships with a ninth-place finish with a time of 47.86 (2/25/11)...Swam a time of 48.13 in the 100 backstroke at the NCAA Championships (3/25/11)... Notched top two personal-best finishes in the 200 backstroke at the Big Ten Championships (17th) with a time of 1:45.62 and the NCAA Championships (32nd) with a time of 1:46.05...Finished ninth at the Big Ten Championships and 34th at the NCAA Championships in the 100 butterfly.... Helped his team to a 19th place finish in the 200 and 400 freestyle relays at the NCAA Championships...Helped the Nittany Lions record a ninth place finish in the 200 medley relay at the NCAA Championships and a third place finish at the Big Ten Championships. HIGH SCHOOL Six-time PIAA State Champion capturing the 2009 and 2010 200 medley relay and 400 free relay events...The 2010 PIAA 200 medley relay was swam in a state and national record of 1:30.27...Won four conference, three PIAA District 3, and two PIAA team championships at Hershey...Named a 12time All-American PERSONAL Sean Patrick Grier was born in Lebanon, Pa. on May 2, 1992 to Cheryl and Dennis Grier...Has one sister, Alexis...Majoring in business...Intends to work as a financial advisor after Penn State.

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NITTANY LION JUNIORS

JOHN

LUCAS

Pottstown, Pa. St. Pius X/Maryland

McKeesport, Pa. Elizabeth Forward

Junior • FREESTYLE/IM

Junior • DIVER

HAUSER

BEFORE PENN STATE At Maryland 2011-12: Maryland’s most valuable swimmer with top times in the 50 free (20.19), 100 free (44.15), 200 free (1:36.86) and 200 IM (1:48.25)...Two-time ACC Men’s Performer of the Week (11/15 and 1/17)...Touched the wall 15th in the 200 IM (1:49.54) at the 2012 ACC Championships...Finished eighth in the 200 free (1:37.55) and 11th in the 100 free (44.15)...Contributed to 200 medley relay team that finished eighth (1:28.24)...Also part of sixth-place 800 free relay (6:33.11)...Won the 200 IM (1:48.85) and 50 free (20.39) at the Terp Cup...Took second in the 200 free (1:38.01) and 100 free (44.43). At Maryland 2010-11: Tallied the top 200 free time on the team...Also boasted top five showings in the 50, 100, 500, and 1,000 free for Maryland...Member of eighth place 800 free relay (6:33.90), 200 free relay (1:20.78) and 400 medley relay (3:16.52) that secured NCAA B-cut marks at the ACC Championships...Finished 21st in the 500 free (4:31.12)... Took 15th in the 200 free (1:38.83)...Also 17th in the 100 free (44.32) with an NCAA B-cut mark...Part of first place 200 free relay (1:21.83) at the Terp Cup...Third in the 500 free and fifth in the 50 and 200 free... Member of second place 400 medley, 400 free and 800 free relay. HIGH SCHOOL Swam at St. Pius X High School...Four-time high school All-American and two-time PIAA high school state champion in the 500 free...Holds the district record in the 500 free...Two-time YMCA state champion and current record holder in the 200 free...Won the Short Course and Long Course at YMCA Nationals.

KACHURICK

BEFORE PENN STATE At Penn State Behrend 2010-12: Led the Behrend Lions to two Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference (AMCC) Championships (2011, 2012)... Holds the all-time school record on the one-meter board with a score of 319.35 (11/19/11)...Holds the all-time school record on the three-meter board with a score of 343.50 (2/5/11)... AMCC Diver of the Year in 2011 and 2012...Qualified for the 2011 NCAA Division III Championships on the one-meter board. HIGH SCHOOL Dove under Larisa Fetchen and Tammy Blackwood at Elizabeth Forward…State AA qualifier as a junior and as a senior…Seventh-Place medal during senior year…Two-year letterwinner in diving and threeyear letterwinner in swimming…Four-year letterwinner in track and field, as well as a two-year letterwinner in cross country…Graduated with High Honors. PERSONAL Born Lucas Stephen Kachurick on August 16, 1991 in McKeesport, Pa.… Parents are Joseph and Laura Kachurick…Has one brother, Jeremy Kachurick…Nutrition major and Biology minor. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “There’s no place like it in the world. The atmosphere and people…something just draws you in.”

PERSONAL John William Hauser was born on June 23, 1992 to Jack Hauser and Ellen Kanaley...Mother was a swimmer at the Rochester Institute of Technology...Majoring in economics. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because of its strong academics and athletics.”

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1999 BIG TEN CHAMPIONS

NITTANY LION JUNIORS

THOMAS

MATT

Malvern, Pa. Malvern Prep

Downingtown, Pa. Downingtown East

Junior • BUTTERFLY/BACKSTROKE/IM

Junior • BUTTERFLY/IM

MERSHON

Event 100 Back 200 Back 100 Fly 200 IM

CAREER BEST TIMES Time Date Site 48.65 2/22/12 Big Ten Championships 1:45.05 2/22/12 Big Ten Championships 50.43 2/25/11 Big Ten Championships 1:48.50 2/23/12 Big Ten Championships

LION CAREER 2011-12: Competed in nine events as a sophomore, seeing the most action in the 100 back and the 200 back...Participated in three events at the 2012 Big Ten Championships, recording personal best times in the 100 back (48.65 - C Final), the 200 back (1:45.05 - B Final) and the 200 IM (1:48.50 - C Final)...Won the B Final in the 200 back with a time of 1:48.46 at the Ohio State Invitational (12/2/11). 2010-11: Competed in the Big Ten Championships in four events...Placed 30th in the preliminaries for 100 breaststroke with a time of 49.63 at the Big Ten Championships...Notched an NCAA B cut in the 200 backstroke with a time of 1:45.98 for 13th place at the Big Ten Championships... Had a season-best time with a 1:45.25 showing at the Last Chance Meet... Placed 40th in the preliminaries for 100 butterfly at the Big Ten Championships with a time of 50.43...Finished third in the 200 freestyle against St. Bonaventure with a time of 1:45.79...Helped his team place fifth in the 200 freestyle relay against Maryland and Pittsburgh with a time of 1:26.07 (1/14/11). HIGH SCHOOL Won two team Inter-AC Championships under the coaching of Paul Hornsleth and Jay Schiller...Named All-Inter-AC and All-American...Fourtime letterwinner in swimming...Earned First Honors in academics...Fivetime YMCA National Champion for Upper Main Line YMCA club team coached by Glenn Neufeld...Holds three Long Course YMCA national records...Qualified for Junior Nationals. PERSONAL Thomas John Mershon was born on May 27, 1992 in Philadelphia, Pa. to John and Janie Mershon...Has a sister, Hollie, who plays basketball at Drexel, and a brother, John, who played football for Ithaca College. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State for the opportunities the university offers. Penn State’s pride in academics and athletics is something to behold and impressed me greatly.”

SALIG

Event 200 Free 500 Free 100 Fly 200 Fly 200 IM

CAREER BEST TIMES Time Date Site 1:38.09 3/23/12 NCAA Championships 1:38.09 2/22/12 Big Ten Championships 4:30.78 12/2/11 Ohio State Invitational 48.36 2/25/11 Big Ten Championships 1:44.18 3/4/12 Last Chance Meet 1:46.02 3/22/11 NCAA Championships

2012 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFIER 2012 BIG TEN ALL-ACADEMIC LION CAREER 2011-12: Qualified for first NCAA Championships in 2012...Set a school record in the 200 butterfly with a 1:44.18 swim at the Last Chance Meet (3/4/12)...Set a personal best in the 200 IM with a time of 1:46.02 at NCAAs, the time was second-fastest on the team and fifth-fastest in school history...Twice swam the fastest 200 freestyle swim on the team with a time of 1:38.09 at the NCAA Championships (3/23/12) and leading off the 800 freestyle relay at Big Ten Championships (2/22/12)...Earned a personal best time in the 500 free at the OSU Invitational (4:30.78, 12/2/11) 2010-11: Earned a trip to the Big Ten Championships in three events (100 butterfly, 200 butterfly, 200 IM)...Bested the NCAA “B” Standard in the 200 butterfly at the Big Ten Championships with a time of 1:45.11 (2/27/11)...Finished second among Nittany Lions and 18th overall in the 100 butterfly at the Big Ten Championships with a time of 45.56 (2/25/11)...Swam 1:45.07 in the Last Chance Meet to beat the NCAA “B” Standard in the 200 Butterfly...Placed first in the 200 butterfly against Virginia Tech (10/23/10) with a time of 1:50.27...Swam 3:21.28 to win the 400 medley relay against Buffalo (2/4/11)...Earned two first place finishes in the 500 freestyle, swimming 4:38.64 against Pittsburgh (1/15/11) and 4:36.57 against Buffalo (2/4/11). HIGH SCHOOL Earned five All-America honors under the direction of Ross Herman...Fouryear letterwinner in swimming...Member of the Upper Main Lion YMCA club team coached by Glenn Neufeld...2009 YMCA Long Course National Champion in the 200 IM and all five relays. PERSONAL Matthew Charles Salig was born in Fairfax, Va. on November 15, 1991 to John and Carolyn Salig...Has two siblings, Lauren and Colin...Majoring in engineering. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State for the outstanding academics and athletics with the great team atmosphere and spirit.”

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NITTANY LION JUNIORS

ANDREW

SETH

Philadelphia, Pa. La Salle College

Christiansburg, Va. CHRISTIANSBURG

Junior • FREESTYLE/BUTTERFLY

Junior • FREESTYLE

SIDERAS

Event 50 Free 100 Free

CAREER BEST TIMES Time Date Site 20.25 2/23/12 Big Ten Championships 44.89 2/23/12 Big Ten Championships

100 Fly

49.25

2/24/12

Big Ten Championships

WENSEL

Event 100 Free 200 Free

CAREER BEST TIMES Time Date Site 46.33 2/23/12 Big Ten Championships 1:38.91 2/23/12 Big Ten Championships

500 Free 200 Back

4:35.23 1:52.99

2/24/12 12/2/11

Big Ten Championships Ohio State Invitational

2012 BIG TEN ALL-ACADEMIC LION CAREER 2011-12: Competed in nine events as a sophomore, seeing the most action in the 50 free, 100 free and 100 fly...Recorded personal best times in the 50 free (20.25), earning 21st place in the C final, the 100 free (44.89) and the 100 fly (49.25) at the Big Ten Championships...Was a member of the first-place 200 medley relay squad, finishing with a time of 1:31.33 against Georgia Tech (11/5/11)...Member of the 400 free relay team that defeated Indiana and Virginia by .20 seconds with a time of 3:03.23 (11/19/11)... Helped lead the 400 free relay team to a season best of 3:00.22 to qualify for the NCAA “B” Cut at the Ohio State Invitational...Earned a first place finish in the 50 free with a time of 21.26 seconds (11/4/11)...Also a member of the 200 free medley team that earned first place with a time of 1:24.19 against Auburn (11/4/11)...Along with the 200 medley relay squad, finished the circuit in a time of 1:29.38 for a first place finish against Navy...Swimming against Buffalo, won the 50 free (20.66) and the 100 free (43.38), and was a member of the 200 freestyle relay team, winning with a time of 1:22:15...Also a member of the winning 400 freestyle relay team with a time of 3:02.25 against Lehigh (2/4/12). 2010-11: Competed in four events at the Big Ten Championships (50 freestyle, 100 freestyle, 100 butterfly, 200 freestyle relay)...Swam 1:21.12 to place eighth in the 200 freestyle relay at the Big Ten Championships... Placed third in the 50 freestyle against Buffalo (2/4/11) with a time of 21.41...Swam 1:22.94 to place first against Buffalo in the 200 freestyle relay. HIGH SCHOOL Finished third at the 2009 PIAA Championship in the 100 free and finished in fifth-place at the 2010 PIAA Championship...Member of four-time conference champions at La Salle College under Frank Lichtner...Seven-time All-American...Earned All-State honors in the 50 and 100 free, as well as the 200 and 400 free relays...Named 2009-10 Scholastic All-American... Competed at the Southern Region Sectionals and Junior Nationals in 2008 and 2009. PERSONAL Andrew Ginther Sideras was born on March 20, 1992 in Philadelphia, PA to Lisa and Ted Sideras...Has an older brother, Eric, who attends Penn State.

LION CAREER 2011-12: Competed in three events at the Big Ten Championship, recording personal best times in the 100 free (46.33), 200 free (1:38.91) and the 500 free (4:35.23)...Also a member of the 800 freestyle relay team at the Big Tens, finishing ninth with a season best of 6:28.99...Time nearly topped the Penn State school record of 6:28.11 set at the 2011 Big Ten Championships...Earned a second place finish in the 500 free with a time of 4:43.35 against Buffalo (2/3/12). BEFORE PENN STATE At Tennessee 2009-10: Competed for the Volunteers his freshman season... Set season bests in the 200 freestyle (1:41.69) and 500 freestyle (4:35.39) at the Tennessee Invitational...Notched a season best time of 1:55.00 in the 200 fly at the Tennessee Invitational. HIGH SCHOOL Swam for the Virginia Gators club team coached by Doug Fonder and Korey McCulley...Reached the USA Senior Nationals as a qualifier as well as the USA Junior Nationals...Earned a spot in the USA 2009 World Championship trials...Coached by Amy Briel at Christansburg High...Holds school records in every event, while leading team as captain for four seasons...Holds Virginia high school state record in the 200 free...Two-time state champion in 200 free and won the 500 free as well...Named a USA Swimming High School Scholastic All-American in 2007-08 and 200809...Two-time NISCA/Speedo All-American in the 200 and 500 freestyle from 2007-09. PERSONAL Seth Wensel was born March 12, 1991 in Christiansburg, Va. to Lee and Vicky Wensel...Has one sister, Lauren, who swam at Radford University... Majoring in communications and liberal arts. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because of excellent academics, good team chemistry and great coaches.”

ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because of its reputation of good academics combined with a successful athletic program.

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1999 BIG TEN CHAMPIONS

NITTANY LION JUNIORS/SOPHOMORES

JAMES

EMRE

Nottingham, Pa. Oxford Area

Istanbul, Turkey Enka

Junior • BREASTSTROKE/IM

Sophomore • FREESTYLE/BUTTERFLY

WILSON

Event 100 Free 100 Breast 200 IM

CAREER BEST TIMES Time Date Site 45.34 2/23/12 Big Ten Championships 54.88 2/24/12 Big Ten Championships 1:50.65 2/24/11 Big Ten Championships

LION CAREER 2011-12: Qualified for the U.S. Olympic Trials in the 100 breast in the summer of 2012...Also competed in the 2012 U.S. Open Swimming Championships in the 100 breast, recording a time of 1:05.18...Participated in three events at the Big Ten Championships, recording personal best times in the 100 free (45.34) and the 100 breast (54.88 - B Final)...Time of 1:50.68 in the 200 IM nearly topped his personal best of 1:50.65...Competed in the 200 medley relay against WVU on Oct. 22, helping the team place second with a time of 1:32.87...Member of the 200 medley relay team against Lehigh, recording a time of 1:30.48 for a first place finish. 2010-11: Competed in four events at the Big Ten Championships (100 freestyle, 100 butterfly, 200 IM, 800 freestyle relay)...Bested the NCAA “B” Standard while placing seventh in the Big Ten Championships by swimming 6:29.39...Swam 21.46 to finish ninth in the 50 freestyle against Indiana (11/19/10)...Finished first in the 100 freestyle against St. Bonaventure (1/22/11) after swimming 46.19...Finished fifth against West Virginia (10/16/10) in the 200 freestyle...Swam 59.58 in the 100 breaststroke against Pittsburgh (1/14/11) to finish fifth...Swam 3:00.59 in the 400 freestyle relay to best the NCAA “B” Standard while placing seventh at the Georgia Invitational (12/5/10). HIGH SCHOOL Earned All-America honors in high school while lettering four years straight in swimming...Swam for the Suburban Seahawks club team under the direction of Charlie Kennedy...Named a NISCA All-American, Junior USA National Finalist and USA National Qualifier...Qualified for PIAA Championships junior and senior years...Lettered for four years in golf. PERSONAL James Neel Wilson was born in Oxford, Pa. on July 22, 1992 to Nancy and Dave Wilson...Has one brother, Zach, who attended Penn State...Majoring in kinesiology.

ACAR

Event 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free 100 Fly

CAREER BEST TIMES Time Date Site 20.97 2/22/12 Big Ten Championships 45.78 2/23/12 Big Ten Championships 1:41.12 2/22/12 Big Ten Championships 53.95 1/27/12 at OSU/Michigan

LION CAREER 2011-12: Created three personal best times at the Big Ten Championships, participating in the 50 free (20.97), 100 free (45.78) and 200 free (1:41.12)...Competed in seven events, seeing the most action in the 50, 100 and 200 free...Swam a personal-best in the 100 fly against Ohio State and Michigan (1/27/12), recording a time of 53.95 seconds. HIGH SCHOOL Swam for Ender Kalpak at Enka High School for four seasons...Three-time captain from 2008-10...Qualified for nationals four times (2007-10)... Holds school records in 50-meter, 100m, 200m and 400m freestyle as well as 50m butterfly...Earned student-athlete of the year recognition from Enka in 2010...Swam for Anka Damiyanidis and the Enka Swim Club...Earned top five finishes in the 2010 Turkey National Winter Championship for the 200m and 50m free...Earned first in the 100m free at the 2009 International Kavala Race...Participated in the 2006, 2007 and 2009 Turkey NAtional Summer Championships, winning the 200m free in the 2007 edition. PERSONAL Adil Emre Acar was born January 1, 1992 in Istanbul, Turkey to Esra and Bulent Ferdag Acar...Has one sister, Asli...Asli swims for the Enka Swim Club...Majoring in industrial engineering. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because of its strong engineering program and its competitive swimming team where I can both contribute to myself and to the team. One other reason is that when I was roaming University Park I realized that the staff and the students embraced the campus as their home, which is a unique quality for PSU.”

ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because of the drive the swimmers had. They were not there to mess around, they were there to do work.”

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NITTANY LION SOPHOMORES

NICK

JONATHAN

East Brunswick, N.J. East Brunswick

Silver Spring, Md. Georgetown Prep

Sophomore • FREESTYLE

Sophomore • FREESTYLE/IM

ANKOSKO

Event 200 Free 500 Free 1,000 Free 1,650 Free

CAREER BEST TIMES Time Date Site 1:39.25 2/22/12 Big Ten Championships 4:20.99 2/23/12 Big Ten Championships 9:04.51 2/24/12 Big Ten Championships 15:05.32 2/25/12 Big Ten Championships

LION CAREER 2011-12: Set two school records in the 1,000 Free (9:04.51) and the 1,650 free (15:05.32) at the Big Ten Championships...Swam the second-fastest 500 freestyle in Penn State history with a 4:20.99 mark at Big Tens, just .71 off the top record...Touched the wall in 1:39.25 at Big Ten Championships in the 200 freestyle. CLUB TEAM Swam for the Scarlet Athletic Club under the direction of Tom Speedling...A two-time U.S. Open qualifier, once each in the 500 freestyle and 800 freestyle, respectively...Participated in Junior Nationals in 2009-10 and 201011...Competed at the Ohio Grand Prix and Florida Sectionals as a finalist in 2009-10...Reached the finals of the Indianapolis Grand Prix in 2010-11...A Speedo Sectional Finalist in 2008-09. PERSONAL Nicholas Charles Ankosko was born in Plainfield, N.J. on March 17, 1993 to Robert and Lorraine Ankosko...Has a brother, Darren, and a sister, Lauren...Darren competes for the Virginia men’s swim team...Business major. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because of the beautiful campus, strong swim team family and amazing education.”

EKSTROM

Event 200 Breast 200 IM 400 IM

CAREER BEST TIMES Time Date Site 2:02.50 2/23/12 Big Ten Championships 1:48.66 2/24/12 Big Ten Championships 3:56.68 2/24/12 Big Ten Championships

LION CAREER 2011-12: Concluded the season by participating in three events at the Big Ten Championships...Recorded personal best times in the 200 breast (2:02.50), 200 IM (1:48.66) and 400 IM (3:56.68) at the Big Tens...Competed in nine events, seeing the most action in the 200 breast, 200 IM and 400 IM, while making collegiate debuts in the 50 free, 200 free, 100 back, 200 back and the 100 breast...Took second in the 400 IM with a time of 4:05.00, helping the squad sweep WVU in the event...Also earned a second place finish in the 200 breast with a time of 2:09.93 against the Mountaineers (10/22/11). HIGH SCHOOL Member of the USA Swimming Virtual Club Swimming champions in 2010...Earned four high school All-American honors in 2010 (100 back, 200 IM, 200 medley relay, 400 free relay)...Member of the 2009 All-American 400 free relay squad...Named 2010 Washington Post Boys’ Swimmer of the Year...Named to the Washington Post All-Met First Team in 2010 while gathering first-team honors from the All-Gazette Boys’ Swimming Team, All-IAC, and All-WMPSSDL...Named a Scholastic All-American for 4.0 GPA in 2009...Competed in the short and long course junior nationals in 2009 as well as the NCSA junior nationals...In 2010, finished seventh (200 back), ninth (200 IM), 17th (100 back), 18th (200 breast) and 27th (50 back) at the NCSA Junior National meet...Competed in the 2010 ConocoPhillips National Championships...Swam for Rockville Montgomery Swim Club under the direction of Scott Vekeman and Dave Crocker. PERSONAL Jonathan W. Ekstrom was born July 2, 1993 in Stoneham, Mass. to Gretchen and Christopher Ekstrom...Has two siblings, Michael and Kierstin... Mother, Gretchen, was a swimmer at University of Washington...Father, Christopher, was a cyclist at MIT...Majoring in chemical engineering with the intent to work in research and development upon graduation. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because the great coaches, a great team and great academics made it the perfect fit for me.”

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PENN STATE 2012-13 • MEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING

1999 BIG TEN CHAMPIONS

NITTANY LION SOPHOMORES

KYLE

RYAN

Madison, N.J. Seton Hall Prep/Maryland

Chestnut RIdge, N.Y. Odon Bosco Prep/Maryland

Sophomore • BACKSTROKE/BUTTERFLY

Sophomore • BACKSTROKE/IM

MADLEY

BEFORE PENN STATE At Maryland 2011-12: Boasted top five times for Maryland in the 100 back (49.61), 100 fly (49.15), 200 fly (1:49.22) and 400 IM (4:25.34)... Competed in the 2012 ACC Championships...Took 20th in the 100 fly (49.15)...Also finished 20th in the 100 back (49.61) and 15th in the 200 fly (1:49.56)...Touched the wall fifth in the 200 IM (1:53.31), fifth in the 100 back (50.84), and sixth in the 100 fly (50.30) at the Terp Cup.

MAGEE

BEFORE PENN STATE At Maryland 2011-12: Top five competitor for Maryland in the 200 back (1:47.83) and 400 IM (4:03.94)...Finished 19th in the 200 back (1:47.83) at the 2012 ACC Championships...Finished fifth in the 400 IM (4:04.10), 14th in the 100 back (52.00) and ninth in the 200 back (1:49.98) at the Terrapin Cup.

HIGH SCHOOL Swam for four seasons at Seton Hall Prep under head coach Randy Schweitzer...Two-time team captain and team MVP...Helped the Pirates compile a 61-7 record in four seasons...2011 Cullen Jones Award, Star-Ledger Essex County Swimmer of the Year...Five-time Conference record holder and 10-time school record holder...Six-time first team All-SEC Conference and 12-time first team All-Essex County...Swam club for Somerset Hills YMCA under head coach Peter Barry for five seasons...Two-time Scholastic All-American...Short Course and Long Course USA Swimming Junior National Qualifier. PERSONAL Kyle Johnson Madley was born September 18, 1992 in Madison, N.J. to Peter Madley and Gail Johnson...Comes from a long line of accomplished swimmers at Seton Hall Prep...A distant relative of President John Adams... Majoring in psychology...Plans on attending law school after graduating. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State for the great mix of academics and athletics. It is a school that will challenge me both in and out of the pool. Also, the coaches and team are all extremely motivated towards taking this team to the highest level it can go.”

