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SENIOR EIGHT-TIME BIG EAST CHAMPION 15-TIME ALL-BIG EAST HONOREE 2011 NCAA QUALIFIER

JENNY CHIANG

SENIOR THREE-TIME BIG EAST CHAMPION FIVE-TIME ALL-BIG EAST HONOREE 2012 NCAA QUALIFIER

Notre Dame Women’s Swimming and Diving 2012-2013 Schedule

Date

Oct. 12 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 10 Nov. 16-18 Nov. 30-Dec. 2 Jan. 11-12 Jan. 19 Jan. 25-26 Feb. 9 Feb. 27-March 2 March 21-23 BOLD = Home Event All Times Eastern

Opponent/Meet

Dennis Stark Relays Auburn Purdue Pittsburgh Louisville Kansas Women’s Classic Ohio State December Invitational Michigan / Northwestern Indiana Shamrock Invitational Toledo BIG EAST Championships NCAA Championships

Location

Notre Dame, Ind. Auburn, Ala. Notre Dame, Ind. Notre Dame, Ind. Notre Dame, Ind. Topeka, Kan. Columbus, Ohio Notre Dame, Ind. Bloomington, Ind. Notre Dame, Ind. Toledo, Ohio Indianapolis, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind.

Time

5 p.m. 5 p.m. 5 p.m. 5 p.m. 1 p.m. All Day All Day TBA 10 a.m. All Day 3 p.m. All Day All Day

2012-13 Notre damE woMEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING

KIM HOLDEN

EMMA REANEY • SOPHOMORE

FOUR-TIME BIG EAST CHAMPION • SEVEN-TIME ALL-BIG EAST HONOREE • THREE-TIME HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICAN

KELLY RYAN • JUNIOR

EIGHT-TIME BIG EAST CHAMPION • 13-TIME ALL-BIG EAST HONOREE • 2012 NCAA ALL-AMERICAN


Table of Contents INTRO

2011-12 SEASON IN REVIEW

Media Information

Quick Facts...............................................................2

Season In Review............................................30-31 Top Performances...........................................32-34 Graduated Seniors..........................................35-36

The Notre Dame Media Relations Office is always interested in assisting members of the media in their coverage of Irish women’s swimming and diving. Publicity and media information for Notre Dame women’s swimming and diving is handled by media relations assistant Russell Dorn. Photographs, feature ideas and results are always available from the Media Relations Office. For women’s swimming and diving information and interviews, please contact Dorn by phone (574.631.4780), e-mail (rdorn@ nd.edu), or view the official website of the Notre Dame athletic department at UND.com. All interviews with coaches and student-athletes should be arranged through the Media Relations Office.

SEASON PREVIEW 2012-13 Season Preview....................................4-5 Irish Roster...............................................................6 STUDENT-ATHLETES Seniors.................................................................7-9 Juniors..............................................................10-15 Sophomores....................................................16-18 Freshmen.........................................................18-22 COACHing staff Head Coach Brian Barnes......................................25 Diving Coach Caiming Xie.....................................26 Assistant Coaches / Support Staff..................27-28

HISTORY & RECORDS All-Time Results....................................................38 Notre Dame Records.............................................39 NCAA All-Americans.......................................40-41 NCAA Championships.....................................42-43 BIG EAST Championships...............................44-47 All-Time Top Performances.............................48-51 Meet Records...................................................52-53 Irish Honors.....................................................54-55 National & International Competition.................56 Academic Excellence.............................................57 All-Time Roster................................................58-61 Year-By-Year Results.......................................62-66 Chronology of Records....................................67-69 Rolfs Aquatic Center..............................................70 The BIG EAST Conference......................................71

BIG EAST Web Information The BIG EAST Conference maintains its presence on the World Wide Web at BIGEAST.org. The site contains current information on all facets of the BIG EAST Conference. Please contact Michael O’Brien in the BIG EAST media relations department (mobrien@bigeast.org) for more information on BIG EAST swimming and diving. Credits The Notre Dame Women’s Swimming and Diving Guide was written, compiled and edited by Russell Dorn with additional contributions from Assistant Athletics Director / Media Relations Director Bernadette Cafarelli, media relations intern Lizzie Mikes and media relations student workers Chris Mertens and Andrew Bartolini. Graphic design and page layout by Cathy Scholz, C Graphics. Inside and outside cover design by Cathy Scholz, C Graphics. Photography by Mike Bennett and Lighthouse Imaging, Matt Cashore, Heather Gollatz, Marcus Snowden, the BIG EAST Conference, Angela Addington, Linda Dunn, Bo Rottenborn and many unnamed photographers of the past.

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Quick Facts University Facts

Team Information

Location..............................................................................Notre Dame, Ind. 46556 Founded............................................................................................................1842 Enrollment..................................................8,372 (undergraduate) / 11,816 (total) Nickname.............................................................................................Fighting Irish Colors...................................................................................................Gold and Blue School Fight Song...........................................................Notre Dame Victory March Conference..................................................................................................BIG EAST Facility..............................................................................Rolfs Aquatic Center (500) President............................................................................Rev. John I. Jenkins C.S.C Provost.......................................................................................... Thomas G. Burish Executive Vice President.............................................................John Affleck-Graves NCAA Faculty Representative...............................................................Patricia Bellia

Overall dual meet record (2010-11)......................................................... 6-6 (.500) NCAA Championships finish...............................................................22nd (30 pts.) NCAA Championships participants – 3 Jenny Chiang........................................................................... 1M Dive, 3M Dive Emma Reaney.................................................... 100 Breast, 200 Breast, 200 IM Kelly Ryan.............................................................100 Free, 100 Back, 200 Back All-American Kelly Ryan...........................................................................................200 Back (7th) Honorable Mention All-American Emma Reaney...........................100 Breast (11th), 200 Breast (14th), 200 IM (9th) BIG EAST Championships finish.......................................................2nd (593.5 pts.) BIG EAST Championships events won......................................................................7 3-meter Diving (320.90)................................................................Jenny Chiang 100 Back (52.99)...............................................................................Kim Holden 200 IM (1:56.42)..........................................................................Emma Reaney 100 Breast (59.85).......................................................................Emma Reaney 100 Free (49.83)..................................................................................Kelly Ryan 200 Back (1:55.56)..............................................................................Kelly Ryan 400 Medley Relay (3:36.28).........................................................Emma Reaney ..........................................................................................................Kim Holden ............................................................................................................Kelly Ryan ...................................................................................................Amy Prestinario 400 Free Relay (3:18.93)..............................................................Emma Reaney ............................................................................................................Kelly Ryan ...................................................................................................Amy Prestinario .................................................................................................. Suzanne Bessire BIG EAST All-Conference accolades..................................................................33 University records broken.........................................................................................3 200 Back..............................................................................Kelly Ryan (1:53.67) 200 IM.......................................................................... Emma Reaney (1:55.67) 400 Free Relay.....................................................................Kelly Ryan (3:18.93) Amy Prestinario Suzanne Bessire Emma Reaney Monogram winners returning / lost................................................................19 / 3 Newcomers..............................................................................................................7

Athletics Department Director of Athletics............................................................................Jack Swarbrick Sport Administrator...............................................................Jennifer Vining-Smith E-mail...........................................................Jennifer.L.Vining-Smith.1@nd.edu Phone...........................................................................................574-631-3248 Coaching Staff Head Coach..................................................................... Brian Barnes (Indiana ’95) Record........................................................................19-21 (.475) / 5th Season E-mail.......................................................................................bbarnes@nd.edu Office.............................................................................................574.631.8455 Assistant Coach...................................................Kate Kovenock (Conn. College ’05) E-mail.....................................................................................kkovenoc@nd.edu Office.............................................................................................574.631.8359 Diving Coach..............................................Caiming Xie (Beijing Institute of P.E. ’85) E-mail............................................................................................xie.2@nd.edu Office............................................................................................ 574.631.7020 Volunteer Assistant Coach..................................................Josh Skube (Indiana ’98) Senior Manager..................................................Chris Samuelson (Notre Dame ’13) Staff Assistant.........................................................................................Dawn Mays E-mail.......................................................................................dmays1@nd.edu Office............................................................................................ 574.631.8090 Media Relations Address............................................................................................112 Joyce Center Notre Dame, Ind. 46556-5678 Office.............................................................................................574.631.7516 Senior Associate AD / Media Relations..................................................John Heisler Assistant AD / Media Relations Director................................... Bernadette Cafarelli Media Relations Assistant / WSD Contact..............................................Russell Dorn E-mail...........................................................................................rdorn@nd.edu Office............................................................................................ 574.631.4780 Cell............................................................................................... 574.340.2851 Fax................................................................................................ 574.631.7941 Web site............................................................................................www.UND.com Twitter..........................................................................................@NDWSwimming Facebook......................................................Facebook.com/NDWSwimmingDiving

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Program Information First season........................................................................ 1981 (28th season) Overall dual meet record...........................................................256-115 (.690) Conference titles...........................................................................................25 BIG EAST Championships titles.................................................14 (1996-2010) BIG EAST Championships events won..........................................................128 BIG EAST Swimming Coach of the Year awards..............................................10 BIG EAST Diving Coach of the Year awards.......................................................6 BIG EAST Most Outstanding Swimmer awards................................................4 BIG EAST Most Outstanding Diver awards.......................................................4

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Senior Jenny Chiang has won three consecutive BIG EAST 3M-dive titles and is looking to close out her career with a fourth straight title in February.


2012-13 Season Preview The University of Notre Dame women’s swimming and diving program has big expectations for the 2012-13 season after finishing 22nd at last season’s NCAA Championships as three student-athletes participated and brought home an AllAmerica certificate and three honorable mention All-America scrolls. Returning for the Irish are 15 studentathletes that competed at least season’s BIG EAST Championships, including nine that won a combined 27 all-BIG EAST citations and seven individual and relay titles. Highlighting the returnees are swimmers Kim Holden, Kelly Ryan and Emma Reaney and diver Jenny Chiang. Holden, who spent much of last season rehabbing from double shoulder surgery, managed to return in time to win four all-BIG EAST scrolls and a title with the 400 medley relay team. The tri-captain went to the 2011 NCAA Championships as a sophomore. Ryan won two individual titles (100 free and 200 back) and two relay titles (400 free and medley relay) at the BIG EAST Championships on her way to seven all-BIG EAST certificates. The tri-captain did herself one better at the NCAA Championships, as she finished seventh in the 200 back to earn All-America honors for the first time. Reaney turned in a splendid freshman campaign that saw her break the school record in the 200 IM, win two individual events (200 IM and 100 breast) and two relays (400 free and medley relays). She earned seven all-BIG EAST scrolls at the conference meet and three honorable mention All-America certificates (100 and

200 breast, 200 IM) at the NCAA Championships. Chiang has won three consecutive BIG EAST titles in the 3-meter dive and looks to complete the career sweep in February. The Fairport, N.Y., native also is an accomplished 1-meter diver, earning all-BIG EAST accolades just a season ago. Chiang later went on to the NCAA Championships, finishing 17th in the 1-meter discipline, which was one spot out of All-America position. During the summer, Holden, Ryan, Reaney, Bridget Casey, Christen McDonough and Lauren Stauder all competed at the U.S. Olympic Trials, with Reaney advancing to the semifinals in the 200 IM after finishing ninth in the opening round. Freshman swimmers Genevieve Bradford, Catherine Galletti, Sydney Golic, Anna Grainger and Genevieve Heidkamp and divers Emma Gaboury and Lindsey Streepey all look to add depth throughout the roster for the Irish.

DIVING Head diving coach Caiming Xie returns plenty of talent in the diving events this season highlighted by Chiang and sophomore Allison Casareto. Chiang is a threetime BIG EAST champion and a five-time all-BIG EAST honoree, while Casareto turned in an impressive freshman campaign that was highlighted by a second place effort in the 1-meter discipline before she took seventh in the 3-meter dive. Senior Kimmie Lisiak and sophomore Molly Geraghty should see plenty of opportunities throughout the year as well.

FREESTYLE Ryan and sophomore Suzanne Bessire headline the freestyle group. Last year Ryan won the 100 free for the second consecutive year at the BIG EAST Championships, while Bessire earned all-BIG EAST accolades in the 400 and 800 free relays and the 200 free. She also took fifth in the 100 free. Also looking to help out the squad in the sprint free events is sophomore Hannah Bowen, who swam a leg of the 200 free relay that finished second, while also finishing ninth in the 50 free and 16th in the 100 free. In the longer distances sophomores Casey and Erin Foley and senior Jaime Malandra will compete in the 500, 1,000 and 1,650 events.

BACKSTROKE The Irish have two of the top back specialists in the conference in Holden and Ryan. Holden won the 100 and 200 back during both her freshman and sophomore years, and finished third in the 100 back and eighth in the 200 back last season. She has also swum the back leg on numerous conference championship teams. Ryan meanwhile won the 200 back last year at the BIG EAST Championships before earning All-America honors in the event at the NCAA Championships. During the summer the pair turned in world-ranked times in the back at the U.S. Open in August.

Senior Lauren Scott is an Irish captain for the second year in a row. Last year Scott earned all-BIG EAST honors in the 200 free relay as the team finished second.

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BREASTSTROKE Leading the charge for the breaststroke group is Reaney, who won the 100 breast and finished second in the 200 breast at the BIG EAST Championships before earning honorable mention All-America honors in both events. Also adding to the depth in the event are McDonough and Stauder, who are looking to build on their experience at the U.S. Olympic Trials. Last year McDonough took ninth in both events at the BIG EAST Championships, while Stauder took 10th in the 200 breast and 13th in the 100 breast.

FLY The Irish have a lot of quality depth in the fly events, led by Holden and Casey. Holden finished third in the 100 fly last season at the conference meet, while Casey took fourth in the 200 fly. Junior Sarah Dotzel joins the pair as an experienced fly performer, as she finished fifth in the 100 last season at the BIG EAST Championships. Looking to add to the depth of the event for Notre Dame are sophomores Melissa Scott and Courtney Whyte.

Individual Medley The IM is in good hands with Reaney, who won the 200 at the conference meet last year before earning honorable mention All-America honors. The school record holder in the event is also an accomplished 400 IM performer. Looking to assist Reaney in the event will be M. Scott and senior Gracie Fredlake, who has the versatility to swim the IM or distance freestyle events.

RELAY EVENTS The relays should remain strong for the Irish despite losing all-BIG EAST standout Amy Prestinario to graduation. Both the 400 medley and 400 free relay teams that won conference championships return three swimmers as do the 200 free and medley and 800 free relay teams that earned all-BIG EAST accolades. Holden swam on the 200 and 400 medley relay teams, while Reaney swam on the 400 medley and 400 free relays. Ryan was on the 200 and 800 free and 400 medley

Senior tri-captain Kim Holden returns for her final Irish campaign looking for her second NCAA Championships appearance and to improve upon her eight BIG EAST titles and 15 all-BIG EAST awards.

relays. Other returnees in the relays include senior tri-captain Lauren Scott (200 free), Dotzel (200 medley), Bessire (400 and 800 free) and Bowen (200 free).

SCHEDULE The Irish have six home meets and have road dual meets against perennial powers Auburn and Indiana to help them get ready for the BIG EAST and NCAA Championships. Brian Barnes, who is entering his fifth season at the helm of the program, has high hopes for this years team and put a challenging schedule forth to help the squad reach its goals. “It’s a very busy and challenging schedule for us,” said Barnes. “We have determined that competing regularly really helps us perform better at the big meets. We are going to see some incredibly tough competition throughout the season, especially at Auburn and with the Kansas Women’s Classic and the Ohio State December Invitational. We look forward to using last season and the Olympic Trials as a building block to accomplish our goals this year.” The Irish, who are coming off a 22nd place finish at the 2012 NCAA Championships, open the season with the 48th annual Dennis Stark Relays on Friday, Oct. 12 at Rolfs Aquatic Center. The relays are named for former legendary Irish men’s and women’s head coach Dennis Stark. Formerly the Notre Dame Relays, the meet was officially renamed the Dennis Stark Relays in 2003.

After a trip to Auburn, Ala., on Oct. 26 for a dual meet with the Tigers, who finished tied for seventh at this past season’s NCAA Championships, the Irish return home for a trio of dual meets. On Nov. 2, the Irish welcome Purdue to Rolfs for a 5 p.m. dual meet. The next week Notre Dame plays host to a pair of BIG EAST dual meets as Pittsburgh (Nov. 9) and Louisville (Nov. 10) invade Rolfs. Following the clash with the Cardinals, Notre Dame travels to two elite multi-team meets in the Kansas Women’s Classic from Nov. 16-18, and the Ohio State December Invitational from Nov. 30-Dec. 2. In Topeka, Kan., the Irish will meet Arkansas, Iowa State, Nebraska and Kansas, while in Columbus, Ohio, Notre Dame will swim against Florida, Indiana, North Carolina and Wisconsin. Coming out of the holiday break, the Irish welcome Michigan and Northwestern to Rolfs for a two-day meet from Jan. 1112, before heading to Indiana for a dual with the Hoosiers on Jan. 19. The annual Shamrock Invitational is scheduled for Jan. 25-26, while the Irish will end the regular season at Toledo on Feb. 9. Indianapolis, Ind., will be a familiar end of the season spot for the Irish this season, as both the BIG EAST and NCAA meets will be held at the IU Natatorium in Indiana’s capital city. The BIG EAST meet will be held from Feb. 27-March 2, with the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships slated for March 21-23.

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Irish Roster Name Event(s) Suzanne Bessire Free Free Hannah Bowen Genevieve Bradford Breast Allison Casareto Diving Bridget Casey Free/Fly Jennifer Chiang Diving Sarah Dotzel Fly Free Erin Foley Gracie Fredlake Free/IM Emma Gaboury Diving Catherine Galletti Back / Fly / Free Molly Geraghty Diving Back / Breast Sydney Golic Anna Grainger Back Genevieve Heidkamp Fly Kim Holden (Tri-captain) Back/Fly Kimmie Lisiak Diving Jaime Malandra Free Mikelle Masciantonio Free/Back/IM Christen McDonough Breast Emma Reaney Breast/IM Kelly Ryan (Tri-captain) Back/Free Lauren Scott (Tri-captain) Free/Fly Melissa Scott Fly/IM Lauren Stauder Breast Lindsey Streepey Diving Courtney Whyte Fly

HT 5-5 6-2 5-11 5-5 5-3 5-8 5-4 5-8 5-9 5-5 5-7 5-3 5-9 5-6 5-10 5-7 5-1 5-5 6-0 5-5 5-10 6-0 5-7 5-7 5-5 5-4 5-6

Yr. SO SO FR SO SO SR JR SO SR FR FR SO FR FR FR SR SR SR JR JR SO JR SR SO JR FR SO

Hometown/High School Orlando, FL / Lake Highland Prep Lake Elmo, MN / Stillwater Irvine, CA / Woodbridge La Habra Heights, CA / Troy Lower Gwynedd, PA / Germantown Academy Fairport, NY / Fairport York, PA / York Catholic Foxboro, MA / Bishop Feehan Tampa, FL / Tampa Prep Bloomfield Hills, MI / Marian Oviedo, FL / Trinity Prep Dunlap, IL / Peoria Notre Dame Avon, CT / Northwest Catholic Nashville, TN / Ensworth Hinsdale, IL / Hinsdale Central Mount Kisco, NY / Fox Lane Danville, CA / Carondelet Allentown, PA / Parkland Emmaus, PA / Emmaus Charlotte, NC / Charlotte Catholic Lawrence, KS / Lawrence Hinsdale, IL / Fenwick Fayetteville, GA / Starr’s Mill Rochester Hills, MI / Rochester Adams Carmel, IN / Carmel Dallas, TX / Highland Park Lafayette, CA / Campolindo

Head Coach: Brian Barnes (5th Season / Indiana ’95) Assistant Coach: Caiming Xie (18th Season / Beijing Institute of Physical Education ’85) Assistant Coach: Kate Kovenock (4th Season / Connecticut College ’05) Volunteer Assistant Coach: Josh Skube (13th Season / Ball State ’98) Senior Manager: Chris Samuelson (Notre Dame ’13)

Front Row (L-R): Emma Gaboury, Lindsey Streepey, Kimmie Lisiak, Bridget Casey, Sarah Dotzel, Christen McDonough, Melissa Scott. Second Row (L-R): Sydney Golic, Allison Casareto, Courtney Whyte, Molly Geraghty, Anna Grainger, Suzanne Bessire, Catherine Galletti, Senior Manager Chris Samuelson. Third Row (L-R): Head Coach Brian Barnes, Head Diving Coach Caiming Xie, Genevieve Heidkamp, Hannah Bowen, Gracie Fredlake, Lauren Scott, Kelly Ryan, Mikelle Masciantonio, Volunteer Assistant Coach Josh Skube, Assistant Coach Kate Kovenock. Back Row (L-R): Genevieve Bradford, Erin Foley, Jenny Chiang, Emma Reaney, Kim Holden, Jaimie Malandra, Lauren Stauder.

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Kelly Ryan returns for her junior campaign after earning All-America honors in the 200 back at the 2012 NCAA Championships by finishing seventh in 1:54.16.

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Student-Athletes JENNY CHIANG Senior • 5-8 Diving Fairport, N.Y. Fairport AS A JUNIOR: Capped off a sterling season with a 17th place finish (289.50) at the NCAA Championship meet in the 1-meter dive, just missing out on All-America honors by one spot … also qualified in the 3-meter dive … became the first diver since 2009 to compete for the Irish on the ultimate collegiate stage … won the 3-meter dive (313.10) at the BIG EAST Championships for the third year in the row, becoming only the second diver in Irish history (Meghan PerryEaton) to achieve such a feat … also earned All-BIG EAST accolades in the 1-meter dive (280.80), securing third place … turned in the meet of her life on the brightest dual meet stage against Auburn, posting career bests in both the 1-meter (313.28) and 3-meter (348.53) dives, placing first in both … took home the gold in a tri-meet against Michigan and Northwestern in the 1-meter dive (313.05) … earned top honors in the 3-meter dive (342.83) in a dual meet against Michigan State … won the 1-meter dive (308.80) in a tri-meet against TCU and Oakland … earned a Monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE: Specialized in the one and 3-meter dives ... won the BIG EAST 3-meter dive for second year in a row with a score of 337.40, which set a new BIG EAST meet record ... also earned All-BIG EAST accolades in the 1-meter dive (301.60), finishing second ... competed in the 1 and 3-meter dives at the NCAA Zone Diving Championships ... finished 12th in the 3-meter (578.85) and 14th in the 1-meter (532.85) ... won the 3-meter dive (307.55) and placed second in the 1-meter dive (291.80) at the Shamrock Invitational ... won the 1-meter (290.10) and 3-meter (316.73) dives in a dual meet against Utah ... won the 1-meter dive (297.75) in a dual meet versus Ball State ... placed sixth in the 1-meter dive (266.10) and fourth in the 3-meter dive

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(291.80) at the Hawkeye Invitational ... earned a Monogram. AS A FRESHMAN: Claimed her first BIG EAST title with a gold medal off the 3-meter spring board at the league meet ... her performance of 313.35 points was her second best performance on the year ... also topped out at the 1-meter height at the league meet with a score of 280.85 ... the 1-meter finals performance was over 25 points better than her preliminary session while the 3-meter finals total was greater than 50 points higher than the preliminary session ... top 3-meter performance was recorded at the Hoosierland Invitational with a total of 335.55 points, which was good for a third place finish ... claimed three top three finishes on the dual meet season, two of which were at the 3-meter height ... dove to a ninth place finish at the NCAA Zone Championships … earned a Monogram.

