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HEAD COACH HAWKE Auburn sprinters overall were very impressive at the 2007 NCAAs with 13 swimmers advancing to finals. In the men’s 50 free, Auburn took the top two spots with Cielo taking the title and Targett right behind him. Scott Goodrich and Bryan Lundquist also made the championship final. In the women’s 50 free, it was Kara Denby leading the team in eighth. In the 100 free, Cielo picked up another NCAA Championship with a time of 41.17 and Targett followed in sixth place. In the women’s 100 free, it was Denby again leading the team in fourth place, followed by Emily Kukors in fifth. During his time in Auburn, Hawke captured nine NCAA titles to go along with seven SEC crowns. In 1997, Hawke became part of Auburn history as he was a member of the first NCAA Championship team. At the 1997 NCAA meet, Hawke won four titles, including one as part of the 200 medley relay team that set a new U.S. Open and NCAA record. At the same meet, Hawke claimed Auburn’s second ever 50m free title. He duplicated the relay performance the following year with the medley relay team that took the crown in a NCAA meet, NCAA and U.S. Open record time. In 1999, Hawke helped lead the Tigers to their second NCAA team title en route to capturing four titles of his own at the meet. During his three years as a student-athlete, Hawke was also part of three SEC team championships. A two-time Olympian, Hawke finished sixth in the 50m free in Athens. Hawke has three Commonwealth Games medals in his collection, including silver in the 50m free from 2002. Adding to his long list of international experience, in 2001 and 2003, Hawke was a World Championship finalist in the 50m free and at the 2002 Pan Pacific Championships, Hawke won bronze in the 50m free. A five-time Australian champion, Hawke is the former Australian record holder in the 50m free with a time of 22.07 that he set at the 2004 Olympic Games in the semifinal round. Hawke is married to the former Trudi James and the couple have four children: Kirra (12), Kobe (8) and twins Yasmin and Lily (2). James was a member of the Auburn University soccer team from 1994-97. Hawke earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology in the summer of 2010.

Individual Champions Coached Cesar Cielo Olympic Gold ....................................... 50 free - 2008 Olympic Bronze .................................100 free - 2008 World Champion ................................ 50 free - 2009 ...........................................................100 free - 2009 NCAA Champion..................... 50 free - 2007, 2008 ................................................100 free - 2007, 2008 SEC Champion ............. 50 free - 2006, 2007, 2008 ....................................100 free - 2006, 2007, 2008 Micah Lawrence SEC Champion .............................. 100 breast - 2010 Gideon Louw SEC Champion ..................................... 50 free - 2010 ............................................................100 free - 2010 Adam Klein SEC Champion .............................. 100 breast - 2010 Kohlton Norys NCAA Champion............................. 100 back - 2009 Matt Targett SEC Champion ..................................... 50 free - 2009 ............................................................100 free - 2009 ...............................................................100 fly - 2009 Pascal Wollach SEC Champion ..................... 100 back - 2009, 2010 Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace SEC Champion ...................................100 free - 2010 ...............................................................100 fly - 2010

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The Brett Hawke File Collegiate Coaching Career Auburn Men’s and Women’s Head Coach .......... Second Year Auburn Men’s and Women’s Assistant Coach...... 2006-2009 Collegiate Coaching Honors NCAA Coach of the Year ..........................................................2009 International Coaching Career Olympics Brazil Assistant Coach ............................................ Beijing - 2008 World Championships Brazil Assistant Coach ....................................Rome, Italy - 2009 College Swimming Career • A 17-time All-American at Auburn University from 199799 • Winner of nine NCAA Individual Titles and seven SEC Individual Titles • Member of Auburn’s first NCAA Championship-winning team International Swimming Career • A two-time Olympian with the Australian national team • Held the Australian record in the 50m freestyle (22.07)

Olympic Medalists

World Championship Swimmers

NCAA Champions

SEC Champions

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2010-11 Auburn Swimming & Diving Guide  

2010-11 Auburn Swimming & Diving Guide

2010-11 Auburn Swimming & Diving Guide  

2010-11 Auburn Swimming & Diving Guide

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