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NITTANY LION SOPHOMORES

NATHAN

NATE

Berwyn, Pa. Delaware County Christian

Reading, Pa. Wilson

Sophomore • FREESTYLE

Sophomore • BACKSTROKE/IM

REED

Event 100 Free 200 Free 500 Free 200 Fly

CAREER BEST TIMES Time Date Site 46.71 2/25/12 Big Ten Championships 1:39.57 2/24/12 Big Ten Championships 4:39.72 2/23/12 Big Ten Championships 1:55.77 12/2/11 Ohio State Invitational

LION CAREER 2011-12: Participated in three events at the Big Ten Championships, recording personal best times in the 100 free (46.71), 200 free (1:39.57) and the 500 free (4:39.72)...Competed in nine events, seeing the most action in the 200 free and the 500 free, as well as in the 200 fly...Swam a personal best in the 200 fly at the Ohio State Invitational (12/2/11), recording a time of 1:55.77. HIGH SCHOOL Won 2011 district in the 200 free while placing second in 100 free...Holds Delaware County Christian 200 free record...Swam for Upper Main Line YMCA club team coached by Glenn Neufeld...Holds 500 free team record...Top eight finalist in 200 men’s freestyle in 2010 and 2011...Participated in over 10 national relay championships...Participated in Junior Nationals and YMCA Nationals. PERSONAL Nathan Andrew Reed was born March 16, 1992 in Bryn Mawr, Pa. to Brent and Cathy Reed...Has one brother, Evan, who swims at North Carolina... Majoring in business with a concentration in economics. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State not just due to both its respected swim team and its prestigious school of business, but also due to the team camaraderie.”

SAVOY

Event 100 Back 200 Back 200 IM 400 IM

CAREER BEST TIMES Time Date Site 46.60 2/24/12 Big Ten Championships 1:42.56 2/25/12 Big Ten Championships 1:46.46 2/23/12 Big Ten Championships 3:54.56 12/3/11 OSU Invitational

2012 ALL-AMERICA (200 Medley Relay, 400 Medley Relay, 100 Back) 2012 BIG TEN FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2012 ALL-BIG TEN SECOND TEAM LION CAREER 2011-12: Earned NCAA All-American honors in the 200 medley relay, 400 medley relay and 100 backstroke, becoming the first Nittany Lion to earn three All-American awards in a single championship season...First NCAA All-American since Pat Schirk won the 200 backstroke in 2008...Earned Big Ten Freshman of the Year honors en route to All-Big Ten second team... Swam second fastest 100 and 200 backstroke swims at PSU, finishing in 46.60 and 1:42.46, respectively at Big Tens...Notched 1:46.46 time in the 200 IM, second fastest at Penn State at Big Tens...Swam a personal best 3:54.56 in the 400 IM at the OSU Invitational...Led off the 200 and 400 medley relay teams that posted school records of 1:25.61 and 3:07.62, respectively...The 200 medley relay record came at Big Tens, while the 400 medley relay record was set at NCAA Championships...Earned first Big Ten Freshman of the Week award on Feb. 7 for winning four events against Buffalo and Lehigh. HIGH SCHOOL Earned All-America, All-State, All-Conference, All-District and All-League honors in the 100 free, 100 back, 200 IM, 200 medley relay and 400 free relay...Three-time PIAA gold medalist and a two-time silver medalist... Member of the 2008 PIAA State Champions at Wilson...Member of the state record-holding 400 free relay...Holds Wilson records for 200 IM, 100 free, 400 free relay and 200 medley relay...Captained team in 2009-10... Named USA Swimming All-American as well as All-State, All-Conference, All-District in 100 back, 200 IM, 400 free relay and 200 medley relay during the 2009-10 season. PERSONAL Nathaniel Ryan Savoy was born February 22, 1993 in Reading, Pa. to Joan and Rich Savoy...Has two brothers, Matthew and Danny...Majoring in engineering with the intent to become an engineer upon graduation. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because I really connected with the team and coaches. I have dreamed about going to Penn State since I was little and my dad took us to football games. Also, the engineering program cannot be matched.”

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PENN STATE 2012-13 • MEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING

1999 BIG TEN CHAMPIONS

NITTANY LION SOPHOMORES

T.J.

JOE

Richboro, Pa. Council Rock South

Massapequa, N.Y. Massapequa

Sopohomore • DIVING

Sophomore • DIVING

SCHENKEL

Event 1-Meter 3-Meter

CAREER BEST SCORES Score Date Site 283.50 2/3/12 vs. Buffalo 289.59 1/14/12 vs. Arkansas/Navy

LION CAREER 2011-12: Competed in both the one- and three-meter dives in nine events... Recorded a season high of 283.50 on the one-meter board against Buffalo for a fourth place finish...Earned fourth place on the three-meter board with a score of 286.05 against Buffalo (2/3/12)...Recorded a season high score of 289.59 on the three-meter board against Arkansas and Navy for a fourth place finish...Earned two third-place finishes against Lehigh (2/4/12) on the one-meter board (272.85) and the three-meter board (270.83). HIGH SCHOOL Earned All-State Honorable Mention and All-District accolades...Earned second at the All-Suburban One National Division Championships... Placed third at the PIAA District 1 AAA Championships...Captured ninth place at the PIAA AAA Championships...Dove for Steve Janski at Council Rock South...Competed for Candice Gotlibe on the Blue Dolphin Diving team...Lettered four years in swimming and diving. PERSONAL Timothy Jordan Schenkel was born July 8, 1993 to Tim and Joan Shenkel... Has one sister, Jaclyn...Majoring in engineering. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because it’s the best school.”

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SPINELLI

Event 1-Meter

CAREER BEST SCORES Score Date Site 194.32 2/3/12 vs. Buffalo

LION CAREER 2011-12: Competed in five events, seeing action on the one-meter dive... Recorded a season high of 194.32 on the one-meter board against Buffalo (2/3/12). HIGH SCHOOL Dove for Massapequa High School coached by Brendan Mims...Finished eighth in Nassau County...Finished third in conference and in the division...Earned Massapequa Scholar-Athlete honors in 2010 and 2011, while breaking school record for one-meter, six dive record...Competed with the Long Island Divers coached by George Taylor III, qualifying for the national meet. PERSONAL Joseph Domenick Spinelli was born May 8, 1993 in Massapequa, N.Y. to Anthony and Cristina Spinelli...Has one brother, Matt...Father, Anothy, wrestled at Central Connecticut State University...Majoring in mechanical engineering with the intent to work for a car company or government in engineering. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because I wanted to dive in college and achieve my fullest potential along with being attracted to it success at finding jobs upon graduation.”

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LARRY

JEFF

Pine Bush, N.Y. Pine Bush

Hershey, Pa. Hershey

Sophomore • FREESTYLE

Sophomore • FREESTYLE

VIRGILIO

Event 50 Free 100 Free 100 Fly

CAREER BEST TIMES Time Date Site 21.03 2/23/12 Big Ten Championships 46.18 2/25/12 Big Ten Championships 53.07 2/24/12 Big Ten Championships

LION CAREER 2011-12: Participated in three events at the Big Ten Championships, recording personal best times in the 50 free (21.03), 100 free (46.18) and the 100 fly (53.07)...Competed in nine events, seeing the most action in the 50 free and the 100 free. HIGH SCHOOL Coached by Kevin Blackwell in high school and for club team Pine Bush Elite...Three-time All-American...Named New York Swimmer of the Meet during the 2011 state championships...Set more than 40 records between high school, section and states during career...Three-time state champion in the 50 freestyle, 100 freestyle and 200 medley...Two-time state record holder in the 100 free and 200 medley relay...Member of undefeated league, county and sectional champion team for last three years of high school... Member of medley relay that won states in 2010, setting a state record... Earned four letters. PERSONAL Lawrence James Virgilio was born February 26, 1993 in Rhinebeck, N.Y. to Tom and Anne Virgilio...Has four siblings: Nick, Mike, Lorraine and Rose...Rose swims for Seton Hall... An honor graduate of law and leadership academy...Intends to attend the police academy upon graduation. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I signed with Penn State to further my swimming skills and qualify for NCAAs with an amazing team and coaching family.”

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YOUNG

Event 50 Free 100 Free 100 Fly

CAREER BEST TIMES Time Date Site 20.64 2/23/12 Big Ten Championships 45.93 2/25/12 Big Ten Championships 50.93 2/24/12 Big Ten Championships

LION CAREER 2011-12: Competed in nine events, seeing the most action in the 50 free and the 100 free...Participated in three events at the Big Ten Championships, recording personal best times in the 50 free (20.64), 100 free (45.93) and the 100 fly (50.93)...Member of the 200 medley relay team that took second place against WVU with a time of 1:32.87...Helped lead the 200 free relay team to a first place finish against Auburn (11/4/11) with a time of 1:24.15...Member of the 200 free relay team that swam a time of 1:22.15 for a first place finish against Buffalo (2/4/12). HIGH SCHOOL Swam for Greg Fastrich at Hershey Aquatic Club and at Hershey High... Member of three-time PIAA State Champions (2009-11) with a runnerup finish in 2008...Teammate at Hershey with fellow Nittany Lion Sean Grier...Earned second place in the 50 free and fourth in the 100 free at the 2011 PIAA AAA Championships...Anchored the NFHS record setting 200 freestyle relay team in 2011 as well as the 200 medley relay in 2010... Earned four letters. PERSONAL Jeffrey Bennet Young was born May 26, 1993 in Hershey, Pa. to Scott and Pam Young...Has two siblings, Jenny and Jason...Mother, Pam, swam at Ohio State and Elizabethtown...Great grandfather graduated from Penn State. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because I wanted to be challenged both in the pool and the classroom. I also thought Penn State would help me to set goals and attain them.”

1999 BIG TEN CHAMPIONS

NITTANY LION FRESHMEN

MAX

MATTHEW

Glen Carbon, Ill. Edwardsville

Kennett Square, Pa. Unionville

Freshman • BREASTSTROKE

Freshman • FREESTYLE

BYERS

HIGH SCHOOL Three-time USA Swimming Scholastic All-American...YMCA National Finalist...Junior National Finalist participant...Named Illinois First Team All-State...Earned three varsity letters in swimming. PERSONAL Maxwell Byers was born January 20, 1994 in Maryville, Ill. to Jane and Greg Byers...Brother, Greg, ran cross country and track at Oregon... Intends to go to graduate school for physical therapy. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because of the coaches and education. The coaches at Penn State were the one I meshed with the best and have a different style of coaching that is exciting and different. When it comes to education, a degree from Penn State is one that an employer would be very impressed with, and in the end, you go to school for a degree.”

DROHAN

HIGH SCHOOL Swam the fastest times for Golden Ram Aquatics in the 500 free, 1,000 free and 1,650 free in club history...NCSA Junior National qualifier in the 500 free...Swam for Erin Carey at Unionville...Earned division titles 2009-11... Named a Scholastic All-American in 2011 as well as winning the PIAA District 1 500 freestyle event...State finalist in the 500 free in 2011, serving as captain...Earned section qualifiers in the 200, 400, 800 and 1,500 freestyle events...Named to 2011 All-State Swim Team by the Pennsylvania High School Coaches Association as well as First Team All-Area in Chesterfield County...2011 NISCA State Top 16 500 free swimmer...Four-year letterwinner. PERSONAL Matthew James Drohan was born August 24, 1994 in Richmond, Va. to Cheryl and Jim Drohan...Has two sisters, twins named Megan and Kaitlyn...Intends to get into the field of bio-medical engineering after college. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because of the Eberly College of Science is world-renowned and the training and coaching of the PSU swim program will help me reach my full potential. I’m really excited to be part of this close-knit and dedicated team.”

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NITTANY LION FRESHMEN

ANDREW

KEVIN

Naperville, Ill. Naperville North

Matthews, N.C. Providence

Freshman • FREESTYLE

Freshman • BACKSTROKE/IM

EIKEN

GLENN

HIGH SCHOOL Holds the 200 and 500 freestyle record for Maverick...Swam for Kurt Johns at Naperville North, winning the 2010 conference championship...Achieve All-American status in 2008-09 and 2009-10...Named All-State first team 2009-10 and earned All-State second team 2008-10...Holds the conference record in the 200 free...Earned All-Conference honors in 2009 and 2010... Named to Academic All-Conference squad in 2009 and 2010.

HIGH SCHOOL Earned two state, three regional and three conference championships at Providence coached by Sandy Martin...Two-time All-State, four-time AllRegion and five-time All-Conference performer...Helped lead team to the North Carolina 200 medley relay record...Three-time letterwinner in swimming...Swam for Swim Mac Carolina under the direction of James Wike... Holds 400 IM long course record for 15-16 year olds.

PERSONAL Andrew Glynn Eiken was born September 22, 1993 in Chicago, Ill. to Ron and Mary Eiken...Has two sisters, Jilian and Olivia...Intends to work in either finance or accounting upon graduation...Majoring in business.

PERSONAL Kevin Michael Glenn was born May 27, 1994 in Matthews, N.C. to Teri Schoenhardt and David Glenn...Has one sister, Gina, who swims for Lenoir-Rhyne College...Intends to pursue a business career upon graduation.

ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because the amount of pride I felt around the university was unlike anywhere else. Also, the team was really close and I got along with the guys.”

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ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because I felt it offered me the best opportunity athletically and academically. I really enjoyed being around the team and felt that the coaches would push me to be the best I could be. While walking around campus it just felt like home to me.”

1999 BIG TEN CHAMPIONS

NITTANY LION FRESHMEN

MATT

ALEX

Montreal, Quebec John Rennie

Reading, Pa. Wilson

Freshman • FREESTYLE

Freshman • BACKSTROKE/IM

GRILLO

HIGH SCHOOL An accomplished swimmer out of Quebec swimming for Ryan Mallette at the Pointe-Claire Swim Club...Broke 10 Quebec Provincial records during career...Member of the Canadian Junior National Team in 2010...Finalist in the 2010 Spring and Summer Nationals in the 50 free. PERSONAL Matthew Grillo was born June 4, 1993 in Montreal, Quebec to Michele Delaunay and Gaetano Grillo...Has a sister, Vanessa, and a brother, Alexander. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I loved the atmosphere on campus. The academics and athletics are amazing. You are really cared for as an athlete at Penn State.”

HIGH

HIGH SCHOOL State Runner-Up in 2010 under head coach Roy Snyder…All-American, All-State, All-District and All-League performer in 200 free relay and 400 free relay…All-District and All-League performer in 200 IM and 100 back…PIAA Silver Medalist…Team captain during senior campaign… Four-time letterwinner in swimming and three-time letter winner in water polo…Also captain of water polo team for 2011…Two-time State Champions in water polo …Academic All-American. PERSONAL Born Alex Eisele High on September 13, 1993 in Reading, Pa. to Lee and Sharon High…Has one sister, Libby…Father swam at Gettysburg College…Intends to pursue an engineering position for a materials company upon graduation. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because of its great engineering programs and because of its competitive swim team. I have been around Penn State my whole life, and I wanted to be a part of the pride and excellence of this school.”

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NITTANY LION FRESHMEN

WILL

CALVIN

Hershey, Pa. Hershey

Keller, Texas Keller

Freshman • FREESTYLE/IM

Freshman • DIVER

LEE

HIGH SCHOOL Swam for Greg Fastrich at the Hershey Aquatics Club, qualifying for the U.S. junior nationals and U.S. open water nationals...Swam for Fastrich at Hershey High School, earning PIAA AAA State Championships in 2010 and 2011...Earned All-American honors in the 200 IM in 2010-11...Specialized in 500 freestyle and 200 IM, earning a district title and finishing in the A Final at PIAAs both sophomore and junior years...Swam for Columbus North High School (Ind.) in 2009-10, earning MVP honors. PERSONAL William Lee was born November 7, 1993 in Indianapolis to Martha and Steven Lee...Has three siblings, John, Maggie and Peter...Intends to major in biology and minor in math.

MORRIS

HIGH SCHOOL Lettered all four years at Keller High School under head coach Katie Beth Bryant…Also competed for the GC Divers under head coach Jeff Bro. PERSONAL Calvin Morris was born on January 24, 1994 in Red Deer, Canada to Rick and Dawn Morris…Grew up in Keller, Texas…Plans to major in athletic training…Plans on pursuing a career with a high school or collegiate sports team upon graduating. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because of how good it is academically and athletically.”

ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because of the academic excellence and the great team dynamics. Penn State also has a great campus feel.”

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KYLE

SHANE

Hershey, Pa. Hershey

Havertown, Pa. Haverford

Freshman • BREASTSTROKE

Freshman • FREESTYLE/BACKSTROKE

RUDDLE

HIGH SCHOOL Earned All-State honors every year, while capturing All-American honors in the 100 breast and two medley relay national records at Hershey... Coached by Greg Fastrich at Hershey Aquatic Club and at Hershey High, winning team state titles the past three seasons. PERSONAL Kyle Schug Ruddle was born October 25, 1993 in Harrisburg, Pa. to Pamela and Todd Ruddle...Has three siblings, Ben, Trevor and Jillian. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I love the atmosphere and the team at Penn State.”

RYAN

HIGH SCHOOL Earned 10 All-America distinctions at Haverford coached by Matt Stewart...Earned 11 All-State honors, while winning the 2011 PIAA and District 1 200 free event...Holds District 1 record in the 200 free and 100 backstroke set in 2011...Owns the State and District 1 record in the 100 back, set in 2010, which is the sixth fastest time in high school history...Named 2010 and 2011 Central League and DelCo Swimmer of the Year...Helped guide team to PIAAs in the 200 medley relay in 2010 and 2011 as well as the 400 free relay in 2011...Member of the 2010 and 2011 USA Swimming Youth National team, while swimming for Radnor Athletic Club under the direction of Mike Robinson...Letterwinner in golf, football and volleyball at Haverford. PERSONAL Shane Patrick Ryan was born January 27, 1994 in Drexel Hill, Pa. to Thomas and Mary Beth Ryan...Has one brother, Brendan, and one sister, Tara... Intends to pursue sports nutrition and swimming following graduation. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because I felt like it was the right place for me with its beautiful campus and the quality education offered in so many majors. I loved everyone on the swimming team and how close it is to home as well as liking the idea of swimming for my home state.”

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NITTANY LION FRESHMEN

CHASE

JON

Tacoma, Wash. Woodrow Wilson

Allison Park, Pa. Hampton

Freshman • BUTTERFLY

Freshman • FREESTYLE/BUTTERFLY

SCHELL

HIGH SCHOOL Swam for Don Higgins at Wilson High, earning three Washington meet qualifiers...Finished second in the 100 butterfly junior and senior years at the state meet...Swam for Trever Grey at the Tacoma Swim Club. PERSONAL Chase Andrew Schell was born March 13, 1994 in Tacoma, Wash. to Chris and Denise Schell...Has one brother, Conner...Majoring in chemical engineering. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because I wanted to move away from the West Coast, and found Penn State to be the right fit for me.”

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HIGH SCHOOL Swam for Rachel Ogden at Hampton earning final spots at PIAAs freshman and sophomore years...Set the 100 freestyle pool record at Hampton... Swam for Al Rose in the Jewish Community Center Sailfish club, earning trips to junior nationals. PERSONAL Jonathan William Seiferth was born September 6, 1993 in Pittsburgh, Pa. to Paul Seiferth and Sandra Lee Gyory Seiferth...Brother, Mike, competes for N.C. State swimming...Majoring in biological engineering with a minor in biology with the intent to attend medical school after graduation. ON CHOOSING PENN STATE “I chose Penn State because of its prestigious name as well as its world renowned reputation. I also chose Penn State was because of the team and its focus, drive, and enthusiasm as well as its welcoming atmosphere.”

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2011-12 PENN STATE TOP TIMES 50 FREESTYLE Shane Austin ^B 19.80 3/22/12 Andrew Sideras B 20.25 2/23/12 Brian Alden 20.33 2/23/12 Jeff Young 20.64 2/23/12 Sean Grier 20.93 12/2/11

NCAA A: 19.35, B: 20.31 at NCAA Championships at Big Ten Championships at Big Ten Championships at Big Ten Championships at Ohio State Invitational

100 FREESTYLE NCAA A: 42.26, B: 44.37 Shane Austin B 43.85 2/25/12 at Big Ten Championships Brian Alden B 44.01 2/25/12 at Big Ten Championships Andrew Sideras 44.89 2/25/12 at Big Ten Championships JamesWilson 45.34 2/25/12 at Big Ten Championships Emre Acar 45.78 2/25/12 at Big Ten Championships 200 FREESTYLE NCAA A: 1:33.61, B: 1:38.29 Matt Salig B 1:38.09 3/23/12 at NCAA Championships RB 1:38.09 2/22/12 at Big Ten Championships Shane Austin 1:38.17 2/24/12 at Big Ten Championships SethWensel 1:38.91 2/24/12 at Big Ten Championships Nick Ankosko 1:39.25 2/24/12 at Big Ten Championships Nathan Reed 1:39.57 2/24/12 at Big Ten Championships 500 FREESTYLE NCAA A: 4:15.68, B: 4:28.46 Nick Ankosko B 4:20.99 2/23/12 at Big Ten Championships Matt Salig 4:30.78 12/2/11 at Ohio State Invitational SethWensel 4:35.23 2/23/12 at Big Ten Championships Chris Cipolla 4:39.24 1/27/12 at Ohio State/vs. Michigan Nathan Reed 4:39.72 2/23/12 at Big Ten Championships 1,000 FREESTYLE Nick Ankosko (16) 9:04.51* 2/25/12 Kurt Ratcliff (16) 9:13.27 2/25/12 Chris Cipolla (16) 9:27.35 2/25/12 Matt Salig 9:38.53 11/19/11 Andrew Smiddy 9:52.05 11/4/11

(No NCAA Standard) at Big Ten Championships at Big Ten Championships at Big Ten Championships vs. Indiana/Virginia at Auburn

1,650 FREESTYLE NCAA A: 14:51.15, B: 15:35.70 Nick Anskosko B 15:05.32* 2/25/12 at Big Ten Championships Kurt Ratcliff B 15:17.97 2/25/12 at Big Ten Championships Chris Cipolla 15:43.95 2/25/12 at Big Ten Championships 100 BACKSTROKE Nate Savoy B 46.60 2/24/12 Sean Grier B 47.16 2/24/12 Thomas Mershon 48.65 2/24/12 Jeff Gomez ^ 50.21 12/2/11 Scott Marino 52.11 2/4/12

NCAA A: 46.69, B: 49.02 at Big Ten Championships at Big Ten Championships at Big Ten Championships at Ohio State Invitational vs. Lehigh

200 BACKSTROKE NCAA A: 1:41.53, B: 1:46.60 Nate Savoy B 1:42.56 2/25/12 at Big Ten Championships Thomas Mershon B 1:45.05 2/25/12 at Big Ten Championships Jeff Gomez 1:48.21 12/4/11 at Ohio State Invitational Sean Grier 1:48.76 2/25/12 at Big Ten Championships Jonathan Ekstrom 1:52.45 1/27/12 at Ohio State/vs. Michigan 100 BREASTSTROKE Mitch Scherer B 53.21 2/24/12 Brian Alden B 53.51 2/24/12 JamesWilson B 54.88 2/24/12 Brent Sanderson B 55.14 2/24/12 Scott Marino 56.13 12/3/11

NCAA A: 52.87, B: 55.51 at Big Ten Championships at Big Ten Championships at Big Ten Championships at Big Ten Championships at Ohio State Invitational

200 BREASTSTROKE NCAA A: 1:54.25, B: 1:59.96 Mitch Scherer B 1:56.78 2/25/12 at Big Ten Championships Scott Marino B 1:59.68 2/25/12 at Big Ten Championships Chris Cipolla B 1:59.74 2/25/12 at Big Ten Championships Jonathan Ekstrom 2:02.50 2/25/12 at Big Ten Championships Andrew Smiddy 2:04.56 2/25/12 at Big Ten Championships

100 BUTTERFLY Sean Grier B 46.83* 2/24/12 Andrew Sideras 49.25 2/24/12 Matt Salig 50.87 11/5/11 JamesWilson 50.93 2/4/12 Jeff Young 50.93 2/24/12

NCAA A: 46.04, B: 48.34 at Big Ten Championships at Big Ten Championships at Georgia Tech vs. Lehigh at Big Ten Championships