CHIANG’S CAREER BESTS 1-meter (6 dives) 3- meter (6 dives)

312.28 (Auburn 2011) 348.53 (Auburn 2011)

THE CHIANG FILE: Four-year letterwinner at Fairport (N.Y.) under head coach Dave Saimon ... four- time conference champion ... team captain during senior season ... earned All-America honors in each of her four varsity seasons ... set school, area and New York’s Section 5 record for six and 11 dives (1-meter) ... placed fifth on the 1-meter at Junior Nationals ... member of National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society ... daughter of Alice and Joe Chiang ... born in Rochester, N.Y. ... has one sister, Tiffany ... enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a finance major.

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GRACIE FREDLAKE Senior • 5-9 Free / IM Tampa, Fla. Tampa Prep AS A JUNIOR: Valuable freestyle contributor who branched out to backstroke and individual medley as well … swam in the 500 free in 4:51.88, the fastest time for the Irish all season, the 200 back (2:01.40), and posted a career best time in the 400 individual medley (4:19.19) at the BIG EAST Championships … also logged a personal best in the 200 backstroke (1:59.88) at the Ohio State Invitational … helped the 400 medley relay take top honors against Michigan State … swam to a second place finish in the 200 back (2:02.57) against Purdue … posted a strong time in the 500 free (4:52.89) at the Ohio State Invitational … recorded a third place finish in the 400 individual medley against Michigan and Northwestern … earned a Monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE: Specialized in the freestyle stroke, competing at a variety of distances ... swam in the 200, 500 and 1,650

KIM HOLDEN Senior • 5-7 • Tri-Captain Back / Fly Mount Kisco, N.Y. Fox Lane AS A JUNIOR: Backstroke and butterfly specialist for the Irish … spent the first half of the season recovering from shoulder surgery, returned in time for the Shamrock Invitational and BIG EAST Championships … grabbed NCAA B-cuts in all of her swims at

free and 800 free relay at the BIG EAST Championships ... best 200 (1:52.02) came in a meet versus LSU and Auburn ... swam 4:58.19 in the 500 free at the BIG EAST Championships for a season best ... swam final leg in the 800 free relay as Irish finished fourth in a season-best 7:19.79 ... best 1,000 freestyle (10:16.63) came in a dual meet versus Michigan State in picking up the win ... also earned victory against the Spartans in the 500 free (5:02.22) ... claimed second in the 500 free (4:59.30) in a meet versus LSU and Auburn ... won the 1,000 free (10:15.51) and placed second in the 500 free (5:00.06) in a dual meet versus Utah ... claimed second in the 200 free (1:52.45) in a dual meet versus Purdue ... placed third in the 1,000 free (10:16.95) in a meet versus Michigan and Northwestern ... won the 1,000 free (10:24.73) in a dual meet versus Ball State ... also competed in the 200 and 400 individual medleys at the Shamrock Invitational ... earned a Monogram. AS A FRESHMAN: Established herself as the top distance freestyler for the Irish in her initial season ... held the top team times on the season in the 500, 1,000 and 1,650 free events ... set three personal-best times at the BIG EAST Championships ... performances included times of 4:49.82 in the 500 free (4th), 16:42.89 in the 1,650 free (4th) and 1:49.74 in the 200 free (6th) ... her performance in the 500 free was an NCAA B-cut time ... set an additional top time on the season in the 200 back at the Shamrock Invitational with a time of 2:06.43 ... paced the BIG EAST Championships … took third in the 100 back (54.41) and the 100 fly in 54.41, the fastest Irish time of the season … posted a season-best time in the 200 back in prelims (1:58.92) … swam butterfly on the 400 medley relay that not only took the gold in an NCAA B-cut time at the BIG EAST Championships but also set the new pool record for the Trees Pool … helped the 200 medley relay take third at the same meet … placed second in the 100 back (56.36) at the Shamrock Invitational … was honored with the Notre Dame Club of St. Joseph Valley Rockne Student Athlete Award for her accomplishments in the classroom … was a 2011-12 Rosenthal Leadership Academy participant … swam at the U.S. Olympic Trials in the 100 fly and the 100 and 200 back … finished 45th in the 200 back 47th in the 100 back and T-76th in the 200 fly at the long

FREDLAKE’S CAREER BESTS 100 free 200 free 500 free 1,000 free 1,650 free 200 back 200 IM 400 IM

53.73 (Louisville 2010) 1:49.74 (BIG EAST 2010) 4:49.82 (BIG EAST 2010) 10:08.03 (Louisville 2010) 16:42.89 (BIG EAST 2010) 1:59.88 (Ohio State Invitational, 2011) 2:07.85 (Shamrock Invitational, 2011) 4:30.99 (Shamrock Invitational, 2011)

herself to a time of 10:08.03 in the 1,000 free against Louisville for her top time on the season ... touched the pad in a time of 4:27.36 in the 400 IM at the Hoosierland Invitational for a personal-best time ... claimed five of the top 10 500 free team times on the season for the Irish … earned a Monogram. THE FREDLAKE FILE: Swam four years at Tampa Preparatory (Fla.) and earned four varsity letters ... garnered All-America recognition in each of her four years in the 500 free, 200 free and 200 IM ... holds six school records ... four-time conference champion ... three- time regional champion ... two-time team captain and three-time MVP ... fourtime all- conference, all-city and all- state performer ... actively involved in school’s National Honor Society and French Honor Society ... daughter of Laurel and James Fredlake ... has one sister, Hannah ... third member of her extended family to attend Notre Dame ... enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a marketing major.

HOLDEN’S CAREER BESTS 50 back 100 back 200 back 100 fly

25.21 (BIG EAST, 2011) 52.99 (BIG EAST, 2011. BIG EAST meet record, Notre Dame school record) 1:55.18 (BIG EAST, 2011) 53.83 (BIG EAST, 2011)

course meet … also swam at the U.S. Open in August 2012, finishing 19th in the 200 back finals, 11th in the 100 fly finals and 17th in the 10 back finals at the long course meet … earned a Monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE: Specialized in the 50, 100 and 200 backstrokes and the 100 butterfly ... participated at the NCAA Championships ... saved best performances for BIG EAST Championships, swimming season bests in all four events and winning BIG EAST titles in the 400 medley relay and the

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Student-Athletes 100 and 200 back ... won the 100 and 200 back for the second year in a row ... also earned All-BIG EAST honors in the 200 medley relay and the 100 butterfly ... winning times were 52.99 in the 100 back, 1:55.18 in the 200 back and a season-best 3:35.89 in the 400 medley relay ... swam lead leg in the 400 medley relay in helping the Irish set a new BIG EAST meet record (3:35.89) ... time in the 100 back marked the first time in the league’s history a swimmer had cracked the 53 second mark in the event ... broke own school record in the 200 back to secure fourth individual BIG EAST crown in two years ... swam 53.83 in the 100 butterfly to place second ... swam opening leg of 200 medley relay as team finished second in a season best and NCAA B-cut time of 1:38.97 ... competed at the NCAA National Championships in the 100 fly, 100 back and 200 back ... placed 25th in the 100 back (53.54) and 46th in the 100 fly (54.13) ... swam 1:55.76 in the prelims of the 200 back ... finished seventh in the 200 back B-final (1:58.67) at the U.S. Short Course Nationals ... also placed fifth in the C-final of the 100 fly (54.86), seventh in the 200 back (1:58.67) B-final and ninth in the 100 back B-final (54.89) ... swam the lead leg to help the 200 medley relay team to fifth place (1:40.85) ... won the 100 (55.93) and 200 (2:00.20) backs in a meet versus Michigan and Northwestern ... also finished third in the 100 fly (56.28) at the same meet ... tied for third in the 100 backstroke (57.42) in a meet against LSU and Auburn ... also placed third in the 200 backstroke (2:01.21) in the same meet ... won the 100 backstroke (57.68) in a dual meet versus Michigan State ... won the 200 back (1:59.89) in a dual meet versus Purdue ... also took second in the 100 back (56.69) and 100 fly (56.16) in same meet ... won the 100 (56.53) and 200 (2:03.05) backstroke events in a dual meet versus Utah ... won the 100 (55.82) and 200 (1:59.82) back events and took second in the 100 fly (56.35) at the Shamrock Invitational ... only swimmer to break one minute in the 100 back (56.16) in a dual meet versus Ball State ... earned a Monogram and named the Monogram Club’s MVP ... also received the Notre Dame Club of St. Joseph Valley Rockne Student-Athlete award. AS A FRESHMAN: Broke out onto the BIG EAST scene with four BIG EAST titles and six all-BIG EAST honors in her freshman campaign ... set school records in both the 100 back and 200 back at the league meet with times of 53.88 and 1:55.79, respectively ...

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both performances were NCAA B-cuts as well as first-place finishes ... finished in second in the 100 fly with an NCAA B-cut time of 54.12 ... the time was the fastest of any Irish swimmer on the season ... was a member of the victorious 200 and 400 medley relay at the league meet as well as the third-place 400 free relay ... member of the 200 medley relay that broke the Rolf’s Aquatic pool record against Louisville with a time of 1:42.61 ... sprinted to a time of 24.30 at the Hoosierland Invitational for her top time on the season ... lead off a 400 free Irish relay at the invitational for a personal-best time of 52.62 ... claimed the top six 100 back, five 200 back, and two 100 fly times on the season ... swam both the 100 and 200 back in every meet she swam in for a total of 14 backstroke swims on the season … earned a Monogram.

THE HOLDEN FILE: Letterwinner for Fox Lane (N.Y.) under head coach Carolyn Johnson ... set New York Section 1 record in the 100 back ... high school state champion in 100 back (state record) and 100 fly ... Metro Region record holder in the 100 back and 100 fly ... three-time All-American in the 100 back and 100 fly ... Fox Lane High School Female Athlete of the Year (2008) ... New York State Swimmer of the Year ... New York State Scholar Athlete ... captain of high school and club teams as a senior ... qualified for World Championship Trials in the 100 and 200 back ... setter for volleyball team as a freshman ... involved in National Honor Society, Bridges to Community and Habitat for Humanity ... born in Bethpage, N.Y. ... daughter of Cathleen and Michael Holden ... has one older sister, Anne ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters as a psychology major and is also pursuing a supplementary major in Spanish.

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KIMMIE LISIAK Senior • 5-1 Diving Danville, Calif. Carondelet AS A JUNIOR: Competed in both the 1-meter and 3-meter dives at the BIG EAST Championships … set a personal-best in the 3-meter dive (244.66) while competing at the Shamrock Invitational … posted a third place finish in the 3-meter dive (239.33) against Auburn … also earned fifth place in the 1-meter dive (241.27) at the same meet … earned a Monogram.

JAIMIE MALANDRA Senior • 5-5 Free Allentown, Pa. Parkland AS A JUNIOR: Freestyle specialist who excels in the distance events … competed at the BIG EAST Championships in the 200, 500, and 1,650 free … posted career bests in four events at the Ohio State Invitational, swimming the 100 free (53.40), 200 free (1:52.00), 500 free (4:53.99), and the 1,650 free (17:06.20) … grabbed the gold in the 1,000 free (10:21.47) against Michigan State … took first place in the 500 and 1,000 free events against Ball State … placed fourth in the 1,000 free, swimming a season-best time (10:19.78) against Auburn … earned a Monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE: Specialized in the freestyle, competing in a variety of distances ... competed in the 200, 500 and 1,650 free

AS A SOPHOMORE: Specialized in the 1 and 3-meter dives ... competed at the BIG EAST Championships in both events ... best total score in the one meter dive (249.20) came at the Shamrock Invitational ... best 3meter dive total score (234.40) came in a meet versus Northwestern and Michigan ... earned a Monogram. AS A FRESHMAN: Finished strong for the Irish in her first campaign ... dove to personal-best scores at the Shamrock Invitational with scores of 202.65 off the 1-meter spring board and tallied 220.10 points at the 3-meter height ... increased her total in every meet she performed at, raising her 3-meter score by over 50 points and her 1-meter score by greater than 30 points. THE LISIAK FILE Competed in diving and gymnastics as a prep at Carondelet (Calif.) ... placed third in the 1-meter at the North Coast Section meet as a senior, record-

and the 800 free relay at the BIG EAST Championships ... swam the third leg in the 800 free relay as the Irish finished in a seasonbest 7:19.79, placing fourth ... best times included 1:52.54 in the 200, 5:00.23 in the 500 and 17:15.72 in the 1,650 ... best 1,000 time (10:24.06) came in a meet versus Auburn and LSU ... swam the 50 (25.23) and 100 (54.63) at the Shamrock Invitational ... claimed second in the 500 (5:11.22) and 1,000 (10:31.27) frees in a dual meet versus Ball State ... claimed third in the 200 free (1:54.40) in a dual meet versus Utah ... earned a Monogram. AS A FRESHMAN: Set a personal-best time of 17:10.24 in the 1,650 free at the BIG EAST Championships for a 12th-place finish ... raced to three personal-best times at the Hoosierland Invitational, including swims of 4:33.04 in the 400 IM and 1:53.19 in the 200 free and a preliminary session swim of 4:56.35 in the 500 free ... stopped the clock at 10:18.27 for her top time of the season in the 1,000 free against Purdue ... topped out at 55.63 in the 100 free at the Shamrock Invitational ... swam 18 freestyle events for the Irish over the course of the season ... her only other swim was the 400 IM at the Hoosierland Invitational ... amassed four top three finishes on the season … earned a Monogram.

LISIAK’S CAREER BESTS 1-meter (6 dives) 3-meter (6 dives)

249.20 (Shamrock Invitational, 2011) 244.66 (Shamrock Invitational, 2012)

ing her school’s third-highest score ever at the meet ... it was the program’s secondhighest individual finish at the meet ... won school’s scholar-athlete and sportsmanship awards in 2008 and 2009 ... president of National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society ... member of Diablo Valley National Charity League ... daughter of Nancy and Jim Lisiak ... father played basketball at Marquette ... has one younger brother, Tommy ... attended same high school as former Notre Dame football player Derek Landri ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters as a double major in theology and Arts and Letters pre-professional.

MALANDRA’S CAREER BESTS 50 free 100 free 200 free 500 free 1,000 free 1,650 free 400 IM

25.23 (Shamrock Invitational, 2011) 53.40 (Ohio State Invitational, 2011) 1:52.00 (Ohio State Invitational, 2011) 4:53.99 (Ohio State Invitational, 2011) 10:18.27 (Purdue, 2009) 17:06.20 (Ohio State Invitational, 2011) 4:33.04 (Hoosierland Invitational, 2009)

THE MALANDRA FILE: Earned eight state titles and 16 All- America accolades as a prep at Parkland (Pa.) under head coach Erik Posegay ... set high school’s records in 200 and 500 free ... her 500 free mark was also a state record in 2008 ... six-time district champion ... two-time silver medalist at state meet ... four times named The Morning Call Outstanding Swimmer of the Year ... twotime state record holder ... competed at Junior Nationals, Junior Olympics and U.S. Open ... Lehigh Valley Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2009 ... member of National Honor Society, Key Club and Fellowship of Christian Athletes ... born in Allentown, Pa. ... daughter of Margie and Tony Malandra ... has two younger siblings, Tracey and Matthew ... grandfather played football at William & Mary ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters and is majoring in sociology.

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Student-Athletes LAUREN SCOTT Senior • 5-7 • Tri-Captain Free / Fly Fayetteville, Ga. Starr’s Mill

AS A JUNIOR: Versatile member of the Irish, participating in freestyle, butterfly, and individual medley events … competed at the BIG EAST Championships, swimming the 100 free (51.44), the 100 fly (55.86), and the 200 individual medley (2:04.91) … set a career-best in prelims in the 100 free (51.13) at the same meet … also earned All-BIG EAST accolades by assisting the Irish to a NCAA B-cut in the 200 free relay, placing second at the BIG EAST Championships … season-best time in the 200 IM (2:03.91) and 50 free (23.80) came at the Ohio State Invitational … placed fourth in the 100 free against league rival Louisville … helped the 200 medley relay win gold against Pittsburgh … member of the 400 free relay that took the top spot against Louisville … named a co-captain with Amy Prestinario before the season … earned a Monogram.

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AS A SOPHOMORE: Specialized in the 50 and 100 freestyle, the 100 butterfly and the 200 individual medley ... swam the third leg on the winning 400 free relay team at the BIG EAST Championships as team finished in a season-best 3:19.68 ... also earned All-BIG EAST honors in the 200 free relay ... competed in the 100 free, 100 fly and 200 IM in addition to the relay teams at the BIG EAST Championships, setting season bests in the 100 free (51.23), 100 fly (55.57) and 200 IM (2:03.15) ... swam final leg in the 200 free relay, as the Irish finished with a season-best time of 1:31.98 to place second ... best time in the 50 free came at the U.S. Short Course Nationals in 23.70 ... also swam the third leg to help the 200 medley relay team to fifth place (1:40.85) ... finished second in the 200 IM (2:08.05) in a dual meet versus Ball State ... claimed third in a dual meet versus Purdue in the 200 IM (2:07.33) ... placed fourth in the 50 free (23.86) in a meet versus Michigan and Northwestern ... earned a Monogram. AS A FRESHMAN: Received all-BIG EAST honors as a member of the second-place 200 free relay at the league meet ... swam to two personal-best times at the championships with times of 57.02 in the 100 back for a share of 11th place and a time of 23.48 in the 50 free for 15th place ... also touched the pad in 11th place at the league meet in the 100 fly (55.65) ... top 100 fly on the season came at the Hoosierland Invitational with a time of 55.58 for fifth place ... two additional top times on the season came at the invitational with times of 51.96 in the 100 free and 2:05.50 in the 200 fly ... swam the 100 fly in

SCOTT’S CAREER BESTS 50 free 100 free 100 back 100 fly 200 fly 200 IM

23.48 (BIG EAST 2010) 51.13 (BIG EAST 2012) 57.02 (BIG EAST 2010) 55.57 (BIG EAST 2011) 2:05.50 (Hoosierland Invitational, 2009) 2:03.15 (BIG EAST 2011)

every meet she participated in for a total of seven 100 fly swims … earned a Monogram. THE SCOTT FILE: Swam four seasons at Starr’s Mill (Ga.) under head coach Rebecca Rickeard ... earned four letters ... team captain and MVP as a senior ... won five state titles and four runner-up finishes ... two-time all-state and garnered All-America honors in each of her four varsity seasons ... eight-time All-American (50 free - 1, 100 fly - 2, 200 free relay - 2, 200 medley relay - 3) ... set six high school team records (50 free, 100 free, 50 back, 100 back, 50 fly and 100 fly) ... team finished third at state meet her junior and senior seasons ... Junior and Senior Nationals qualifier ... made U.S. Olympic Trials cut in the 100 fly ... Georgia state record holder in the 200 medley relay (long course) ... set six program records as a member of the Southern Crescent Aquatic Team ... Fayette County Swimmer of the Year in 2007 and 2008 ... three-time Academic All- American ... member of National Honor Society and Beta Club ... daughter of Lisa and Michael Scott ... oldest of three children ... born in Fort Pierce, Fla. ... enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a finance major and is also pursuing a secondary major in Spanish.

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SARAH DOTZEL Junior • 5-4 Fly / Back York, Pa. York Catholic AS A SOPHOMORE: Backstroke and butterfly threat for the Irish … set a career-best and NCAA B-cut in the 100 fly (54.55) en route to a fifth place finish at the BIG EAST Championships … swam the 100 and 200 back individually at the BIG EAST Championships … aided the 200 medley relay at the same meet to all-BIG EAST accolades and a third place finish … saw a career -best performance in the 200 individual medley (2:08.95) at the Shamrock Invitational … swam season-best times in the 100 back (55.35) and 200 back (2:03.19) at the Ohio State Invitational … earned a NCAA B-cut on the 400 medley relay squad at

MIKELLE MASCIANTONIO Junior • 6-0 Free / IM Emmaus, Pa. Emmaus AS A SOPHOMORE: Recorded a strong season in the freestyle and individual medley events … swam to career-best times at the BIG EAST Championships in the 50 free (23.83), 100 free (51.82), and 200 IM (2:05.20) … notched season-best times at the Ohio State Invitational in the 100 breast

the same meet … took second place overall in the 100 back (57.02) in a tri-meet against Michigan and Northwestern … won the silver in the 100 fly (56.03) against Michigan State … was a 2011-12 Rosenthal Leadership Academy participant … earned a Monogram. AS A FRESHMAN: Specialized in the back, fly and individual medley ... saw best performances of the year at the BIG EAST Championships in the 100 back (sixth place 54.88), 200 back (2:03.13) and 200 fly (fifth place 2:01.75) ... swam 56.78 in the 100 fly at the U.S. Short Course Nationals ... swam 2:09.24 in the 200 IM at the Shamrock Invitational and 4:35.11 in the 400 IM in a dual meet versus Michigan State ... won the 400 IM against the Spartans ... finished third

(1:08.35) and 200 breast (2:26.57) … took third in the 100 free in dual meet action against Michigan State … assisted the 400 free relay in capturing second against Auburn … swam on the 200 medley relay that took third against Ball State … earned a Monogram. AS A FRESHMAN: Specialized in the 100 freestyle, 100 breast and 200 individual medleys, competing in all three at the BIG EAST Championships, and recording season bests in all three ... also competed in the 50 and 200 free, 200 breast and 400 IM ... times at the BIG EAST Championships include 51.93 in the 100 free, 1:05.88 in the 100 breast and 2:06.54 in the 200 IM ... claimed second in the 400 IM (4:35.28) in a dual meet versus Michigan State ... placed third in the 50 free (23.94) and second in the 100 free (53.13) in a dual meet versus Ball State ... earned a Monogram.