200 BUTTERFLY NCAA A: 1:42.95, B: 1:48.09 Matt Salig B 1:44.18* 3/4/12 at Last Chance Kurt Ratcliff B 1:47.50 2/25/12 at Big Ten Championships Sean Grier 1:55.72 11/4/11 at Auburn Nathan Reed 1:55.77 12/4/11 at Ohio State Invitational Scott Marino 1:55.81 2/3/12 vs. Buffalo 200 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY NCAA A: 1:44.05, B: 1:49.25 Scott Marino B 1:44.97 2/23/12 at Big Ten Championships Matt Salig B 1:46.02 3/22/12 at NCAA Championships Nate Savoy B 1:46.46 2/23/12 at Big Ten Championships Thomas Mershon B 1:48.50 2/23/12 at Big Ten Championships Jonathan Ekstrom B 1:48.66 2/23/12 at Big Ten Championships 400 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY NCAA A: 3:43.68, B: 3:54.86 Scott Marino B 3:47.98 3/23/12 at NCAA Championships Chris Cipolla B 3:51.57 2/24/12 at Big Ten Championships Kurt Ratcliff B 3:54.40 2/24/12 at Big Ten Championships Nate Savoy B 3:54.56 12/3/11 at Ohio State Invitational Matt Salig 3:56.29 12/3/11 at Ohio State Invitational 200 FREESTYLE RELAY NCAA A: 1:17.69, B: 1:21.57 Austin, Alden, B 1:19.20 3/22/12 at NCAA Championships Grier, Marino Austin, Grier, B 1:20.03 2/24/12 at Big Ten Championships Marino, Alden Austin, Alden, B 1:21.38 12/2/11 at Ohio State Invitational Marino, Grier 400 FREESTYLE RELAY NCAA A: 2:52.47, B: 3:01.09 Austin, Grier, B 2:56.65 3/24/12 at NCAA Championships Alden, Marino Alden, Austin, B 2:56.72 2/25/12 at Big Ten Championships Sideras, Grier Alden, Sideras, B 3:00.22 12/4/11 at Ohio State Invitational Grier, Marino 800 FREESTYLE RELAY NCAA A: 6:23.26, B: 6:42.42 Salig, Marino, B 6:28.99 2/22/12 at Big Ten Championships Wensel, Austin Salig, Alden, B 6:41.21 12/3/11 at Ohio State Invitational Marino,Wensel 200 MEDLEY RELAY NCAA A: 1:25.66, B: 1:29.94 Savoy, Scherer, B 1:25.61* 2/22/12 at Big Ten Championships Grier, Alden Savoy, Scherer, B 1:26.06 3/23/12 at NCAA Championships Grier, Austin Savoy, Scherer, B 1:29.38 1/14/12 vs. Navy Grier, Sideras 400 MEDLEY RELAY NCAA A: 3:08.22, B: 3:17.63 Savoy, Scherer, A 3:07.62* 3/22/12 at NCAA Championships Grier, Austin Savoy, Scherer, B 3:12.56 12/2/11 at Ohio State Invitational Grier, Alden Gomez, Marino, 3:20.15 12/2/11 at Ohio State Invitational Salig, Austin

* –  School record time B - NCAA B Cut ^ Relay Leadoff Split Note: Top time of year listed per student-athlete per event 1-METER DIVING Jordan Harris Alex Marchinski

322.20 314.63

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3-METER DIVING Jordan Harris Alex Marchinski

323.47 308.85

10/22/11 2/3/12

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2012 BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIP REVIEW 50 FREESTYLE 1. Jason Schnur OSU 19.35 2. Miguel Ortiz MICH 19.63 3. Daniel Tucker PUR 19.66 4. Duncan Partridge IOWA 19.68 5. Ryan Phelan IOWA 19.73 6. Paul Gordon IOWA 19.80 7. Matthew Friede PUR 19.81 8. Daniel Kanorr IND 19.83

100 BREASTSTROKE 1. Cody Miller IND 52.34 2. Bruno Ortiz MICH 52.72 3. Richard Funk MICH 53.15 4. Mitchell Scherer PSU 53.21 5. Brian Alden PSU 53.51 6. Jared Anderson MINN 53.56 7. Josh Hall MINN 53.72 8. Albert Miller PUR 54.05

400 FREESTYLE RELAY 1. Iowa 2. Michigan 3. Minnesota 4. Ohio State 5. Indiana 6. Purdue 7. Penn State 8. Northwestern

2:52.53 2:52.96 2:53.31 2:53.81 2:55.60 2:56.03 2:56.72 2:56.85

100 FREESTYLE 1. Jason Schnur OSU 43.11 2. Paul Gordon IOWA 43.22 3. Zach Bolin MINN 43.52 4. Bruno Ortiz MICH 43.62 5. Ryan Phelan IOWA 43.72 6. Miguel Ortiz MICH 43.79 7. Derek Toomey MINN 43.83 8. Matthew Friede PUR 44.17

200 BREASTSTROKE 1. Cody Miller IND 1:54.07 2. Richard Funk MICH 1:56.57 3. Josh Hall MINN 1:56.65 4. Mitchell Scherer PSU 1:56.78 5. Samuel Trahin IND 1:56.97 6. Lyam Dias PUR 1:57.63 7. Kyle Duckitt MICH 1:57.65 8. Andrew Marciniak IOWA 1:58.04

800 FREESTYLE RELAY 1. Michigan 2. Ohio State 3. Minnesota 4. Indiana 5. Wisconsin 6. Michigan State 7. Iowa 8. Northwestern

6:16.26 6:24.39 6:25.60 6:25.85 6:26.07 6:27.14 6:28.59 6:28.92

200 FREESTYLE 1. Michael Wynalda MICH 1:34.10 2. Connor Jaeger MICH 1:35.30 3. Paul Gordon IOWA 1:35.36 4. James Barbiere IND 1:35.98 5. Jordan Huff IOWA 1:36.07 6. Andreas Schuster OSU 1:36.17 7. Stephen Sakaris OSU 1:36.49 8. Hrvoje Capan MINN 1:36.64

100 BUTTERFLY 1. Daniel Madwed MICH 2. Daniel Lester WIS 3. Sean Fletcher MICH 4. Jacob Jarzen MSU 5. Joh Wojciechowski MICH 6. Sean Grier PSU 7. Lincoln Fahrbach OSU 8. Jason Schnur OSU

46.02 46.07 46.16 46.42 46.56 46.83 46.93 DQ

200 MEDLEY RELAY 1. Michigan 1:25.58 2. Penn State 1:25.61 3. Ohio State 1:25.62 4. Indiana 1:25.79 5. Northwestern 1:26.81 6. Wisconsin 1:26.87 7. Iowa 1:27.16 8. Minnesota 1:27.50

500 FREESTYLE 1. Ryan Feeley MICH 4:15.12 2. Connor Jaeger MICH 4 :15.65 3. Sean Ryan MICH 4:16.47 4. James Barbiere IND 4:18.23 5. Michael Weiss WIS 4:19.12 6. David BelzerIowa IOWA 4:21.79 7. Alex Miller OSU 4:21.89 8. Brent Hitchcock OSU 4:22.35

200 BUTTERFLY 1. Daniel Madwed MICH 1:42.67 2. Kyle Whitaker MICH 1:43.50 3. Joh Wojciechowski MICH 1:43.93 4. Kyler Van Swol MINN 1:44.52 5. Luke Stirton OSU 1:44.96 6. Tamas Gercsak OSU 1:45.28 7. Daniel Lester WIS 1:45.41 8. Tyler Shedron IND 1:46.21

400 MEDLEY RELAY 1. Michigan 3:07.32 2. Penn State 3:09.09 3. Ohio State 3:09.37 4. Iowa 3:11.87 5. Minnesota 3:12.67 6. Purdue 3:13.07 7. Wisconsin 3:13.13 8. Northwestern 3:13.27

1,650 FREESTYLE 1. Connor Jaeger MICH 14:43.64 2. Sean Ryan MICH 14:45.08 3. Ryan Feeley MICH 14:45.23 4. CJ Smith MINN 15:02.57 5. Brent Hitchcock OSU 15:02.91 6. David Belzer IOWA 15:03.20 7. Nick Ankosko PSU 15:05.32 8. Matthew Benecki MINN 15:06.53

200 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 1. Kyle Whitaker MICH 2. Daniel Madwed MICH 3. Daniel Lester WIS 4. Cody Miller IND 5. Scott Marino PSU 6. Guillermo Blanco PUR 7. Joh Wojciechowski MICH 8. Nate Savoy PSU

1:43.40 1:44.47 1:44.48 1:44.81 1:45.04 1:46.15 1:46.20 1:46.71

1-METER DIVING 1. Shane Miszkiel 2. Christia Holstein 3. Darian Schmidt 4. Emad Abdelatif 5. Stephen Ettienne 6. Zac Nees 7. Mick Dell’Orco 8. Osvel Molina

OSU OSU IND IND OSU IND IND IOWA

401.75 377.90 372.10 370.10 368.70 363.70 360.45 347.55

100 BACKSTROKE 1. James Wells IND 46.30 2. Miguel Ortiz MICH 46.33 3. Nate Savoy PSU 46.60 4. Sean Grier PSU 47.16 5. Grant Betulius IOWA 47.30 6. Andrew Elliott OSU 47.47 7. Jan Konarzewski MICH 47.51 8. Sean Fletcher MICH 48.62

400 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 1. Kyle Whitaker MICH 2. Michael Weiss WIS 3. Samuel Trahin IND 4. Guillermo Blanco PUR 5. Tyler Lentz IOWA 6. Scott Marino PSU 7. Jan Petric PUR 8. Dane Vanderkaay MICH

3:41.04 3:43.80 3:46.49 3:48.79 3:49.02 3:49.48 3:49.89 3:52.55

3-METER DIVING 1. Darian Schmidt 2. Mikey Ross 3. Zac Nees 4. Mick Dell’Orco 5. Shane Miszkiel 6. Kristof Jorgensen 7. Casey Johnson 8. Connor Brisson

IND MINN IND IND OSU MINN IND IND

459.30 423.50 413.85 413.60 406.30 379.95 376.85 313.75

200 BACKSTROKE 1. Andrew Elliott OSU 1:41.71 2. Nate Savoy PSU 1:42.56 3. Andrew Teduits WIS 1:43.05 4. Markus Sievers OSU 1:43.67 5. James Wells IND 1:43.83 6. Brian Kiel PUR 1:44.11 7. Dustin Rhoads IOWA 1:44.15 8. Steven Zimmerman OSU 1:44.78

200 FREESTYLE RELAY 1. Iowa 2. Ohio State 3. Michigan 4. Purdue 5. Minnesota 6. Indiana 7. Northwestern 8. Penn State

1:17.61 1:17.70 1:17.84 1:18.10 1:18.26 1:19.31 1:19.49 1:20.03

PLATFORM DIVING 1. Kristof Jorgensen 2. Conor Murphy 3. Shane Miszkiel 4. Zac Nees 5. Jamie Bissett 6. Casey Johnson 7. Mick Dell’Orco 8. Jack Lee

MINN IND OSU IND PUR IND IND MICH

430.65 426.55 408.90 391.35 379.80 372.35 337.00 324.00

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2012 TEAM STANDINGS

TEAM POINTS 1. Michigan 738.5 2. Ohio State 552.5 3. Indiana 549 4. Minnesota 403 5. Iowa 395 6. Penn State 332 7. Purdue 316 8. Wisconsin 225 9. Northwestern 157 10. Michigan State 113

FIRST TEAM Cody Miller, IND Darian Schmidt, IND James Wells, IND Paul Gordon, IOWA Jordan Huff, IOWA Duncan Partridge, IOWA Ryan Phelan, IOWA Gianni Sesto, IOWA Ryan Feeley, MICH Sean Fletcher, MICH Richard Funk, MICH Evan Gregg, MICH Connor Jaeger, MICH Dan Madwed, MICH Miguel Ortiz, MICH Kyle Whitaker, MICH John Wojciechowski, MICH Michael Wyalda, MICH Kris Jorgensen MINN Andrew Elliott, OSU Shane Miszkiel, OSU Jason Schnur, OSU

ALL-TIME BIG TEN RECORDS Event Time/Score Athlete/Team Team 50 Free 19.05 Michael RIchards MINN 100 Free 42.33 Matt Grevers NU 200 Free 1:33.31 Peter Vanderkaay MICH 500 Free 4:08.60 Peter Vanderkaay MICH 1,000 Free 8:44.11 Chris Thompson MICH 1,650 Free 14:26.62 Chris Thompson MICH 100 Fly 45.24 Chris Brady MICH 200 Fly 1:41.70 Daniel Madwed MICH 100 Back 44.72 Ben Hesen IND 200 Back 1:37.58 Tyler Clary MICH 100 Breast 51:56 Mike Alexandrov NU 200 Breast 1:52.93 Mike Alexandrov NU 200 IM 1:41.67 Tyler Clary MICH 400 IM 3:35.98 Tyler Clary MICH 200 FR 1:16.65 NORTHWESTERN 400 FR 2:51.14 NORTHWESTERN 800 FR 6:15.80 MICHIGAN 200 MR 1:24.41 MINNESOTA 400 MR 3:04.40 NORTHWESTERN 1m Dive 467.40 David Boudia PUR 1m Dive* 625.60 Timo Klami IOWA 3m Dive 509.90 David Boudia PUR 3m Dive* 667.30 Marc Carlton IND Platform 557.90 David Boudia PUR Platform* 643.00 Marc Carlton IND Platform** 821.20 P.J. Bogart MINN * – 11 dives; ** – 14 dives

SECOND TEAM Conor Murphy, IND Bruno Ortiz, MICH Sean Ryan, MICH Roman Willets, MICH Mikey Ross, MINN Zachary Bimbrich, OSU Lincoln Fahrbach, OSU Zachary Holmes, OSU Christian Holstein, OSU Alex Miller, OSU Stephen Sakaris, OSU Brian Alden, PSU Shane Austin, PSU Sean Grier, PSU Nathaniel Savoy, PSU Mitch Scherer, PSU Daniel Lester, WIS Michael Weiss, WIS SWIMMER OF THE YEAR Dan Madwed

Michigan

DIVER OF THE YEAR Zac Nees

Indiana

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Nate Savoy

Penn State

SWIMMING COACH OF THE YEAR Mike Bottom

Michigan

DIVING COACH OF THE YEAR Jeff Huber

Indiana

Year 2011 2007 2006 2006 2001 2001 2009 2011 2008 2009 2007 2007 2009 2009 2007 2007 2010 2009 2007 2011 2003 2011 2005 2011 2005 1995

PENN STATE’S 15 ALL-TIME BIG TEN CHAMPIONS 1993 Thad Davis 100 butterfly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48.08 1994 Chris DeVine Three-meter diving . . . . . . . . . . 588.23 1999 Bob Molettiere 100 freestyle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43.91 Holden Comeau, Brian Hostetler, Bob Molettiere, Dan Okoniewski 200 freestyle relay . . . . . . . . . . 1:19.11 2000 Gavin Carscallen, Bob Molettiere, Matt Teeter, Josh Weaver 200 medley relay . . . . . . . . . . . 1:28.27 2001 Eugene Botes 100 butterfly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47.48 Bob Molettiere 50 freestyle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19.80 Joe Peresan 200 IM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:47.32 John Retrum, Bob Molettiere, Todd Minnier, Eugene Botes 400 freestyle relay . . . . . . . . . . 2:54.25 2002 Eugene Botes 100 freestyle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43.30 Bob Molettiere 50 freestyle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19.68 Eugene Botes, John Lutz, Todd Minnier, Bob Molettiere 200 freestyle relay . . . . . . . . . . 1:18.69 Eugene Botes, Todd Minnier, Bob Molettiere, Martin Schierhorn 400 freestyle relay . . . . . . . . . . 2:53.68 2003 Eugene Botes 100 butterfly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47.40 2006 Mike Alderman One-meter diving . . . . . . . . . . . 354.45

SWIMMER OF THE CHAMPIONSHIPS Dan Madwed Michigan CO-DIVERS OF THE CHAMPIONSHIPS Darian Schmidt Indiana Kris Jorgensen Minnesota Shane Miszkiel Ohio State PENN STATE ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN HONOREES Brian Alden, Shane Austin, Alexander Marchinski, Scott Marino, Matthew Salig, Andrew Sideras PENN STATE’S BIG TEN SPORTSMANSHIP HONOREE Scott Marino

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BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY Listed below are all of Penn State’s finishers from the championship finals (top eight) at the Big Ten Championships. These results date back to the 1992 championships, which was Penn State’s first year in the conference. Note: all times are from the finals and Bold denotes current student-athlete.

50 FREESTYLE

Bob Molettiere Bob Molettiere Eugene Botes Bob Molettiere Brian Hostetler Greg Stacey Brian Hostetler Todd Minnier Brian Hostetler Bob Molettiere Greg Stacey Brian Alden Eugene Botes Eugene Botes Sean Swanepoel Todd Minnier

1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 4th 4th 4th 4th 5th 5th 7th 8th 8th

19.68 19.80 19.89 19.93 20.00 20.11 20.06 20.23 20.05 20.12 20.28 19.92 20.29 20.21 20.59 20.39

100 FREESTYLE

Eugene Botes Bob Molettiere Bob Molettiere Eugene Botes Holden Comeau Adam Carroll Bob Molettiere Brian Alden Todd Minnier Holden Comeau Vincent Reydams Todd Minnier Todd Minnier Brian Hostetler Dan Okoniewski Todd Minnier Eugene Botes Brian Hostetler Greg Stacey Greg Stacey Sean Swanepoel Daryl Northrop

1st 1st 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 4th 4th 5th 5th 5th 5th 5th 6th 6th 7th 7th 7th 7th 8th

43.30 43.91 43.72 43.93 44.36 44.30 43.78 43.84 44.07 44.45 43.51 43.89 44.25 44.76 44.64 44.26 44.35 44.64 44.79 45.10 44.12 44.92

200 FREESTYLE

Holden Comeau Todd Minnier Martin Schierhorn Holden Comeau John Retrum Martin Schierhorn Martin Schierhorn Sean Biedermann Holden Comeau Adam Carroll Andrew Hartner

3rd 4th 4th 4th 5th 6th 6th 7th 7th 7th 8th

1:37.36 1:36.17 1:36.81 1:37.74 1:37.02 1:37.19 1:38.46 1:38.33 1:39.45 1:37.85 1:43.64

500 FREESTYLE

Martin Schierhorn Martin Schierhorn Martin Schierhorn Martin Schierhorn Chip Berry

5th 5th 5th 5th 8th

4:21.31 4:19.73 4:24.42 4:23.73 4:26.29

1,650 FREESTYLE

Chip Berry Chris Sullivan Paul Kirk Chip Berry Nick Ankosko Martin Schierhorn Steve Hodgins George Reimer George Reimer

3rd 6th 6th 6th 7th 7th 7th 7th 8th

15:20.84 15:11.58 15:19.13 15:27.46 15:05.32 15:20.91 15:33.37 15:26.49 15:25.43

2002 2001 2002 2000 1999 1998 2000 2003 2001 1999 1997 2010 2003 2001 2005 2004 2002 1999 2001 2003 1999 1993 2002 2010 2003 2000 2009 2004 2001 2000 1998 2002 2001 1999 1998 1997 2008 2004 2000 2004 2001 1999 2001 2002 2000 2005 1998 1993 2002 2002 2001 2000 1999 1996 1996 2007 2002 1993 2012 2001 1999 1994 1995

100 BACKSTROKE

Josh Weaver Nate Savoy Patrick Schirk Josh Weaver Brian Palme Nick Boyce Sean Grier Graham Risley Patrick Schirk Patrick Schirk Josh Weaver Josh Weaver Brian McKenna Shawn McLin Braedan Quigley Gavin Carscallen Dan Fimbianti

48.68 46.60 47.68 48.31 48.72 49.15 47.16 47.27 48.01 47.71 49.00 49.38 49.17 49.36 49.91 49.31 48.57

200 BACKSTROKE

Patrick Schirk Nate Savoy Patrick Schirk Josh Weaver Patrick Schirk Andrew Hartner Josh Weaver Gavin Carscallen Nick Boyce John Retrum Patrick Schirk Dan Fimbianti John Retrum Josh Weaver Andrew Hartner

2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 7th 7th 7th 7th 8th 8th

1:40.87 1:42.56 1:42.74 1:45.80 1:42.04 1:45.65 1:45.18 1:46.42 1:47.20 1:45.92 1:46.17 1:48.01 1:48.31 1:47.05 1:46.90

100 BREASTSTROKE

Mitch Scherer Matt Teeter Matt Teeter Mitch Scherer Matt Teeter Brian Alden James Sloat Andy Archer David Boardman David Boardman David Boardman Mitch Scherer Gilad Chen

2nd 2nd 3rd 4th 4th 5th 5th 6th 7th 7th 7th 8th 8th

52.96 54.92 55.34 53.21 55.26 53.51 55.86 55.94 55.60 55.84 56.53 54.12 56.71

200 BREASTSTROKE

Mitch Scherer Mitch Scherer Matt Teeter Kyle Miranda Gilad Chen Andy Archer James Sloat Joe Peresan Joe Peresan Joe Peresan Steve Medei Gilad Chen Chris Ippoliti James Sloat

4th 5th 5th 6th 6th 6th 6th 7th 7th 7th 7th 7th 8th 8th

1:56.78 1:57.09 2:01.04 2:00.42 2:02.14 2:00.99 2:02.58 2:00.36 2:01.57 2:00.72 2:02.73 2:02.54 2:01.51 2:01.56

100 BUTTERFLY

Eugene Botes Eugene Botes Eugene Botes Todd Minnier Gavin Carscallen Todd Minnier Gavin Carscallen Sean Grier Brent Creager Brian Hostetler Gavin Carscallen Patrik Johansson Tim Williams Todd Minnier Matt Salig Tim Williams Tim Williams Mac Fraser Matt Haupt Brent Creager

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2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 5th 5th 5th 5th 6th 7th 7th 7th 8th

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1st 1st 2nd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 6th 6th 6th 6th 8th

47.40 47.48 47.66 47.91 47.72 47.88 48.25 46.83 48.23 48.74 49.05 48.77

200 BUTTERFLY 4th 5th 6th 6th 7th 7th 8th 8th

1:45.36 1:46.65 1:45.11 1:46.60 1:44.80 1:48.78 1:48.97 1:48.86

2000 2012 2009 1999 1997 1992 2012 2011 2008 2007 2002 2001 1999 2004 2000 1999 2010 2008 2012 2007 2000 2009 2002 1999 1999 1992 2001 2006 2010 1999 2002 2001

Joe Peresan Joe Peresan Scott Marino Scott Marino Joe Peresan Alex Cunha Nate Savoy Matt Haupt Matt Haupt Scott Marino Joe Peresan Joe Peresan Joe Peresan Chip Berry Scott Marino Joe Peresan Jaffrey Clark Jaffrey Clark Jaffrey Clark

200 IM 1st 2nd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 8th 8th

400 IM 2nd 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 6th 7th 7th 7th

1:47.32 1:48.85 1:44.62 1:45.04 1:49.38 1:52.20 1:46.71 1:49.46 1:50.30

2001 1999 2011 2012 2000 1996 2012 2003 2002

3:46.08 3:52.87 3:50.24 3:53.04 3:55.86 3:49.48 3:55.98 3:53.16 3:52.89 3:55.21

2012 2000 2001 1999 1996 2012 1998 2003 2001 2000

2011 1999 2000 2012 1998 2012 1993 1993 1998 1997 1996 2009 1996 2012 2011 1998 2005 1996 1993 1992 2001 2000 1999 1996 1995 2005 1993 2003 2001 2002 2002 1999 2001 1998 2012 2002 2000 1997 2005 2008 2001 2011 2007 2009 1994 2003 2001

1999 BIG TEN CHAMPIONS

BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY 200 FREESTYLE RELAY

Eugene Botes Bob Molettiere Todd Minnier John Lutz Bob Molettiere Dan Okoniewski Brian Hostetler Holden Comeau Brian Hostetler Eugene Botes John Retrum Bob Molettiere Brian Hostetler Bob Molettiere Eugene Botes Holden Comeau Dan Okoniewski Greg Stacey Brian Hostetler Hogan Thomas Greg Stacey Justin Martens Paul Lupinski Dan Okoniewski Todd Minnier Eugene Botes John Lutz Daryl Northrop Vincent Reydams Brian Alden Basil Kaaki Jason Goldner Dan Okoniewski Greg Stacey Brian Palme Justin Martens Basil Kaaki Brian Alden John Austin Jamie Grennan Todd Minnier Daryl Northrop Patrik Johansson Chris Ippoliti Curt Sawin Tim Boyd Ed Adelman Thad Davis Vincent Reydams Sean Swanepoel Basil Kaaki Jason Goldner Daryl Northrop Sean Swanepoel Patrik Johansson Chris Ippoliti Sean Anderson Paul Lupinski Andrew Sliver Doug Cooper Shane Austin Sean Grier Scott Marino Brian Alden Sean Swanepoel Dan Kaiserian Vincent Reydams Sean Biedermann Shane Austin Graham Risley John Austin Andrew Sideras Dan Kaiserian Sean Swanepoel Sean Biedermann Spencer Maglich Greg Stacey Ed Walsh Mike Przywozny Jason Eby Ed Erdos Thad Davis Ed Adelman Doug Cooper