DOTZEL’S CAREER BESTS 100 back 200 back 100 fly 200 fly 200 IM 400 IM

54.88 (BIG EAST, 2011) 2:03.13 (BIG EAST, 2011) 54.55 (BIG EAST, 2012) 2:01.75 (BIG EAST, 2011) 2:08.95 (Shamrock Invitational, 2012) 4:35.11 (Michigan State, 2011)

in the 100 (56.96) and 200 butterfly (2:06.03) events in a dual meet versus Purdue ... earned a Monogram. THE DOTZEL FILE: Prepped at York Catholic High School (Pa.) ... one of the top butterflyers in the state of Pennsylvania her senior year ... enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business and is majoring in management consulting.

MASCIANTONIO’S CAREER BESTS 50 free 100 free 200 free 100 back 100 breast 200 breast 200 IM 400 IM

23.83 (BIG EAST, 2012) 51.82 (BIG EAST, 2012) 1:55.34 (Purdue, 2011) 1:04.73 (Michigan State, 2011) 1:05.88 (BIG EAST, 2011) 2:25.47 (Shamrock Invitational, 2011) 2:05.20 (BIG EAST, 2012) 4:35.28 (Michigan State, 2011)

THE MASCIANTONIO FILE: Swam four years at Emmaus High School (Pa.) ... one of the state’s top swimmers as a senior ... threetime individual state champ ... state record holder in 200 IM ... 16-time All-American ... three-time MVP award ... four time high school record holder ... enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business and is majoring in marketing.

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Student-Athletes CHRISTEN MCDONOUGH Junior • 5-5 Breast / Free Charlotte, N.C. Charlotte Catholic AS A SOPHOMORE: Breaststroke and individual medley specialist who turned in three career-best swims over the course of the season … competed in the 50 free (23.78), 100 breast (1:02.12), and 200 breast (2:13.86) at the BIG EAST Championships, setting lifetime best times as well as NCAA B-cuts in the 100 and 200 breaststroke … turned in another career-best time in the 200 IM (2:07.90) at the Ohio State Invitational … won first place in the 100 breast in a dual

KELLY RYAN Junior • 6-0 • Tri-Captain Back / Free Hinsdale, Ill. Fenwick

meet against Michigan State … aided the 400 medley relay to a silver medal in the same meet against Michigan State … swam at the U.S. Olympic Trials, finishing T-77th in the 100 breast at the long course meet … earned a Monogram. AS A FRESHMAN: Specialized in the 100 and 200 breast and the 200 individual medley ... swam all three events at the BIG EAST Championships, turning in season bests with times of 1:03.49 in the 100 breast, 2:20.71 in the 200 breast and 2:12.57 in the IM ... also swam the 100 fly at the Shamrock Invitational in 1:01.49 ... earned a Monogram. THE MCDONOUGH FILE: Competed for

pion in the 200 back (1:55.56) as well as runner-up in the 200 freestyle (1:47.04) … member of BIG EAST champion relays in the 400 medley relay and the 400 yard free relay, while helping to secure second place in the 200 free relay and third in the 800 free relay … set a career-best in the 50 free (23.17) at the Ohio State Invitational … took first place in the 200 back in dual meet action against perennial power Auburn … won gold in the 200 free against league rival Louisville … swam the 100 and 200 back and the 100 free

MCDONOUGH’S CAREER BESTS 50 free 100 breast 200 breast 100 fly 200 IM

23.78 (BIG EAST, 2012) 1:02.12 (BIG EAST, 2012) 2:13.86 (BIG EAST, 2012) 1:01.49 (Shamrock Invitational, 2011) 2:07.90 (Ohio State Invitational, 2011))

Charlotte Catholic High School (N.C.) … was the 3A state champ in the 100 breast and held the state record in the event at the time of graduation … enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters and is a double major in psychology and anthropology. AS A SOPHOMORE: Freestyle and back-

RYAN’S CAREER BESTS 50 free 23.17 (Ohio State Invitational, 2011) 100 free 49.38 (BIG EAST, 2012) 200 free 1:46.88 (BIG EAST, 2011) 50 back 25.72 (Ohio State Invitational, 2011) 100 back 53.32 (BIG EAST, 2012) 200 back 1:53.67 (BIG EAST, 2012. Notre Dame School Record) at the U.S. Olympic Trials … finished 20th in the 200 back, 25th in the 100 back and 108th in the 100 free at the long course meet … turned in strong effort at U.S. Open in August

stroke extraordinaire who capped off a stellar season with All-America honors and a school record … swam to a seventh place finish and an All-American distinction at the NCAA Championships in the 200 backstroke (1:54.16) after setting the team record as well as posting her career-best time (1:53.67) in the preliminary heats … also competed in the 100 back (53.41) and the 100 free (49.68) at the NCAA Championships, placing 27th … earned seven all-BIG EAST scrolls while winning four events … became a repeat BIG EAST champion in the 100 free (49.38), posting a career-best time … BIG EAST cham-

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2012, finishing seventh in the 200 back and 12th in the 100 back at the long course meet … was a 2011-12 Rosenthal Leadership Academy participant … earned a Monogram. AS A FRESHMAN: Specialized in the 100 and 200 freestyle and the 50, 100 and 200 backstroke ... won BIG EAST titles in the 400 medley and free relays and the 100 and 200 free ... also earned All-BIG EAST in the 200 free relay and the 200 back ... won 100 free in a NCAA B-cut time of 49.73 ... swam final leg in 400 medley relay as team finished in season-best and new BIG EAST meet record time

LAUREN STAUDER Junior • 5-5 Breast Carmel, Ind. Carmel

of 3:35.89 ... also swam final leg in the 400 free relay to help propel the Irish to the title ... was the second leg in the 200 free relay as the Irish swam a season-best 1:31.98 to finish second ... placed third in the 200 back in season-best 1:56.00 ... also set season bests in the 100 (49.73) and 200 free (1:46.88) events ... competed in the 800 free relay at the BIG EAST Championships, swimming the second leg as the Irish swam a season-best 7:19.79 to finish fourth ... won the 200 free (1:52.30) in a dual meet versus Utah ... won the 100 free (51.47) in a dual meet versus Ball State ... tied for third in the 100 backstroke (57.42) in a meet against LSU and Auburn ...

finished second in the 200 freestyle (1:55.16) in a dual meet versus Michigan State ... claimed third in the 100 back (57.60) in a dual meet versus Purdue ... claimed second in the C-final of the 100 back (55.10) at the U.S. Short Course Nationals ... finished second in the 50 free (23.94) in a dual meet versus Ball State ... earned a Monogram. THE RYAN FILE: Prepped at Fenwick High School (Ill.) ... enrolled in the College of Arts & Letters as a pre-professional studies and Spanish major. AS A SOPHOMORE: Swam primarily in

(1:02.07) ... won the C-final at the U.S. Short Course Nationals in the 200 breast in 2:14.95 ... swam the 100 fly in 1:00.13 at the Shamrock Invitational ... claimed second in the 100 breaststroke (1:07.36) in a dual meet versus Michigan State ... also placed second in the 100 (1:04.78) and 200 (2:17.15) breaststroke events in a dual meet versus Utah ... took third in the 200 breast (2:20.65) in a dual meet versus Purdue ... finished in seventh place in the 100 breast C-final (1:02.54) at the U.S. Short Course Nationals ... earned a Monogram.

STAUDER’S CAREER BESTS 100 breast 200 breast 100 fly 200 IM

1:02.07 (BIG EAST, 2011) 2:13.05 (Ohio State Invitational, 2011) 1:00.13 (Shamrock Invitational, 2011) 2:05.98 (Ohio State Invitational, 2011)

THE STAUDER FILE: In-state product who swam for Carmel High School (Ind.) ... enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business and is majoring in IT management. AS A FRESHMAN: Contributed immediately in her first year, adding to depth in the

the breaststroke and individual medley disciplines … competed in the 100 breast (1:03.13), 200 breast (2:14.35), and 200 IM (2:06.39) at the BIG EAST Championships … set a career-best and earned a NCAA B-cut in the 200 breast (2:13.05) en route to placing third overall at the Ohio State Invitational … at the same meet, also set a career best in the 200 IM with the time of 2:05.98 … seasonbest time in the 100 breaststroke (1:03.05) also came at the Ohio State Invitational … took first place honors in the 200 breast against Purdue … hit the wall first in the 200 IM and 100 breast in the dual meet against Pittsburgh … aided the 400 medley relay to gold against Michigan State … competed at the U.S. Olympic Trials, finishing 82nd in the 200 breast at the long course meet … earned a Monogram. AS A FRESHMAN: Specialized in the 100 and 200 breaststroke and the 200 individual medley ... competed in all three at the BIG EAST Championships, setting season bests in each with times of 1:02.07 in the 100 breast, 2:14.63 in the 200 breast and 2:07.86 in the 200 IM ... finished fourth in the 100 breast, finishing in a NCAA B-cut qualifying time

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Student-Athletes SUZANNE BESSIRE Sophomore • 5-5 Free Orlando, Fla. Lake Highland Prep freestyle events for the Irish … garnered all-BIG EAST honors as well as a NCAA B-cut en route to a third place finish in the 200

HANNAH BOWEN Sophomore • 6-2 Free Lake Elmo, Minn. Stillwater

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freestyle (1:48.02) … placed fifth in the 100 freestyle (50.46) … also competed individually at the BIG EAST Championships in the 500 freestyle (5:03.41) … was part of the school record-setting BIG EAST champion 400 free relay as well as the bronze-winning 800 free relay, both of which posted NCAA B-cuts and earned her all-BIG EAST scrolls … took home first place in the 200 free as well as bronze in the 100 yard distance of the same stroke against Pittsburgh … swam to a third place finish individually in the 200 free against league rival Louisville … aided the 400 free relay to first place against perennial power Auburn … earned a Monogram. THE BESSIRE FILE: Graduated from Lake Highland Prep (Fla.) in the spring of

yard variations of freestyle … competed individually in those three events at the BIG EAST Championships, posting the time of 23.19 in the 50 free, 51.13 in the 100 free and 1:53.66 in the 200 free, all season-best times … swam also on the silver-winning 200 free relay at the BIG EAST Championships, a squad that earned a NCAA B-cut … helped the 400 free relay to a NCAA B-cut earlier in the season at the Ohio State Invitational … picked up first place honors in the 50 free against league foe Pittsburgh … placed third in the same event in a tri-meet against TCU and Oakland … qualified for the U.S. Olympic Trials in the 50 free but was unable to swim due to an injury … earned a Monogram.

BESSIRE’S CAREER BESTS 50 free 100 free 200 free 500 free 100 fly

23.98 (Ohio State Invitational, 2011) 50.46 (BIG EAST, 2012) 1:48.02 (BIG EAST, 2012) 5:03.41 (BIG EAST, 2012) 58.53 (Michigan/Northwestern, 2012)

2011 ... earned letters all four years in swimming ... four-time conference champion and four-time region champion ... earned two all-state awards ... named team MVP twice and team captain as a senior ... competed for Highlander Aquatics during club season ... Junior National qualifier and zone team member ... in the classroom, four-time Academic All-American ... born to Bruce and Tracy Bessire in Texas ... has two younger brothers, Harlin and Jack ... enrolled in the College of Arts and is majoring in psychology. AS A FRESHMAN: Sprint specialist for the Irish, excelling in the 50, 100, and 200

BOWEN’S CAREER BESTS 50 free 100 free 200 free

23.19 (BIG EAST, 2012) 51.13 (BIG EAST, 2012) 1:53.66 (BIG EAST, 2012)

THE BOWEN FILE: Graduated from Stillwater Area High School (Minn.) in the spring of 2011 ... lettered four times in swimming and once in cross country skiing ... named Athlete of the Year for Minnesota in 2009 and 2010 ... owns four state records ... 10-time state champion, including six individual titles ... earned numerous all-conference, all-city, all- region, all-county, all-state and All-American honors throughout career ... also nationally ranked throughout career ... swam for the St. Croix Swim Club ... participated in the National Honor Society ... born to William and Laurie Bowen in Connecticut ... has an older sister, Jordan, who swims collegiately at Connecticut ... sister combo won state together Jordan’s senior year ... also has an older brother, Jed ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters and is majoring in film, television and theatre with a minor in education. AS A FRESHMAN: Talented diver who garnered all-BIG EAST honors in her first col-

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ALLISON CASARETO Sophomore • 5-5 Diving La Habra Heights, Calif. Troy legiate season … brought home the silver medal in her first appearance in the 1-meter dive (283.80) at the BIG EAST Championships … placed seventh in the 3-meter dive at the same meet … posted a season-best score of 304.12 in the 1-meter dive en route to snaring the gold against Michigan State … earned another season-best result in the 3-meter event (326.77) while taking second in the same meet … won top honors in the 3-meter dive at dual meets against Purdue

BRIDGET CASEY Sophomore • 5-3 Free / Fly Lower Gwynedd, Pa. Germantown Academy saw action in a plethora of events, excelling in the distance freestyle events, both distances of butterfly, and the distance individual medley … garnered all-BIG EAST honors, a season-best time and an NCAA B-cut in the 200 fly (1:59.22) placing fourth … gained fifth place points in the 400 IM, recording a best time in prelims of 4:21.45 … also competed individually at the BIG EAST Championships in the 500 free … posted season-best times in the 500 free (4:55.02) and 100 fly (56.46) at the Ohio State Invitational … took third place while recording a season-best and team-best time of 10:17.19 in the 1,000 free against Auburn … won gold in the same meet swimming the

and Pittsburgh … took second place in the 1-meter dive against both opponents as well … earned a Monogram. THE CASARETO FILE: Graduated from Troy High School (Calif.) in the spring of 2011 ... lettered four times in diving ... finished in second place for the 1-meter and third place for the 3-meter at the 2011 JO Zones in Tucson, Ariz. ... also competed at the JO Nationals from 2007-11 and the Senior Nationals from 2009-10 ... was a conference champion all four years ... also earned a national ranking all four years and was named All-America as a junior ... selected as team captain three times ... competed at the world trials in May 2011 in Tallahassee, Fla. ... on the Pacific Diving Academy club team ... named to the Gold Honor Roll ... participated in the National Honor Society and Troy Tech Program ... volunteered with the Bottles of the Bay group, which was the Troy High School recycling club ... born to Carl and Sharon Casareto in Whittier, Calif. ... has two younger brothers, Dominick and Vincent ... has a cousin, Robert Norton, who played college baseball at Whittier ... enrolled in the 200 fly … took first in the 500 free in dual meet action against Michigan State … swam the 200 fly at the U.S. Olympic Trials, finishing 48th at the long course meet … earned a Monogram. THE CASEY FILE: Graduated from Germantown High School (Pa.) in the spring of 2011 ... lettered four times in swimming ... earned All- America accolades all four years ... named to the 2011-12 USA Swimming National Junior Team in the 200 butterfly after placing fifth among 18-under women’s swimmers in the event at the ConocoPhillips National Championships ... helped team to undefeated senior year and state championship as a senior ... 200 medley relay team broke school record ... was a Patriot Ambassador for high school ... named to

CASARETO’S CAREER BESTS 1-meter dive 3-meter dive

304.12 (Michigan State, 2012) 326.77 (Michigan State, 2012)

Mendoza College of Business. AS A FRESHMAN: Versatile swimmer

CASEY’S CAREER BESTS 200 free 500 free 1,000 free 100 fly 200 fly 400 IM

1:54.87 (Ball State, 2012) 4:55.02 (Ohio State Invitational, 2011) 10:17.19 (Auburn, 2011) 56.46 (Ohio State Invitational, 2011) 1:59.22 (BIG EAST, 2012) 4:21.45 (BIG EAST, 2012)

honor roll throughout high school ... born to Don and Ann Casey in Abington, Pa. ... has two older sisters, Meghan and Katie ... father, Don, and both sisters, Meghan and Katie, graduated from Notre Dame ... all three, along with uncle, Brian, competed for the Notre Dame swimming and diving program ... enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business.

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Student-Athletes ERIN FOLEY Sophomore • 5-8 Free Foxboro, Mass. Bishop Feehan AS A FRESHMAN: Freestyle swimmer who competed in the distance events … competed individually at the BIG EAST Championships in the 200 free, 500 free, and 1,650 free … set season-best times in all three events at the Ohio State Invitational, recording a time of 1:52.24 in the 200 free, 4:54.73 in the 500 free, and a team-best time of 16:46.61 while earning second place in the

MOLLY GERAGHTY Sophomore • 5-3 Diving Dunlap, Ill. Peoria Notre Dame AS A FRESHMAN: Finished strong for the Irish in her first campaign … posted season-

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1,650 free … recorded a personal-best and the team’s second-best time in the 1,000 free, swimming to a silver medal against Pittsburgh in 10:17.47 … snared third place in the 500 free against Auburn … earned a Monogram. THE FOLEY FILE: Graduated from Bishop Feehan High School (Mass.) in the spring of 2011 ... lettered all four years, specializing the freestyle stroke ... won the Massachusetts state title in the 200 free twice and the 500 free in 2010 ... also helped 200 and 400 free relay teams to state titles in 2009 ... helped high school team win a state title in 2009 ... holds the Massachusetts state meet record in the 500 free ... holds five school records ... earned a national ranking and All-America honors in the 500 free as a senior ... earned conference, sectional and regional championships throughout career ... named all-state three years in a row ... named a team captain as a senior ... named to the All-Scholastic team by the Boston Globe for three years ...

best scores in her final meet, recording highs of 210.97 in the 1-meter dive and 210.75 in the 3-meter dive … recorded a fifth place finish against Auburn … also competed in meets against TCU and Oakland, Michigan State, and the Shamrock Invitational. THE GERAGHTY FILE: Graduated from Germantown High School (Pa.) in the spring of 2011 ... lettered four times in swimming ... earned All- America accolades all four years ... named to the 2011-12 USA Swimming National Junior Team in the 200 butterfly after placing fifth among 18-under women’s swimmers in the event at the ConocoPhillips National Championships ... helped team to undefeated senior year and state champion-

FOLEY’S CAREER BESTS 200 free 500 free 1,000 free 1,650 free 200 back

1:52.24 (Ohio State Invitational, 2011) 4:54.73 (Ohio State Invitational, 2011) 10:17.47 (Pittsburgh, 2011) 16:46.61 (Ohio State Invitational, 2011 2:06.46 (Ohio State Invitational, 2011)

swam for the Crimson Aquatics club team ... was a short course national qualifier ... placed 10th in the 1,650 at the 2010 Junior Nationals ... also placed fourth in the 800 free relay at the same meet ... born to Ken and Julie Foley in Boston, Mass ... has a younger sister, Meghan, and a younger brother, Brendan ... participated in several honor societies including the National, French, Science, English, Math, Latin and History Honor Societies ... was secretary for the Science Honor Society, president for the Math Honor Society and secretary for the History Honor Society ... also volunteered with the Special Olympics ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters and is a psychology and a pre-professional studies major.

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210.97 (Ball State, 2012) 210.75 (Ball State, 2012)

ship as a senior ... 200 medley relay team broke school record ... was a Patriot Ambassador for high school ... named to honor roll throughout high school ... born to Don and Ann Casey in Abington, Pa. ... has two older sisters, Meghan and Katie ... father, Don, and both sisters, Meghan and Katie, graduated from Notre Dame ... all three, along with uncle, Brian, competed for the Notre Dame swimming and diving program ... enrolled in the College of Science and is a science pre-professional major.

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EMMA REANEY Sophomore • 5-10 Breast / IM Lawrence, Kan. Lawrence AS A FRESHMAN: Made an immediate impact for the Irish as a versatile swimmer that competed in every stroke and excelled in breaststroke and the individual medley, earning All-America honorable mention in three events in first year … named the Monogram Club MVP for the team in recognition for her accomplishments in the pool … lowered the school record several times throughout the season in the 200 IM, culminating in a ninth place finish with a final time of 1:55.67 at the NCAA Championships … competed in the 100 and 200 breast at the pinnacle of collegiate swimming, posting season-best times of 59.81 and 2:09.73 while placing 11th and 14th, respectively … secured individual championships in the 100 breast (59.85) and

200 IM (1:56.42) at the BIG EAST Championships, and took second place in the 200 breast (2:11.42) … swam the breaststroke leg of the winning 400 medley relay that set the Trees Pool record at the same meet … assisted in setting a new school record in the gold-winning 400 free relay at the BIG EAST Championships as well, and aided the 800 free relay to a third place finish … posted season-best times in the 200 free (1:51.25) and 100 fly (55.65) while taking first place against Michigan State … won first place at the Ohio State Invitational in a season-best time of 4:12.19 … took first in the 100 and 200 breast in meets against Michigan/Northwestern and Louisville, and placed third and second, respectively, in the same events at the Ohio State Invitational … won the 200 IM at the Ohio State Invitational (1:57.67), Shamrock Invitational, and dual meets against Louisville, Purdue, Ball State, and Pittsburgh … earned place in the Jan. 16th issue of Sports Illustrated’s Faces In The Crowd section after standout meet at Ohio State where she broke the school record in the 200 IM for the first time … competed at the U.S. Olympic Trials, finishing 13th in the 200 IM, 23rd in the 200 breast, 24th in the 100 breast and 41st in the 400 IM at the long course meet … earned a Monogram. THE REANEY FILE: Graduated from Lawrence High School (Kan.) in the spring of

REANEY’S CAREER BESTS 100 free 52.08 (Michigan State, 2012) 200 free 1:51.25 (Michigan State, 2012) 1,000 free 10:23.29 (Pittsburgh, 2011) 100 back 58.48 (Ball State, 2012) 200 back 2:04.59 (Michigan State, 2012) 100 breast 59.81 (NCAAs, 2012) 200 breast 2:09.73 (NCAAs, 2012) 100 fly 55.65 (Michigan State, 2012) 200 IM 1:55.67 (NCAAs, 2012, Notre Dame School Record) 400 IM 4:12.19 (Ohio State Invitational, 2011) 2011 ... only competed in high school swimming as a sophomore and broke five school records during the year ... records came in 100 fly, back, breast and free and in the 200 individual medley ... conference and sectional champion and lettered ... swam for the club team Ad Astra Area Aquatics, and was a team captain ... participated in the 2008 USA Olympic Trials ... laundry list of extra-curricular activities included National Honor Society, A Capella Choir and the Roger Hill Youth Volunteer Corps ... named the French Outstanding Student for 2009 ... earned the Ray Kroc Achievement Award in 2007 ... Kansas Honors Scholar ... named the winner of the Kansas Congressional Arts competition and currently has photo displayed in the US Capital ... born to Mark and Ann Reaney in Lawrence, Kan. ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters.

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Student-Athletes MELISSA SCOTT Sophomore • 5-7 Fly / IM Rochester Hills, Mich. Rochester Adams AS A FRESHMAN: Specialized in the butterfly and individual medley events in first year with the Irish … finished eighth in the 200 fly (2:02.38) … also competed individually at the BIG EAST Championships in the 100 fly (56.03) and 400 IM (4:22.17), both season-best times … recorded best 200 fly

COURTNEY WHYTE Sophomore • 5-6 Fly Lafayette, Calif. Campolindo AS A FRESHMAN: Saw action for the Irish in freestyle, backstroke and fly events in first year … posted best 100 free time of the season (54.27) at the Shamrock Invitational … swam to a career-best time in the 500 free (5:04.34) at the Ohio State Invitational … led off the 200 medley relay at the same

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and 200 IM results at the Ohio State Invitational, finishing the races in 2:00.70 and 2:05.88, respectively … posted a second place finish in league dual meet action against Pittsburgh in the 200 fly … placed third in the 100 fly against Ball State … gained another bronze in the 400 IM in a dual meet against Auburn … earned a Monogram. THE SCOTT FILE: Graduated from Rochester Adams High School (Mich.) in the spring of 2011 ... competed for the Oakland Live Y’ers club team during high school years ... won six state championships in the 100 and 200 backstroke, 100 and 200 fly and 200 and 400 individual medley ... holds three team records ... competed in the U.S. Open and is a Senior and Junior National Qualifier ... team won 2008 and 2009 USA Swimming Central Zone Sectional Combined championship ... team also won 2009 USA Swimming

meet, recording best 50 back time (26.74) of the season as well … competed for the Irish in dual meets against Purdue, Louisville, Ball State, Auburn, Pittsburgh, and Michigan/ Northwestern … earned a Monogram. THE WHYTE FILE: Graduated from Campolindo High School (Calif.) in the spring of 2011 ... lettered four years in swimming, specializing in the 100 fly and 200 free ... was all-conference three times and was a conference champion as a sophomore, junior and senior ... named team captain as a senior ... earned three Academic All-America placards in the classroom ... volunteered in spare time to be a Special Olympics swim coach ... also was a Del Amigo Swim Association Recreational swim coach ... earned the American Association of Undergraduate Women Scholarship in 2011 ... participated in the sports medicine team at Campolindo, earning the Sports Medicine Student of the

SCOTT’S CAREER BESTS 200 free 100 fly 200 fly 200 IM 400 IM

1:58.39 (Dennis Stark Relays, 2011) 56.03 (BIG EAST, 2012) 2:00.70 (Ohio State Invitational, 2011) 2:05.88 (Ohio State Invitational, 2011) 4:22.17 (BIG EAST, 2012)

Central Zone Sectional Women’s championship and was a runner-up in 2010 ... also a strong performer in the classroom, earning three Academic All-American citations ... member of the National Honor Society and Student Council in high school ... named an international finalist in an Essay Writing and Problem Solving contest by University of Colorado ... born to Alan and Carol Scott in Plymouth, England ... has an older brother, Keiran, and a younger brother, Nicholas ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters.

WHY TE’S CAREER BESTS 100 free 500 free 50 back 100 fly 200 fly

54.27 (Shamrock Invitational, 2012) 5:04.34 (Ohio State Invitational, 2011) 26.74 (Ohio State Invitational, 2011) 56.00 (BIG EAST, 2012) 2:02.42 (BIG EAST, 2012)

Year award in 2011 ... competed for the Orinda Aquatics club team ... named team captain, while earning the Coaches and Most Inspirational awards ... Also a national qualifier with Orinda ... born on May 18, 1993, to Mike and Lynn Whyte in San Ramon, Calif. ... has an older brother, Ryan ... brother played rugby at Oregon and grandfather played football at California ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters and is majoring in sociology and pre-professional studies.

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GENEVIEVE BRADFORD Freshman • 5-11 Breast Irvine, CA Woodbridge

EMMA GABOURY Freshman • 5-5 Diving Bloomfield Hills, MI Marian

CATHERINE GALLETTI Freshman • 5-7 Back / Fly / Free Oviedo, FL Trinity Prep

THE BRADFORD FILE: Graduated from Woodbridge (Calif.) in the spring of 2012 … four-time participant at the Speedo Champions Series … 2011 multi-event qualifier at the USA Swimming Junior Nationals and at the 2010 Junior National Championships … registered personal records at the 2010 Junior National Championships in the 100m free (59:07), 100m breast (1:13), 200m breast (2:39) and the 200m IM (2:26) … registered personal records at the 2012 Speedo Champions Series in the 50m free (27.84) and the 100m fly (1:05) … was a California Interscholastic

Federation finalist in the 100 breast, 200 IM, 200 medley relay and 400 free relay to qualify for nationals … as a member of the NOVA masters swimming program swam to a second-place finish in the 400 free relays at junior nationals … was a Magna Cum Laude National Latin Exam recipient all four years … earned the Sentinel Award for Science … full name is Genevieve Celeste Bradford … born in Orange, Calif. to Alan and Susan Bradford … has one younger brother, Austin and one younger sister, Madeline ... enrolled in First Year of Studies.

THE GABOURY FILE: An eight-time letter winner in diving and track and field at Marian (Mich.) … a two-time All-American and three-time all-state honoree … collected all-conference and all-country awards all four years … named Catholic League Conference champion and division I state meet runner up senior season … a two-time Oakland Country Championship secondplace finisher … broke school record in six dives with 303.80 points and holds the highest 11 dive score with 465.00 points … participated as a member of the Michigan Diving Academy … named a five-time USA Diving Junior National Qualifier on the springboard and platform … three-time USA Diving JO Summer Nationals Qualifier in the three

meters and platform … named the ’12 and ’11 USA Diving JO Summer Nationals champion … won the Summer Nationals senior year with a broken hand … three-time Michigan Diving Association 16-18 Female Diver of the year (’10, ’11 ’12) … holds the Michigan Diving Association’s 3-meter springboard record with 440.00 points … member of the National Honor Society, French Honor Society, Ambassador Club and Phi Beta Kappa … earned the Top English Award on two occasions and the Top French Award senior year … full name is Emma Katherine Gaboury … born in Pontiac, Mich. to Dean and Pamela Gaboury … has three younger brothers … enrolled in First Year of Studies.

THE GALLETTI FILE: A four-year letter winner at Trinity Preparatory … selected as an All-American in the 50 free (twice), 100 fly (twice), 50 free (once), 100 free (once) and 100 back (once) … state champion senior year in the 50 free … participated in the 2012 AT&T National Championships (18 & Under) in the 50 free (27.12), 100 back (1:05) and 100 fly (1:03) … participated in the 2012 Speedo Champion Series in the 50 free (26.43), 100 free (59.18) 100 back (1:04) and in the 100 fly (1:02) … hold school records in

the 50 free, 100 free and 100 back … named a Junior National, Senior National and Olympic Trial Qualifier as a member of the Trinity Prep Aquatics … earned the most improved swimmer freshman year … named team MVP and team captain the remaining three years at Trinity … full name is Catherine Anne Galletti … born in Atlanta, Ga. to Mike and Julie Galletti … has one older brother, Chris … enrolled in First Year of Studies.

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Student-Athletes SYDNEY GOLIC Freshman • 5-9 Back / Breast Avon, CT Northwest Catholic

ANNA GRAINGER Freshman • 5-6 Back Nashville, TN Ensworth

GENEVIEVE HEIDKAMP Freshman • 5-10 Fly Hinsdale, IL Hinsdale Central

LINDSEY STREEPEY Freshman • 5-4 Diving Dallas, TX Highland Park

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THE GOLIC FILE: Graduated from Northwest Catholic (Conn.) in the spring of 2012 … swam for West Harford Aquatic team since the age of seven due to the absence of a school swimming program … regularly qualified for the CT Zones team, an all-star team that competes in regional meets … has won a multitude of state championships over the past four years … participated in the USA Swimming’s Short Course Junior National Championship on several occasions … three-time finalist at national meets in Irvine, CA and Orlando, FL

… nearly earned a spot in the 100-meter breast stroke for the Olympic Trial qualifying event … a member of the National Honor Society … full name is Sydney Christine Golic … born in Orlando, Fla. to Mike and Christine Golic … daughter of former Notre Dame football player Mike Golic (’85) … sister to Mike Golic Jr. (’12) and Jake Golic (’13), who currently play football for the Irish … uncle, Bob (’77) attended Notre Dame and played football … enrolled in First Year of Studies.

THE GRAINGER FILE: Graduated from Ensworth (Tenn.) in the spring of 2012 … selected as an National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association All-American junior and senior year … awarded first-team all-region honors on three occasions … participated in the 2012 USA Swimming Olympic Team Trials as a member of the Nashville Aquatic Club in the 200m backstroke with a time of 2:17.94 … national qualifier in the

100 and 200 back … junior national qualifier in the 100 and 200 back, 200 fly and 400 IM … scholastic All-American as a junior … volunteered as a tutor for Project S.E.E. since third grade … full name is Anna Leigh Grainger … born in Nashville, Tenn. to Bill and Kathy Grainger … has one older sister, Lizz, who currently swims for Tufts University … enrolled in First Year of Studies.

THE HEIDKAMP FILE: Six-time letterwinner at Hinsdale Central (Ill.) in water polo (two) and swimming (four) … All-American in the 200 medley relay (four times), 100 fly (three times), 200 free relay (two times) and the 400 relay (two times) … placed at the state meet in the 100 fly three times - junior year (third), senior year (fifth) and sophomore year (sixth) … four-time all-state and all-conference selection … current record holder in the 100 fly, 200 fly, 200 medley and freestyle relays for the Westmont Swim Club … named the 2010 Eileen McMenamin

Award Winner for Westmont Swim Club … named team captain junior and senior seasons … voted most valuable player of the season for swimming twice and once for water polo at Hinsdale Central … full name is Genevieve Marie Heidkamp … born in Downers Grove, lll. to Susan and Terrence Heidkamp … has two sisters and one brother … grandfather (’52), father (’78) brother, George (’07) and sister, Lisa (’10) attended Notre Dame … enrolled in First Year of Studies.

THE STREEPEY FILE: A four-year letter winner in diving at Highland Park (Texas) … two-time All-American … named to the all-state team on three occasions placing as high as third … earned a sectional and regional championship on three occasions … has had an undefeated dual meet season all four years … broke the Texas Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association’s diving record freshman year and broke her own record the next three years … led her team to a 4A University Interscholastic League regional and district championship all four years … led team to a state championship freshman, sophomore and senior

seasons … set a record for most consecutive state championships won by any sport with 10 … member if the Mustangs in the Sun Club team … ranked nationally for six years … member of the National Honor Society, National Science Honor Society and National Spanish Honor Society … earned the College Board AP Scholar Award and the 2012 Academic All-American Athlete honors … full name is Lindsey Moore Streepey … born in Austin, Texas to Mike and Jean Streepey … has one older sister, Katie … mother, Jean was a diver for Southern Methodist University … enrolled in First Year of Studies.

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Fighting Irish

Coaching Staff

Notre Dame’s 2012-13 coaching staff (left-right): Assistant coach Kate Kovenock, head coach Brian Barnes, volunteer assistant coach Josh Skube and head diving coach Caiming Xie.


Head Coach Brian Barnes Head Coach 5th Season Indiana ‘95

Brian Barnes joined the University of Notre Dame as head of the women’s swimming and diving program in August 2008 after serving as an assistant coach at Auburn since 2005. “It’s an absolute honor to be here at Notre Dame,” Barnes said at his hiring. “My coaching career has now gone full circle, beginning as a club coach for 10-year-olds and practicing at (Notre Dame’s) Rolfs Aquatic Center to being the head coach here.” “This school is one of the finest academic institutions in the world, and I certainly believe that you also can have high levels of success here at Notre Dame in women’s swimming and diving.”

Diver Jenny Chiang also turned in an impressive year as she won the BIG EAST 3-meter crown for the third year in a row and advanced to the NCAA Championships in both the 1-meter and 3-meter diving events, finishing 17th in the 1-meter, just one spot away from earning All-America honors. Overall the team earned 33 all-BIG EAST scrolls and seven titles (five individual, two relays) among 10 student-athletes on their way to a second place finish for the second year in a row. Three school records fell in 2012 including the 200 back (Ryan), 200 IM (Reaney) and 400 freestyle relay (Ryan, Prestinario, Bessire, Reaney). In his first two years with the Irish, Barnes helped secure the 14th and 15th consecutive BIG EAST titles in 2009 and 2010. The streak is

During his time with the Irish, Barnes has continued the program’s winning ways as evidenced by a strong 2011-12 season in which two student-athletes earned All-America honors, 10 received all-BIG EAST accolades and eight earned a spot at the U.S. Olympic Trials. Highlighting the season were sophomore Kelly Ryan and freshman Emma Reaney. Ryan received seven all-BIG EAST scrolls, won four events (two individual and two relay), was named an All-American in the 200 back and swam three events at the Olympic Trials, while Reaney earned all-BIG EAST honors in seven events, won four BIG EAST championships (two individual and two relay), was named an honorable mention All-American in three events (100 and 200 breast, 200 IM) and competed in four events at the Olympic Trials, including a semifinal appearance in the 200 IM. Reaney also earned a spot in Sports Illustrated’s Faces In The Crowd for the Jan. 16th edition and earned BIG EAST Swimmer of the Week three times.

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the longest in BIG EAST history regardless of sport. For his efforts, he earned BIG EAST Coach of the Year both seasons. During those campaigns, the program brought home 18 championships (five relay and 13 individual) 13 second-place finishes (two relay and 11 individual) and nine thirdplace finishes (two relay and seven individual). All totaled, Irish student-athletes claimed 67 All-BIG EAST awards in 2009 and 2010. During that time span, junior diver Natalie Stitt earned BIG EAST Most Outstanding Diver accolades in 2009 after winning the one and three-meter dives, while junior Samantha Maxwell claimed BIG EAST Most Outstanding Swimmer honors in 2010 after having a hand in four titles (100 and 200 breast, 200 and 400 medley relay).


Barnes also coached a pair of All-Americans in Maxwell and Amywren Miller. Maxwell earned All-America honors in the 100 breast and honorable mention in the 200 breast as a sophomore in 2009 and honorable mention in the 100 breast as a junior in 2010. Miller received All-America accolades as a junior in 2010 in the 50 free. Stitt advanced to nationals in 2009 in the one-meter dive. Six swimmers participated in the 2009 World Championship Trials. Despite claiming second at the 2011 BIG EAST Championships, thus ending Notre Dame’s dominant streak, the Irish racked up the accolades, winning seven titles, two relay and five individual, and earning 29 All-BIG EAST scrolls. Maxwell returned to the NCAA Championships in 2011, and was joined by sophomore Kim Holden, who competed in three events. During the summer of 2011, five Notre Dame swimmers, including incoming freshman Bridget Casey, competed at the ConocoPhillips National Championships. For her efforts in the 200 fly, Casey earned a spot on the USA Swimming National Junior Team. A summary of accolades involving the Notre Dame women’s swimming and diving during Barnes’ tenure include three All-Americans, five honorable mention All-Americans, eight NCAA qualifiers among six athletes in 21 events, two BIG EAST team titles, 32 BIG EAST combined relay and individual titles, 129 All-BIG EAST honors, two BIG EAST Coach of the Year awards, one BIG EAST Most Outstanding Swimmer award and one BIG EAST Most Outstanding Diver award. The Irish currently own six BIG EAST meet records (100 back, 100 and 200 breast, 200 IM, 400 medley relay and three-meter dive) that were set during Barnes tenure. Sixteen of the 21 school records have fallen during Barnes time with the program. In addition to stellar performance in the pool, the Irish program has enjoyed their top four semesters of highest team grade point average under Barnes guidance.

In 2011, Barnes created and ran the first annual Coaches vs. Cancer Fighting Irish Swim Clinic. The clinic saw almost 100 kids age 8-18 participate and raised more than $5,000 towards the local RiverBend Cancer Services and the American Cancer Society. Barnes and the rest of the Irish swimming and diving team topped their performance in 2012, raising over $20,000 with the help of Olympic gold medalist Tyler McGill, who coached at the meet, and a $10,000 donation from Notre Dame football head coach Bryan Kelly’s foundation Kelly Cares. Before coming to Notre Dame, the Osceola, Ind., native helped guide both the Auburn men’s and women’s swimming teams to NCAA Championships in 2006 and 2007. The men won the Southeastern Conference meet three times from 2006-08, while the women picked up a pair of league titles during that span. In 2008, Auburn’s men placed fifth at the NCAA meet, with the women posting a runner-up performance. Overall, Barnes helped mentor 291 AllAmericans in his three years as an assistant, including 11 individual and six relay titles between the two teams. In the SEC, the women produced 15 individual titles and eight relay titles during Barnes three seasons, while the men had 12 individual and relay titles. Barnes spent three seasons (2002-05) as the assistant men’s swimming coach at his alma mater, Indiana University. He helped coach the 2005 Hoosiers to their highest finish at the NCAA Championships since 1991 and their first 10-win dual meet season since 1985. In 2005, Indiana garnered 29 All-America honors, the most since 1976, and finished second at the Big Ten Conference Championships. In 2004, the Hoosiers had five All-Americans and finished 17th at the NCAA Men’s Championships. Overall, Barnes helped tutor 93 All-Americans and seven Big Ten champions while with the Hoosiers. Barnes was a highly accomplished swimmer during his career at Indiana from 1992-95. He was a two-time All-American and a fivetime honorable mention All-American. His school record in the 400 Individual Medley

THE BARNES FILE

1989-96 • Indiana Swimming Male Swimmer of the Year (89, 95) • USA Swimming National Team (89, 92) • Olympic Trials Qualifier (92, 96) 1992-95 • Swimmer – Indiana University • Two-time All-American • Five-time Honorable Mention All-American • Team Captain – Senior Year 2000-02 • Assistant Coach, University of Kansas 2002-05 • Assistant Coach, Indiana University 2005-08 • Assistant Coach, Auburn University 2008-current • Head Coach, University of Notre Dame • 2009, 2010 BIG EAST Coach of the Year stood for more than 15 years from 1992 until 2007. A two-time team most valuable swimmer, he served as team captain during his senior campaign. The two-time Indiana Swimming Male Swimmer of the Year (1989, 1995) was also a member of the USA Swimming National Team in 1989 and 1992. Barnes was a U.S. Olympic Trials qualifier in 1992 and 1996. A 1995 graduate of Indiana, Barnes earned a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and is a level-4 certified member of the American Swimming Coaches Association. Following graduation, Barnes got into coaching with the local Michiana Marlins, a USA Swimming club team that practices in the Rolfs Aquatic Center on the campus of Notre Dame. He was the assistant coach for two seasons at the University of Kansas and the head coach of the Lawrence (Kan.) Aquahawks swim club from 1998-2002 before heading to his alma mater for three seasons. Barnes, the father of Jack and Caroline, lives in South Bend.

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Diving Coach Caiming Xie Head Diving Coach 17th Season Beijing Institute of Physical Education ‘85

Now in the 35th year of his career as a diving coach, Caiming Xie has helped his protégés win BIG EAST titles, All-America honors and gold medals. A proven winner, Caiming’s experience reaches all over the world and he is in his 17th season as head women’s and men’s diving coach at Notre Dame. During his tenure, he has molded four of the top divers ever to compete for the Irish – Jenny Chiang, Heather Mattingly, Meghan PerryEaton and Natalie Stitt – who have combined for 11 BIG EAST titles, nine appearances in the NCAA Championships, nine All-America citations and four BIG EAST Most Outstanding Diver awards. One of the foursome holds all of the Notre Dame and Rolfs Aquatics Center diving records and both of the BIG EAST 3-meter diving records. For his efforts, Caiming, the first full-time diving coach in Notre Dame history, has been named the BIG EAST’s top diving coach on six occasions, claiming the top honor in 1999, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2009. Most recently, Caiming coached Jenny Chiang to a three-peat in the BIG EAST 3-meter dive from 2010-12. Chiang also upped the league’s meet record to 337.40 points and finished 17th at the NCAA Championships in 2012 in the 1-meter discipline, just one spot away from earning All-America honors. Before Chiang, Natalie Stitt won the 2009 BIG EAST Championships Most Outstanding Diver honor as Stitt swept the 1- and 3-meter events at the league meet. She went on to finish 32nd at the NCAA Championships in both events. Caiming helped coach a United States squad that claimed six medals at the 2009 World University Games in Belgrade, Serbia. Caiming again coached at the World University Games in Shenzhen, China. In 2006, Caiming molded two women’s divers into all-BIG EAST performers in the 3-meter event, as Lucy Hirt was the runner up while her teammate, Tara Hyer, placed third in

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the same event at the BIG EAST Championships. For his efforts, Caiming captured his fourth BIG EAST Coach of the Year Award. Just two seasons later, Hyer was third off the 3-meter board at the league meet while Natalie Stitt claimed the title in that event and placed third off the 1-meter board. From 2003-05, Perry-Eaton turned in the most impressive two-year stretch ever by an Irish diver, as she was beaten just one time during the regular season before sweeping the springboard events at the 2004 and 2005 BIG EAST Championships en route to being tabbed the meet’s top diver. Perry-Eaton was the first Notre Dame diver ever to win a title at the NCAA Zone C Championships in 2004, taking first off the 1-meter board. At the NCAA Championships, she delivered the highest-ever finish for a Notre Dame swimmer or diver, taking third in that event, ending up just 3.30 points behind the national champion to become an All-American. She followed up with a fifth-place finish in 1-meter diving at the 2005 NCAA meet. In 2002-03, Perry-Eaton became the first Notre Dame diver - and first non-University of Miami diver since 1996 - to win a BIG EAST championship, placing first in the 1-meter competition. She also was second on the 3-meter board and was named the BIG EAST’s top diver - her first of three consecutive diver-of-the-year awards. Perry-Eaton then qualified for the NCAA Championships, where she placed ninth in the 1-meter event and 20th on the 3-meter board to earn honorable mention All-America honors. Mattingly was the first Irish diver to earn All-America honors, as she was a four-time honorable mention selection before being named an All-American in 3-meter action in 2002 with an eighth- place finish. Mattingly was the first Notre Dame diver to qualify for the NCAA Division I Championships, and she earned bids to the meet in each of her four collegiate campaigns. Mattingly also had a great deal of success in the NCAA zone meet, taking second in 1-meter action in 1999, in addition to thirdplace results in 3-meter competition in both 1999 and 2002. Before coming to Notre Dame, Caiming was the head diving coach for three years at Toledo, earning Mid-American Conference Diving Coach of the Year laurels in each of his last two seasons. Prior to his stint with the Rockets, Caiming was an assistant coach for the 1991-92 season at Pittsburgh. Boasting a wealth of international experience on his résumé, Caiming served as the 1980 Chinese Olympic diving coach. He also was a

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technical consultant for United States Diving since 1994 and has held clinics and presentations for the United States Diving national team. The Chinese national team coach from 1977-90, Caiming coached Sun Shu-Wei, a gold medalist in the men’s platform competition at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, Spain, and Zhu Jin- Hong, who finished fourth in the women’s platform in Barcelona. Caiming’s divers also have earned medals at the Asian Games, World Cup, World University Games, and World Championships. A competitive diver in his own right, Caiming won the springboard competition at the Asian Games in 1974 and earned first place in the platform and second in the springboard competition at the National Games of China in 1975. A 1985 graduate of the Beijing Institute of Physical Education, he also won numerous Chinese diving championships on the national level. Caiming and his wife, Ping Tong, have one son, Tong, who graduated from Notre Dame in 2003 after a successful career as an Irish diver.