1st

1:18.69

2002

1st

1:19.11

1999

2nd

1:19.08

2001

2nd

1:19.45

2000

3rd

1:19.92

1998

3rd

1:20.98

1997

3rd

1:19.89

2003

4th

1:18.26

2009

4th

1:21.72

1996

5th

1:19.42

2010

5th

1:20.35

2004

6th

1:21.87

1992

7th

1:19.67

2008

7th

1:20.74

2005

7th

1:22.82

1994

8th

1:20.03

2012

8th

1:20.40

2007

8th

1:21.12

2011

8th

1:21.16

2006

8th

1:23.32

1995

8th

1:22.24

1993

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400 FREESTYLE RELAY

Eugene Botes Bob Molettiere Martin Schierhorn Todd Minnier Bob Molettiere Eugene Botes Todd Minnier John Retrum Holden Comeau Brian Hostetler Eugene Botes Bob Molettiere Bob Molettiere Dan Okoniewski Brian Hostetler Holden Comeau Basil Kaaki Brian Alden Vincent Reydams Jason Goldner Vincent Reydams Dan Kaiserian Sean Swanepoel Sean Biedermann Todd Minnier Eugene Botes Erik Gordon Matt Haupt Dan Okoniewski Greg Stacey Brian Hostetler Holden Comeau Thad Davis Adam Carroll Curt Sawin Jason Eby Brian Alden Basil Kaaki Jon Cochrane John Austin Adam Carroll Nick Noyce Curt Sawin Thad Davis Patrik Johansson Todd Minnier Daryl Northrop Nate Torok Greg Stacey Brian Palme Justin Martens Dan Okoniewski Brian Alden Shane Austin Andrew Sideras Sean Grier Brian Alden Scott Marino Graham Risley Shane Austin Dan Kaiserian Sean Swanepoel Sean Biedermann Shawn McLin Sean Anderson Kirk Skoglund Jason Eby Paul Lupinski

1st

2:53.68

2002

1st

2:54.25

2001

2nd

2:58.03

2000

2nd

2:57.38

1999

3rd

2:53.70

2009

3rd

2:54.78

2007

4th

2:58.03

2003

4th

2:59.69

1998

4th

2:59.34

1993

5th

2:56.92

2010

5th

2:59.84

1992

6th

2:58.61

2004

6th

3:00.03

1997

7th

2:56.72

2012

8th

2:57.64

2011

8th

2:59.37

2006

8th

3:02.77

1994

800 FREESTYLE RELAY

Todd Minnier Martin Schierhorn Matt Haupt John Retrum Eugene Botes Erik Gordon Todd Minnier Matt Haupt Martin Schierhorn Kevin Smith John Retrum Holden Comeau Brian Alden Ben Ryan Luke Bushman Jon Cochrane Sean Swanepoel Josh Graham Ben Ryan Sean Biedermann Sean Swanepoel Spencer Maglich Patrick Schirk Sean Biedermann Ben Ryan Basil Kaaki Jon Cochrane Brian Alden Daryl Northrop Josh Graham Shawn McLin Sean Biedermann Brian Alden Scott Marino Shane Austin James Wilson Todd Minnier Nate Torok Dustin Thompson Ofer Finkler Holden Comeau Kevin Smith Paul Monyok Steve Medei Adam Carroll Curt Sawin Ed Adelman Jason Eby Sean Biedermann Spencer Maglich Patrick Schirk Josh Graham Adam Carroll Jason Eby Kirk Skoglund Ed Adelman

3rd

6:29.80

2001

4th

6:33.06

2003

4th

6:33.45

1999

5th

6:28.11

2010

5th

6:33.34

2008

5th

6:32.57

2007

6th

6:30.12

2009

6th

6:36.01

2005

7th

6:29.39

2011

7th

6:38.45

2004

7th

6:41.24

1998

7th

6:40.49

1992

8th

6:37.71

2006

8th

6:41.29

1993

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BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY 200 MEDLEY RELAY

Josh Weaver Matt Teeter Gavin Carscallen Bob Molettiere Nate Savoy Mitch Scherer Sean Grier Brian Alden Brian McKenna Matt Teeter Gavin Carscallen Brian Hostetler Brian Palme David Boardman Gavin Carscallen Greg Stacey Graham Risley Mitch Scherer Sean Grier Brian Alden Graham Risley Mitch Scherer Basil Kaaki Brian Alden Josh Weaver Mark Zucca Eugene Botes Bob Molettiere Dan Okoniewski David Boardman Gavin Carscallen Greg Stacey Patrick Schirk Mitch Scherer Tim Williams Vincent Reydams Josh Weaver Mike Laskowski Eugene Botes Bob Molettiere Nick Boyce James Sloat Thad Davis Adam Carroll Patrick Schirk Kyle Miranda Dan Kaiserian Sean Swanepoel Shawn McLin Kyle Miranda Patrik Johansson Sean Swanepoel Jason Gray David Boardman Kevin Langer Greg Stacey Patrick Schirk Kyle Miranda Tim Williams Sean Swanepoel

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1st

1:28.27

2000

2nd

1:25.61

2012

2nd

1:28.17

1999

2nd

1:29.31

1997

3rd

1:25.94

2011

3rd

1:26.65

2010

3rd

1:27.78

2002

3rd

1:28.85

1998

4th

1:26.59

2009

4th

1:28.83

2001

4th

1:30.62

1992

5th

1:27.86

2007

5th

1:29.02

2005

5th

1:31.05

1995

8th

1:29.20

2008

400 MEDLEY RELAY

Nate Savoy Mitch Scherer Sean Grier Shane Austin Josh Weaver Matt Teeter Gavin Carscallen Brian Hostetler Josh Weaver Matt Teeter Gavin Carscallen Bob Molettiere Brian McKenna Matt Teeter Gavin Carscallen Greg Stacey Josh Weaver Mark Zucca Brent Creager Todd Minnier Josh Weaver Joe Peresan Eugene Botes Todd Minnier Adam Carroll James Sloat Thad Davis Curt Sawin Graham Risley Mitch Scherer Sean Grier Brian Alden Patrick Schirk Kyle Miranda Tim Williams Sean Swanepoel Nick Boyce James Sloat Kirk Skoglund Adam Carroll Patrick Schirk Brian Alden Tim Williams Basil Kaaki Patrick Schirk Kyle Miranda Tim Williams Sean Swanepoel Brian Palme David Boardman Mac Fraser Justin Martens Shawn McLin Kyle Miranda Patrik Johansson Daryl Northrop Shawn McLin Dan Velez Todd Minnier Daryl Northrop Brian Palme David Boardman Gavin Carscallen Greg Stacey Brian Palme David Boardman Alex Cunha Greg Stacey

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2nd

3:09.09

2012

2nd

3:14.48

1999

3rd

3:15.66

2000

3rd

3:17.10

1998

5th

3:15.84

2002

4th

3:15.66

2001

4th

3:16.81

1993

5th

3:10.58

2011

5th

3:12.96

2007

5th

3:19.06

1992

6th

3:13.63

2009

6th

3:13.71

2008

6th

3:20.99

1996

7th

3:16.46

2005

7th

3:16.95

2004

8th

3:18.46

1997

8th

3:21.08

1995

ONE-METER DIVING

Mike Alderman Chris Devine Mike Alderman Chris Devine Mike Alderman Adam Pierce Chris Alderman Chris Alderman Drew Jackson Drew Jackson Adam Pierce Seth Kane Seth Kane Steve Bohner

1st 2nd 3rd 3rd 4th 5th 5th 6th 6th 6th 7th 7th 7th 8th

354.45 540.21 333.20 537.90 306.75 306.70 302.65 485.10 472.80 472.80 315.75 456.00 503.10 427.50

THREE-METER DIVING

Chris Devine Mike Alderman Marc Gastaldo Chris Alderman Drew Jackson Mike Alderman Drew Jackson Chris Devine Chris Alderman Chris Alderman

2nd 3rd 5th 6th 6th 7th 7th 7th 8th 8th

538.65 524.80 521.95 502.50 504.12 343.30 463.20 469.26 452.00 444.60

2006 1995 2007 1994 2004 2004 2001 2000 1999 1998 2006 1998 1997 2000

1995 2004 2004 1999 1996 2006 1995 1992 2001 1998

Bold denotes current student-athlete

1999 BIG TEN CHAMPIONS

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY 8th 8th 8th 16th 18th 19th 20th 21st 21st 22nd 24th 25th 25th 26th 33rd 44th 46th

9th 17th 19th 19th 23rd 26th 29th 30th 32nd 33rd 34th 34th 35th 40th 47th 52nd

27th 30th 37th

2012 17th Place with 54 points

Nate Savoy FR Nate Savoy FR Sean Grier SO Mitch Scherer SR Brian Alden SR Nate Savoy FR Sean Grier SO Mitch Scherer SR Shane Austin SO Scott Marino SR Shane Austin SO Brian Alden SR Sean Grier SO Scott Marino SR Matt Salig SO Shane Austin SO Sean Grier SO Brian Alden SR Scott Marino SR Scott Marino SR Sean Grier SO Sean Grier SO Brian Alden SR Mitch Scherer SR Nate Savoy FR Mitch Scherer SR Shane Austin SO Matt Salig SO Shane Austin SO

100 Backstroke (48.66) 200 Medley Relay (1:26.15)

400 Medley Relay (3:08.77)

400 IM (3:48.66) 200 Freestyle Relay (1:19.02)

200 Butterfly (1:45.18) 400 Freestyle Relay (2:56.65)

200 IM (1:45.53) 100 Butterfly (47.06) 100 Backstroke (47.45) 100 Breaststroke (53.97) 100 Breaststroke (54.11) 200 Backstroke (1:44.11) 200 Breaststroke (1:58.33) 50 Freestyle (19.90) 200 Freestyle (1:38.09) 100 Freestyle (44.41)

2011 Tied-26th Place with 14 points

Graham Risley Mitch Scherer Sean Grier Brian Alden Graham Risley Mitch Scherer Sean Grier Brian Alden Brian Alden Graham Risley Sean Grier Scott Marino Scott Marino Brian Alden Sean Grier Graham Risley Scott Marino Scott Marino Mitch Scherer Mitch Scherer Sean Grier Graham Risley Scott Marino Sean Grier Sean Grier Brian Alden Brian Alden Brian Alden

Brian Alden Brian Alden Brian Alden

SO JR FR JR SO JR FR JR JR SO FR JR JR JR FR SO JR JR JR JR FR SO JR FR FR JR JR JR

2010 No Score SO SO SO

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2009 32nd with 11 points

14th 14th 16th 21st 49th 53rd 65th

Patrick Schirk Vincent Reydams Brian Alden Basil Kaaki Jason Goldner Patrick Schirk Vincent Reydams Brian Alden Basil Kaaki Jason Goldner Vincent Reydams Brian Alden Jason Goldner

200 Freestyle Relay (1:19.40)

400 Freestyle Relay (2:57.91)

400 IM (3:48.27) 200 IM (1:45.52) 200 Breaststroke (1:57.48) 100 Breaststroke (54.37) 200 Backstroke (1:46.05) 100 Backstroke (47.98) 200 Breaststroke (1:59.04) 100 Butterfly (47.45) 100 Backstroke (48.13) 200 Freestyle (1:37.46) 100 Freestyle (44.27) 50 Freestyle (20.30)

200 Backstroke (1:42.71) 200 Freestyle Relay (1:18.75)

100 Backstroke (47.90) 400 Freestyle Relay (2:56.33)

50 Freestyle (20.02) 50 Freestyle (20.09) 50 Freestyle (20.48)

2008 23rd with 33 points

1st 8th 16th 17th 41st 45th 47th

Patrick Schirk Patrick Schirk Vincent Reydams Sean Swanepoel Sean Biedermann Jason Goldner Vincent Reydams Sean Swanepoel Jason Goldner Sean Biedermann Sean Biedermann Sean Biedermann Vincent Reydams

JR JR JR SR SR JR JR SR JR SR SR SR JR

200 Backstroke (1:40.22) 100 Backstroke (47.29) 400 Freestyle Relay (2:57.99)

200 Freestyle Relay (1:19.16)

200 Freestyle (1:38.10) 200 IM (1:50.11) 50 Freestyle (20.40)

2008 NATIONAL CHAMPION PATRICK SCHIRK

200 Medley Relay (1:25.74)

400 Medley Relay (3:11.42)

SR SR FR JR SR SR SR FR JR SR SR FR SR

18th 18th 20th 20th 22nd 23rd 26th 28th 29th 30th 35th 35th 38th 51st

Patrick Schirk Vincent Reydams Dan Kaiserian Sean Swanepoel Sean Biedermann Patrick Schirk Kyle Miranda Tim Williams Dan Kaiserian Patrick Schirk Kyle Miranda Dan Kaiserian Sean Swanepoel Chris Sullivan Kyle Miranda Mike Alderman Tim Williams Mike Alderman Patrick Schirk Sean Biedermann Sean Biedermann Kyle Miranda Dan Kaiserian

2007 No Score SO SO SR JR JR SO JR SO SR SO JR SR JR SO JR SR SO SR SO JR JR JR SR

200 Backstroke (1:44.08) 200 Freestyle Relay (1:20.55)

400 Medley Relay (3:16.06)

200 Medley Relay (1:29.86)

1,650 Freestyle (15:20.94) 200 Breaststroke (1:58.86) 3-meter Diving (305.90) 200 Butterfly (1:48.07) 1-meter Diving (275.70) 100 Backstroke (48.85) 200 IM (1:48.52) 200 Freestyle (1:38.92) 100 Breaststroke (55.08) 100 Freestyle (44.77)

200 Freestyle (1:36.27) 100 Freestyle (43.79) 50 Freestyle (19.98)

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NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY 15th 32nd

13th 14th 18th 24th

23rd 24th

10th 23rd 23rd 26th 32nd

8th 9th 12th 13th 14th 17th 17th 22nd 23rd 26th 27th 30th 32nd 39th 43rd 48th 42nd

10th 10th 10th 10th 11th 12th

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2006 49th with two points

Adam Pierce Adam Pierce

SR SR

Adam Pierce Adam Pierce Marc Gastaldo Marc Gastaldo

3-meter Diving (307.60) 1-meter Diving (248.90)

2005 13th with 87 points JR JR SR SR

1-meter Diving (300.85) 3-meter Diving (523.85) 1-meter Diving (286.20) 3-meter Diving (483.50)

2004 No Score

Marc Gastaldo Marc Gastaldo

JR JR

3-meter Diving (483.60) 1-meter Diving (267.95)

2003 34th with seven points

Eugene Botes Eugene Botes Mike Alderman Mike Alderman Eugene Botes

SR SR FR FR SR

100 Butterfly (47.01) 100 Freestyle (43.91) 3-meter Diving (298.55) 1-meter Diving (265.55) 50 Freestyle (20.18)

2002 15th with 54 points

Steve Bohner Eugene Botes Bob Molettiere Martin Schierhorn Todd Minnier Josh Weaver Eugene Botes Mark Zucca Bob Molettiere Martin Schierhorn Josh Weaver Mark Zucca Eugene Botes Bob Molettiere Eugene Botes Eugene Botes Bob Molettiere Paul Kirk Eugene Botes Andrew Hartner Bob Molettiere Josh Weaver Todd Minnier Andrew Hartner Todd Minnier Mark Zucca

SR JR SR SR SO SR JR FR SR SR SR FR JR SR JR JR SR FR JR SO SR SR SO SO SO FR

1-meter Diving (311.05) 400 Freestyle Relay (2:55.23)

400 Medley Relay (3:16.56)

500 Freestyle (4:21.19) 200 Medley Relay (1:29.96)

100 Freestyle (43.66) 100 Butterfly (47.55) 50 Freestyle (20.02) 1650 Freestyle (15:21.61) 50 Freestyle (20.05) 200 Backstroke (1:47.08) 100 Freestyle (44.22) 200 Backstroke (1:47.77) 100 Butterfly (48.84) 200 Freestyle (1:40.40) 100 Freestyle (45.14) 100 Breaststroke (57.23)

2001 16th with 72.5 points

Martin Schierhorn Martin Schierhorn Todd Minnier Matt Haupt John Retrum Brian Hostetler Eugene Botes Bob Molettiere John Retrum Bob Molettiere Eugene Botes Todd Minnier John Retrum John Retrum Brian Hostetler Joe Peresan Eugene Botes Bob Molettiere

JR JR FR SO SR SR SO JR SR JR SO FR SR SR SR SR SO JR

500 Freestyle (4:19.66) 800 Freestyle Relay (6:30.85)

13th 13th 14th 17th 19th 19th 19th 24th 26th 27th 29th 30th 33rd 34th 37th 39th 44th 44th 44th

Bob Molettiere Martin Schierhorn Eugene Botes John Retrum Joe Peresan Eugene Botes Todd Minnier Chris Alderman Joe Peresan John Retrum Todd Minnier Chris Alderman Joe Peresan Steve Bohner Todd Minnier Matt Haupt Steve Bohner Brian Hostetler Joe Peresan Eugene Botes Matt Haupt Bob Molettiere

JR JR SO SR SR SO FR SR SR SR FR SR SR JR FR SO JR SR SR SO SO JR

50 Freestyle (19.94) 200 Freestyle (1:36.77) 100 Freestyle (47.69) 400 Medley Relay (3:16.95)

1-meter Diving (272.15) 400 IM (3:50.65) 200 Backstroke (1:45.68) 200 Butterfly (1:46.70) 3-meter Diving (460.70) 200 Breaststroke (2:00.91) 1-meter Diving (243.05) 100 Butterfly (48.63) 100 Butterfly (48.72) 3-meter Diving (435.20) 500 Freestyle (20.27) 200 IM (1:49.80) 50 Freestyle (20.36) 200 IM (1:50.67) 100 Freestyle (44.67)

2000* 19th with 42 points

7th Kevin Smith SR 800 Freestyle Relay (7:13.87) Martin Schierhorn SO Holden Comeau SR Bob Molettiere SO 12th Josh Weaver SO 200 Medley Relay (1:38.64) Matt Teeter SR Holden Comeau SR Bob Molettiere SO 15th Holden Comeau SR 400 Freestyle Relay (3:19.87) Bob Molettiere SO Kevin Smith SR John Retrum JR 15th Josh Weaver SO 400 Medley Relay (3:38.64) Matt Teeter SR Gavin Carscallen SR Holden Comeau SR 17th John Retrum JR 200 Freestyle (1:48.19) 18th Josh Weaver SO 200 Backstroke (1:57.75) 21st Josh Weaver SO 100 Backstroke (54.51) 21st Gavin Carscallen SR 100 Butterfly (53.98) 22nd Chris Alderman JR 3-meter Diving (487.10) 23rd Matt Teeter SR 100 Breaststroke (1:01.92) 24th Martin Schierhorn SO 400 Freestyle (3:50.74) 26th Matt Teeter SR 200 Breaststroke (2:16.46) 29th Chris Alderman JR 1-meter Diving (425.55) 30th Martin Schierhorn SO 200 Freestyle (1:49.04) 34th Kevin Smith SR 200 Freestyle (1:49.34) 44th Holden Comeau SR 100 Freestyle (50.04) 45th Bob Molettiere SO 50 Freestyle (22.76) 49th Holden Comeau SR 200 Freestyle (1:50.91) 59th Bob Molettiere SO 100 Freestyle (50.76) * — Swimming events competed in meters for 2000 meet

200 Freestyle Relay (1:19.58)

400 Freestyle Relay (2:56.09)

200 Freestyle (1:36.67) 200 Medley Relay (1:28.94)

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NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY 9th 13th 14th 14th 15th 15th 17th 22nd 22nd 23rd 24th 25th 26th 26th 28th 29th 30th 31st 33rd 34th 35th 36th 45th 50th 52nd 53rd

17th 19th 20th 22nd 24th 26th 28th 30th 45th 52nd 57th 58th 59th 60th

1999 20th with 41 points

Martin Schierhorn Holden Comeau Kevin Smith John Retrum Josh Weaver Matt Teeter Gavin Carscallen Holden Comeau Martin Schierhorn Josh Weaver Matt Teeter Gavin Carscallen Brian Hostetler Bob Molettiere Daniel Okoniewski Brian Hostetler Holden Comeau Gavin Carscallen Bob Molettiere Daniel Okoniewski Brian Hostetler Holden Comeau Brian Hostetler Matt Teeter Martin Schierhorn Holden Comeau Bob Molettiere Kevin Smith Steve Bohner Josh Weaver Brian McKenna Josh Weaver Bob Molettiere John Retrum Brian Hostetler Steve Bohner Holden Comeau Holden Comeau Daniel Okoniewski Daniel Okoniewski Brian Hostetler

Daniel Okoniewski Greg Stacey Brian Hostetler Hogan Thomas Drew Jackson Daniel Okoniewski Brian Hostetler Greg Stacey Hogan Thomas Seth Kane Drew Jackson Chris Alderman Chris Alderman Seth Kane Brian Hostetler Greg Stacey Daniel Okoniewski Brian Hostetler Daniel Okoniewski Greg Stacey

FR JR JR SO FR JR JR JR FR FR JR JR SO FR SR SO JR JR FR SR SO JR SO JR FR JR FR JR FR FR SO FR FR SO SO FR JR JR SR SR SO

1998 No Score JR SR FR FR SR JR FR SR FR SR SR FR FR SR FR SR JR FR JR SR

800 Freestyle Relay (6:31.11)

400 Medley Relay (3:15.47)

500 Freestyle (4:23.35) 200 Medley Relay (1:29.24)

30th 30th 32nd 22nd

18th 22nd 23rd 30th 33rd

Seth Kane Seth Kane Drew Jackson Drew Jackson

100 Butterfly (47.81) 400 Freestyle Relay (2:59.27)

50 Freestyle (19.98) 100 Breaststroke (55.53) 200 Freestyle (1:37.81) 200 Freestyle (1:37.95) 50 Freestyle (20.10) 200 Freestyle (1:38.12) 1-meter Diving (425.95) 200 Backstroke (1:47.09) 100 Backstroke (49.62) 100 Backstroke (49.64) 100 Freestyle (44.58) 200 Freestyle (1:38.66) 100 Butterfly (49.52) 3-meter Diving (363.50) 100 Freestyle (44.89) 50 Freestyle (20.46) 100 Freestyle (45.21) 50 Freestyle (20.63) 100 Freestyle (45.46)

200 Freestyle Relay (1:20.82)

1-meter Diving (463.00) 400 Freestyle Relay (3:04.30)

3-meter Diving (471.15) 3-meter Diving (463.20) 3-meter Diving (460.25) 1-meter Diving (430.75) 1-meter Diving (421.05) 50 Freestyle (20.40) 50 Freestyle (20.50) 100 Freestyle (45.46) 100 Freestyle (45.70) 50 Freestyle (20.63) 100 Freestyle (45.92)

3rd 5th

16th 19th 31st 35th 49th

16th 17th 31st 33rd

16th 18th 22nd 23rd 24th 25th 41st 44th

JR JR JR JR

Chris Devine Chris Devine Drew Jackson Drew Jackson Ryan Smith Ryan Smith

1-meter Diving (438.40) 3-meter Diving (423.60) 1-meter Diving (435.75) 3-meter Diving (464.00)

1996 No Score

Chip Berry Chip Berry Chip Berry Drew Jackson Drew Jackson

200 Freestyle Relay (1:20.71) 15th 18th 21st 29th 34th 34th

1997 No Score

SR SR SR SO SO

1,650 Freestyle (15:24.32) 500 Freestyle (4:25.18) 400 IM (3:56.06) 3-meter Diving (414.90) 1-meter Diving (408.40)

1995 29th with 13 points SR SR FR FR SR SR

1994 24th with 30 points

Chris Devine Chris Devine

JR JR

3-meter Diving (487.10) 1-meter Diving (526.65) 3-meter Diving (470.30) 1-meter Diving (411.70) 1-meter Diving (380.95) 3-meter Diving (402.00)

1-meter Diving (560.50) 3-meter Diving (578.15)

1993 Tied-41st with one point

Adam Carroll Thad Davis Ryan Smith Ryan Smith Adam Carroll

SR SR SO SO SR

100 Backstroke (49.26) 100 Butterfly (48.51) 1-meter Diving (404.20) 3-meter Diving (371.55) 100 Freestyle (45.16)

1992 35th with five points

Chris Devine Chris Devine Mike Westwood Mike Westwood

Jeff Eagles Adam Carroll Nick Boyce Walter Sopp Thad Davis Nick Boyce James Sloat Walter Sopp Nick Boyce James Sloat Walter Sopp

FR FR JR JR

1-meter Diving (447.65) 3-meter Diving (466.50) 3-meter Diving (406.10) 1-meter Diving (367.70)

1991 42nd with one point SR SO JR SR SO JR SO SR JR SO SR

3-meter Diving (460.85) 400 Freestyle Relay (2:59.43)

200 Backstroke (1:48.77) 200 Breaststroke (2:01.10) 200 Freestyle (1:39.59) 100 Backstroke 100 Breaststroke (56.53) 50 Freestyle (20.69)

PENN STATE AT THE NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS Best Team Finish: Most Team Points:

11th (1944) 87 (2005)

Best Swimming Individual Finish: 1st (Patrick Schirk, 2002) Best Diving Individual Finish: 15 INDIVIDUAL BIG TEN CHAMPIONS

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NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY 1990** 40th with one point