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1977-90  Diving Coach, Chinese Olympic and National Team • Two-time Chinese National Diving Coach of the Year (1986, 1987) 1991-92 Assistant Diving Coach, University of Pittsburgh 1992-95 Head Diving Coach, University of Toledo •  Two-time Mid-American Conference Diving Coach of the Year 1995 - current Head Diving Coach, University of Notre Dame • 1999, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2009 BIG EAST Diving Coach of the Year


Assistant Coach Kate Kovenock Assistant Coach Fourth Season Connecticut College ‘05

Kate Kovenock was named assistant coach for the Notre Dame women’s swimming and diving team in the spring of 2009 after serving as an assistant coach for the men’s and women’s teams at Division III powerhouse Kenyon College. “Kate’s hire was a true search and a true hire,” said head coach Brian Barnes. “That’s not common in the coaching community, but it was very clear to me that Kate was the right person for our program and for the University. She is very bright and has great instincts. When we met I knew immediately that she used her time at Kenyon well. She has an understanding of the level of effort it takes to compete at a championship level and the pace required to be competitive from year-to-year.” “When Coach Barnes offered me the position, I accepted without hesitation,” said Kovenock. “My excitement at the prospect of joining Barnes’ staff and to coach at Notre Dame was – and continues to be – impossible to hide. Barnes and I believe in the potential that exists at Notre Dame. It is an honor to share the responsibility to continue to raise the national profile of the Notre Dame women’s swimming and diving program.” During her time with the Irish Kovenock has been a key asset to a program that has continued it’s successful history under fifth year head coach Brian Barnes. 2011-12 was no different as two studentathletes earned All-America honors, 10 received all-BIG EAST accolades and eight earned a spot at the U.S. Olympic Trials. Highlighting the season were sophomore Kelly Ryan and freshman Emma Reaney. Ryan received seven all-BIG EAST scrolls, won four events (two individual and two relay), was named an All-American in the 200 back and swam three events at the Olympic Trials, while Reaney earned all-BIG EAST honors in seven events, won four BIG EAST championships (two individual and two relay), was named an honorable mention All-American in three events

(100 and 200 breast, 200 IM) and competed in four events at the Olympic Trials, including a semifinal appearance in the 200 IM. Reaney also earned a spot in Sports Illustrated’s Faces In The Crowd for the Jan. 16th edition and earned BIG EAST Swimmer of the Week three times. Overall, Irish swimmers earned 30 all-BIG EAST scrolls and six titles (four individual, two relays) among 8 student-athletes on their way to a second place finish for the second year in a row. Three school records fell in 2012 including the 200 back (Ryan), 200 IM (Reaney) and 400 freestyle relay (Ryan, Prestinario, Bessire, Reaney). During her first two years with Notre Dame Kovenock also helped tutor Irish standouts Samantha Maxwell, Amy Wren Miller and Kim Holden. Maxwell, the 2010 BIG EAST Most Outstanding Swimmer after having a hand in four titles (100 and 200 breast, 200 and 400 medley relay), earned All-America honors in the 100 breast and honorable mention in the 200 breast as a sophomore in 2009 and honorable mention in the 100 breast as a junior in 2010. She also competed at the NCAAs in 2011. Miller received All-America accolades as a junior in 2010 in the 50 free, while Holden competed in three events at the 2011 NCAA Championships. During Kovenock’s first season in 2010, the Irish won their 15th and final BIG EAST title in a row to extend the longest streak in league history regardless of sport. Away from competitive action, Kovenock has helped plan and organize with Barnes two Coaches vs. Cancer Fighting Irish Swim Clinics that have raised over $25,000 for RiverBend Cancer Services and the American Cancer Society. During Kovenock’s four years at Kenyon, the women’s program won three NCAA Championships (2007, 2008, 2009), the men’s program won four NCAA Champions (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009), and Kenyon swimmers earned over 240 All-American awards in NCAA competition. “(While at Kenyon) I learned a tremendous amount about life and work behind the scenes of an established championship team,” said Kovenock. “Regardless of what a team or an athlete or a coach has accomplished in past years, you have to be willing to redefine the standard. We’re trying to maximize potential in all that we do. It comes down to consistently recognizing and capitalizing on the opportunities that are in front of us everyday. My passion and belief in Notre Dame is tied directly to that philosophy. The opportunities that exist at the

University of Notre Dame are unparalleled. If we recruit student-athletes with the right talent, belief, and desire, the Notre Dame swimming and diving program can do something special.” On deck at Kenyon, Kovenock worked under legendary head coach Jim Steen and was given specific training responsibilities with the men’s and women’s sprint groups. Over the course of four years, a Kenyon swimmer won the 50 freestyle NCAA title twice (2007, 2009) and the NCAA record, which still stands today, was broken once (2009). In addition to her coaching duties, Kovenock coordinated recruiting for the women’s program. After back-to-back NCAA runner-up finishes in 2005 and 2006, the swimmers recruited during Kovenock’s tenure sparked a resurgence for the women’s program, playing key roles in Kenyon’s three titles from 2007-09. As a sprinter at Connecticut College (Div. III), Kovenock captured an individual NCAA Championship in the 50 free (2004) and earned 11 individual NCAA All-American awards (2002 – 2005). At the conference level, she went undefeated in the 50 and 100 freestyle events over her four years. Kovenock’s collegiate career was marked by academic accolades as well. Graduating with a B.A. in honors philosophy, Kovenock was an Academic All-American during each of her four years and was named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All- American Team during both her junior and senior years.

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Support Staff Josh Skube Volunteer Assistant Coach 13th Season Indiana ‘98

Josh Skube is in his 13th season as a volunteer assistant coach for Notre Dame swimming and diving, returning to the women’s program in 2011-12 after six years with the Fighting Irish men. Also in his 13th year as a faculty member in the physical education department, Skube assists in all aspects of home practices and meets, while traveling with the team to away meets.

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Skube swam collegiately for Ball State University from 1994- 96 before earning a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology (‘98) and a master’s degree in exercise physiology from Indiana University. A member of the American College of Sport Medicine, Skube also has served as an assistant coach for Bloomington North High School (1999-2000) and the Duneland Swim Club (1995-97). Known for his deep technical knowledge of the sport, he also has been published in SwimTechnique magazine. A distance freestyle specialist, Skube hails from Chesterton, Ind., and swam for Chesterton High School, earning team MVP honors in leading the Trojans to Duneland Conference titles in his final two seasons. Skube comes from a family with strong Notre Dame roots, as his father Thomas (‘70), uncle Charles (‘60), and cousins Mara (‘86) and Steve (‘90) are all graduates of the University. Born Nov. 30, 1975, in Crown Point, Ind., Skube

and his wife, Susan, live in South Bend with their daughters, Ivie and Addison.

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Season In Review

As a freshman in 2011-12, Emma Reaney earned three Honorable Mention All-America scrolls and was a seven-time all-BIG EAST performer.


Season In Review 2012 was a big year for the Notre Dame swimming and diving program. They started things off with a bang by winning the 47th annual Dennis Stark Relays and continued on to place fourth at the Ohio State Invitational at the beginning of December. The Irish fought hard and came in second at the BIG EAST Championship meet, while three swimmers continued on to the NCAA Championships in Auburn, Ala., bringing home four All-America certificates. Here are just a few of the many highlights of the 2011-12 season: The Fighting Irish started their 2011-12 season off right with a win at the 47th annual Dennis Stark Relay meet. Competing against Oakland, Michigan, Valparaiso, Illinois State and TCU, the Irish won seven swimming and two diving relays. Two meet records were broken this time around: the 200 free relay was bettered by the Irish with a time of 1:35.01, and the TCU Horned Frogs dropped the 400 free relay time down to 3:28.36. The Irish won the 400-yard free relay, 800-yard free relay, 400-yard IM relay, 300-yard butterfly relay, 300-yard back relay, 300-yard breaststroke relay and the 200-yard medley relay, as well as both the 1-meter and 3-meter diving relays for a decisive victory at Rolfs Aquatic Center. In their last meet of 2011, the Irish traveled to Columbus, Ohio for the Ohio State Invitational, where they finished fourth with 718 points. Senior Amy Prestinario and sophomore Christen McDonough earned spots at the 2012 summer U.S. Olympic trials in the 100 fly and 100 breast, respectively. Emma Reaney blew past the competition in the 200 IM, setting a new school and meet record with her 1:57.67 time on the first day. Elsewhere during the first day of competition, the 400-yard medley relay team capped the day off by winning with an NCAA B-cut time of 3:39.59. On Day two, Reaney continued her winning streak by touching in first in the 400 IM with a time of 4:12.19. Just a mere .12 seconds away from shattering this school record as well, and she went on to take third in the 100 breast at 1:02.21. Fellow teammate Kelly Ryan impressed as well, touching in second in the 100 back with a time of 54.20. Ryan and Reaney were two of the four members of the 800 free relay team (the other two being

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Suzanne Bessire and Prestinario) that claimed third, posting a time of 7:21.79. Diver Jenny Chiang also earned points for the Irish in the 3-meter dive, placing second with a score of 310.65. Chiang finished second on the first day of competition in the 1-meter diving event with a tally of 293.30, ahead of fellow Irish diver Allison Casareto, who placed third with 285.10 points. On the final day of competition, freshman Erin Foley placed second in the 1,650 free with a time of 16:46.61, beating out the third place finisher by over five seconds. Ryan placed second in both the 200 back and 100 free, with times of 1:55.66 and 49.62. Emma Reaney took second in the 200 breast with a time of 2:12.37, followed closely by Lauren Stauder in third at 2:13.05. The 400 free relay team of Prestinario, Ryan, Reaney and Hannah Bowen closed out the meet with an NCAA B-cut time of 3:20.93, placing third. Over winter break, Jenny Chiang had a larger splash than normal, using her diving expertise to land in fifth place at the USA 3M Diving Winter National Championship Preliminaries. She went on to the Championships the next week, and placed into the quarterfinals. Throughout her career at Notre Dame, Chiang has come to represent the face of Irish Diving with her continued successes on both the 1M and 3M dives. Chiang finished out the 2011-12 season by winning her third BIG EAST title in the 3M dive and placing 3rd at the BIG EAST Championship 1M dive event. At the NCAA Diving Championships, Chiang finished just two points shy of qualifying for the finals and earning All-America honors in the 1-M dive. To start off 2012, freshman sensation Emma Reaney was showcased in Sports Illustrasted’s “Faces in the Crowd”. This weekly feature has been a part of the Sports Illustrated magazine since 1956, and serves to highlight amateur athletes around the country and their impressive feats. Reaney was featured in the January 16th issue and at the time of its issue, Reaney was 8-0 for the season in IM competition. The article points out that she finished in the top-four in seven events at the Ohio State Invitational. Reaney would continue to have an impressive second half of the season, breaking school records at several meets, earning seven all-BIG EAST scrolls at the BIG EAST Championships and earning Honorable Mention All-America

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Junior Jenny Chiang won her third BIG EAST 3-meter title in a row in 2012.

accolades in the 200 IM, 100 breast and 200 breast events at the NCAA Championships. At the BIG EAST Championship meet at the University of Pittsburgh, several swimmers and divers gave spectacular performances at Trees Pool, and it showed in the final results. In diving, freshman Allison Casareto placed second in the 1-meter event with a score of 283.80, while junior Jenny Chiang placed third with 280.80 points. Both earned all-BIG EAST accolades in this event, but Chiang went on to impress in the 3-meter dive. She extended her diving dominance by winning the event for a third-straight year, cementing her legacy on the Fighting Irish diving team. Chiang is the sixth individual to win three BIG EAST titles in the same event, and merely the second diver to do so. In the swimming portion of the meet, the Irish relay teams fought to set the bar high on the first day, starting with the 800 free and 200 medley relay teams both placing third. Swimming in the 800 were Amy Prestinario, Kelly Ryan, Suzanne Bessire and Emma Reaney, who finished with a time of 7:15.31 and earned all-BIG EAST recognition. In the 200 medley relay, swimmers Kim Holden, Reaney, Sarah


Senior Amy Prestinario earned six all-BIG EAST scrolls in 2012 including titles in the 400 free and medley relays.

Dotzel and Prestinario out-touched UConn’s team with a time of 1:40.94 to also earn all-BIG EAST recognition. In day two of the meet, Reaney astounded spectators and coaches alike as she breezed through the 200 IM with a time of 1:56.42, setting a Notre Dame, meet, and pool record time. In the 200 free relay event a photo finish was required to verify that Louisville’s team did indeed outtouch Notre Dame by a mere .18 seconds. Notre Dame’s team of Ryan, Prestinario, Hannah Bowen and Lauren Scott recorded a time of 1:31.65, the fastest for any Irish 200 free relay team all year. Continuing their streak of BIG EAST success, on day three the 400 medley relay team won their fourth consecutive BIG EAST title in the event with a time of 3:36.28. This was Notre Dame’s 11th 400 medley relay title in its 17 years in the BIG EAST. Swimming in the event were Ryan (backstroke), Reaney (breaststroke), Holden (butterfly) and Prestinario (freestyle). Reaney later went on that same day to win the 100 breast with a time of 59.85, while Holden had impressive performances in the 100 fly and 100 back: she

placed third in both with identical times of 54.41. In the 200 free, Ryan placed second with a time of 1:47.04 and Bessire touched in third at 1:48.02. On the final day of competition, Irish swimmers heated up the pool in multiple events. Ryan won the 200 back title with a new Trees Pool record and season-best time of 1:55.56; she then came back for an impressive double victory in the 100 free with a time of 49.38. Prestinario came in second in the 100 free with a time of 50.12. Reaney also showed up to compete and took second in the 200 breast, touching in at 2:11.42. The 400 free relay team became repeat champions as Ryan, Prestinario, Bessire and Reaney not only won the event in 3:18.93, but set a new school record in the process, out-swimming their competitors by close to three full seconds. When all the points were tallied, the Fighting Irish came in second with 593.5 points. Notre Dame sent three team members to the NCAA Championships for the 17th straight season in 2011-12. Swimming for the Irish were freshman Emma Reaney and sophomore Kelly Ryan, and appearing in her first NCAA meet was junior diver Jenny

Chiang, who qualified for the 1-meter but also dove in the 3-meter. Chiang was the first diver to compete in the NCAA Championships for the Irish since Natalie Stitt dove in the 1-meter event in 2009. Chiang missed qualifying for the finals in the 1-meter dive by two points, coming in 17th. Ryan went on to earn her first AllAmerica accolade in the 200 back with a time of 1:54.16, as she finished seventh overall. Reaney became an overnight sensation on the first night of competition, setting a new school record in the 200 IM with a time of 1:55.67. She won her first honorable mention All-America citation in the event, but continued to impress in both the 100 and 200 breast. In the 100, she placed 11th overall with a time of 59.81, and in the 200 she placed 14th with a time of 2:09.73. She won two more honorable mention All-America citations, bringing her total to three. Reaney became only the fifth swimmer ever to win 3 or more AllAmerica accolades in the history of the Irish’s program. Ryan, Reaney and Chiang earned the Irish 30 points, which put them 22nd at the meet. The finish was the best for the Irish since 2005.

Sophomore Kelly Ryan earned All-America honors in the 200 back after earning seven all-BIG EAST scrolls in February at the BIG EAST Championships.

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Top Performances 50 Free 1. Kelly Ryan 2. Hannah Bowen 3. Kelly Ryan 4. Hannah Bowen 5. Amy Prestinario

23.17 23.19 23.21 23.27 23.30

200 Back 12.02.11 2.15.12 12.02.11 12.02.11 2.15.12

1. Kelly Ryan 2. Kelly Ryan 3. Kelly Ryan 4. Kelly Ryan 5. Kelly Ryan

100 Free 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kelly Ryan Kelly Ryan Kelly Ryan Kelly Ryan Kelly Ryan

49.38 49.62 49.68 49.95 49.97

Kelly Ryan Kelly Ryan Suzanne Bessire Suzanne Bessire Suzanne Bessire

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Gracie Fredlake Gracie Fredlake Gracie Fredlake Jaime Malandra Jaime Malandra

1:47.04 1:47.61 1:48.02 1:48.93 1:49.05

2.15.12 12.02.11 3.15.12 2.15.12 12.02.11

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Emma Reaney Emma Reaney Emma Reaney Emma Reaney Emma Reaney

2.15.12 2.15.12 2.15.12 2.15.12 12.02.11

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Emma Reaney Emma Reaney Emma Reaney Emma Reaney Emma Reaney

2.15.12 12.02.11 2.15.12 12.02.11 12.02.11

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kim Holden Kim Holden Sarah Dotzel Sarah Dotzel Amy Prestinario

10:17.19 10.02.11 10:17.47 10..28.11 10:17.75 10.15.11 10:19.78 10.15.11 10:20.45 1.14.12

16:46.61 17:06.20 17:11.86 17:27.48 17:29.76

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Bridget Casey Bridget Casey Bridget Casey Bridget Casey Bridget Casey

25.44 25.72 26.35 26.43 26.53

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1. Emma Reaney 2. Emma Reaney 3. Emma Reaney 4. Emma Reaney 5. Emma Reaney

2.15.12 12.02.11 1.14.12 10.28.11 10.21.11

1. Emma Reaney 2. Emma Reaney 3. Emma Reaney 4. Gracie Fredlake 5. Emma Reaney

Kelly Ryan Kelly Ryan Kelly Ryan Kelly Ryan Kelly Ryan

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53.32 53.41 53.60 53.83 54.19

54,34 54.41 54..55 54.75 55.34

2.15.12 2.15.12 2.15.12 2.15.12 12.02.11

1:59.22 1:59.80 1:59.82 1:59.96 1:59.97

2.15.12 2.25.12 2.15.12 12.02.11 12.02.11

2.15.12 3.15.12 12.02.11 2.25.12 2.25.12

1. Jenny Chiang 2. Jenny Chiang 3. Jenny Chiang 4. Jenny Chiang 5. Allison Casareto

1:55.67 1:56.09 1:56.42 1:57.67 1:58.47

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400 IM

100 Back 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

3.15.12 3.15.12 2.15.12 2.15.12 12.02.11

200 IM

50 Back

1. Kim Holden 2. Kelly Ryan 3. Sarah Dotzel 4. Sarah Dotzel 5. Sarah Dotzel

2:09.73 2:09.90 2:11.42 2:12.14 2:12.37

200 Fly

1,650 Free 1. Erin Foley 2. Jaime Malandra 3. Erin Foley 4. Jaime Malandra 5. Jaime Malandra

3.15.12 2.15.12 2.15.12 3.15.12 1.14.12

100 Fly

1,000 Free 1. Bridget Casey 2. Erin Foley 3. Bridget Casey 4. Jaime Malandra 5. Bridget Casey

59.81 59.83 59.85 59.88 1:01.10

200 Breast

500 Free 4:51.88 4:52.89 4:53.69 4:53.99 4:54.72

1-meter Diving (11 Dives) 3.15.12 3.15.12 2.15.12 12.02.11 2.15.12

100 Breast

200 Free 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1:53.67 1:54.16 1:55.56 1:55.66 1:56.25

4:12.19 4:15.14 4:19.13 4:19.19 4:19.59

12.02.11 12.02.11 1.14.12 2.15.12 1.27.12

1. Allison Casareto 2. Allison Casareto 3. Jordan Russell

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3-meter Diving (6 Dives) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Jenny Chiang Jenny Chiang Jenny Chiang Allison Casareto Jenny Chiang

1. 2. 3. 4.

Allison Casareto Allison Casareto Jordan Russell Jordan Russell

348.53 342.83 330.83 326.77 313.10

10.21.11 1.21.12 1.27.12 1.21.12 1.14.12

3-meter Diving (11 Dives) 261.35 247.45 235.45 228.95

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200 Medley Relay 1. Holden/Reaney Dotzel/ Prestinario

1:40.94

2.15.12

400 Medley Relay 1. Ryan/ Reaney Holden/ Prestinario

3:36.28

2.15.12

200 Free Relay 1. Ryan/Prestinario Bowen/Scott

1:31.65

2.15.12

400 Free Relay 1. Ryan/Prestinario Bessire/ Reaney

3:18.93

2.15.12

800 Free Relay 1. Prestinario/Ryan Bessire/ Reaney

7:15.31

2.15.12

Individual Bests Emily Barton (SR) 200 Free 50 Back 100 Back 100 Breast 200 Breast 100 Fly 200 Fly 200 IM

1-meter Diving (6 Dives) 313.28 313.05 308.93 308.80 304.12

283.80 263.30 211.40

1:55.13 29.65 1:02.36 1:09.53 2:27.51 57.26 2:03.94 2:04.03

12.2.11 10.15.11 10.14.11 10.28.11 10.21.11 12.02.11 2.15.12 2.15.12

Suzanne Bessire (FR) 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free 500 Free 50 Back 100 Back 100 Fly 200 Fly

23.98 50.46 1:48.02 5:03.41 27.60 59.83 58.53 2:04.27

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Hannah Bowen (FR) 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free 100 Fly

23.19 51.13 1:53.66 1:02.07

Molly Geraghty (FR) 2.15.12 2.15.12 2.15.12 1.27.12

Allison Casareto (FR) 1-meter 6 dives 1-meter 11 dives 3-meter 6 dives 3-meter 11 dives

304.12 283.80 326.77 261.35

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Bridget Casey (FR) 200 Free 500 Free 1000 Free 100 Fly 200 Fly 200 IM 400 IM

1:54.87 4:55.02 10:17.19 56.46 1:59.22 2:10.92 4:21.45

2..04.12 12.02.11 10.21.11 12.02.11 2.15.12 1.21.12 2.15.12

Jenny Chiang (JR) 1-meter 6 dives 3-meter 6 dives

313.28 348.53

10.21.11 10.21.11

Sarah Dotzel (SO) 50 Free 100 Free 50 Back 100 Back 200 Back 100 Fly 200 Fly 200 IM

25.65 54.15 26.35 55.35 2:03.19 54.55 2:04.18 2:08.95

2.04.12 2.04.12 1.14.12 12.02.11 12.02.11 2.15.12 12.02.11 1.27.12

Erin Foley (FR) 100 Free 200 Free 500 Free 1000 Free 1650 Free 200 Back

56.19 1:52.24 4:54.73 10:17.47 16:46.61 2:06.46

11.12.11 12.02.11 12.02.11 10.28.11 12.02.11 12.02.11

Gracie Fredlake (JR) 100 Free 200 Free 1000 Free 50 Back 100 Back 200 Back 200 IM 400 IM

55.28 1:54.92 10:23.63 27.40 55.90 1:59.88 2:09.37 4:19.19

10.21.11 1.21.12 10.28.11 10.15.11 12.02.11 12.02.11 11.04.11 2.15.12

1-meter 6 dives 3-meter 6 dives

210.97 210.75

Jordan Russell (FR) 2.04.12 2.04.12

Kim Holden (JR) 50 Free 50 Back 100 Back 200 Back 100 Fly

24.87 25.44 54.41 1:58.92 54.34

1.27.12 2.15.12 2.15.12 2.15.12 2.15.12

Kimmie Lisiak (JR) 1-meter 6 dives 3-meter 6 dives

241.27 244.66

10.21.11 1.27.12

1-meter 6 dives 1-meter 11 dives 3-meter 6 dives 3-meter 11 dives

53.40 1:52.00 4:53.99 10:19.78 17:06.20

12.02.11 12.02.11 12.02.11 10.21.11 12.02.11

Mikelle Masciantonio (SO) 50 Free 100 Free 100 Breast 200 Breast 200 IM

23.83 51.82 1:08.35 2:26.57 2:05.20

2.15.12 2.15.12 12.02.11 12.02.11 2.15.12

Christen McDonough (SO) 50 Free 100 Free 100 Breast 200 Breast 100 Fly 100 IM

23.78 57.34 1:02.12 2:13.86 1:02.34 2:07.90

2.15.12 10.21.11 2.15.12 2.15.12 10.21.11 12.02.11

Amy Prestiinario (SR) 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free 100 Fly 200 IM

23.30 50.03 1:49.75 55.34 2:07.50

2.15.12 12.02.11 2.15.12 12.02.11 10.28.11

Emma Reaney (FR) 100 Free 200 Free 1000 Free 100 Back 200 Back 100 Breast 200 Breast 100 Fly 400 IM

52.08 1:51.25 10:23.29 58.48 2:04.59 59.81 2:09.73 55.65 4:12.19

1.21.12 1.21.12 10.28.11 2.04.12 1.21.12 3.15.12 1.21.12 3.15.12 12.02.11

2.04.12 2.15.12 2.04.12 2.15.12

Kelly Ryan (SO) 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free 500 Free 50 Back 100 Back 200 Back

23.17 49.38 1:47.04 2:11.36 25.72 53.32 1:53.67

Jaime Malandra (JR) 100 Free 200 Free 500 Free 1000 Free 1650 Free

261.97 211.40 259.95 235.45

12.02.11 2.15.12 2.15.12 10.28.11 12.02.11 2.15.12 3.15.12

Lauren Scott (JR) 50 Free 100 Free 100 Back 100 Fly 200 Fly 200 IM

23.80 51.18 59.00 55.86 2:06.84 2:03.91

12.02.11 2.15.12 10.28.11 2.15.12 1.21.12 12.02.11

Melissa Scott (FR) 100 Free 200 Free 100 Back 200 Back 200 Breast 100 Fly 200 Fly 200 IM 400 IM

57.22 1:58.39 1:01.37 2:12.40 2:29.95 56.03 2:00.70 2:05.88 4:22.17

10.15.11 10.14.11 1.21.12 10.21.11 1.21.12 2.15.12 12.02.11 12.02.11 2.15.12

Lauren Stauder (SO) 50 Free 100 Free 100 Breast 200 Breast 200 IM

25.81 56.56 1:03.05 2:13.05 2:05.98

12.02.11 10.14.11 12.02.11 12.02.11 12.02.11

Courtney Whyte (FR) 100 Free 500 Free 50 Back 100 Back 200 Back 100 Fly 200 Fly

54.27 5:04.34 26.74 56.07 2:07.60 56.00 2:02.42

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Top Performances

2011-2012 Coach: Brian Barnes Record: 6-6

10.14 Dennis Stark Relays 1st (222) 10.15 vs. Oakland W, 207 - 93 vs. TCU W, 173 - 127 10.21 vs.Auburn L,167 - 125 10.28 at Pittsburgh W, 185 - 115 11.04 at Purdue L, 168 - 131 L, 188-112 11.12 at Louisville 12.2-4 Ohio State Invitational 4th (718) at Michigan L, 180 - 115 1.14 vs. Northwestern L, 156 - 144 1.21 vs. Michigan State W, 218 - 82 1.27-28 -- Shamrock Invitational- vs. Iowa W, 201 - 169 vs. OSU L, 214 - 147 2.4 vs. Ball State W, 143 - 100 2.15-18 BIG EAST Championships 2nd (593.5) (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 02.25 Boiler-Make-It Last Chance -3.08-09 NCAA Zone Diving Championships - (Bloomington, Ind.) 3.15-17 NCAA Championships 22nd (30) (Auburn, Ala.)

BIG EAST Summary

320.90 247.45 235.45

800 Free Relay 3. Prestinario/ Ryan/ Bessire/ Reaney

7:15.31

200 Medley Relay 3. Holden/ Reaney/ Dotzel/ Prestinario 1:40.94

500 Free 12. Grace Fredlake (B final)

200 IM

1. Emma Reaney

4:51.88 1:56.42

50 Free 9 . Hannah Bowen (B final) 10. Amy Prestinario (B final)

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23.19 23.34

400 Free Relay 1. Ryan/ Prestinario/ Bessire/ Reaney

400 IM 5 . Bridget Casey (A final) 9. Grace Fredlake (B final) 11. Melissa Scott (B final)

4:22.07 4:19.19 4:22.17

100 Fly 3. Kim Holden 5. Sarah Dotzel 13. Lauren Scott 15. Melissa Scott 16. Courtney Whyte

54.41 54.55 55.86 56.40 56.53

200 Free 2 . Kelly Ryan 3. Suzanne Bessire

1:47.04 1:48.02

100 Breast 1. Emma Reaney (A final) 9. Christe McDonough (B final) 13. Lauren Stauder (B final)

59.85 1:02.12 1:03.32

100 Back 3. Kim Holden (A final) 13. Courtney White (B final)

1. Ryan/ Reaney/ Holden/ Prestinario 283.80 280.80

3-meter Diving 1. Jenny Chiang (A final) 7. Allison Casareto (A final) 11. Jordan Russell (B final)

1:31.65

54.41 56.38

400 Medley Relay

1-meter Diving 2. Allison Casareto 3. Jennifer Chiang

200 Free Relay

2. Ryan/ Prestinario/ Bowen/ Scott

3:36.28

1650 Free 17. Erin Foley 21. Jaime Malandra 200 Back 1. Kelly Ryan (A final) 8. Kim Holden (A final) 13. Grace Fredlake (B final)

17:11.86 17:29.76 1:55.56 2:01.06 2:01.40

100 Free 1. Kelly Ryan (A final) 2. Amy Prestinario (A final) 5. Suzanne Bessire (A final) 14. Lauren Scott (B final) 16. Hannah Bowen (B final)

49.38 50.012 50.46 51.44 51.58

200 Breast 2. Emma Reaney (A final) 9. Christen McDonough (B final) 10. Lauren Stauder (B final)

2:11.42 2:13.86 2:14.35

200 Fly 4. Bridget Casey (A final) 8. Melissa Scott (A final) 16. Courtney Whyte (B final)

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1:59.22 2:02.38 2:03.73

3:18.93

Irish Awards Jenny Chiang, JR. BIG EAST Champion – 3-meter (3-time champion) All-BIG EAST – 3-meter, 1-meter

Kim Holden, JR. Notre Dame Monogram Club MVP Notre Dame Club of St. Joseph Valley Rockne Student Athlete Award BIG EAST Champion – 400 medley relay (3-time champion) All-BIG EAST – 400 medley relay, 200 medley relay, 100 butterfly, 100 back, 200 back

Amy Prestinario, SR. BIG EAST Champion – 400 medley relay, 400 free relay (2-time champ) All-BIG EAST – 400 medley relay, 400 free relay, 200 200 free relay, 100 free, 800 free relay, 200 medley relay

Kelly Ryan, SO. BIG EAST Champion – 400 medley relay, 400 free relay, 100 free (all, 2-time champion), 200 Back All-BIG EAST – 400 medley relay, 400 free relay, 100 free, 200 back, 200 free, 200 free relay, 800 free relay All-American – 200 back

Lauren Scott, JR.

All-BIG EAST – 200 free relay

Emma Reaney, FR. BIG EAST Champion – 200 IM, 100 breast, 400 medley relay, 400 free relay All-BIG EAST – 200 IM, 100 breast, 400 medley relay, 400 free relay, 200 breast, 800 free relay, 200 medley relay Honorable Mention All-American – 100 breat, 200 breast, 200IM

Sarah Dotzel, SO. All-BIG EAST -- 200 medley relay

Suzanne Bessire, FR. BIG EAST Champion -- 400 free relay All-BIG EAST -- 400 free relay, 800 free relay

Hannah Bowen, FR. All-BIG EAST -- 200 free relay

Allison Casareto, FR. All-BIG EAST -- 1 meter


Graduated Seniors EMILY BARTON 2012 Graduate • 5-9 Breast / IM Scottsdale, Ariz. Desert Mountain AS A SENIOR: Swam primarily in the butterfly and individual medley events for the Irish … competed individually in the BIG EAST Championships, swimming the 100 fly (57.31), 200 fly (2:03.94), and 200 IM (2:04.31) … swam to a personal best time in the 100 fly (57.26) at the Ohio State Invitational … recorded a season-best time in the 200 free (1:55.13) in the same meet … stopped the clock at 2:27.51 in the 200 breast against Auburn … placed fourth against Michigan State in the 200 fly … posted a season-best time in the 100 breast (1:09.53) against Pittsburgh … was a 201112 Rosenthal Leadership Academy participant … earned a Monogram. AS A JUNIOR: Specialized in the fly and individual medley ... turned in best 200 IM (2:05.03), 400 IM (4:27.54) and 200 fly (2:05.66) times at the BIG EAST

Championships ... competed in the finals of the 200 and 400 IM at the BIG EAST Championships ... earned a Monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE: Swam to three season-best times at the BIG EAST Championships ... performances included swims in the final session of the 400 IM (10th - 4:22.87) and 100 fly (10th-2:02.50) and a preliminary session time of 2:02.88 in the 200 IM for eighth place ... set additional season-best times at the Shamrock Invitational, touching the pad in a time of 58.31 in the 100 fly and 1:07.73 in the 100 breast ... top 200 back time came at the Hoosierland Invitational with a finals time of 2:09.29, matching her preliminary time ... collected one top three finish on the dual meet season with a third place finish in the 200 IM against Purdue … earned a Monogram. AS A FRESHMAN: Versatile swimmer who competed in nine different events throughout the season ... closed out her first campaign with the Irish by advancing to the finals in the 200 IM (2:01.25), 400 IM (4:18.95) and 200 fly (2:01.51) at the BIG EAST Championships ... went 2:01.49 in the finals of the 200 IM for a third-place finish ... placed fifth in the 400 IM after a 4:19.63 in the finals while recording the program’s fifthfastest time in the event ... improved her 400 IM performance by more than 15 seconds over the course of the season ... won the team’s Beeler-Hipp award … earned a Monogram.

barton’s Career Bests 100 free 100 breast 100 fly 200 fly 200 IM 400 IM

54.83 (Northwestern/Toledo, 2009) 1:07.73 (Shamrock Invitational, 2010) 57.26 (Ohio State Invitational, 2011) 2:01.51 (BIG EAST, 2009) 2:01.25 (BIG EAST, 2009) 4:18.95 (BIG EAST, 2009)

THE BARTON FILE: Earned All-America honors in each of her four years as a high school student ... four-time state champion, regional champion and all-city performer ... part of the 2005 Junior National Champion squad that set the national record in the 200 free relay ... nine-time Junior National Qualifier and was Arizona’s high school state champion in the 100 breast, 200 IM, 200 medley relay and 400 free relay ... holds the Arizona high school record in the 400 free relay ... attended high school at Desert Mountain (Ariz.) where she was the program’s record holder in the 100 breast and 200 IM ... team captain as a senior ... threetime team MVP ... member of the National Honor Society ... each of her two older sisters - Ann (‘07) and Kelli (‘05) - swam at Notre Dame ... born in Phoenix, Ariz. ... daughter of Kari and Fred Barton ... graduated in the spring of 2012 from the College of Arts and Letters with an English degree and supplementary major in Spanish.

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Graduated Seniors AMY PRESTINARIO 2012 Graduate • 5-8 Free / IM Naperville, Ill. Naperville Central AS A SENIOR: Senior captain who helped lead the team in freestyle … swam the 50 and 100 freestyle individually at the BIG EAST Championships, highlighted by a second place finish and All-BIG EAST honors in the 100 free (50.12) … vital relay member who swam on all three distances of the freestyle relay as well as both medley versions, highlighted by first place finishes in the 400 free relay in school record time (3:18.93) and the 400 medley relay in a Trees Pool (Pittsburgh) record of 3:36.28, earning NCAA B-cuts and All-BIG EAST honors in both … helped the 200 and 800 free relays to earn NCAA B-cuts in those events and also added All-BIG EAST accolades in both as well as the 200 medley relay ... clocked her season-best time in the 100 free at the Ohio State Invitational, earning fifth place and recording an NCAA B-cut time of 50.03 … won the 100 free (50.80) in an important match against league rival Louisville … led the field in the 200 free (1:53.17) to grab gold against TCU and Oakland … showed versatility by winning the 200 IM (2:08.15) against Michigan State … was a 2011-12 Rosenthal Leadership Academy participant … named a co-captain with Lauren Scott prior to the beginning of the season … competed at the U.S. Olympic Trials in the 100 fly and 100 free following graduation … finished T-76th in the 100 fly and 93rd in the 100 free at the long course meet … earned a Monogram. AS A JUNIOR: Specialized in the 50, 100 and 200 freestyle ... competed in all three at the BIG EAST Championships, setting season bests in all three with times of 23.03 in the 50, 50.01 in the 100 and 1:49.33 in the 200 ... swam the lead leg in the 400 freestyle relay as the Irish won the BIG EAST title in a seasonbest 3:19.68 ... also earned All-BIG EAST accolades in the 200 medley and freestyle relays and the 50 and 100 freestyle ... swam final leg of 200 medley relay as team finished

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second in a season-best and NCAA B-cut time of 1:38.97 ... lead leg in 200 free relay as team swam a season-best 1:31.98 to place second ... also claimed second in the 50 free (23.03) ... finished third in the 100 free (50.01) ... won the 200 free (1:54.54) in a dual meet versus Michigan State ... claimed the 50 free (23.75) title in a dual meet versus Ball State ... finished second in the 100 free (50.32) at the Shamrock Invitational ... claimed third in the 100 free (51.80) in a dual meet versus Purdue ... took home third in the 50 (23.82) and 100 (51.49) freestyle events in a dual meet versus Utah ... touched the pad third in the 100 free (51.67) in a meet versus Michigan and Northwestern ... earned a Monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE: Amassed two AllBIG EAST honors as a member of the 200 and 400 free relays, which placed second and third, respectively ... set two personal bests at the league meet, stopping the clock at 50.63 in the 100 free for a sixth-place finish and 23.50 in the preliminary swim of the 50 free ... touched the pad in a time of 1:51.92 in the 200 free and also teamed to finish in fifth place in the 800 free relay at the league meet ... raced to a time of 1:51.87 in the 200 free against league foe Louisville ... the performance was a season-best time ... best dual meet performance of the season came against Michigan, taking third place in both the 200 free and 100 free against the Wolverines ... claimed three of the top 10 100 free times on the season ... swam in 12 individual events, all of which were freestyle events, and was also a key member of the Irish relays throughout the season … earned a Monogram. AS A FRESHMAN: Swam in eight different events throughout the season ... picked up two all-BIG EAST nods after teaming with the 400 free relay and 800 free relay squads for top-three finishes ... the BIG EAST’s first-

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23.03 (BIG EAST 2011) 50.01 (BIG EAST 2011) 1:49.33 (BIG EAST 2011) 4:58.22 (Northwestern/Toledo 2009)

place finishing 800 free relay (7:13.51) tandem also set a school record ... her 400 free relay (3:19.38) quartet placed third while setting a program best ... also swam the 200 IM (2:05.41) and competed in the finals of the 100 free (50.77) and 200 free (1:49.97) at the league meet ... fastest 200 IM (2:04.69) came at the Ohio State Invitational ... competed at World Championship Trials in the 200 IM (long course meter) after going 2:19.27 at the Volunteer Senior Invitational in Knoxville, Tenn. ... shaved nearly three seconds off of her preliminary time (2:22.36) to earn the invitation. Made her 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials cut time shortly after the meet concluded in July, swimming the 200 IM in a time of 2:19.80 … earned a Monogram. THE PRESTINARIO FILE: Excelled in the middle- distance freestyle and individual medley events as a prep at Naperville Central (Ill.) ... claimed a pair of Illinois high school state titles in the 200 IM (2005, 2006) and 200 medley relay (2005, 2006) while racking a championship finish in the 500 free (2006) and the 400 free relay (2004) ... three-time All- American in both the 200 IM and 500 free ... four-time all- conference, all-city and all-state honoree ... three-time conference champion ... four-time team MVP ... fourtime Senior National Qualifier (2005-08) and five-time Junior National Qualifier (2004-08) ... born in Elk Grove Village, Ill. ... daughter of Lisa and Joe Prestinario ... has one younger brother, Matt ... graduated from the College of Arts and Letters in the spring of 2012 as a psychology and sociology double major.


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History & Records

Katie Carroll concluded her Notre Dame career in 2007 as one of the most decorated swimmers in program history. Carroll garnered seven All-America honors and was a 15-time BIG EAST champion.