16th Jeff Eagles JR Nick Boyce SO Nick Boyce SO James Sloat FR Nick Boyce SO James Sloat FR Thad Davis FR Walter Sopp JR Adam Carroll FR Nick Boyce SO Walter Sopp JR Thad Davis FR Steve Zamborsky JR D.J. Hill SR Walter Sopp JR Adam Carroll FR Andrew Van Winkle SR Thad Davis FR Nick Boyce SO James Sloat FR Thad Davis FR Walter Sopp JR **—Records are incomplete for this meet

13th 16th 25th 28th 28th 33rd 38th 39th

3-meter Diving 100 Backstroke 200 Backstroke 200 Breaststroke 200 Medley Relay

400 Freestyle Relay

1-meter Diving 3-meter Diving 200 Freestyle Relay

400 Medley Relay

SR SR SR SO SR FR JR SR SR SR FR JR SR SR FR SR SR SR SO SR FR

20th 27th 32nd 41st 42nd 43rd

23rd 28th

15th 23rd 28th

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Dave Rafferty Dave Rafferty Dave Rafferty Steve Wukitch Steve Wukitch Steve Wukitch

Jay Mahoney Jay Mahoney

Brad Kreisher Brad Kreisher Jim Ebert

SO SO SO FR FR FR

200 Butterfly (1:48.35) 400 Medley Relay (3:21.12)

200 Freestyle (1:38.89) 200 Medley Relay (1:32.08)

200 Backstroke (1:50.78) 200 Freestyle Relay

50 Freestyle (20.76) 100 Backstroke (51.00)

21st 24th

200 Freestyle (1:37.13) 50 Freestyle (20.51) 100 Freestyle (44.99) 200 Breaststroke (2:04.38) 100 Breaststroke (56.90) 200 IM (1:52.22)

SR SR

1985 36th with two points

100 Butterfly (49.18) 200 Butterfly (1:49.52)

1-meter Diving (461.05) 3-meter DIving (344.20) 3-meter Diving (208.65)

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JR SR SR

Dale Dmitrzak Mike Cecatiello

Dale Dmitrzak Dale Dmitrzak Mike Cecatiello Mike Cecatiello

Dale Dmitrzak Mike Cecatiello

Dale Dmitrzak Mike Cecatiello

1-meter Diving (316.30) 1-meter Diving (200.75) 3-meter Diving (332.35)

1983 27th with 6 points JR JR

1-meter Diving 3-meter Diving (328.65)

1982 No Score SO SO SO SO

3-meter Diving (321.45) 1-meter Diving (189.20) 1-meter Diving 3-meter Diving

1981 No Score JR JR

1-meter Diving 3-meter Diving (328.65)

1980 No Score JR JR

1-meter Diving 3-meter Diving (328.65)

1978-79 No Qualifiers

22nd 40th

54th 72nd 78th

72nd

1986 No Score

SR SR SR

22nd 32nd

Brad Kreisher Dale Dmitrzak Dale Dmitrzak

400 Freestyle Relay (2:58.60)

1988 No Qualifiers 1987 No Score

21st 24th

21st 24th

1989 33rd with nine points

Dave Rafferty Brian Wentzel Mike Milkus Walter Sopp Dave Rafferty Nick Boyce Steve Wukitch Dave Rafferty Brian Wentzel Dave Rafferty Nick Boyce Stephen Wukitch Mike Miklus Brian Wentzel Nick Boyce Dave Rafferty Brian Wentzel Mike Milkus Walter Sopp Dave Rafferty Nick Boyce

17th 27th 21st

1984 No Score

Steve Rode Steve Rode

Rich Maurone Scott Linnon Scott Linnon

Rich Maurone Rich Maurone Jim Rightley Jim Rightley

Rich Maurone

1977 No Score SO SO

200 Breaststroke (2:06.60) 100 Breaststroke (58.74)

1976 No Score JR JR JR

1-meter Diving (109.02) 1-meter Diving (86.64) 3-meter Diving (71.34)

1975** No Score SO SO SR SR

1-meter Diving 3-meter Diving 1-meter Diving 3-meter Diving

1974 No Score FR

3-meter Diving (75.09)

1973** No Score

George Eiwen George Eiwen

100 Breaststroke 200 Breaststroke

1945-72** **—Records are incomplete from these years

4th 4th 6th

5th

1944 11th with four points

Abel Gilbert Abel Gilbert Abel Gilbert

220 Freestyle (2:16.10) 1500m Freestyle (21:48.00) 440 Freestyle (5:07.10)

1943 14th with one point

R.E. Cowell

150 Backstroke (1:42.00)

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PENN STATE RECORD BOOK 50 FREESTYLE

School Record McCoy Natatorium Record 1. Vincent Reydams 2. Bob Molettiere 3. Brian Hostetler 4. Brian Alden 5. Shane Austin 6. Basil Kaaki 7. Eugene Botes 8. Jason Goldner 9. Greg Stacey 10. Dan Okoniewski

19.56, Vincent Reydams, 2009 20.24, Rose, Texas A&M, 2003

19.56 19.68 19.75 19.78 19.80 19.85 19.89 19.99 20.11 20.17

2009 2002 1999 2010 2012 2010 2002 2009 1998 1998

100 FREESTYLE

School Record McCoy Natatorium Record 1. Eugene Botes 2. Vincent Reydams 3. Bob Molettiere 4. Brian Alden 5. Shane Austin 6. Todd Minnier 7. Jason Goldner 8. Dan Kaiserian 9. Sean Swanepoel 10. Holden Comeau

42.90, Eugene Botes, 2002 44.56, Eugene Botes, Penn State, 2002

42.90 43.05 43.60 43.75 43.85 43.88 43.98 44.04 44.12 44.16

2002 2009 2002 2009 2012 2004 2009 2007 2008 2000

200 FREESTYLE

School Record McCoy Natatorium Record 1. Brian Alden 2. Todd Minnier 3. John Retrum 4. Martin Schierhorn 5. Ben Ryan 6. Dave Rafferty 7. Holden Comeau 8. Sean Biedermann 9. Andrew Hartner 10. Jon Cochrane

1:35.49, Brian Alden, 2010 1:37.22, Dan Ketchum, Michigan, 2002

1:35.49 1:36.17 1:36.57 1:36.67 1:36.86 1:37.13 1:37.36 1:37.58 1:37.73 1:37.77

500 FREESTYLE

2010 2004 2001 2002 2009 1987 2000 2007 2002 2010

School Record 4:19.30, Martin Schierhorn, 2001 McCoy Natatorium Record 4:25.32, Tim Siciliano, Michigan, 1999 1. Martin Schierhorn 4:19.30 2001 2. Nick Ankosko 4:20.99 2012 3. James Berry 4:25.18 1996 4. Chris Sullivan 4:23.23 2009 5. Ben Ryan 4:24.72 2010 6. Jon Cochrane 4:25.05 2010 7. Ryan DeWeese 4:25.45 2008 8. Todd Minnier 4:26.58 2002 9. Erik Gordon 4:26.84 2002 10. Dito Calderon 4:27.43 2008

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1,000 FREESTYLE

School Record 9:04.51, Nick Ankosko, 2012 McCoy Natatorium Record 9:07.78, Chris Thompson, Michigan, 1999 1. Nick Ankosko 2. Chris Sullivan 3. Kurt Ratcliff 4. Paul Monyok 5. Dito Calderon 6. Martin Schierhorn 7. Willie Gordon 8. James Berry 9. Paul Kirk 10. Ben Ryan

9:04.51 9:12.07 9:13.27 9:13.51 9:15.27 9:15.47 9:15.71 9:16.81 9:16.89 9:17.37

2012 2007 2012 1999 2008 2001 2003 1995 2002 2007

1,650 FREESTYLE

School Record 15:05.32, Nick Ankosko, 2012 McCoy Natatorium Record 15:05.75, Chris Thompson, Michigan, 1999 1. Nick Ankosko 15:05.32 2012 2. Chris Sullivan 15:11.58 2007 3. Kurt Ratcliff 15:17.97 2012 4. Paul Kirk 15:19.13 2002 5. David Kraft 15:19.28 2007 6. James Berry 15:20.84 1996 7. Martin Schierhorn 15:20.91 2001 8. Dito Calderon 15:21.12 2008 9. Erik Gordon 15:22.18 2003 10. Ben Ryan 15:25.25 2007

100 BACKSTROKE

School Record 46.51, Patrick Schirk, 2009 McCoy Natatorium Record 48.58, Josh Weaver, Penn State, 1999 1. Patrick Schirk 46.51 2009 2. Nate Savoy 46.60 2012 3. Sean Grier 47.16 2012 4. Graham Risley 47.27 2011 5. Josh Weaver 48.31 1999 6. Adam Carroll 48.52 1993 7. Dan Fimbianti 48.57 2010 8. Thomas Mershon 48.65 2012 9. Brian Palme 48.72 1997 10. Shawn McLin 48.94 2005

200 BACKSTROKE

School Record McCoy Natatorium Record 1. Patrick Schirk 2. Nate Savoy 3. Dan Fimbianti 4. Thomas Mershon 5. Josh Weaver 6. Sean Grier 7. Andrew Hartner 8. John Retrum 8. Jeff Gomez 10. Gavin Carscallen

1:40.22, Patrick Schirk, 2008 1:46.11, Josh Weaver, Penn State, 1999

1:40.22 1:42.56 1:44.48 1:45.05 1:45.18 1:45.62 1:45.65 1:45.68 1:46.04 1:46.42

2008 2012 2010 2012 1999 2011 2002 2001 2011 1999

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PENN STATE RECORD BOOK 100 BREASTSTROKE

School Record McCoy Natatorium Record 1. Mitch Scherer 2. Brian Alden 3. Kyle Miranda 4. James Wilson 5. Matt Teeter 6. Brent Sanderson 7. Dan Velez 8. Dave Boardman 9. Andy Archer 10. Brent Sanderson

52.96, Mitch Scherer, 2011 53.93, Hansen, Haverford HS, 1999

52.96 53.51 54.27 54.88 54.92 55.14 55.54 55.60 55.64 55.80

2011 2012 2006 2012 1999 2012 2004 1998 1993 2010

200 BUTTERFLY

School Record McCoy Natatorium Record 1. Matt Salig 2. Tim Williams 3. Todd Minnier 4. Matt Haupt 5. Brent Creager 6. Dave Rafferty 7. Kurt Ratcliff 8. Luke Bushman 9. Dustin Thompson 10. Matt Cox

1:44.18 1:44.61 1:46.65 1:47.12 1:47.25 1:47.31 1:47.50 1:47.80 1:47.84 1:48.21

200 BREASTSTROKE

School Record McCoy Natatorium Record 1. Mitch Scherer 2. Scott Marino 3. Kyle Miranda 4. Chris Cipolla 5. Joe Peresan 6. James Sloat 7. Chris Ippoliti 8. Andy Archer 9. Matt Teeter 10. Dan Velez

1:56.63 1:58.23 1:58.86 1:59.74 2:00.03 2:00.77 2:00.87 2:00.99 2:01.04 2:01.08

1:56.63, Mitch Scherer, 2011 2:00.61, Chadsey, Florida, 2002 2011 2011 2007 2012 2001 1993 2005 1993 1998 2004

100 BUTTERFLY School Record 46.83, Sean Grier, 2012 McCoy Natatorium Record 48.04, Eugene Botes, Penn State, 2003 1. Sean Grier 2. Eugene Botes 3. Gavin Carscallen 4. Tim Williams 5. Todd Minnier 6. Basil Kaaki 7. Brent Creager 8. Patrik Johansson 9. Thad Davis 10. Matt Salig

46.83 47.01 47.55 47.56 47.88 48.02 48.03 48.04 48.08 48.36

2012 2002 1999 2009 2001 2010 2002 2005 1993 2011

School Record McCoy Natatorium Record 1. Scott Marino 2. Matt Salig 3. Nate Savoy 4. Joe Peresan 5. Sean Biedermann 6. Graham Risley 7. Tim Williams 8. Thomas Mershon 9. Matt Haupt 10. Matt Cox

2012 2008 2001 2003 2002 1989 2012 2010 2004 2009

200 IM

1:44.62, Scott Marino, 2011 1:49.53, Tim Siciliano, Michigan, 2002

1:44.62 1:46.02 1:46.46 1:47.32 1:47.71 1:47.82 1:48.28 1:48.50 1:48.60 1:48.76

School Record McCoy Natatorium Record 1. Scott Marino 2. Joe Peresan 3. Jaffrey Clark 4. Chris Cipolla 5. Matt Cox 6. Dustin Thompson 7. Kurt Ratcliff 8. Alex Cunha 9. Nate Savoy 10. Luke Bushman

1:44.18, Matt Salig, 2012 1:46.88, Raab, Virginia, 2004

2011 2012 2012 2001 2007 2011 2009 2012 2002 2009

400 IM

3:46.08, Scott Marino, 2011 3:54.13, Greenwood, Virginia, 2002

3:46.08 3:50.24 3:51.38 3:51.57 3:52.58 3:53.99 3:54.40 3:54.49 3:54.56 3:54.75

2011 2001 2001 2012 2009 2004 2012 1994 2012 2010

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PENN STATE RECORD BOOK 200 FREESTYLE RELAY

School Record McCoy Natatorium Record 1. Vincent Reydams, Brian Alden, Basil Kaaki, Jason Goldner

1:17.83, 2009 1:21.32, Penn State, 2000 1:17.83

2009

400 FREESTYLE RELAY

School Record McCoy Natatorium Record 1.

2:53.68, 2002 2:59.85, Penn State, 2002

Eugene Botes, Bob Molettiere, Martin Schierhorn, Todd Minnier

2:53.68

2002

200 MEDLEY RELAY

School Record McCoy Natatorium Record 1.

1:25.61, 2012 1:29.38, Penn State, 2012

Nate Savoy, Mitch Scherer, Sean Grier, Brian Alden

1:25.61

2012

400 MEDLEY RELAY

School Record McCoy Natatorium Record 1.

Nate Savoy, Mitch Scherer, Sean Grier, Shane Austin

3:07.62, 2012 3:18.98, Virginia, 2004 3:07.62

2012

800 FREESTYLE RELAY

School Record McCoy Natatorium Record 1.

Brian Alden, Ben Ryan, Luke Bushman, Jon Cochrane

6:28.11, 2010 6:38.48, Michigan, 1999 6:28.11

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YEARLY TOP TIMES 50 FREESTYLE 2011-12 Shane Austin 2010-11 Brian Alden 2009-10 Brian Alden 2008-09 Vincent Reydams 2007-08 Vincent Reydams 2006-07 Vincent Reydams 2005-06 Sean Biedermann 2004-05 Daryl Northrop 2003-04 Todd Minnier 2002-03 Eugene Botes 2001-02 Bob Molettiere 2000-01 Bob Molettiere 1999-00 Bob Molettiere 1998-99 Brian Hostetler 1997-98 Greg Stacey 1996-97 Greg Stacey 1995-96 Greg Stacey 1994-95 Greg Stacey 1993-94 Sean Anderson 1992-93 Adam Carroll 1991-92 Adam Carroll 1990-91 Walt Sopp 1989-90 Walt Sopp 1988-89 Walt Sopp 1987-88 unavailable 100 FREESTYLE 2011-12 Shane Austin 2010-11 Brian Alden 2009-10 Brian Alden 2008-09 Vincent Reydams 2007-08 Sean Swanepoel 2006-07 Dan Kaiserian 2005-06 Sean Swanepoel 2004-05 Daryl Northrop 2003-04 Todd Minnier 2002-03 Eugene Botes 2001-02 Eugene Botes 2000-01 Bob Molettiere 1999-00 Holden Comeau 1998-99 Bob Molettiere 1997-98 Dan Okoniewski 1996-97 Greg Stacey 1995-96 Greg Stacey 1994-95 Greg Stacey 1993-94 Greg Stacey 1992-93 Adam Carroll 1991-92 Adam Carroll 1990-91 Walt Sopp 1989-90 Walt Sopp 1988-89 unavailable 1987-88 unavailable

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19.80 20.03 19.78 19.56 19:95 20.32 20.43 20.71 20.20 20.18 19.68 19.80 19.93 19.75 20.11 20.17 20.42 20.51 20.67 20.68 20.62 20.42 20.66 20.49

43.85 43.99 43.79 43.05 44:12 44.04 44.47 45.57 43.88 43.91 42.90 43.72 44.16 43.74 44.42 44.91 44.92 45.05 45.20 44.30 45.09 44.26 44.47

200 FREESTYLE 2011-12 Matt Salig 2010-11 Brian Alden 2009-10 Brian Alden 2008-09 Ben Ryan 2007-08 Sean Biedermann 2006-07 Sean Biedermann 2005-06 Sean Biedermann 2004-05 Josh Graham 2003-04 Todd Minnier 2002-03 Todd Minnier 2001-02 Martin Schierhorn 2000-01 John Retrum 1999-00 Holden Comeau 1998-99 Holden Comeau 1997-98 Holden Comeau 1996-97 Holden Comeau 1995-96 unavailable 1994-95 unavailable 1993-94 Jason Eby 1992-93 Adam Carroll 1991-92 Curt Sawin 1990-91 Adam Carroll 1989-90 Walt Sopp 1988-89 unavailable 1987-88 unavailable 500 FREESTYLE 2011-12 Nick Ankosko 2010-11 Luke Bushman 2009-10 Ben Ryan 2008-09 Chris Sullivan 2007-08 Ryan DeWeese 2006-07 Ryan DeWeese 2005-06 Ryan DeWeese 2004-05 Dustin Thompson 2003-04 Dustin Thompson 2002-03 Todd Minnier 2001-02 Martin Schierhorn 2000-01 Martin Schierhorn 1999-00 Martin Schierhorn 1998-99 Martin Schierhorn 1997-98 Steve Hodgins 1996-97 Tom Houck 1995-96 Chip Berry 1994-95 Chip Berry 1993-94 George Reimer 1992-93 Chip Berry 1991-92 Jason Eby 1990-91 Adam Carroll 1989-90 Phil Meyer 1988-89 Phil Meyer 1987-88 unavailable

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1:38.09 1:36.90 1:35.49 1:36.86 1:37.68 1:37.58 1:38.40 1:40.46 1:36.17 1:36.97 1:36.67 1:36.57 1:37.36 1:37.59 1:38.48 1:39.23 1:39.81 1:37.85 1:40.03 1:37.97 1:38.43

4:20.99 4:28.63 4:24.72 4:23.23 4:25.45 4:26.26 4:25.99 4:34.10 4:30.47 4:26.58 4:21.79 4:19.30 4:24.42 4:22.67 4:31.70 4:31.49 4:25.18 4:26.47 4:27.49 4:30.96 4:34.22 4:30.13 4:30.42 4:30.13

1,000 FREESTYLE 2011-12 Nick Ankosko 2010-11 Luke Bushman 2009-10 Colin Quirk 2008-09 Colin Quirk 2007-08 Chris Sullivan 2006-07 Chris Sullivan 2005-06 David Kraft 2004-05 Dustin Thompson 2003-04 Pat Healy 2002-03 Willie Gordon 2001-02 Paul Kirk 2000-01 Martin Schierhorn 1999-00 Ryan Semels 1998-99 Paul Monyok 1997-98 Steve Hodgins 1996-97 Paul Monyok 1995-96 unavailable 1994-95 Chip Berry 1993-94 Chip Berry 1992-93 Chip Berry 1991-92 Phil Meyer 1990-91 Lucas Shelly 1989-90 Phil Meyer 1988-89 Brad Semle 1987-88 Brad Semle

2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88

1,650 FREESTYLE Nick Ankosko Josh Wakeley Ben Ryan Josh Wakeley David Kraft Chris Sullivan David Kraft Dustin Thompson Pat Healy Erik Gordon Paul Kirk Martin Schierhorn Ryan Semels Steve Hodgins Steve Hodgins Tom Houck Chip Berry George Reimer George Reimer Chip Berry Lucas Shelly Phil Meyer Phil Meyer Brad Semle Brad Semle

9:04.51 9:28.02 9:29.35 9:21.92 9:12.83 9:12.07 9:22.41 9:25.76 9:30.08 9:15.71 9:16.89 9:15.47 9:27.93 9:13.51 9:25.83 9:30.92 9:16.89 9:16.92 9:20.22 9:23.74 9:38.34 9:29.69 9:23.32 9:30.36

15:05.32 15:31.28 15:32.15 15:27.82 15:19.76 15:11.58 15:38.32 15:56.55 15:43.41 15:22.18 15:19.13 15:20.91 15:51.63 15:33.37 15:36.80 15:50.40 15:20.84 15:25.43 15:26.49 15:27.46 15:44.89 15:48.73 15:41.31 15:28.34 15:47.90

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YEARLY TOP TIMES 100 BACKSTROKE 2011-12 Nate Savoy 2010-11 Graham Risley 2009-10 Dan Fimbianti 2008-09 Patrick Schirk 2007-08 Patrick Schirk 2006-07 Patrick Schirk 2005-06 Patrick Schirk 2004-05 Shawn McLin 2003-04 Shawn McLin 2002-03 John Lutz 2001-02 Josh Weaver 2000-01 Josh Weaver 1999-00 Josh Weaver 1998-99 Josh Weaver 1997-98 Brian McKenna 1996-97 Brian Palme 1995-96 Brian Palme 1994-95 Brian Palme 1993-94 Gene Lupinski 1992-93 Adam Carroll 1991-92 Nick Boyce 1990-91 Nick Boyce 1989-90 Nick Boyce 1988-89 unavailable 1987-88 Walt Sopp 200 BACKSTROKE 2011-12 Nate Savoy 2010-11 Thomas Mershon 2009-10 Dan Fimbianti 2008-09 Patrick Schirk 2007-08 Patrick Schirk 2006-07 Patrick Schirk 2005-06 Patrick Schirk 2004-05 Shawn McLin 2003-04 Nate Torok 2002-03 Jaffrey Clark 2001-02 Andrew Hartner 2000-01 John Retrum 1999-00 Josh Weaver 1998-99 Josh Weaver 1997-98 Gavin Carscallen 1996-97 Brian Palme 1995-96 Brian Palme 1994-95 Jason Eby 1993-94 Mac Fraser 1992-93 Matt Myers 1991-92 Nick Boyce 1990-91 Nick Boyce 1989-90 Nick Boyce 1988-89 Walt Sopp 1987-88 unavailable

46.60 47.27 48.57 46.51 46:84 46.99 49.09 50.18 49.36 49.91 48.78 49.38 48.68 48.31 49.63 48.72 50.16 50.37 50.36 48.52 49.15 50.07 50.32 51.55

1:42.56 1:45.24 1:44.48 1:40.63 1:40.22 1:42.37 1:45.34 1:50.27 1:46.99 1:49.45 1:45.65 1:45.68 1:45.80 1:45.18 1:47.62 1:48.30 1:50.89 1:50.38 1:49.86 1:49.82 1:47.22 1:48.77 1:50.45 1:51.55

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100 BREASTSTROKE 2011-12 Mitch Scherer 2010-11 Mitch Scherer 2009-10 Mitch Scherer 2008-09 Mitch Scherer 2007-08 Kyle Miranda 2006-07 Kyle Miranda 2005-06 Kyle Miranda 2004-05 Kyle Miranda 2003-04 Dan Velez 2002-03 Dan Velez 2001-02 Mark Zucca 2000-01 Mike Laskowski 1999-00 Matt Teeter 1998-99 Matt Teeter 1997-98 Matt Teeter 1996-97 David Boardman 1995-96 David Boardman 1994-95 David Boardman 1993-94 Mike Smith 1992-93 Andy Archer 1991-92 James Sloat 1990-91 James Sloat 1989-90 Drew Van Winkle 1988-89 unavailable 1987-88 unavailable

2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88

200 BREASTSTROKE Mitch Scherer Mitch Scherer Mitch Scherer Scott Marino Kyle Miranda Kyle Miranda Kyle Miranda Kyle Miranda Dan Velez Dan Velez Mark Zucca Joe Peresan Joe Peresan Joe Peresan Matt Teeter Matt Teeter Gilad Chen Gilad Chen Gilad Chen James Sloat James Sloat James Sloat James Sloat Drew Van Winkle Drew Van Winkle

53.21 52.96 54.56 54.12 55:94 54.81 54.27 55.40 55.54 55.93 55.85 56.11 55.34 54.92 55.10 55.84 56.07 56.70 57.39 55.64 56.48 56.01 57.26

1:56.78 1:56.93 2:00.61 2:00.99 2:02.45 1:58.86 2:01.09 1:59.81 2:01.08 2:01.79 2:01.50 2:00.36 2:01.57 2:00.72 2:01.04 2:02.69 2:01.43 2:02.54 2:05.50 2:00.77 2:02.58 2:01.08 2:01.99 2:01.77 2:03.34

100 BUTTERFLY 2011-12 Sean Grier 2010-11 Sean Grier 2009-10 Basil Kaaki 2008-09 Tim Williams 2007-08 Tim Williams 2006-07 Tim Williams 2005-06 Chris Ippoliti 2004-05 Patrik Johansson 2003-04 Todd Minnier 2002-03 Eugene Botes 2001-02 Eugene Botes 2000-01 Eugene Botes 1999-00 Gavin Carscallen 1998-99 Gavin Carscallen 1997-98 Gavin Carscallen 1996-97 Gavin Carscallen 1995-96 unavailable 1994-95 unavailable 1993-94 Kirk Skoglund 1992-93 Thad Davis 1991-92 Thad Davis 1990-91 Thad Davis 1989-90 Thad Davis 1988-89 Mike Miklus 1987-88 unavailable

2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88

200 BUTTERFLY Matt Salig Matt Salig Luke Bushman Tim Williams Tim Williams Tim Williams Tim Williams Dustin Thompson Dustin Thompson Matt Haupt Brent Creager Todd Minnier Martin Schierhorn Alvaro Velez Alvaro Velez Mac Fraser Mac Fraser Alex Cunha Mac Fraser Gilad Chen Mike Rezoni Quinn Carver James Wolfle Dave Rafferty Dave Rafferty

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46.83 47.43 48.02 47.56 48:41 48.87 49.58 50.70 49.21 47.01 47.01 47.48 48.70 47.55 48.25 48.65 49.29 48.08 49.34 49.33 49.94 50.37

1:44.97 1:45.07 1:47.80 1:44.61 1:45.36 1:46.60 1:50.11 1:51.82 1:47.84 1:47.12 1:47.25 1:46.65 1:50.38 1:48.98 1:49.00 1:49.36 1:50.92 1:49.98 1:48.78 1:50.00 1:51.79 1:51.99 1:52.22 1:47.31 1:50.25

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YEARLY TOP TIMES 200 IM 2011-12 Scott Marino 2010-11 Scott Marino 2009-10 Scott Marino 2008-09 Scott Marino 2007-08 Sean Biedermann 2006-07 Sean Biedermann 2005-06 Sean Biedermann 2004-05 Sean Biedermann 2003-04 Nate Torok 2002-03 Matt Haupt 2001-02 Matt Haupt 2000-01 Joe Peresan 1999-00 Joe Peresan 1998-99 Joe Peresan 1997-98 Joe Peresan 1996-97 Steve Medei 1995-96 Steve Medei 1994-95 Alex Cunha 1993-94 Mac Fraser 1992-93 Andy Archer 1991-92 Curt Sawin 1990-91 Kirk Skoglund 1989-90 Steve Wukitch 1988-89 Steve Wukitch 1987-88 unavailable 400 IM 2011-12 Scott Marino 2010-11 Scott Marino 2009-10 Scott Marino 2008-09 Scott Marino 2007-08 Dito Calderon 2006-07 Dito Calderon 2005-06 Sean Biedermann 2004-05 Sean Biedermann 2003-04 Dustin Thompson 2002-03 Jaffrey Clark 2001-02 Jaffrey Clark 2000-01 Joe Peresan 1999-00 Joe Peresan 1998-99 Joe Peresan 1997-98 Joe Peresan 1996-97 Steve Medei 1995-96 Chip Berry 1994-95 Chip Berry 1993-94 Alex Cunha 1992-93 Kirk Skoglund 1991-92 Phil Meyer 1990-91 Phil Meyer 1989-90 Brad Semle 1988-89 unavailable 1987-88 Drew Van Winkle

1:44.97 1:44.62 1:46.60 1:47.42 1:47.86 1:47.71 1:49.49 1:53.51 1:50.72 1:47.12 1:48.60 1:47.32 1:49.38 1:48.85 1:49.24 1:50.48 1:51.51 1:50.40 1:50.22 1:51.90 1:51.24 1:51.22 1:52.06 1:52.01

3:47.98 3:46.08 3:49.22 3:51.03 3:56.97 3:57.93 3:58.43 4:00.60 3:53.99 3:53.16 3:54.06 3:50.24 3:52.80 3:53.04 3:53.88 3:57.33 3:55.86 4:00.28 3:54.49 4:02.50 4:01.58 4:01.74 4:01.97 3:59.44

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SCHOOL RECORD CHRONOLOGY 19.56 19.68 19.75 20.11 20.17 20.42 20.42 20.49 20.51 20.75 21.32 22.02 22.10 22.10 22.50 23.00 23.40 24.10

50 FREESTYLE Vincent Reydams Bob Molettiere Brian Hostetler Greg Stacey Greg Stacey Greg Stacey Walt Sopp Walt Sopp Dave Rafferty Steve Potsklan Bob DeVries John Reitz Steve Morrical Will Metzger Steve Morrical Carl Forss Mike Weber James Conrad

2009-present 2002-2009 1999-2002 1998-1999 1997-1998 1996-1997 1991-1997 1989-1991 1987-1989 1985-1987 1978-1985 1977-1978 1976-1977 1975-1977 1973-1975 1970-1973 1969-1970 1968-1969

42.90 43.72 43.74 44.26 44.47 44.88 45.38 47.15 48.35 49.30 50.30 50.90 51.30 51.60 53.40

100 FREESTYLE Eugene Botes Bob Molettiere Bob Molettiere Walt Sopp Walt Sopp Dave Rafferty Steve Potsklan Bob DeVries Doug King Will Metzger John Piatt Bob Krimmel Bob Krimmel Bill Schmidt Mike Weber

2002-present 2001-2002 1999-2001 1991-1999 1990-1991 1987-1990 1985-1987 1978-1985 1977-1978 1973-1977 1972-1973 1971-1972 1970-1971 1969-1970 1968-1969

1:35.49 1:36.17 1:36.57 1:37.13 1:39.76 1:44.30 1:45.70 1:47.76 1:47.80 1:48.80 1:49.80 1:52.00 1:52.80 2:00.40 2:00.50

200 FREESTYLE Brian Alden Todd Minnier John Retrum Dave Rafferty Steve Potsklan Doug King Doug King Brian O’Shea Lance Duffy Ray D’Ardenne Will Metzger Bob Krimmel Bob Krimmel David Platt Eric Mehnert

2010-present 2004-2010 2001-2004 1987-2001 1985-1987 1979-1985 1978-1979 1977-1978 1976-1977 1975-1976 1973-1975 1971-1973 1970-1971 1969-1970 1968-1969

4:19.30 4:22.67 4:25.18 4:26.47 4:27.49 4:28.26 4:33.17 4:45.80 4:56.60 5:02.40 5:04.90 5:04.90 5:06.90 5:21.70 5:44.00

500 FREESTYLE Martin Schierhorn Martin Schierhorn Chip Berry Chip Berry George Reimer Eric Becher Barry Marlin Andy Cosgarea Mike Noel Mike Noel Bruce Balderston Lane Schuckers Ray D’Ardenne John Piatt Eric Mehnert

2001-present 1999-2001 1996-1999 1995-1996 1994-1995 1987-1994 1984-1987 1979-1984 1975-1979 1974-1975 1973-1974 1973-1974 1972-1973 1970-1972 1968-1970

9:04.51 9:12.07 9:13.51 9:16.89 9:16.92 9:20.22

1,000 FREESTYLE Nick Ankosko 2012-present Chris Sullivan 2007-2012 Paul Monyok 1999-2007 Chip Berry 1995-1999 Chip Berry 1994-1995 Chip Berry 1993-1994

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9:23.32 9:30.36 9:38.24 9:52.90 10:21.10 10:23.90 10:31.10 11:06.00 11:23.40 12:01.80

Brad Semle Brad Semle Randy Deihl Andy Cosgarea Mike Noel Bruce Balderston Lane Schuckers John Piatt John Piatt Eric Mehnert

1989-1993 1988-1989 1983-1988 1979-1983 1976-1979 1973-1976 1972-1973 1971-1972 1970-1971 1968-1970

15:05.32 15:11.58 15:19.13 15:20.84 15:25.43 15:26.49 15:27.46 15:28.34 15:47.90 15:57.64 16:31.27 17:22.60

1,650 FREESTYLE Nick Ankosko 2012-present Chris Sullivan 2007-2012 Paul Kirk 2002-2007 Chip Berry 1996-2002 George Reimer 1995-1996 George Reimer 1994-1995 Chip Berry 1993-1994 Brad Semle 1989-1993 Brad Semle 1988-1989 Randy Deihl 1983-1988 Andy Cosgarea 1979-1983 Lane Schuckers 1973-1979

46.51 46.84 46.99 48.31 48.52 49.15 50.07 50.32 51.43 53.26 54.80 57.10 57.60 59.00 59.90 1:03.00

100 BACKSTROKE Patrick Schirk 2009-present Patrick Schirk 2008-2009 Patrick Schirk 2007-2008 Josh Weaver 1999-2007 Adam Carroll 1993-1999 Nick Boyce 1992-1993 Nick Boyce 1991-1992 Nick Boyce 1990-1991 Barry Marlin 1985-1990 Al Berardocco 1979-1985 Bill Hieb 1976-1979 Bill Hieb 1975-1976 Jim Shoemaker 1973-1975 Don Shanks 1971-1973 Bill Schmidt 1970-1971 Bill Moser 1968-1970

1:40.22 1:42.37 1:45.18 1:47.22 1:48.77 1:50.45 1:52.72 1:53.22 1:56.60 2:01.60 2:05.50 2:06.90 2:10.00 2:16.80 2:20.30 2:26.20

200 BACKSTROKE Patrick Schirk 2008-preesnt Patrick Schirk 2007-2008 Josh Weaver 1999-2007 Nick Boyce 1992-2007 Nick Boyce 1991-1992 Nick Boyce 1990-1991 Brian Smith 1986-1990 Barry Marlin 1985-1986 Al Berardocco 1979-1985 Bill Hieb 1976-1979 Jim Shoemaker 1973-1976 Don Shanks 1972-1973 Don Shanks 1971-1972 Bill Loescher 1970-1971 David Platt 1969-1970 Bill Moser 1968-1969

52.96 54.12 54.27 54.92 55.10 55.64 56.01 56.32 58.45 59.20 1:00.50 1:06.80

100 BREASTSTROKE Mitch Scherer 2011-present Mitch Scherer 2009-2011 Kyle Miranda 2006-09 Matt Teeter 1999-2006 Matt Teeter 1998-1999 Andy Archer 1993-1998 James Sloat 1991-1993 Steve Wukitch 1987-1991 Steve Rode 1977-1987 Steve Rode 1976-1977 Bill Eiwen 1973-1976 Gus Achey 1970-1973

1:56.63 1:58.86

200 BREASTSTROKE Mitch Scherer 2011-present Kyle Miranda 2007-2011

1:59.81 2:00.72 2:00.77 2:01.08 2:01.77 2:03.18 2:06.56 2:10.90 2:14.80 2:25.70 2:20.70 2:32.60

Kyle Miranda Joe Peresan James Sloat James Sloat Drew Van Winkle Steve Wukitch Steve Rode Steve Rode Bill Eiwen Gus Achey Gus Achey Alex Yarema

2005-2007 1999-2005 1993-1999 1991-1993 1989-1991 1987-1989 1977-1987 1976-1977 1973-1976 1970-1973 1969-1970 1968-1969

46.83 47.01 47.48 47.55 48.08 48.60 46.64 52.18 52.40 53.20 53.30 56.50

100 BUTTERFLY Sean Grier Eugene Botes Eugene Botes Gavin Carseallen Thad Davis Jay Mahoney Jay Mahoney Mike Snyder Mike Snyder John Piatt John Piatt Bill Schmidt

2012-present 2002-2012 2001-2002 1999-2001 1993-1999 1986-1993 1985-1986 1979-1985 1978-1979 1973-1978 1972-1973 1969-1972

1:44.18 1:44.61 1:45.36 1:46.60 1:46.65 1:47.31 1:48.29 1:50.32 1:54.29 1:55.76 1:58.50 1:58.80 2:02.40 2:03.10 2:15.70 2:43.10

200 BUTTERFLY Matt Salig Tim Williams Tim Williams Tim Williams Todd Minnier Dave Rafferty Jay Mahoney Jay Mahoney Mike Snyder Mike Snyder John Piatt John Piatt John Piatt John Piatt Bill Schmidt Bill Moser

2012-present 2008-2012 2008 2007-2008 2001-2007 1989-2001 1986-1989 1985-1986 1979-1985 1978-1979 1973-1978 1972-1973 1971-1972 1970-1971 1969-1970 1968-1969

1:44.62 1:46.60 1:47.32 1:48.85 1:49.24 1:50.22 1:51.22 1:51.45 1:51.85 1:56.84 1:58.92 1:59.70 2:02.00 2:04.40 2:07.40 2:09.10 2:25.00

200 IM Scott Marino Scott Marino Joe Peresan Joe Peresan Joe Peresan Mac Fraser Kirk Skoglund Jay Mahoney Jay Mahoney Al Berardocco Lance Duffy Lance Duffy John Piatt John Piatt John Piatt Bill Schmidt Mike Weber

2011-present 2010-2011 2001-2010 1999-2001 1998-1999 1994-1998 1991-1994 1986-1991 1984-1986 1979-1984 1978-1979 1976-1978 1973-1976 1972-1973 1971-1972 1969-1971 1968-1969

3:46.08 3:49.22 3:50.24 3:52.80 3:53.04 3:53.88 3:54.49 3:58.65 4:06.70 4:14.50 4:27.20

400 IM Scott Marino Scott Marino Joe Peresan Joe Peresan Joe Peresan Joe Peresan Alex Cunha Brian Smith Jay Mahoney Lance Duffy John Piatt

2011-present 2010-2011 2001-2010 2000-2001 1999-2000 1998-1999 1994-1998 1986-1994 1984-1986 1976-1984 1973-1976

Bold denotes current student-athlete

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ALL-TIME CONFERENCE & ACADEMIC HONORS ALL-BIG TEN FIRST TEAM 1993 1993 Thad Davis Thad Davis 1994 Chris Devine 1994 Chris Devine 1995 Chris Devine 1995 1999 Chris Devine Holden Comeau Brian Hostetler Bob Molettiere 1999 Dan Okoniewski Holden Comeau Joe Peresan Brian Hostetler Bob Molettiere 2000 Brian Hostetler Dan Okoniewski Bob Molettiere Joe Peresan Gavin Carscallen Matt Teeter Josh2000 Weaver Brian Hostetler 2001 Bob Molettiere Bob Molettiere Gavin Joe Carscallen Peresan Eugene Matt Teeter Botes Todd Minnier Josh Weaver John Retrum Martin Schierhorn 2001 2002 Bob Molettiere Bob Molettiere Joe Peresan Eugene Botes Eugene Botes Todd Minnier ToddSchierhorn Minnier Martin John Lutz John Retrum Martin Schierhorn 2003 Eugene Botes 2002 2006 Bob Molettiere Mike Alderman Eugene Botes Todd Minnier ALL-BIGMartin TENSchierhorn SECOND John Lutz 2011 Mitch Scherer 2003 Eugene Botes 2006 Mike Alderman

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ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN 1992: Andy Archer, Tim Boyd, Adam Carroll, Gene Lupinski, Matt Myers, Curt Sawin, Lucas Shelly, Kirk Skoglund, Jeff Summers, Steve Truschel, Mike Westwood 1993: Andy Archer, Adam Carroll, Mike Chang, Gene Lupinski, Matt Myers, Curt Sawin, Lucas Shelly, Kirk Skoglund, Andy Silver 1994: Chip Berry, Mike Chang, Gene Lupinski, Matt Myers, Lucas Shelly, Kirk Skoglund, Andy Silver 1995: Chip Berry, Brad Blankenhorn, Joe Caraher, Gilad Chen, McGregor Fraser 1996: Chip Berry, Brad Blankenhorn, David Boardman, Gilad Chen, McGregor Fraser, Drew Jackson, Brian Palme 1997: Brad Blankenhorn, David Boardman, Mac Fraser, John Hyneman, Drew Jackson, Paul Lupinski, Justin Martens, Steve Medei, Brian Palme, Greg Stacey, Alvaro Velez 1998: David Boardman, Gavin Carscallen, Drew Jackson, Greg Stacey, Alvaro Velez 1999: Chris Alderman, Rob Balazs, Gavin Carscallen, Jeff Harrison, Brian Hostetler, Matt Teeter, Alvaro Velez 2000: Chris Alderman, Rob Balazs, Gavin Carscallen, Jeff Harrison, Brian Hostetler, Mike Laskowski, Joe Peresan, Martin Schierhorn, Matt Teeter 2001: Chris Alderman, Chris Bagley, Eugene Botes, Jaffrey Clark, Jeff Harrison, Brian Hostetler, Mike Laskowski, Sean Martin, Joe Peresan, Martin Schierhorn 2002: Eugene Botes,Jaffrey Clark, Michael Laskowski, Todd Minnier, Martin Schierhorn, Robert Tucker 2003: Patrick Bird, Eugene Botes, Jaffrey Clark, Marc Gastaldo, Brad Hartman, Todd Minnier, Dustin Thompson, Robert Tucker, Mark Zucca 2004: Mike Alderman, Marc Gastaldo, Shawn McLin, Todd Minnier, Adam Pierce, Robert Tucker, Dan Velez, Mark Zucca 2005: Marc Gastaldo, Chris Ippoliti, Patrick Johansson, Daniel Kaiserian, Shawn McLin, Adam Pierce 2006: Mike Alderman, Sean Biedermann, Rob Felty, Chris Ippoliti, Dan Kaiserian, Richard Kornacki, Shawn McLin, Kyle Miranda, Adam Pierce, Brad Roth 2007: Mike Alderman, Sean Biedermann, Dito Calderon, Alan Erdley, Dan Kaiserian, Rob Kuderka, Kyle Miranda, Trey Rabinek, Vincent Reydams, Kevin Rybicki, Chris Sullivan 2008: Sean Biedermann, Justin Bonner, Dito Calderon, Jon Cochrane, Jeff DeWeese, Max Ettore, Dan Fimbianti, Basil Kaaki, David Kraft, Max Levi, John Miranda, Colin Quirk, Richard Rabinek, Vincent Reydams, Ben Ryan, Chris Sullivan 2009: John Austin, Justin Bonner, Dito Calderon, James Capparell, Jeffery DeWeese, Max Ettore, Dan Fimbianti, Basil Kaaki, Michael Kaiserian, David Kraft, Vincent Reydams, Ben Ryan, Chris Sullivan, Jack Zierenberg 2010: Brian Alden, John Austin, James Capparell, Jon Cochrane, Max Ettore, Dan Fimbianti, Basil Kaaki, Michael Kaiserian, Scott Marino, Jack Zierenberg 2011: Brian Alden, John Austin, James Capparell, Dustin Folio, Ben Hengels, Alex Marchinski, Scott Marino, Jack Zierenberg 2012: Brian Alden, Shane Austin, Alex Marchinski, Scott Marino, Matt Salig, Andrew Sideras

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ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA

1980: 2002:

Doug King Martin Schierhorn

CSCAA TEAM ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008

CSCAA POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP

1980:

Doug King, First Team

NCAA POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP

1980: 2003:

Doug King Martin Schierhorn

CSCAA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA 1987: Steve Wukitch 1993: Adam Carroll 1996: Chip Berry, Gilad Chen 1997: Mac Fraser, David Boardman 1998: David Boardman Drew Jackson, Matt Teeter 2000: Martin Schierhorn, Gavin Carscallen, Matt Teeter, Chris Alderman, Jeff Harrison 2001: Martin Schierhorn, Chris Alderman, Todd Minnier 2002: Martin Schierhorn, Todd Minnier 2003: Mike Alderman 2004: Todd Minnier 2006: Adam Pierce 2007: Dan Kaiserian, Kyle Miranda, Chris Sullivan, Mike Alderman 2009: Basil Kaaki, Vincent Reydams 2012: Brian Alden, Scott Marino, Matt Salig

BIG TEN DISTINGUISHED SCHOLAR AWARD

2008-09: 2009-10: 2010-11: 2011-12:

Christopher Sullivan Brian Alden Daniel Fimbianti Scott Marino John Austin Scott Marino Matt Salig

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ALL-TIME TEAM HONORS & AWARDS NITTANY LION AWARD

Established by former letterman Mike Snyder, the award is presented to the team member whose perseverance in practice and effort in competition have led to the greatest overall improvement in performance during a season or over a period of years. 1985: Dan Kiely 1986: Dave McConnell & Rod Meeker 1987: Bert Marlin & James Wolfle 1988: Mike Replogle 1989: Phil Meyer, Brad Semle & Mike Westwood 1990: Jeff Eagles 1991: Thad Davis & Steve Zamborsky 1993: Andy Archer 1994: Gene Lupinski 1995: Chip Berry 1996: Chip Berry 1997: John Hyneman 1998: Robert Balazs 1999: Gavin Carscallen 2000: Mike Laskowski 2001: Joe Peresan 2002: Brent Creager 2003: Conor MacDonald 2004: Dustin Thompson 2005: Chris Ippoliti 2006: Kyle Miranda 2007: Rob Felty & Trey Rabinek 2008: Patrick Schirk 2009: Mitch Scherer 2010: Dan Fimbianti & Scott Marino 2011: Mitch Scherer 2012: Chris Cipolla

WEINSTEIN COACHES AWARD

The Weinstein Coaches Award is named in honor of Jerome (Jerry) Weinstein, Class of 1936 and a member of Penn State’s first swimming team. His love for the sport touched every aspect of the Penn State aquatic program. A man of integrity, honesty, conviction and impeccable character, he influenced the lives of many people. The award serves as a lasting tribute to him for all the good things he brought to Penn State swimming. It is presented to the team member who not only is the hardest worker, but is sure to give 100 percent to his teammates emotionally and physically through the joyous times and the struggles. Weinstein was a World War II veteran and a former executive editor of the Centre Daily Times

1990: 1991: 1992: 1993: 1994: 1995: 1997: 1998: 1999: 2000: 2001: 2002: 2003: 2004: 2005: 2006: 2007: 2009: 2010: 2011: 2012:

Drew Van Winkle Lucas Shelly Lucas Shelly Adam Carroll & Lucas Shelly Lucas Shelly Chris Glenn Steve Medei Drew Jackson Steve Medei Kevin Smith Joe Peresan & Steve Hodgins Bob Molettiere Eugene Botes & Erik Gordon Daryl Northrop Richard Kornacki Dan Kaiserian Alan Erdley Vincent Reydams John Austin Scott Marino Scott Marino

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LOU MACNEIL AWARD

Presented to the swimmer or swimmers for consistently outstanding performances contributing the most to the team’s success. The award is named in honor of Lou MacNeil, head coach of the men’s swimming and diving team at Penn State for 18 years. Before retiring in 1984, MacNeil also served as director of aquatics and was an assistant professor of physical education. In 1982, MacNeil received the Distinguished Coach Award from the College Swimming Coaches Association of America. 1968: William Moser 1969: Michael Weber 1970: John Oleyar 1971: Gus Achey 1972: John Piatt 1973: John Piatt 1974: James Shoemaker 1975: Will Metzger 1976: Lance Duffy 1977: Steve Rode 1978: Doug King 1979: Doug King 1980: Ed Bahan & Brian Muller 1981: Ed Bahan & Mike Snyder 1982: Barry Marlin 1983: Jay Mahoney 1984: Barry Marlin 1985: Steve Potsklan 1986: Jay Mahoney & Brian Smith 1987: Dave Rafferty 1988: Drew Van Winkle 1989: Brian Wentzel 1990: Nick Boyce 1991: Adam Carroll 1993: Adam Carroll 1994: MacGregor Fraser 1996: Chip Berry 1997: Brian Palme 1998: Greg Stacey 1999: Holden Comeau & Brian Hostetler 2000: Holden Comeau & John Retrum 2001: Eugene Botes, John Retrum, Bob Molettiere & Martin Scheirhorn 2002: Bob Molettiere 2003: Matt Haupt 2004: Todd Minnier 2005: Shawn McLin 2006: David Kraft 2007: Patrick Schirk 2008: Patrick Schirk 2009: Tim Williams 2010: Brian Alden 2011: Scott Marino 2012: Nate Savoy

R. LUCAS SHELLY AWARD

In honor of former Penn State swimmer Lucas Shelly (class of 1994), it was awarded to the returning team member who demonstrates the strongest and most consistent work ethic during spring and summer training. 1997: 1998: 1999: 2000: 2001:

Holden Comeau & Paul Monyok Kevin Smith Shaun Anderson Chris Alderman, Paul Monyok Rob Balazs, Chris Bagley, Gavin Carscallen, Matt Teeter, Holden Comeau, John Retrum, Steve Hodgins, Kevin Smith, & Mike Laskowski Chris Alderman, Joe Peresan, & John Retrum