All-Time Results Team Records Undefeated Seasons 2...............(10-0, 1999-2000 / 10-0, 2001-02) Most Wins (season) 14........................................................1994-95 Longest Winning Streak 16....................... Nov. 4, 2000 – Oct. 26, 2002 Longest Home Winning Streak 18......................Oct. 23, 1998 – Jan. 31, 2002 Most Invitational Titles (season) 4....................... 1989-90 / 2002-02 / 2003-04 Most Points (dual meet/invite) 310........................................Jan. 26-27, 2007 vs. Oakland / Shamrock Invite Largest Margin of Victory (dual meet/ invite) 256 (310-54).........................Jan. 26-27, 2007 vs. Oakland / Shamrock Invite Most Points (dual meet w/one team) 223..................... Oct. 5, 2001 – vs. Pittsburgh 223...................Oct. 31, 2008 – vs. Pittsburgh Largest Margin of Victory (dual meet w/ one team) 146 (223-77)...... Oct. 5, 2001 – vs. Pittsburgh 146 (223-77)....Oct. 31, 2008 – vs. Pittsburgh Most Points (Notre Dame Invitational) 1,822........................................................ 2006 Most Points (Notre Dame / Dennis Stark Relays) 280........................................................... 2008 Most Points (BIG EAST Championships) 829.5........................................................ 2000 Irish Assistant Coaches John Komora.......................................1981-82 Mark Mamula......................................1982-83 John Gibbons......................................1983-85 Tom Streit...................................... 1985-86 (v) Greg Lambert......................................1985-87 Michael Roberts..................................1987-90 Randy Julian........................................1990-95 Michael Whatley.................................1993-94 Rob Fellrath...............................1996-1999 (v) Eva Lupi.....................................1996-1999 (v) Kristin Heath...................................1996-2001 Jonathan Jennings..........................1997-2001 Maureen McFall.........................1999-2000 (v) Josh Skube.................................... 2000-04 (v) Anne Marie Stricklin............................2002-04 Carrie Nixon.........................................2004-05 Joel White........................................2005-2009 Mike Laubacher.........................2006-2008 (v) Will Bernhardt...........................2009-2011 (v) Kate Kovenock............................ 2009-present Josh Skube............ 2000-04, 2012-present (v) Irish Diving Coaches Chris Payne.................................... 1977-79 (v) Fritz Shadley.................. 1978-79 (v), 1980-81 Stephen Bollman................................1985-87 Leigh Anne Grabovez..........................1987-88 Tim Davis.............................................1988-89 Tracy Brennan.....................................1989-92 Adam Hirschfeld..................................1992-94 Caiming Xie................................ 1995-present (v) - volunteer assistant

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Year-by-Year Results Year Coach Captains W L Pct. Conference NCAA 1981-82 Dennis Stark Rita Harrington, Jean Murtaugh 8 3 .727 -- 21st (DIII) 1982-83 Dennis Stark Jean Murtaugh, Sheila Roesler 6 5 .545 -- -1983-84 Dennis Stark Raili Tikki, Karin McCaffrey 6 5 .545 1st -1984-85 Dennis Stark Venette Cochiolo, JoAnn Pearl 11 1 .917 1st -1985-86 Tim Welsh P.J. Amberg, Venette Cochiolo 8 3 .727 1st -1986-87 Tim Welsh P.J. Amberg, Suzanne DeVine, 7 7 .500 -- - Monica Walker 1987-88 Tim Welsh Barbara Byrne, Nancy O’Brien 9 7 .563 1st -1988-89 Tim Welsh Tracy Johnson, Kelly Quinn 6 6 .500 1st -1989-90 Tim Welsh Mary Acampora, Erin Tierney 9 5 .643 1st T-39th 1990-91 Tim Welsh Chrissy Ciletti, Tracie O’Connell 11 6 .647 1st T-31st 1991-92 Tim Welsh Jackie Jones, Shana Stephens 11 7 .611 1st 37th 1992-93 Tim Welsh Susan Bohdan, Jennifer Stumm, 9 2* .792 1st T-30th Tanya Williams 1993-94 Tim Welsh Kristin Heath, Lorrei Horenkamp 9 6 .600 1st T-32nd Jennifer Dahl, Cara Garvey, 14 1 .933 1st -1994-95 Tim Welsh Lorrei Horenkamp 12 4 .750 3rd 31st 1995-96 Bailey Weathers Anna Cooper, Joy Michnowicz 1996-97 Bailey Weathers Amy Bostick, Erin Brooks 7 5 .583 1st 25th 1997-98 Bailey Weathers Courtney South, Linda Gallo 7 1 .875 1st 23rd 1998-99 Bailey Weathers Elizabeth Barger, Anne Iacobucci 7 3 .700 1st 28th 1999-2000 Bailey Weathers Elizabeth Barger, Alison Newell 10 0 1.000 1st 18th 2000-01 Bailey Weathers Carrie Nixon, Kristen Van Saun 10 1 .909 1st 37th 2001-02 Bailey Weathers Maureen Hillenmeyer, Tara Riggs 10 0 1.000 1st 19th 2002-03 Bailey Weathers Katie Cavadini, Amy Deger, 9 1* .864 1st T-33rd Heidi Hendrick 2003-04 Bailey Weathers Lisa Garcia, Laurie Musgrave 8 2 .800 1st 25th 2004-05 Bailey Weathers Kelli Barton, Georgia Healey 6 3 .667 1st T-24th 2005-06 Carrie Nixon 5 2 .750 1st 41st 2006-07 Carrie Nixon 8 1 .889 1st 27th 2007-08 Carrie Nixon Katie Guida, Morgan Bullock 4 7 .364 1st -2008-09 Brian Barnes Christa Riggins, Casey Wagner 6 3 .667 1st 31st 2009-10 Brian Barnes Ashlee Edgell, Megan Farrell, 2 5 .286 1st 38th Natalie Stitt 2010-11 Brian Barnes Katie Casey, Heidi Grossman, 5 7 .417 2nd 43rd Kellyn Kuhlke 2011-12 Brian Barnes Lauren Scott, Amy Prestinario 6 6 .633 2nd 22nd 30-year totals 256 115 .690 25 titles 21 appearances - After competing as an independent for two seasons, Notre Dame became a member of the North Star Conference from 1983-84 to 1985-86 before joining the Midwestern Collegiate Conference from 1987-88 until 1994-95 prior to joining the BIG EAST Conference for the 1995-96 season. *includes one tie

Irish Head Coaches Tim Welsh 1985 - 95 93-50-1 (.649)

Dennis Stark 1981 - 85 31-14 (.689)

Bailey Weathers 1995 - 2005 86-20-1 (.808)

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Carrie Nixon 2005 - 2008 17-9 (.654)

Brian Barnes 2008 - current 19-21 (.475)


Notre Dame Records Swimming

Event

Time

Name(s)

Date

FREESTYLE 50 100 200 500 1,000 1,650

22.30 49.10 1:44.89 4:45.50 9:49.80 16:24.48

Amywren Miller Amywren Miller Christa Riggins Katie Carroll Katie Carroll Linda Gallo

(3.18.10) (2.23.08) (2.22.08) (2.14.07) (11.11.06) (2.21.98)

BACKSTROKE 100 200

52.99 1:53.67

Kim Holden Kelly Ryan

(2.18.11) (3.17.12)

BREASTSTROKE 100 200

59.44 2:09.62

Samantha Maxwell Samantha Maxwell

(3.20.09) (3.21.09)

BUTTERFLY 100 200

53.46 1:57.72

Kellyn Kuhlke Katie Casey

(2.18.09) (2.21.09)

INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 200 400

1:55.67 4:12.02

Emma Reaney Katie Carroll

(3.15.12) (3.8.07)

MEDLEY RELAY 200 1:38.97 400 3:35.89

Kim Holden Samantha Maxwell Kellyn Kuhlke Amy Prestinario Kim Holden Samantha Maxwell Katie Casey Kelly Ryan

(2.16.11)

FREESTYLE RELAY 200 1:31.01 400 3:18.93 800 7:13.51

Amywren Miller Colleen Fotsch Maggie Behrens Christa Riggins Kelly Ryan Amy Prestinario Suzanne Bessire Emma Reaney Megan Farrell Amy Prestinario Lauren Sylvester Christa Riggins

(2.19.09)

(2.18.11)

Emma Reaney re-wrote the record books in multiple events as a freshman in 2012. She broke the 200 IM with a time of 1:55.67 at the NCAA Championships and also was apart of the 400 free relay team that went 3:18.93 at the BIG EAST Championships.

(2.18.12)

(2.18.09)

Diving

Event SPRINGBOARD 1-meter 3-meter

Meet Type

Dives

Dual Dual

6 6

Name

Points

Date

Meghan Perry-Eaton Natalie Stitt­­­­

328.43 376.20

1.28.05 1.30.10

2012 graduate Amy Prestinario left her mark all over the Irish record books as she was apart of school record swims in the 200 medley, 400 free and 800 free relay events.

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NCAA All-Americans 12

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Carrie Nixon ’02 Ouray, Colorado Ouray / Montrose Sprint Freestyle / Butterfly

Katie Carroll ’07 Toledo, Ohio Notre Dame Academy Individual Medley / Butterfly

All-America (2) 50 Free – 2000, 2002

All-America (2) 400 IM - 2005, 2007

Honorable Mention (10) 50 Free – 1999 100 Free – 2000, 2002 100 Fly – 2000 200 Medley Relay – 1999, 2000 400 Medley Relay – 1999, 2000, 2002 400 Free Relay – 2002

Honorable Mention (5) 200 IM – 2004, 2005, 2006 400 IM – 2004 200 Fly – 2007

9 Tanya Williams ’93 Boca Raton, Florida St. Andrews Backstroke / Individual Medley All-America (5) 100 Back – 1993 200 Back – 1992, 1993 400 IM – 1990, 1991 Honorable Mention (4) 100 Back – 1992 200 Fly – 1990 200 IM – 1992, 1993 Shannon Suddarth ’00 Topeka, Kansas Hayden Breaststroke All-America (1) 100 Breast – 1998 Honorable Mention (8) 100 Breast – 2000 200 Breast – 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 200 Medley Relay – 2000 400 Medley Relay – 1999, 2000

8 Kelly Hecking ’02 Rutherford, New Jersey Rutherford Backstroke / Freestyle Honorable Mention (8) 200 Back – 2001, 2002 200 Medley Relay – 1999, 2000 400 Medley Relay – 1999, 2000, 2002 400 Free Relay – 2002

5 Heather Mattingly ’02 Houston, Texas Memorial Springboard Diving All-America (1) 3-meter – 2002 Honorable Mention (4) 1-meter – 2000, 2002 3-meter – 2000, 2001

4 Elizabeth Barger ’00 Littleton, Colorado Chatfield Butterfly Honorable Mention (4) 200 Medley Relay – 1999, 2000 400 Medley Relay – 1999, 2000

All-America (1) 100 Breast – 2009 Honorable Mention (2) 100 Breast - 2010 200 Breast – 2009 Emma Reaney ’15 Lawrance, Kan. Lawrence Breaststroke/IM Honorable Mention (3) 100 Breast – 2012 200 Breast – 2012 200 IM – 2012

2 Linda Gallo ’98 Colts Neck, New Jersey St. John Vianney Distance Freestyle Honorable Mention (2) 500 Free – 1998 1,650 Free – 1998 Alison Newell ’00 Parker, Colorado Ponderosa Butterfly Honorable Mention (2) 200 Fly – 1997, 2000

Meghan Perry-Eaton ’05 Brandon, Florida Bloomingdale Springboard Diving

Lisa Garcia ’04 Denver, Colorado Cherry Creek Butterfly / Freestyle

All-America (2) 1-meter – 2004, 2005

Honorable Mention (2) 200 Fly – 2003 400 Free Relay – 2002

Honorable Mention (2) 1-meter – 2003 3-meter - 2005

3 Erin Brooks ’97 Millington, New Jersey Watchung Hills Regional Backstroke All-America (1) 200 Back – 1997 Honorable Mention (2) 100 Back – 1996 200 Back – 1996

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Samantha Maxwell ’11 Chandler, Ariz. Corona del Sol Breaststroke

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Jeanine Blatt ’82 Dayton, Ohio Carroll Middle-Distance Freestyle All-America (Division III) (2) 500 Free – 1979, 1980 Betsy Shadley ’81 Cincinnati, Ohio Ursuline Springboard Diving All-America (Division III) (2) 1-meter – 1979, 1980


Irish All-America Honors by Year (since 1990) 2012 Kelly Ryan - All-America (200 Back) Emma Reaney - Honorable Mention (200 IM, 100 Breast, 200 Breast) 2010 Amywren Miller - All-America (50 Free) Samantha Maxwell - Honorable Mention (100 Breast) 2009 Samantha Maxwell - All-America (100 Breast) / Honorable Mention (200 Breast) 2007 Katie Carroll - All-America (400 IM) / Honorable Mention (200 Fly) 2006 Katie Carroll - Honorable Mention (200 IM) 2005 Katie Carroll - All-America (400 IM) / Honorable Mention (200 IM) Meghan Perry-Eaton - All-America (1-meter) / Honorable Mention (3-meter) 2004 Meghan Perry-Eaton - All-America (1-meter) Katie Carroll - Honorable Mention (200 IM, 400 IM) 2003 Lisa Garcia - Honorable Mention (200 Fly) Meghan Perry-Eaton - Honorable Mention (1-meter) 2002 Heather Mattingly - All-America (3-meter) / Honorable Mention (1-meter) Carrie Nixon - All-America (50 Free) / Honorable Mention (100 Free, 400 Medley Relay, 400 Free Relay) Lisa D’Olier - Honorable Mention (400 Medley Relay) Lisa Garcia - Honorable Mention (400 Free Relay) Kelly Hecking - Honorable Mention (200 Back, 400 Medley Relay, 400 Free Relay) Allison Lloyd - Honorable Mention (400 Medley Relay) Kristen Peterson - Honorable Mention (400 Free Relay) 2001 Marie Labosky - Honorable Mention (400 IM) Kelly Hecking - Honorable Mention (200 Back) Heather Mattingly - Honorable Mention (3-meter) 2000 Carrie Nixon - All-America (50 Free) Honorable Mention (100 Free, 100 Fly, 200 Medley Relay, 400 Medley Relay) Elizabeth Barger - Honorable Mention (200 Medley Relay, 400 Medley Relay) Kelly Hecking - Honorable Mention (200 Medley Relay, 400 Medley Relay) Heather Mattingly - Honorable Mention (1-meter, 3-meter) Alison Newell - Honorable Mention (200 Fly) Shannon Suddarth - Honorable Mention (100 Breast, 200 Breast, 200 Medley Relay, 400 Medley Relay) 1999 Elizabeth Barger - Honorable Mention (200 Medley Relay, 400 Medley Relay) Kelly Hecking - Honorable Mention (200 Medley Relay, 400 Medley Relay) Brittany Kline - Honorable Mention (200 Medley Relay) Carrie Nixon - Honorable Mention (50 Free, 200 Medley Relay, 400 Medley Relay) Shannon Suddarth - Honorable Mention (200 Breast, 400 Medley Relay) 1998 Shannon Suddarth - All-America (100 Breast) / Honorable Mention (200 breast) Linda Gallo - Honorable Mention (500 Free, 1,650 Free) 1997 Erin Brooks - All-America (200 Back) Alison Newell - Honorable Mention (200 Fly) Shannon Suddarth - Honorable Mention (200 Breast) 1996 Erin Brooks - Honorable Mention (100 Back, 200 Back) 1993 Tanya Williams - All-America (200 Back) / Honorable Mention (100 Back) 1991 Tanya Williams - All-America (200 IM) 2012 Emma Reaney - Honorable Mention (100 Breast) / Honorable Mention (200 Breast Honorable Mention (200IM)

Former Notre Dame head coach Carrie Nixon earned a program-best 12 All-America accolades during her career, which was highlighted by setting the NCAA Championships record in the 50m Free (24.99) in 2000.

The first two Notre Dame women’s swimming and diving All-Americans were middle-distance freestyler Jeanine Blatt (middle) and diver Betsy Shadley (right) – shown here with former head coach Dennis Stark. The two were AIAW Division III All-Americans in 1979, two seasons before the women’s varsity program was established.

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NCAA Championships Year-by-Year in the NCAA Championships name (class) - event - prelim / finals time - prelim / finals finish - honors 2012 - 22nd (30 pts.) Kelly Ryan (So.) 200 Back Emma Reaney (Fr.) 2011 Samantha Maxwell (Sr.) Kim Holden (So.) 2010 - 38th (14 pts.) Samantha Maxwell (Jr.) Amywren Miller (Jr.) 2009 - 31st (19 pts.) Samantha Maxwell (So.) Amywren Miller (So.) Natalie Stitt (Jr.) 2008 Samantha Maxwell (Fr.) Amywren Miller (Fr.) Christa Riggins (Jr.) 2007 - 27th (25 pts.) Katie Carroll (Sr.) Megan Farrell (Fr.) Rebecca Grove (Sr.) Claire Hutchinson (So.) Caroline Johnson (Jr.) Ellen Johnson (Sr.) Julia Quinn (Sr.) Christa Riggins (So.) Katie Carroll (Sr.) Rebecca Grove (Sr.) Caroline Johnson (Jr.) Christa Riggins (So.) Katie Carroll (Sr.) Megan Farrell (Fr.) Rebecca Grove (Sr.) Christa Riggins (So.) Katie Carroll (Sr.) Megan Farrell (Fr.) Ellen Johnson (Sr.) Christa Riggins (So.) Katie Carroll (Sr.) Caroline Johnson (Jr.) Julia Quinn (Sr.) Christa Riggins (So.) 2006 - 41st (4 pts.) Katie Carroll (Jr.) Julia Quinn (Jr.)

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1:54.16

7th

AA

100 Breast 200 Breast 200 IM

59.81 2:09.73 1:55.67

11th 14th 9th

HM HM HM

100 Breast 200 Breast 200 Back 100 Back 100 Fly

1:00.83 2:12.97 1:55.76 53.54 54.13

17th 37th 23rd 25th 46th

100 Breast 200 Breast 50 Free 100 Free

1:00.69 / 1:01.09 2:14.17 22.30 / 22.49 49.44

12th (14th) HM 36th 6th (8th) AA 25th

100 Breast 200 Breast 50 Free 100 Free 100 Fly 1-meter diving

59.73 / 59.44 2:09.86 / 2:09.62 22.47 49.67 55.35 245.30

7th (6th) AA 11th (11th) HM 26th 45th 46th 32nd

100 Breast 200 Breast 50 Free 100 Free 100 Fly 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free

1:02.36 2:14.38 22.73 49.79 55.26 23.16 50.27 1:47.62

200 IM 400 IM 200 Fly 200 IM 200 Free 50 Free 100 Free 500 Free 1,650 Free 100 Back 200 Free 500 Free 200 IM 100 Breast 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free 200 Free Relay

2:00.09 4:12.37 1:58.10 2:04.14 1:50.77 23.38 50.92 4:52.35 16:36.22 56.52 1:49.99 4:52.57 2:04.71 1:03.16 23.43 50.75 1:48.46 1:32.70

400 Free Relay

800 Free Relay

3:22.22

7:14.91

22nd 7th 12th 63rd 67th 58th 63rd 52nd 35th 44th 59th 53rd 65th 32nd 62nd 59th 34th 23rd

20th

13th

400 Medley Relay 3:44.21

20th

200 IM 400 IM 200 Fly 100 Breast

13th 38th 32nd 33rd

2:00.48 4:28.47 2:01.66 1:03.63

AA HM

HM

200 Breast 500 Free Claire Hutchinson (Fr.) 400 IM 1,650 Free 2005 - 24th (32 pts.) Christel Bouvron (Jr.) 100 Fly 200 Fly Katie Carroll (So.) 200 IM 400 IM 200 Fly Meghan Perry-Eaton (Sr.) 1-meter diving 3-meter diving 2004 (meters) - 25th (28 pts.) Katie Carroll (Fr.) 100 Free 200 IM 400 IM Meghan Perry-Eaton (Sr.) 1-meter diving 3-meter diving 2003 - t-33rd (12 pts.) Danielle Hulick (Jr.) 50 Free 100 Back 200 Back Lisa Garcia (Jr.) 100 Fly 200 Fly 200 IM Marie Labosky (Jr.) 200 Back 200 IM 400 IM Meghan Perry-Eaton (Jr.) 1-meter diving 3-meter diving 2002 - 19th (52 pts.) Carrie Nixon (Sr.) 50 Free 100 Free 100 Fly 500 Free Kelli Barton (Fr.) 1,650 Free Kelly Hecking (Sr.) 100 Back 200 Back Kristen Peterson (Fr.) 100 Back 200 Back Allison Lloyd (Sr.) 100 Breast Lisa D’Olier (So.) 100 Fly 100 Fly Lisa Garcia (So.) 200 Fly 200 IM Marie Labosky (So.) 200 IM 400 IM Kelly Hecking (Sr.) 200 Medley Relay Allison Lloyd (Sr.) Lisa D’Olier (So.) Carrie Nixon (Sr.) Kelly Hecking (Sr.) 400 Medley Relay Allison Lloyd (Sr.) Lisa D’Olier (So.) Carrie Nixon (Sr.) 200 Free Relay Kelly Hecking (Sr.) Carrie Nixon (Sr.) Lisa Garcia (So.) Kristen Peterson (Fr.) 400 Free Relay Lisa Garcia (So.) Carrie Nixon (Sr.) Kelly Hecking (Sr.) Kristen Peterson (Fr.) Heather Mattingly (Sr.) 1-meter diving 3-meter diving 2001 - 37th (15 pts.) Kelly Hecking (Jr.) 100 Back 200 Back Marie Labosky (Fr.) 1,650 Free 200 IM 400 IM Heather Mattingly (Jr.) 1-meter diving 3-meter diving 2000 (meters) - 18th (74.5 pts.)

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2:15.24 4:51.91 4:28.84 16:34.92

20th 38th 39th 25th

55.56 2:00.59 2:00.75 4:13.56 2:00.48 303.00 463.50

41st 22nd 14th 6th 21st 5th 15th

55.99 2:12.28 / 2:13.43 4:42.51 / 4:42.74 303.90 / 290.40 260.60

t-32nd 9th (11th) HM 14th (13th) HM 3rd (4th) AA 28th

23.25 55.03 2:00.09 54.68 1:59.09 / 1:58.39 2:01.58 2:00.07 2:03.23 4:18.09 271.40 461.95

40th 24th 29th 28th 14th (13th) HM 22nd 28th 39th 19th 9th HM 20th

22.70 / 22.53 49.65 / 49.47 55.95 4:59.61 16:48.91 55.93 1:57.45 / 1:57.90 57.19 2:02.34 1:05.05 57.14 54.53 1:59.28 2:02.21 2:04.44 4:19.37 dq

7th (7th) AA 10th (15th) HM 44th 56th 29th 28th 12th (10th) HM 41st 37th 41st 51st 22nd 17th 30th 54th 25th dq

HM AA AA HM

3:42.68 / 3:42.87 13th (12th) HM

1:32.78

19th

3:23.31 / 3:24.18 15th (16th) HM

267.00 501.65 / 517.90

12th 8th (8th)

HM AA

55.37 1:57.64 / 1:58.28 17:03.76 2:02.69 4:17.82 / 4:17.06 245.75 140.25 / 471.40

18th 13th (11th) HM 31st 20th 11th (15th) HM 24th 12th HM


Carrie Nixon (Jr.) Kelly Hecking (So.) Shannon Suddarth (Sr.) Elizabeth Barger (Sr.) Alison Newell (Sr.) Kelly Hecking (So.) Shannon Suddarth (Sr.) Elizabeth Barger (Sr.) Carrie Nixon (Jr.) Kelly Hecking (So.) Shannon Suddarth (Sr.) Elizabeth Barger (Sr.) Carrie Nixon (Jr.) Heather Mattingly (So.) 1999 - 28th (16 pts.) Carrie Nixon (So.) Kristen Van Saun (So.) Kelly Hecking (Fr.) Brittany Kline (Sr.) Shannon Suddarth (Jr.) Allison Lloyd (Fr.) Elizabeth Barger (Jr.) Kelly Hecking (Fr.) Brittany Kline (Sr.) Elizabeth Barger (Jr.) Carrie Nixon (So.) Kelly Hecking (Fr.) Shannon Suddarth (Jr.) Elizabeth Barger (Jr.) Carrie Nixon (So.) Kelly Hecking (Fr.) Carrie Nixon (So.) Kristen Van Saun (So.) Brittany Kline (Sr.) Heather Mattingly (Fr.) 1998 - 23rd (29 pts.) Carrie Nixon (Fr.) Linda Gallo (Sr.) Shannon Suddarth (So.) Brittany Kline (Jr.) Linda Gallo (Sr.) Brittany Kline (Jr.) Shannon Suddarth (So.) Carrie Nixon ( Fr.) Linda Gallo (Sr.) Carrie Nixon (Fr.) Shannon Suddarth (So.) Brittany Kline (Jr.) 1997 - 25th (19 pts.) Erin Brooks (Sr.) Shannon Suddarth (Fr.) Alison Newell (Fr.) 1996 - 31st (11 pts.) Erin Brooks (Jr.) 1994

50 Free 100 Free 100 Fly 100 Back 200 Back 100 Breast 200 Breast 100 Fly 200 Fly 200 Fly 100 Fly 200 Medley Relay

24.99 / 25.09 55.34 / 55.20 1:00.86 / 1:01.06 1:03.42 2:16.93 1:10.24 / 1:09.78 2:29.50 / 2:28.81 1:01.95 2:16.98 2:13.35 / 2:13.24 1:01.91 1:55.07 / 1:55.15

4th (1st) t-9th (t-9th) t-10th (12th) 34th 36th 11th (15th) 11th (10th) 30th 38th 13th (15th) 28th 14th (14th)

400 Medley Relay 4:07.99 / 4:07.00 9th (9th)

AA HM HM HM HM HM HM

HM

1-meter diving 3-meter diving

393.25 461.55

15th 15th

HM HM

50 Free 100 Free 200 Free 500 Free 100 Back 200 Back 100 Breast 100 Breast 200 Breast 100 Breast 200 Breast 100 Fly 200 Fly 200 Medley Relay

22.88 / 23.25 50.27 1:53.73 4:54.59 56.26 2:02.95 1:03.14 1:03.28 2:15.20 / 2:16.14 1:03.28 2:15.55 55.62 2:02.80 1:42.75 / 1:43.36

16th (t-13th) HM 19th 55th 37th 25th 38th 17th 19th 15th (15th) HM 20th 18th 23rd 32nd 16th (13th) HM

400 Medley Relay 3:42.62 / 3:43.50 t-11th (11th) HM

200 Free Relay

1:35.28

17th

1-meter diving 3-meter diving

378.10 435.25

18th 26th

50 Free 100 Free 100 Fly 500 Free 1,650 Free 100 Breast 200 Breast 100 Breast 200 Medley Relay

23.14 50.59 55.80 4:47.04 / 4:47.35 16:25.62 1:01.82 / 1:02.65 2:13.81 / 2:13.47 1:03.88 1:46.59

27th 34th 26th 14th (13th) HM 9th HM 8th (8th) AA 11th (10th) HM 25th 20th

200 Free Relay

1:36.04

19th

100 Back 200 Back 100 Breast 200 Breast 100 Fly 200 Fly

56.08 1:58.14 / 1:58.55 1:03.37 2:16.31 / 2:15.41 55.98 2:00.53 / 2:01.72

23rd 8th (7th) AA 22nd 13th (15th) HM 32nd 13th (10th) HM

100 Back 200 Back

55.91 / 55.87 13th (14th) HM 2:00.00 / 1:57.70 10th (15th) HM

Jesslyn Peterson (So.) 1993 - t-30th (13 pts.) Tanya Williams (Sr.) 1992 - 37th (7 pts.) Tanya Williams (Jr.) 1991 - t-31st (11 pts.) Tanya Williams (So.) 1990 - t-39th (6 pts.) Becky Wood (Jr.) Tanya Williams (Fr.)