ROBERT E. GALBRAITH  DIVING AWARD

Presented in memory of Robert E. Galbraith, Penn State’s swimming and diving cocah from 1936-44, for outstanding contributions through performance, loyalty, spirit and leadership by a Penn State diver. 1968: Ronald Manning 1969: Steve Miller 1970: Jim Livingston 1971: Steve Miller 1972: Tom Watson 1973: John Iskat 1974: Richard Maurone 1975: Jim Rightley 1976: Richard Maurone 1977: Richard Maurone 1978: Craig Brown 1979: Craig Brown 1980: Joe Greenwell 1981: Craig Brown 1982: Dale Dmitrzak 1983: Dale Dmitrzak 1984: Dale Dmitrzak 1985: Jim Ebert 1990: D.J. Hill 1991: Jeff Eagles & Steve Zamborsky 1992: Chris Devine 1993: Ryan Smith 1994: Chris Devine 1995: Chris Devine 1996: Drew Jackson 1997: Drew Jackson 1998: Drew Jackson 1999: Chris Alderman 2000: Chris Alderman 2001: Chris Alderman 2002: Steve Bohner 2003: Marc Gastaldo 2004: Adam Pierce 2005: Adam Pierce 2006: Adam Pierce 2007: Mike Alderman 2008: Josh Bonner 2009: Josh Bonner & Justin Bonner 2010: Nick McLain 2011: Jordan Harris 2012: Alex Marchinski

ROBERT KRIMMEL  ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

Presented to the student-athlete that has attained the highest level of academic excellence through the season. This is based on a minimum of two semesters of class work at Penn State. 2002: 2003: 2004: 2005: 2006: 2007: 2008: 2009: 2010: 2011: 2012:

Bobby Tucker Bobby Tucker Bobby Tucker Dan Kaiserian Dan Kaiserian Alan Erdley Kevin Rybicki Chris Sullivan Dan Fimbianti Brian Alden Matt Salig

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ALL-TIME RESULTS Prior to the 1968 season, Penn State fielded swimming teams from 1936-44 and 1947-51 and posted a composite record of 31-60-1. 1967-68 (0-9) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil L Temple L at Navy L Pittsburgh L Bucknell L John’s Hopkins L at Syracuse L at Maryland L West Virginia L Villanova

20-82 11-102 42-71 33-80 55-58 39-74 39-74 39-65 42-62

1968-69 (2-8) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 1/11 L at Temple 1/18 L Villanova 1/25 L at Pittsburgh 2/1 L Syracuse 2/5 L at John’s Hopkins 2/8 L Maryland 2/12 L at Bucknell 2/15 L at West Virginia 2/22 W Indiana (Pa.) 3/1 W Buffalo

38-65 31-73 44-69 35-78 51-62 39-73 30-83 33-70 61-52 64-40

1970-71 (3-7) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 1/7 L at Maryland 1/10 L Temple 1/17 L at Villanova 1/24 L Pittsburgh 1/31 L at Syracuse 2/4 W John’s Hopkins 2/11 L Bucknell 2/14 L West Virginia 2/21 W at Indiana (Pa.) 2/28 W at Buffalo

30-83 40-73 30-74 45-68 43-70 60-53 47-61 51-62 69-42 66-38

1970-71 (3-7) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 1/8 L at Temple 1/15 L Villanova 1/22 W at Pittsburgh 1/29 L Syracuse 2/2 L at John’s Hopkins 2/5 W Buffalo 2/12 L at Bucknell 2/16 L Maryland 2/19 L at West Virginia 2/26 W Indiana (Pa.) at Penn State Relays

38-75 48-65 65-48 53-60 48-64 98-14 34-78 49-66 37-76 81-32 9th

1971-72 (3-7) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 1/8 L Temple 1/15 L at Villanova 1/22 L Pittsburgh 1/29 L at Syracuse 2/2 L John’s Hopkins 2/5 W at Buffalo 2/12 L Bucknell 2/16 L Maryland 2/19 W West Virginia 2/26 W at Indiana (Pa.) at Big Four Championships

37-76 45-68 44-69 41-72 45-78 59-43 40-73 56-57 68-45 76-36 3rd

1972-73 (6-4) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 1/10 L Villanova 1/13 W Lafayette 1/20 W at Pittsburgh 2/2 W Syracuse 2/3 L Kent State 2/7 L Maryland 2/10 L at Bucknell 2/14 W at Temple 2/17 W at West Virginia 2/20 W Indiana (Pa.) at Big Four Championships at Eastern Championships

38-75 85-29 59-54 64-49 42-71 50-63 36-77 60-53 69-44 95-18 1st 13th

1/13 1/20 1/27 1/31 2/5 2/10 2/14 2/17 2/21

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12/7 1/12 1/19 1/26 2/2 2/6 2/9 2/13 2/16 2/23 2/27

1973-74 (4-7) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil L Colgate W Lafayette L Pittsburgh L at Syracuse L at Kent State L at Maryland L Bucknell W Temple W at Indiana (Pa.) W West Virginia L at Villanova

33-78 76-39 16-97 40-73 28-85 41-68 18-95 69-44 68-43 77-36 52-61

1974-75 (4-7) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 12/14 W Lehigh 1/18 L at Pittsburgh 1/25 L at Colgate 1/25 L Syracuse (at Colgate) 2/5 L Maryland 2/12 L at Bucknell 2/13 L at Temple 2/15 W Indiana (Pa.) 2/19 W Lafayette 2/22 W at West Virginia 2/26 L Villanova at Penn State Relays at Eastern Championships

62-51 38-75 31-82 35-78 52-61 43-69 56-57 75-38 75-37 80-33 41-72 12th 7th

1975-76 (4-7) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 12/13 L at Lehigh 1/17 L Pittsburgh 1/24 W Bloomsburg 1/31 L at Edinboro 2/4 L at Maryland 2/7 L Bucknell 2/11 W Temple 2/14 W at Indiana (Pa.) 2/17 L West Virginia 2/24 L at Villanova 2/28 W St. Bonaventure at Penn State Relays at Eastern Championships

50-62 18-84 90-23 34-77 37-76 53-60 63-50 58-55 45-68 52-61 83-30 10th 6th

1976-77 (3-8) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 12/11 L Lehigh 1/15 L at Pittsburgh 1/22 W at Bloomsburg 1/29 W Edinboro 2/2 L Maryland 2/5 L at Temple 2/9 L at Bucknell 2/12 L Indiana (Pa.) 2/19 L at West Virginia 2/23 L Villanova 2/26 W at St. Bonaventure at Penn State Relays at Eastern Championships

55-58 28-85 71-42 71-35 48-65 48-65 39-74 52-61 43-70 50-63 67-63 10th 6th

1977-78 (8-4) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 12/7 W St. Bonaventure 12/10 W at Lehigh 12/17 W Rutgers 1/18 W at Villanova 1/21 L Pittsburgh 1/28 W at Edinboro 2/1 L at Maryland 2/4 W Temple 2/8 L Bucknell 2/11 W at Indiana (Pa.) 2/15 W Bloomsburg 2/18 L West Virginia at Penn State Relays at Eastern Championships

93-20 81-32 84-29 60-53 34-78 68-45 47-66 77-36 49-64 80-33 88-21 33-80 T-10th 6th

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1978-79 (8-4) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 11/30 L Maryland 12/6 W at St. Bonaventure 12/9 W Lehigh 12/16 W Syracuse 1/17 W Villanova 1/20 L at Pittsburgh 1/27 W Edinboro 2/3 W at Temple 2/10 W at Temple 2/14 L at Bucknell 2/17 L at West Virginia 2/21 W at Bloomsburg at Penn State Relays at Eastern Championships

53-60 94-19 69-53 89-24 82-31 23-90 87-20 69-44 69-44 48-65 30-83 71-41 7th 5th

1979-80 (10-3) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 11/29 W Maryland 12/8 W St. Bonaventure 12/15 W at Syracuse 1/16 W at Villanova 1/19 L Pittsburgh 1/26 L Ohio State (at Cleveland St.) 1/26 W at Cleveland State 2/2 W Temple 2/2 W Texas A&M 2/9 W Rutgers 2/13 W Bucknell 2/16 L West Virginia 2/20 W Bloomsburg at Penn State Relays at Eastern Championships

70-43 96-17 80-33 83-30 37-76 40-73 74-39 89-24 57-56 69-44 71-42 48-65 78-25 5th 5th

1980-81 (9-4) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 11/30 L at West Virginia 45-68 12/3 W Villanova 73-40 12/4 W St. Bonaventure 74-39 12/10 L at Pittsburgh 54-59 1/4 L Virginia 52-61 1/4 W John’s Hopkins 74-39 1/11 W Cleveland State 72-40 1/18 L Ohio State 28-85 1/19 W Maryland 60-53 1/26 W Temple 65-48 1/27 W Bucknell 58.5-54.5 2/14 W at Syracuse 67-46 2/19 W at Rutgers 68-45 at Penn State Relays 5th at Eastern Championships 4th 1981-82 (8-5) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 12/3 W West Virginia 12/9 L at Villanova 12/12 W St. Bonaventure 1/16 L Pittsburgh 1/22 L at Virginia 1/23 W at John’s Hopkins 1/30 L Ohio State 1/30 W Cleveland State 2/3 L Maryland 2/6 W Temple 2/10 W Bucknell 2/13 W at Syracuse 2/20 W Rutgers at Penn State Relays

71-42 42-43 78-35 51-62 32-81 75-38 29-84 70-43 38-75 64-49 68-45 59-54 85-28 4th

1982-83 (6-7, 3-1 A-10) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 12/2 L West Virginia* 12/8 L Villanova 12/10 L at Syracuse 1/15 L at Pittsburgh 1/21 L Virginia 1/22 W John’s Hopkins 1/29 L at Ohio State 1/29 W Cleveland State (at Ohio St.) 1/30 L Harvard 2/5 W Temple* 2/9 W at Bucknell 2/12 W St. Bonaventure* 2/19 W at Rutgers* at Penn State Relays at Atlantic 10 Championships at Eastern Championships

41-72 52-61 52-61 50-63 28-74 71-42 39-74 87-26 27-86 58-55 99-14 68-27 59-36 3rd 1st 2nd

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1983-84 (9-6, 3-0 A-10) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 11/20 W Boston University 12/1 L North Carolina 12/1 W West Virginia* 12/1 L Texas A&M 12/7 W at Villanova 12/10 W Syracuse 1/14 L Pittsburgh 1/20 L at Virginia 1/21 W at John’s Hopkins 1/24 W at St. Bonaventure* 1/28 W at Cleveland State 1/28 L Ohio State (at Cleveland St.) 2/4 W Temple* 2/8 W Bucknell 2/12 L at Harvard at Penn State Relays at Atlantic 10 Championships

66-47 47-66 66-47 54-59 73-40 89-24 55-58 42-71 62-51 58-55 98-15 49-64 81-32 49-37 49-64 3rd 1st

1984-85 (7-4, 2-1 A-10) Head Coach: Peter Brown 11/18 L at Boston University 53-60 11/29 L at Pittsburgh 36-77 11/29 W Virginia 62-51 12/5 W Villanova 58-55 12/8 W Syracuse 68-42 1/12 L at West Virginia* 34-62 1/19 W John’s Hopkins 77-61 2/2 W Temple* 69-40 2/6 W Bucknell 74-37 2/16 W St. Bonaventure* 76-36 2/9 L at Harvard 39-74 at Penn State Relays 3rd at Eastern Championships 3rd at Atlantic 10 Championships 1st at NCAA Championships T-36th 1985-86 (9-3, 2-0 A-10) Head Coach: Peter Brown 11/1 W at George Washington* 73-40 11/8 W at Cincinnati 149-135 11/8 W Ohio Univ. (at Cincinnati) 149-70 11/22 W Syracuse 68-48 12/5 W Temple* 63-50 12/11 L at Villanova 55-58 1/10 W Shippensburg 67-46 1/18 W at Pittsburgh 61-52 1/25 L at Virginia 49-64 2/1 L at Ohio State 49-64 2/1 W Cleveland State (at Ohio St.) 79-32 2/22 W at Boston University 62-51 at Bearcat Invitational 1st at Penn State Relays 1st at Atlantic 10 Championships 1st at Eastern Championships 3rd

1988-89 (9-3) Head Coach: Peter Brown 12/2 L at North Carolina 97-141 12/3 L at North Carolina State 77-166 1/6 L at Tennessee 44-68 1/12 W at Shippensburg 132-103 1/14 W at Pittsburgh 151-92 1/21 W at Virginia 123.5-119.5 1/23 W Villanova 137-106 2/4 W La Salle 123-107 2/11 W at West Virginia 67-46 2/11 W St. Bonaventure (at WVU) 75-40 2/18 W Boston University 148-108 at Penn State Invitational 2nd at Tennessee Relays 2nd at Eastern Championships 2nd at NCAA Championships 33rd 1989-90 (6-5) Head Coach: Peter Brown 10/27 L Alabama 39-74 11/11 W at Syracuse 144-97 1/6 W at Miami (Fla.) 62-43 1/13 L Pittsburgh 119-124 1/18 W Shippensburg 137-106 1/20 L Virginia 107-136 1/24 W at Villanova 148-95 2/3 W La Salle 72-41 2/3 W St. Bonaventure 78-35 2/10 L at Princeton 50-63 2/10 L Tennessee (at Princeton) 42-71 at Penn State Invitational 2nd at Eastern Championships 2nd 1990-91 (9-1) Head Coach: Peter Brown 11/9 W Syracuse 70-43 11/9 W Maryland 84-29 11/17 W Villanova 135-103 1/6 W Maryland-Baltimore County 143-90 1/12 W at Pittsburgh 134-69 1/19 W at Virginia 135-106 1/26 W La Salle 146-97 2/1 L Ohio State 107-136 2/9 W at Shippensburg 143-102 2/16 W at St. Bonaventure 122-96 at Eastern Championships 3rd at NCAA Championships 42nd

1986-87 (5-2, 1-0 A-10) Head Coach: Peter Brown 11/1 W at St. Bonaventure* 81-56 11/5 L at Princeton 37-76 1/24 L Pittsburgh 88-129 1/26 W Villanova 141-75 2/7 W La Salle 113-102 2/9 W at Shippensburg 124-92 2/21 W Boston University 115.5-94.5 at Penn State Invitational 1st at Atlantic 10 Championships 1st at Eastern Championships 3rd

1991-92 (10-3, 2-3 Big Ten) Head Coach: Peter Brown 11/2 L Indiana* (at NW) 11/2 L Michigan State* (at NW) 11/2 W Northwestern* 11/14 W at Villanova 12/17 L at Michigan State* 12/17 W Ball State (at Michigan St.) 1/9 W St. Bonaventure 1/11 W at La Salle 1/17 W Virginia 1/18 W at Pittsburgh 1/18 W Ohio State* (at Pittsburgh) 1/25 W Shippensburg 2/29 W Villanova at Big Ten Relays (at NW) at Princeton Invitational at Penn State Invitational at Big Ten Championships at NCAA Championships

1987-88 (8-1, 1-0 A-10) Head Coach: Peter Brown 11/20 W Syracuse 129-81 1/9 W at Pittsburgh 115-102 1/16 W Shippensburg 126-88 1/23 W Virginia 117-95 1/25 W at Villanova 139-76 2/5 W at La Salle 140-71 2/6 W St. Bonaventure* 126-78 2/13 L SMU (at Princeton) 40-72 2/20 W at Boston University 133-82 at Penn State Invitational 1st at Atlantic 10 Championships 1st at Eastern Championships 3rd

1992-93 (7-2, 3-1 Big Ten) Head Coach: Peter Brown 11/22 W Michigan State* 11/22 W St. Bonaventure 1/9 W La Salle 1/15 L at Virginia 1/16 W Pittsburgh 1/23 W Villanova 1/30 L Iowa* 2/12 W at Northwestern* 2/13 W at Wisconsin* at Indianapolis Invitational at Big Ten Championships at NCAA Championships

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1993-94 (7-3, 1-3 Big Ten) Head Coach: Peter Brown 10/30 L Minnesota* 107-193 11/11 W at Villanova 143-82 11/20 W at St. Bonaventure 151-86 1/8 W Pittsburgh 123.5-119.5 1/13 W at La Salle 139-79 1/15 W Virginia 126-117 1/22 L Ohio State* 94-149 2/4 W Southern Illinois (at Iowa) 68-45 2/5 L at Iowa* 44-89 2/5 W Northwestern* (at Iowa) 74-59 at Harvard Invitational 2nd at Big Ten Championships 9th 1994-95 (4-4, 1-2 Big Ten) Head Coach: Peter Brown 10/28 W St. Bonaventure 151-86 11/12 W Villanova 149-91 1/6 L at Minnesota* 87-156 1/14 L at Virginia 101-140 1/20 L at Pittsburgh 121-122 1/21 L at Ohio State* 150-93 2/4 W at Michigan State* 136-107 2/11 W La Salle 132-70 at Princeton Invitational 3rd at Gold Country Invitational 2nd at Big Ten Championships 6th at NCAA Championships 29th 1995-96 (9-1, 3-0 Big Ten) Head Coach: Peter Brown 10/22 W at Villanova 169-68 11/10 W at Indiana* 91-72 11/11 W at Purdue* 142-21 12/17 W at St. Bonaventure 168-72 12/17 W La Salle (at St. Bona) 169-68 1/14 W Virginia 154-84 1/21 L Pittsburgh 120-123 1/27 W Wisconsin* 141-83 2/2 W James Madison 146-15 2/3 W Princeton 91-71 at Nike Invitational (at UNC) 1st at Big Ten Championships 8th

1996-97 (6-3, 0-3 Big Ten) Head Coach: Peter Brown 11/9 W at Pittsburgh 128-115 11/15 W St. Bonaventure 162-65 11/16 L Purdue* 102-140 1/4 W at Indian River JC 117-93 40-64 1/12 W Virginia 134-107 43-70 1/17 L at Ohio State* 154-198 90-23 1/18 L Indiana* (at Ohio State) 156-196 157-84 1/31 W at La Salle 177-79 123-160 2/8 W Villanova 143-108 123-70 at Univ. of Miami Invitational 3rd 132-96 at Big Ten Championships 7th 135-103 141-97 1997-98 (8-2, 3-2 Big Ten) 145-99 Head Coach: Peter Brown 135-109 10/25 W Villanova 144-86 175-63 11/1 W West Virginia 155-83 32-21 11/9 W at Syracuse 133-110 4th 1/9 W at James Madison 143-80 1st 1/16 W at Michigan State* 136-104 4th 1/17 L at Purdue* 114-129 8th 1/30 W at Northwestern 239-114 35th 1/30 W Iowa* (at NW) 242-111 1/30 L Ohio State* (at NW) 141-197 2/7 W La Salle 172-96 at Penn State Invitational 1st 70-43 at Big Ten Championships 3rd 74-37 132-90 88-151 144-97 133-88 119-122 125-111 126-111 1st 7th 42nd

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1998-99 (10-1, 4-1 Big Ten) Head Coach: Peter Brown 10/24 W Michigan State* 11/7 W Syracuse 11/14 W at Villanova 1/9 W at Clemson 1/15 W at Indiana* 1/16 L at Michigan* 1/30 W Ohio State* 1/30 W Iowa* 2/5 W at La Salle 2/5 W Connecticut (at La Salle) 2/5 W Seton Hall (at La Salle) at Penn State Invitational at Big Ten Championships at NCAA Championships

160-80 166-76 162-50 129-108 143-100 95-146 220-130 223-120 147-88 167-68 171-60 1st 1st 20th

1999-2000 (6-1, 2-1 Big Ten) Head Coach: Peter Brown 10/30 W Villanova 11/12 L Michigan* 1/8 W at Alabama 1/22 W Indiana* 1/29 W at Iowa* 2/4 W Pittsburgh 2/5 W James Madison at Penn State Invitational at Big Ten Championships at NCAA Championships

220-70 118-125 167-131 150-93 123-116 148-89 177-125 1st 3rd 19th

2000-01 (5-1, 2-1 Big Ten) Head Coach: Peter Brown 10/27 W Villanova 171-32 11/11 W Miami (Ohio) 148-92 1/12 W Pittsburgh 140-98 1/20 W Purdue* 171-72 1/20 L Michigan* 129-114 2/3 W Ohio State* 145-98 at Texas A&M Invitational 5th at Nittany Lion Invitational 1st at Big Ten Championships 3rd at NCAA Championships 16th 2001-02 (2-3, 1-1 Big Ten) Head Coach: Bill Dorenkott 11/18 L Virginia 131-105 1/5 L Florida 126-110 1/18 W Purdue* 136-107 1/19 L Michigan* 152-91 2/2 W Rutgers 157-84 at Big Ten Championships 3rd at NCAA Championships 15th 2002-03 (4-4, 1-0 Big Ten) Head Coach: Bill Dorenkott 10/26 L Florida 131-96 11/8 L Virginia 132-106 1/11 W South Carolina 153-87 1/11 L Tennessee 140-95 1/25 W Michigan State* 275-94 2/1 W Rutgers 146-95 2/2 W West Chester 155-83 2/7 L Pittsburgh 128-115 at Big Ten Championships 5th at NCAA Championships 34th 2003-04 (4-6, 1-0 Big Ten) Head Coach: Bill Dorenkott 10/24-25 L Auburn 10/24-25 L Virginia 11/7 L Texas A&M 11/13 L Washington 11/21 W St. Bonaventure 11/25 W West Chester 12/5-7 at Georgia Invitational 1/10 L North Carolina 1/24 L Pittsburgh 1/31 W Rutgers 2/6 W Ohio State* 2/26-28 at Big ten Championships

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2004-05 (6-2, 1-1 Big Ten) Head Coach: Bill Dorenkott 10/14 W at West Virginia 10/30 L Virginia 11/19 W at St. Bonaventure 11/23 W West Chester 1/22 W Rutgers 1/28-29 W Missouri (at Iowa) 1/28-29 W at Iowa* 2/5 L Ohio State* 2/25-27 at Big Ten Championships

150-93 103-138 155-104 169-120 143-99 227-136 189-179 112-128 8th

2005-06 (10-5, 1-1 Big Ten) Head Coach: Bill Dorenkott 10/13 W West Virginia 165.5-67.5 11/4 W La Salle 143-91 11/11-12 W Purdue* (at Virginia) 188-165 11/11-12 L at Virginia 166-187 11/11-12 L Auburn (at Virginia) 125-217 11/22 W West Chester 150-86 12/2-4 at Ohio State Invitational 3rd 1/7 L at Florida 133-156 1/14 W St. Bonaventure 142-89 1/21 W at Rutgers 136-107 1/27-28 at Shamrock Invitational 2nd 2/3 W at Kenyon 194-110 2/4 L at Ohio State 107-126 at Big Ten Championships 8th at NCAA Championships 49th 2006-07 (7-7, 0-1 Big Ten) Head Coach: Bill Dorenkott 10/19 L at West Virginia 104-137 10/27-28 L at Virginia 124-229 10/27-28 L Clemson (at Virginia) 152-201 10/27-28 L Virginia Tech (at Va.) 163.5-189.5 11/10-11 L at Purdue* 151-202 11/10-11 L Georgia (at Purdue) 119-234 11/10-11 W Utah (at Purdue) 223-130 11/10-11 W Louisville (at Purdue) 264-87 11/24-26 at Bell Grand Prix 3rd 12/2 W West Chester 147-91 1/6-7 at Georgia Diving Invite No Scores 1/20 W Rutgers 204-88 1/26-27 W at Notre Dame 221.5-147.5 W UConn (at ND) 290-80 L West Virginia (at ND) 177-193 W Oakland 257-112 at Big Ten Championships 7th 2007-08 (8-4, 1-3 Big Ten) Head Coach: Bill Dorenkott 10/18 W West Virginia 194-106 11/10 L Virginia 169.5-183.5 11/10 W Michigan State* 214-138 11/15-17 at Hoosierland Open No Scores 12/2 at Princeton Invitational 1st 1/4 at Georgia Diving Invite No Scores 1/6 W at Indian River JC 146-59 1/19 W at Pittsburgh 217-135 1/19 W Villanova (at Pittsburgh) 287-58 1/19 W Maryland (at Pittsburgh) 228-116 1/19 W at Missouri (at Pittsburgh) 191-159 1/25 W West Chester 180-103 2/2 L Michigan* (at Ohio St.) 35-113 2/2 L at Ohio State* 79.5-101.5 2/2 L Northwestern* (at Ohio St.) 150-183 at Big Ten Championships 8th at NCAA Championships T-23rd

2009-10 (5-5, 1-2 Big Ten) Head Coach: John Hargis 10/13 W at St. Bonaventure 144-97 10/24 W West Virginia 145-96 10/31 L at Virginia Tech 116-184 11/20-21 L Virginia 153.5-210.5 12/4-6 at Ohio State Invitational 5th 1/2 vs. Florida State (Naples, Fla.) 1/3-4 at Bulldog Shoot-Out No Score 1/15-16 L at Pittsburgh 156-197 1/15-16 W vs. Maryland (at Pitt) 236-168 1/29-30 L at Ohio State 70-263 1/29-30 L vs. Michigan (at OSU) 72-270 1/29-30 W vs. Northwestern (at OSU) 166-162 2/5 W Buffalo 132-102 2/24-27 at Big Ten Championships 7th 3/25-28 at NCAA Championships No Score 2010-11 (5-6, 1-3 Big Ten) Head Coach: John Hargis 10/15-16 L at West Virginia 116-125 10/23 L Virginia Tech 118.5-181.5 11/19-20 L at Virginia 150-186 L vs. Indiana* (at UVa) 154-182 12/3-5 at Georgia Invitational 5th 1/2 vs. Wyoming & Arkansas (Diving) 1/4 vs. North Carolina (Naples, Fla.) 1/14-15 W at Maryland 219-129 W vs. Pitt (at Maryland) 191.5-151.5 1/22 W St. Bonaventure 141-96 1/28-29 L at Michigan* 262-72 W vs. Northwestern* (at UM) 176-158 L vs. Ohio State* (at UM) 235-87 2/4 W Buffalo 129-110 2/23-26 at Big Ten Championships 6th 3/24-26 at NCAA Championships T-26th 2011-12 (4-6, 0-3 Big Ten) Head Coach: John Hargis 10/22 W at West Virginia 143-98 11/4 L at Auburn 152-86 11/5 W at Georgia Tech 177-122 11/18-19 L Indiana* 226-127 L Virginia 186-167 12/2-4 at Ohio State Invite 3rd 1/4 vs. North Carolina (at Fla.) No Score 1/5-6 Bulldog Diving Shootout No Score 1/14 L Navy 155-145 1/27-28 L at Ohio State* 243-91 L vs. Michigan* (at OSU) 264-70 2/3 W Buffalo 138-97 2/4 W Lehigh 168-101 2/22-25 at Big Ten Championships 6th 3/22-24 at NCAA Championships 17th

2008-09 (6-5, 1-2 Big Ten) Head Coach: John Hargis 10/25 W at West Virginia 145-93 10/31 W at Texas A&M 140-102 11/1 L at Southern Methodist 106.5-134.5 11/15 L Florida State (at UVa) 127.5-225.5 11/15 L at Virginia 120-228 12/5-7 at Ohio State Invitational 3rd 1/3-5 at Tennessee Diving Invite No Score 1/16-17 W at Maryland 225-115 1/16-17 W Pittsburgh (at Maryland) 224-108 1/30-31 W Northwestern* (at OSU) 193.5-138.5 1/30-31 L at Ohio State* 76-258 1/30-31 L Michigan* (at OSU) 245-84 2/6 W St. Bonaventure 127-105 2/26-28 at Big Ten Championships 7th 3/26-28 at NCAA Championships 32nd

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ALL-TIME RESULTS ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS Opponent Alabama Arkansas Army Auburn Ball State Bloomsburg Boston University Bucknell Buffalo Carnegie Mellon Cincinnati Clemson Cleveland State Colgate Connecticut Cornell Delaware Dickinson Edinboro Florida Florida State Franklin & Marshall George Washington Georgia Georgia Tech Harvard Indiana Indiana (Pa.) Indian River JC Iowa James Madison John’s Hopkins Kent State Kenyon Lafayette La Salle Lehigh Louisville Maryland Miami (Fla.) Miami (Ohio) Michigan

W L First Mtg. 1 1 1990 0 0 2013 0 1 1944 0 3 2003 1 0 1992 5 0 1977 5 1 1984 6 12 1968 7 0 1969 8 0 1937 1 0 1985 1 1 1999 6 0 1980 0 4 1950 2 0 1999 2 12 1936 1 1 1950 2 0 1948 3 1 1975 0 3 2002 0 1 2008 2 1 1948 1 0 1986 0 1 2007 1 0 2011 0 3 1983 3 4 1992 9 1 1969 2 0 1997 4 2 1993 3 0 1996 6 4 1968 0 2 1973 1 0 2006 3 0 1973 14 0 1987 4 2 1975 1 0 2007 7 13 1968 1 0 1990 1 0 2001 0 9 1999

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Opponent W L First Mtg. Michigan State 6 2 1992 Minnesota 0 2 1994 Missouri 2 0 2005 Missouri State 0 0 2013 Navy 0 2 1944 Northwestern 7 1 1992 North Carolina 0 3 1984 North Carolina State 0 1 1989 Notre Dame 1 0 2007 Oakland 1 0 2007 Oberlin 1 0 1937 Ohio University 1 0 1985 Ohio State 4 18 1980 Pennsylvania 0 7 1936 Pittsburgh 16 34 1936 Princeton 1 2 1990 Purdue 4 3 1996 Rutgers 11 6 1939 St. Bonaventure 27 0 1977 Seton Hall 1 20 1950 Shippensburg 7 0 1986 South Carolina 1 0 2003 Southern Illinois 1 0 1994 Southern Methodist 0 2 1988 Syracuse 14 20 1936 Temple 21 11 1938 Tennessee 0 21 1989 Texas A&M 2 2 1980 Toronto 1 0 1939 Towson 0 0 2013 UMBC 1 0 1991 Utah 1 0 2007 Villanova 23 13 1938 Virginia 10 19 1949 Virginia Tech 0 3 2007 Washington 0 1 2003 Washington & Jefferson 1 0 1940 West Chester 7 0 1939 Westminster 1 0 1939 West Virginia 13 16 1968 Wisconsin 2 0 1993 TOTAL 298 253 .543 BOLD indicates 2012-13 opponents

Coach Year W L T Conf. NCAA Robert Galbraith 1936 1 3 0 — — Robert Galbraith 1937 3 3 0 — — Robert Galbraith 1938 3 4 0 — — Robert Galbraith 1939 5 4 0 — — Robert Galbraith 1940 2 6 0 — — Robert Galbraith 1941 2 5 0 — — Robert Galbraith 1942 2 5 0 — — Robert Galbraith 1943 2 4 0 — 14th Robert Galbraith 1944 1 3 0 — 11th 1945-46 No Teams William Gutteron 1947 1 4 0 — — William Gutteron 1948 1 5 0 — — William Gutteron 1949 5 2 0 — — William Gutteron 1950 3 5 1 — — William Gutteron 1951 2 8 0 — — 1952-67 No Teams Lou MacNeil 1967-68 0 9 0 — — Lou MacNeil 1968-69 2 8 0 — — Lou MacNeil 1969-70 3 7 0 — — Lou MacNeil 1970-71 3 7 0 — — Lou MacNeil 1971-72 3 7 0 — — Lou MacNeil 1972-73 6 4 0 13th — Lou MacNeil 1973-74 4 7 0 — — Lou MacNeil 1974-75 4 7 0 7th — Lou MacNeil 1975-76 4 7 0 6th — Lou MacNeil 1976-77 3 8 0 6th — Lou MacNeil 1977-78 8 4 0 6th — Lou MacNeil 1978-79 8 4 0 5th — Lou MacNeil 1979-80 10 3 0 5th — Lou MacNeil 1980-81 9 4 0 4th — Lou MacNeil 1981-82 8 5 0 — — Lou MacNeil 1982-83 6 7 0 2nd — Lou MacNeil 1983-84 9 6 0 1st — Peter Brown 1984-85 7 4 0 3rd — Peter Brown 1985-86 9 3 0 3rd — Peter Brown 1986-87 5 2 0 3rd — Peter Brown 1987-88 8 1 0 3rd* — Peter Brown 1988-89 8 3 0 2nd* 33rd Peter Brown 1989-90 6 5 0 2nd* — Peter Brown 1990-91 9 1 0 3rd* 42nd Peter Brown 1991-92 10 3 0 8th 35th Peter Brown 1992-93 7 2 0 7th 42nd Peter Brown 1993-94 7 3 0 9th — Peter Brown 1994-95 4 4 0 6th 29th Peter Brown 1995-96 9 1 0 8th — Peter Brown 1996-97 6 3 0 7th — Peter Brown 1997-98 8 2 0 3rd — Peter Brown 1998-99 10 1 0 1st 20th Peter Brown 1999-00 6 1 0 3rd 19th Peter Brown 2000-01 5 1 0 3rd 16th Bill Dorenkott 2001-02 4 3 0 3rd 15th Bill Dorenkott 2002-03 4 4 0 5th 34th Bill Dorenkott 2003-04 4 6 0 7th — Bill Dorenkott 2004-05 6 2 0 8th — Bill Dorenkott 2005-06 10 5 0 8th 49th Bill Dorenkott 2006-07 7 7 0 7th — Bill Dorenkott 2007-08 8 4 0 8th 23rd John Hargis 2008-09 6 5 0 7th 32nd John Hargis 2009-10 5 5 0 7th — John Hargis 2010-11 5 6 0 6th T26th John Hargis 2011-12 4 6 0 6th 17th TOTAL 298 253 1 Competed in Atlantic 10 Conference from 1982-91 Joined Big Ten Conference in 1991-92 *—Eastern Championships listed in lieu of A-10

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Thomas F. Butts III compiled this list of swimming and diving letterwinners for both the women’s and men’s teams. Some letterwinners may have been missed. If you feel that you should be on this list or you know someone that should be, please direct updates to: Penn State Athletic Communications Office 101 Bryce Jordan Center University Park, Pa. 16802 Ph: (814) 865-1757 Note: Only championship years listed (ex. 2010-11 season has 2011 credited to student-athlete). Bold indicates current athlete A A Acar, Emre 2012-present Achey, Gustav V. 1969-71 Ackerman, Jr. J.H. 1936 Adelman, Edward 1990-93 Alden, Brian 2009-12 Alderman, Chris 1998-01 Alderman, Michael 2003-07 Allison, H.R. 1939 Ambrose, Robert 1978-79 Anderson, J.T. 1944 Anderson, Kenneth 1978-81 Anderson, Sean 1994 Anderson, Shaun 1998-01 Ankosko, Nick 2012-present Anthony, Scott W. 1972 Archer, Andrew 1990-93 Ashton, W.H. 1942 Austin, John 2008-11 Austin, Shane 2011-present B B Bagley, Christopher 1998-01 Bahan, Edward 1980-81 Bainbridge, Bruce 1951 Baker, Donald 1948 Balazs, Robert 1998-00 Balder, Robert W. 1978 Balderston, Bruce K. 1973-76 Balderston, W.G. 1936 Barber, Peter 1991 Barnes, David A. 1971 Barnhart, Scott 1978 Becher, Eric R. 1987-90 Bechtel, A.R. 1938 Beckett, Milton 1943, 1948 Bell, Clyde C. 1947 Bench, Robert 1949 Benjamin, Scott D. 1971-72 Berardocco, Albert 1979-80 Berger, Ted D. 1981, 1983 Berry, James 1993-96 Bertram, A.T. 1942 Betsher, Scott A. 1981 Biedermann, Sean 2005-08 Bird, Patrick 2002-03 Blankenhorn, Brad 1994-97 Block, Michael 1987 Boardman, David 1995-98 Body, John 1979 Boeckel, Les 1968 Bogatin, P.F. 1940-41 Bohner, Steven 1999-02 Boileau, A.P. 1939-40 Bolner, Michael 1984-85 Bonner, Josh 2008-09 Bonner, Justin 2008-09 50

Borowy, Casimir M. 1949-51 Botes, Eugene 2000-03 Boyce, Nicholas J. 1989-92 Boyd, Timothy 1990-92 Bray, Mike 1986 Brennan, R.Craig 2001-02 Bright, David A. 1976-77 Bright, Matthew 2007 Bronk, Burt 1950-51 Browder, Andrew 1979-80 Brown, Allen 1986 Brown, Craig R. 1978-81 Brown, M.E. 1936 Brown, R.C. 1936-38 Brown, Jr., H.D. 1936 Brukner, John 1948-50 Bukowski, Patrick 2005-07 Bunk, K.H. 1937-39 Burkett, Dennis 1968 Burleigh, G.D. 1936-37 Bushman, Luke 2010-11 Byrne, Bruce A. 1986-89 C C Calderon, Dito 2006-09 Capparell, James 2008-11 Caraher, Joseph 1993-95 Carroll, Adam 1990-93 Carscallen, Gavin 1997-00 Caruso, Chace 2009 Carver, Quinn 1990-91 Cecatiello, Michael D. 1981-84 Chandler, Joel 1995-96 Chang, Michael 1991-94 Chase, S.P. 1942 Chen, Gilad 1994-96 Chew, Stephen D. 1975 Chong, Solomon 1998-00 Chovet, Jr., Jean 1942-43 Christy, William S. 1943-47 Cipolla, Chris 2011-present Clark, Jaffrey 2000-03 Clauss, E.R. 1941-42 Cline, Jr., J.R. 1943 Close, Lawrence L. 1975-77 Cochrane, Jon 2007-10 Comeau, Holden 1997-00 Conrad, James 1968 Conrad, John 1949 Conrad, Robert K. 1950 Cook, L.K. 1942 Cooper, Christopher 1982 Cooper, Douglas 1990-91, 1993-94 Cosgarea, Andrew J. 1979-82 Cowell, R.E. 1943 Cox, Matt 2008-10 Creager, Brent 2001-03 Cremo, John 2007 Criner, Andrew 2007 Cubbison, Andrew 1982-84 Cumming, J.L. 1936-37 Cunha, Alex 1994-96 Curry, Sean E. 1986-89 Curtis, L.R. 1940 D D Daniele, Greg 2010-11 D’Ardenne, Ray H. 1972-75 D’Ardenne, Richard 1950 Davies, James 1951 Davis, Thad 1990-93 Del Franco, Guy 1983-86 Delmanzo, D.D. 1940-41 Deveney, Alex 1968

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Devine, Christopher 1991-95 DeVries, Robert 1978-81 Dewalt, R.H. 1936-38 DeWeese, Ryan 2006-09 Diehl, Randy 1983-86 Dies, Craig 1986-89 Dieterich, L. Raymond 1947 Dmitrzak, Dale R. 1981-84 Doerr, R.W. 1944 DuBreuil, Denis L. 1972-75 Dufala, Robert J. 1971 Duffy, Lance S. 1976-79 E E Eagles, Jeffrey T. 1988-91 Ebel, Bruce 1986 Ebert, James 1982-85 Eby, Jason 1992-95 Edelman, Scott C. 1973 Edgin, Matt 2009 Egleston, Andy 1986 Eisenstat, Jeff 1968 Eiwen, George B. 1973-74 Ekstrom, Jonathan 2012-present Elbe, Louis 1948 Elicker, Craig 1978 Enright, Donald 1982-84 Erdley, Alan 2006-07 Erdos, Edward 1993 Erwin, R.M. 1941-42 Etter, Scott 1983-84 Ettore, Max 2007-10 Eyer, D.J. 1940 F F Falstich, William 1998-00 Felty, Ed 2007 Felty, Rob 2005-08 Fernandes, John 1997 Fimbianti, Dan 2007-10 Fisher, H.A. 1939 Finkler, Ofer 2004 Flanagan, Craig 1991 Folio, Dustin 2010-12 Folmsbee, Calvin 1948-50 Forshey, Jr., Fred M. 1973-74 Franssen, Bobby 2005-06 Fraser, MacGregor 1994-97 Fries, J.P. 1944 Fritts, Ralph 1949 Fruchter, J.H. 1940-42 G G Gale, Charles 1968 Garrity, Robert 1987 Gary, Jeff J. 1981 Gastaldo, Marc 2002-05 Geiger, R.A. 1936-37 Getz, Thomas 1991 Gibb, Matthew 2001 Gilbert, Abel 1944 Gindlesperger, Terry P. 1970-72 Glenn, Christopher 1995-97 Goldner, Jason 2006-09 Gomez, Jeff 2010-present Goodman, H.A. 1942-43 Gordon, Erik 2000-03 Gordon, William 1951 Gordon, William 2003 Goretzky, Thomas C. 1976 Gowen, Truxtun 1987-88 Grabowski, Christopher 2001-02 Graham, Josh 2005-06, 2008-09 Gray, Jason 1993-96 1999 BIG TEN CHAMPIONS

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Greenbaum, Norman Greene, Christopher Greene, Peter Greenfield, Bruce G. Greenwell, Joseph R. Grennan, Jamie Grier, Sean Griffith, David Gross, Louis Grossman, Robert E. Guiley, George A.

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H H Hackman, Thomas S. 1976 Hamilton, George 1951 Hammersmith, Charles G. 1973 Harari, David 2006 Harris, Jordan 2011-12 Harrison, Jeffrey 1998-01 Hart, M.M. 1936-37 Hartman, Bradley 2000-03 Hartner, Andrew 2000-02 Haug, Kyle 2001 Haupt, Matthew 2000-03 Healy, Patrick 2004-05 Helriegel III, W. 1936 Hengels, Ben 2010-12 Henning, George 1982-83 Henson, T.J. 1942 Herbst, Joseph 1980 Hernandez, Danny 1996 Herr, Craig W. 1976 Herting, Christopher 1979-80 Hess, Christopher 1998-01 Hewlett, Rob 1986 Hickman, Al 1969 Hieb, William J. 1975-78 High, David 1985 Hilk, Steve 2006 Hill, Donald D. 1988-90 Hill, Kenneth J. 1944, 1948 Hirshfield, Herbert 1943, 1947 Hodgins, Steve 1998-01 Hoelscher, Mike 1985-86 Hopkins, Benjamin T. 1974 Horak, Thomas M. 1972-75 Hostetler, Brian 1998-01 Houck, Thomas 1997-98 Hoy, L.W. 1937, 1939 Hughes, David 1948-49 Hurst, William J. 1989-91 Hyneman, G., John 1996-98 I I Iosue, Rob 2011 Ippoliti, Christopher 2004-06 Iskat, Jr., John A. 1971-73 J J Jackson, Drew 1995-98 Jackson, Jr., J.H. 1943 Jensen, Gordon L. 1972 Jeo, Richard 1987-88 Johansson, Patrik 2004-05 Johnson, R.P. 1938 Jones, R., Bradley 1986-88 Jones, Theodore 1949 Jones, Timothy 1980 Jones III, Walter A. 1972-73 Jones, Jr., Allan 1979 Juve, Jr., Walter 1943 K K Kaaki, Basil 2007-10 15 INDIVIDUAL BIG TEN CHAMPIONS

Kaiserian, Daniel 2004-07 Kaiserian, Michael 2007-10 Kaithern, R.W. 1943 Kane, Seth 1994-97 Keister, Chris 2006 Kelsey, Fred 1969 Kennedy, Richard F. 1981-84 Kent, Sean 1987 Kenyon, Robert 1951 Keune, Pierre 2011 Keyes, Bret 2001-02 Keyser, Brian K. 1975-78 Kiely, Dan 1985-86 Kimble, Bart W. 1988-91 King, Douglas R. 1977-80 Kipp, R.R. 1944 Kirk, Paul 2002 Kirkpatrick, W.S. 1939-41 Kita, Barry 1976-77 Klugo, Michael E. 1989-90 Knight, W.B. 1942 Knoll, Donald C. 1943, 1947 Kolber, Eugene 1950-51 Koontz, Donald R. 1950 Kornacki, Richard 2003-06 Kraft, David 2006-09 Kramer, Robert 1984-87 Kraus, Richie 2005 Kreisher, Bradley 1984-85 Krimmel, Robert S. 1971-73 Kudis, Brian 1968-69 Kutsenkow, Michael 1947-48 L L Landmann, Scott 1994-95 Lane, Gregory R. 1971 Langer, Kevin 1995-96 Larkins, J.L. 1937 Laskowski, Michael 1999-02 Lehman, A.W. 1937-40 Lesko, E.F. 1936 Liken, Robert 1968 Linell, Thomas 1982-85 Linnon, Scott W. 1975-77 Livezey, Thomas 1991-93 Livingston, James K. 1969-71 Loescher, William K. 1970-71 Long, Robert 1949-51 Lonsdale, Jeffrey H. 1974 Lotz, John S. 1972 Louder, James 1968 Lucidi, Albert 1951 Lupinski, Eugene 1991-94 Lupinski, Paul 1996-97 Lutz, John 2002 Lynch, Victor 1949-50 M M MacDonald, Conor 2000-03 Maglich, Spencer 2006-08 Mahoney III, John 1983-86 Manning, Ronald 1968 Marchinski, Alex 2010-present Marcus, S.L. 1940 Marino, Scott 2009-12 Marlin, Barry 1982-85 Marlin, Robert 1987-88 Marlin, William 1985-87 Marsh, Joseph 1990-91 Martens, Justin 1996-97 Martin, J.F. 1944 Martin, Sean 2000-01 Martin, Thomas 1977-78 Martin, William J. 1981, 1983

Mastrantuono, David A. 1980-83 Matheson, Brent 1986-89 Matz, William M. 1986-89 Maurone, Richard J. 1974-77 McCarty, C.J. 1941 McConnell, David 1986-87 McConnell, William A. 1973-76 McCurley, Brett 1994-97 McFadden, Patrick 1977-80 McGrory, John 1948-50 McKee, Kevin M. 1979-81 McKeehen, John D. 1988-89 McKenna, Brian 1998-01 McLain, Nick 2009-10 McLaughlin, G.R. 1938-40 McLin, Shawn 2003-06 McNamara, Robert 1978 Mechling, R.S. 1938 Medei, Stephen 1996-99 Meeker, Rodney 1986-87 Mehnert, Erich C. 1968-70 Mershon, Thomas 2011-present Metzger, William A. 1972-75 Meyer, Edward 1944 Meyer, Philip A. 1989-92 Meyer, Robert 1947-48 Miklus, Michael B. 1986-89 Milan, J.B. 1944 Miller, A.P. 1944 Miller, D.M. 1943 Miller, J. Steven 1969-71 Miller, J.L. 1942 Minnier, Todd 2001-04 Miranda, Kyle 2005-08 Mitchell, George M. 1947 Molettiere, Robert 1999-02 Monyok, Paul 1997-00 Morrical, Stephen C. 1973-76 Moser, William 1968-69 Moss, Carl 1997 Moss, John 1988-91 Muller, Brian 1979-80 Munhall, Walter 1949 Murray, Dennis P. 1973 Murray, Michael 1982 Musselman, R.P. 1943 Myers, Josh 2006-07 Myers, Matthew 1991-94 N N Nelson, Harry S. 1950 Nelson, Wayde D. 1980-81 Newbury, D.S. 1938, 1940 Nixon, Randolph 1986-89 Nocket, M.E. 1942 Noel, Michael L. 1974-77 Northrop, Daryl 2002-05 O O O’Brien, Timothy J. 1972 O’Shea, Brian J. 1976-79 Oates, Robert 1994 Okoniewski, Daniel 1996-99 Oleyar, John E. 1968-70 Oliver, W.E. 1938 P P Palmé, Brian 1994-97 Parfitt, M. Kevin 1971 Parks, J.R. 1936, 1938 Pearson, Jeff 1968 Peck, Donald 1948 Peresan, Joseph 1998-01 Pfarrer, Brian 1994-96

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Q Q Quigley, Braedan 1997-00 Quirk, Colin 2007-10 R R Rabinek, Richard 2006-07 Rafferty, Daniel 1982-85 Rafferty, David J. 1986-89 Rafferty, John 1991 Ratcliff, Kurt 2012 Rea , Donald 1968 Reasman, James 1948 Reed, Nathan 2012-present Reich, Robert 1969 Reimer, George 1994-96 Reissman, Thomas L. 1940-42 Reitz, Jonathan W. 1977-78 Renzoni, Michael 1992 Replogle, Michael J. 1988-89 Retrum, John 1999-01 Reydams, Vincent 2006-09 Richardson, Michael 1977 Richardson, Robert 1951 Rickert, Ronald 1969 Riding, R.M. 1944 Rielly, W.E. 1939 Riggs, Eric A. 1976 Rightley, James J. 1973-75 Risley, Graham 2010-11 Robinson, T.J. 1939, 1941 Rode, Stephen W. 1976-78, 1980 Ross, Gerald 1982-84 Ross, Richard 1997-98 Roth, Brad 2000-06 Roth, Gregory 1982-85 Roth, Scott F. 1975-77 Rubinstein, Hal M. 1975 Ruth, Robert W. 1974 Ryan, Ben 2007-10 Rybicki, Kevin 2007-08 S S Salig, Matt 2011-present Sanderson, Brent 2009-12 Sartz, R.S. 1941 Savoy, Nate 2012-present Sawin, Curt 1992-93 Scanlan, John 1999-02 Schaper, D.C. 1940 Schenkel, T.J. 2012-present Scherer, Mitch 2009-12 Schierhorn, Martin 1999-02 Schildmacher, William 1948-50 Schirk, Patrick 2006-09 Schmidt, William E. 1970-72 Schrader, Greg 1988 Schuckers, Lane R. 1972-75 Scoggin, Samuel 1980, 1982-84 Scovazzo, Vincent A. 1975 Sellers, Cloyd D. 1968, 1970 Semels, Ryan 2000 Semle, Brad E. 1987-90 52

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