200 IM 400 IM

2:05.69 4:23.69

39th 32nd

100 Back 200 Back 200 IM

55.68 / 56.14 16th 1:57.68 / 1:57.98 7th 2:03.91 24th

AA AA HM

100 Back 200 Back 200 IM

56.07 1:58.27 2:03.06

HM AA HM

200 Fly 200 IM 400 IM

2:02.48 2:05.80 4:19.88 / 4:25.77 8th

200 Breast 200 Fly 200 IM 400 IM

2:21.34 39th 2:01.70 27th 2:04.47 4:19.87 / 4:19.89 11th

T-17th 10th 18th

AA HM AA

* Times are listed prelims / finals ... finishes are listed as finals place (prelims place) AA – indicates All-American ... HM – indicates honorable mention All-America.

NCAA Participants Four-Time Qualifiers (7) Katie Carroll - 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Kelly Hecking - 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999 Heather Mattingly (d) - 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999 Samantha Maxwell - 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008 Carrie Nixon - 2002, 2000, 1999, 1998 Shannon Suddarth - 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997 Tanya Williams - 1993, 1992, 1991, 1990 Three-Time Qualifiers (3) Meghan Perry-Eaton (d) - 2003, 2004, 2005 Marie Labosky - 2003, 2002, 2001 Amywren Miller - 2010, 2009, 2008 Two-Time Qualifiers (9) Elizabeth Barger - 2000, 1999 • Erin Brooks - 1997, 1996 Lisa Garcia - 2003, 2002 • Claire Hutchinson - 2006, 2007 Brittany Kline - 1999, 1998 • Allison Lloyd - 2002, 1999 Alison Newell - 2000, 1997 • Julia Quinn - 2006, 2007 Christa Riggins - 2007, 2008 One-Time Qualifiers (16) Kelli Barton - 2002 • Christel Bouvron - 2005 Jenny Chiang (d)- 2012 • Lisa D’Olier - 2002 Megan Farrell - 2007 • Linda Gallo - 1998 Rebecca Grove - 2007 • Kim Holden - 2011 Danielle Hulick - 2003 • Tara Hyer (d) - 2006 Caroline Johnson - 2007 • Ellen Johnson - 2007 Jesslyn Peterson - 1994 • Kristen Peterson - 2002 Emma Reaney--2012 • Kelly Ryan--2012 Kristen Van Saun - 1999 • Becky Wood - 1990 Natalie Stitt (d) - 2009 (d) - diver

In her final season, butterflyer Elizabeth Barger helped the Irish to a program-best 18th-place finish in the team standings of the 2000 NCAA Championships, as she earned honorable mention All-America accolades in both medley relays.

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BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Champions Kelly Ryan (So.) Emma Reaney (Fr.) Kim Holden (Jr.) Amy Prestinario (Sr.) Kelly Ryan )So.) Amy Prestinario (Sr.) Suzanne Bessire (Fr.) Emma Reaney (Fr.) Emma Reaney (Fr.) Emma Reaney )Fr.) Kelly Ryan (So.) Kelly Ryan (So.) Jenny Chiang (Jr.) Amy Prestinario (Jr.) Lauren Parisi (Sr.) Lauren Scott (So.) Kelly Ryan (Fr.) Kelly Ryan (Fr.) Kim Holden (So.) Kim Holden (So.) Samantha Maxwell (Sr.) Katie Casey (Sr.) Kelly Ryan (Fr.) Kim Holden (So.) Kelly Ryan (Fr.) Jenny Chiang (So.) Kim Holden (Fr.) Kim Holden (Fr.) Samantha Maxwell (Jr.) Samantha Maxwell (Jr.) Amywren Miller (Jr.) Jenny Chiang (Fr.) Kim Holden (Fr.) Samantha Maxwell (Jr.) Lauren Scott (Fr.) Amywren Miller (Jr.) Kim Holen (Fr.) Samantha Maxwell (Jr.) Katie Casey (Jr.) Amywren Miller (Jr.) Katie Casey (So.) Ashlee Edgell (Jr.) Kellyn Kuhlke (So.) Samantha Maxwell (So.) Samantha Maxwell (So.) Colleen Fotsch (Fr.) Samantha Maxwell (So.) Kellyn Kuhlke (So.) Amywren Miller (So.) Megan Farrell (Jr.) Amy Prestinario (Fr.) Lauren Sylvester (So.) Christa Riggins (Sr.) Maggie Behrens (Jr.) Samantha Maxwell (So.) Kellyn Kuhlke (So.) Amywren Miller (So.) Natalie Stitt (Jr.) Natalie Stitt (Jr.) Christa Riggins (Jr.) Katie Casey (Fr.) Samantha Maxwell (Fr.) Natalie Stitt (So.) Caroline Johnson (Sr.) Lauren Parisi (Fr.) Christa Riggins (Jr.) Amywren Miller (Fr.)

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Event 400 Medley Relay

Time (finals) Year 3:36.28 2012

400 Free Relay

3:18.93

2012

200 IM 100 Breast 200 Back 100 vFree 3-meter Diving 400 Free Relay

1:56.42 59.85 1:55.56 49.38 320.90 3:19.68

2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2011

100 Free 200 Back 400 Medley Relay

49.73 1:56.00 3:35.89

2011 2011 2011

100 Back 200 Free 3-meter Diving 100 Back 200 Back 100 Breast 200 Breast 50 Free 3-meter Diving 200 Medley Relay

52.99 1:46.88 337.40 53.88 1:55.79 59.64 2:11.37 22.47 313.35 1:39.31

2011 2011 2011 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010

400 Medley Relay

3:36.45

2010

200 Fly 400 IM 100 Fly 100 Breast 200 Breast 200 Medly Relay

1:57.72 4:15.17 53.46 1:00.38 2:10.25 1:39.61

2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009

800 Free Relay

7:13.51

2009

400 Medley Relay

3:36.20

2009

1-meter diving 3-meter diving 200 Free 200 Fly 200 Breast 3-meter diving 200 Free Relay

290.15 294.30 1:44.89 1:59.37 2:12.76 266.90 1:31.07

2009 2009 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008

Megan Farrell (So.) 400 Free Relay 3:19.38 2008 Christa Riggins (Jr.) Lauren Parisi (Fr.) Amywren Miller (Fr.) Katie Carroll (Sr.) 500 Free 4:45.50 2007 Katie Carroll (Sr.) 400 Individual Medley 4:16.25 2007 200 Individual Medley 2:02.08 2007 Ashlee Edgell (Fr.) Julia Quinn (Sr.) 100 Breast 1:02.55 2007 200 Breast 2:14.41 2007 Julia Quinn (Sr.) Caroline Johnson (Jr.) 200 Free Relay 1:31.85 2007 Christa Riggins (So.) Katie Carroll (Sr.) Rebecca Grove (Sr.) Christa Riggins (So.) 800 Free Relay 7:15.16 2007 Casey Wagner (So.) Megan Farrell (Fr.) Katie Carroll (Sr.) Katie Carroll (Jr.) 400 Individual Medley 4:14.37 2006 Julia Quinn (Jr.) 200 Breast 2:14.27 2006 Christel Bouvron (Jr.) 100 Fly 54.75 2005 Christel Bouvron (Jr.) 200 Fly 2:00.07 2005 Katie Carroll (So.) 200 Individual Medley 2:01.35 2005 400 Individual Medley 4:15.55 2005 Katie Carroll (So.) Meghan Perry-Eaton (Sr.) 1-meter diving 296.10 2005 Meghan Perry-Eaton (Sr.) 3-meter diving 555.20 2005 Jessica Stephens (So.) 200 Breast 2:16.45 2005 Katie Guida (Fr.) 200 Free Relay 1:32.94 2005 Caroline Johnson (Fr.) Katie Carroll (So.) Rebecca Grove (So.) Caroline Johnson (Fr.) 400 Free Relay 3:22.03 2005 Ellen Johnson (So.) Katie Carroll (So.) Rebecca Grove (So.) Caroline Johnson (Fr.) 800 Free Relay 7:16.95 2005 Ellen Johnson (So.) Katie Carroll (So.) Rebecca Grove (So.) Caroline Johnson (Fr.) Jessica Stephens (So.) Christel Bouvron (Jr.) Katie Carroll (So.) Katie Carroll (Fr.) Katie Carroll (Fr.) Katie Carroll (Fr.)

400 Medley Relay

3:42.80

2005

100 Free 50.14 100 Fly 54.29 200 Individual Medley 2:00.65

2004 2004 2004

Marie Labosky (Sr.) Meghan Perry-Eaton (Sr.) Meghan Perry-Eaton (Sr.) Katie Eckholt (Jr.) Danielle Hulick (Sr.) Rebecca Grove (Fr.) Katie Carroll (Fr.) Danielle Hulick (Jr.) Lisa Garcia (Jr.) Lisa Garcia (Jr.) Marie Labosky (Jr.) Meghan Perry-Eaton (Jr.) Katie Eckholt (So.) Danielle Hulick (Jr.) Heidi Hendrick (Sr.) Kristen Peterson (So.) Katie Eckholt (So.) Sarah Alwen (So.) Heidi Hendrick (Sr.) Danielle Hulick (Jr.) Carrie Nixon (Sr.) Kelly Hecking (Sr.) Kelly Hecking (Sr.) Allison Lloyd (Sr.) Katie Eckkholt (Fr.) Carrie Nixon (Sr.) Danielle Hulick (So.) Kelly Hecking (Sr.) Kelly Hecking (Sr.) Allison Lloyd (Sr.) Lisa D’Olier (So.) Carrie Nixon (Sr.) Kelly Hecking (Sr.) Allison Lloyd (Sr.) Lisa D’Olier (So.) Carrie Nixon (Sr.) Kelly Hecking (Jr.) Kelly Hecking (Jr.) Allison Lloyd (Jr.) Lisa D’Olier (Fr.) Lisa D’Olier (Fr.) Marie Labosky (Fr.) Kelly Hecking (Jr.) Laurie Musgrave (Fr.) Lisa D’Olier (Fr.) Danielle Hulick (Fr.)

400 Individual Medley 1-meter diving 3-meter diving 200 Free Relay

4:21.08 297.95 509.05 1:32.66

2004 2004 2004 2004

50 Free 200 Fly 200 Individual Medley 400 Individual Medley 1-meter diving 200 Free Relay

22.93 2:01.02 2:01.21 4:16.24 309.20 1:33.21

2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003

400 Free Relay

3:21.81

2003

50 Free 100 Back 200 Back 200 Breast 200 Free Relay

22.73 55.26 1:57.70 2:15.60 1:32.01

2002 2002 2002 2002 2002

200 Medley Relay

1:41.93

2002

400 Medley Relay

3:40.98

2002

100 Back 200 Back 100 Breast 100 Fly 200 Fly 200 Individual Medley 200 Medley Relay

54.98 1:58.70 1:02.86 55.00 2:01.17 2:01.87 1:43.11

2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001

Kelly Hecking, a 2002 graduate, holds the Notre Dame record for BIG EAST championships – in any sport – having claimed 19 (including four in the 100-yard back) during her career.

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Christa Riggins finished her career in 2009 with 21 all-BIG EAST honors. Kelly Hecking (Jr.) Allison Lloyd (Jr.) Lisa D’Olier (Fr.) Danielle Hulick (Fr.) Carrie Nixon (Jr.) Carrie Nixon (Jr.) Kristen Van Saun (Jr.) Kelly Hecking (So.) Kelly Hecking (So.) Shannon Suddarth (Sr.) Shannon Suddarth (Sr.) Carrie Nixon (Jr.) Alison Newell (Sr.) Brooke Davey (So.) Carrie Nixon (Jr.) Kelly Hecking (So.) Laura Shepard (Sr.) Brenda Reilly (Jr.) Kelly Hecking (So.) Brooke Davey (So.) Laura Shepard (Sr.) Alison Newell (Sr.) Brenda Reilly (Jr.) Kristen Van Saun (Jr.) Carrie Nixon (Jr.) Kelly Hecking (So.) Allison Lloyd (So.) Elizabeth Barger (Sr.) Carrie Nixon (Jr.) Kelly Hecking (So.) Shannon Suddarth (Sr.) Elizabeth Barger (Sr.) Carrie Nixon (Jr.) Carrie Nixon (So.) Carrie Nixon (So.) Kelly Hecking (Fr.) Shannon Suddarth (Jr.) Elizabeth Barger (Jr.) Kelly Hecking (Fr.) Carrie Nixon (So.) Brooke Davey (Fr.) Laura Shepard (Jr.) Kelly Hecking (Fr.) Brittany Kline (Sr.) Elizabeth Barger (Jr.) Carrie Nixon (So.) Kelly Hecking (Fr.) Shannon Suddarth (Jr.) Elizabeth Barger (Jr.) Carrie Nixon (So.) Linda Gallo (Sr.)

400 Medley Relay

3:41.66

2001

50 Free 100 Free 500 Free 100 Back 200 Back 100 Breast 200 Breast 100 Fly 200 Fly 200 Free Relay

22.58 49.18 4:49.93 56.01 2:00.45 1:02.64 2:14.57 54.07 2:00.71 1:32.64

2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000

400 Free Relay

3:25.74

2000

800 Free Relay

7:23.25

2000

200 Medley Relay

1:42.81

2000

400 Medley Relay

3:42.69

2000

50 Free 100 Free 100 Back 200 Breast 100 Fly 200 Free Relay

22.62 49.89 56.00 2:15.23 55.53 1:32.96

1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999

200 Medley Relay

1:42.47

1999

400 Medley Relay

3:43.17

1999

200 Free

1:49.44

1998

Linda Gallo (Sr.) Linda Gallo (Sr.) Shannon Suddarth (So.) Shannon Suddarth (So.) Elizabeth Barger (So.) Elizabeth Barger (So.) Alison Newell (So.) Kristen Van Saun (Fr.) Katie Collins (Fr.) Linda Gallo (Sr.) Linda Gallo (Sr.) Brittany Kline (Jr.) Elizabeth Barger (So.) Carrie Nixon (Fr.) Tiffany O’Brien (Fr.) Shannon Suddarth (So.) Elizabeth Barger (So.) Carrie Nixon (Fr.) Erin Brooks (Sr.) Erin Brooks (Sr.) Elizabeth Barger (Fr.) Alison Newell (Fr.) Alison Newell (Fr.) Allison Hollis (Fr.) Linda Gallo (Jr.) Courtney South (Jr.) Erin Brooks (Sr.) Brittany Kline (So.) Elizabeth Barger (Fr.) Linda Gallo (Jr.) Erin Brooks (Jr.) Erin Brooks (Jr.) Erin Brooks (Jr.) Lauren Relay (So.) Brittany Kline (Fr.) Courtney South (So.)

500 Free 1,650 Free 100 Breast 200 Breast 100 Fly 200 Fly 800 Free Relay

4:48.02 16:24.48 1:02.07 2:13.99 55.70 2:01.45 7:22.17

1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998

200 Medley Relay

1:44.48

1998

400 Medley Relay

3:45.86

1998

100 Back 200 Back 100 Fly 200 Fly 800 Free Relay

55.85 1:57.68 56.03 2:00.61 7:25.69

1997 1997 1997 1997 1997

200 Medley Relay

1:44.97

1997

100 Back 200 Back 400 Medley Relay

56.25 1:59.47 3:50.00

1996 1996 1996

Runners-up (All-BIG EAST) Amy Prestinario (Sr.) Emma Reaney (Fr.) Kelly Ryan (So.) Kelly Ryan (So.) Amy Prestinario (Sr.) Hannah Bowen (Fr.) Lauren Scott (Jr.)

Event 100 Free 200 Breast 200 Free 200 Free Relay

Samantha Maxwell (Sr.) 100 Breast Amy Prestinario (Jr.) 200 Free Relay Kelly Ryan (Fr.) Lauren Parisi (Sr.)

Time (finals) 50.12 2:11.42 1:47.04 1:31.65

Year 2012 2012 2012 2012

1:02.07 1:31.98

2011 2011

Lauren Scott (So.) Kim Holden (So.) Samantha Maxwell (Sr.) Kellyn Kuhlke (Sr.) Amy Prestinario (Jr.) Jenny Chiang (So.) Amywren Miller (Jr.) Ashlee Edgell (Sr.) Kim Holden (Fr.) Amy Prestinario (So.) Lauren Scott (Fr.) Delia Cronin (Jr.) Amywren Miller (Jr.) Maggie Behrens (Jr.) Megan Farrell (Jr.) Megan Farrell (Jr.) Kellyn Kuhlke (So.) Amywren Miller (So.) Amywren Miller (So.) Christa Riggins (Sr.) Heidi Grossman (So.) Amywren Miller (So.) Colleen Fotsch (Fr.) Maggie Behrens (Jr.) Christa Riggins (Sr.) Caroline Johnson (Sr.) Samantha Maxwell (Fr.) Amywren Miller (Fr.) Amywren Miller (Fr.) Caroline Johnson (Sr.) Samantha Maxwell (Fr.) Amywren Miller (Fr.) Christa Riggins (Jr.) Caroline Johnson (Sr.) Samantha Maxwell (Fr.) Megan Farrell (So.) Amywren Miller (Fr.) Megan Farrell (So.) Lauren Sylvester (Fr.)

200 Medley Relay

1:38.97

2011

1-meter Diving 100 Free 200 IM 100 Fly 200 Free Relay

301.60 49.33 2:00.70 54.12 1:31.62

2011 2010 2010 2010 2010

100 Back 400 IM 200 IM 200 Fly 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free 1-meter diving 200 Free Relay

54.11 4:15.17 2:00.63 2:00.77 22.37 49.14 1:47.14 268.05 1:31.01

2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009

100 Back 100 Breast 100 Free 100 Fly 200 Medley Relay

55.34 1:01.68 49.10 54.88 1:40.84

2008 2008 2008 2008 2008

400 Medley Relay

3:41.54

2008

800 Free Relay

7:17.35

2008

Individual Champion Combos Three Titles in a Meet 2004 – Katie Carroll (100 Free, 100 Fly, 200 IM) 2000 – Carrie Nixon (50 Free, 100 Free, 100 Fly) 1998 – Linda Gallo (200 Free, 500 Free, 1,650 Free) Four Titles in Same Event Kelly Hecking – 100 Back (1999-2002) Three Titles in Same Event Elizabeth Barger – 100 Fly (1997-99) Katie Carroll - 400 IM (2005-07) Samantha Maxwell - 200 Breast (2008-10) Carrie Nixon – 50 Free (1999-2000, 2002) Meghan Perry-Eaton - 1-meter diving (2003-05) Jenny Chiang - 3-meter diving (2010-12) Two Titles in Same Event Erin Brooks – 100 Back (1996-97) Erin Brooks – 200 Back (1996-97) Katie Casey - 200 Fly (2008-09) Katie Carroll - 200 IM (2004-05) Kelly Hecking – 200 Back (2000-01) Kim Holden - 100 Back (2010-11) Kim Holden - 200 Back (2010-11) Marie Labosky – 400 IM (2003-04) Samantha Maxwell - 100 Breast (2009-10) Carrie Nixon – 100 Free (1999-2000) Meghan Perry-Eaton – 3-meter diving (2004-05) Julia Quinn – 200 Breast (2006-07) Natalie Stitt - 3-meter diving (2008-09) Shannon Suddarth – 200 Breast (1998-99) Kelly Ryan - 100 Free (2011-12)

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BIG EAST Championships Claire Hutchinson (Jr.) Christa Riggins (Jr.) Katie Carroll (Sr.) 200 Fly Caroline Johnson (Jr.) 100 Back Christa Riggins (So.) 200 Free Katie Carroll. Jr. 200 Fly Katie Carroll (Jr.) 500 Free Rebecca Grove (Jr.) 50 Free Lucy Hirt (Fr.) 3-meter diving Claire Hutchinson (Fr.) 400 Individual Medley Claire Hutchinson (Fr.) 1,650 Free Julia Quinn (Jr.) 100 Breast Christa Riggins (Fr.) 200 Free Jessica Stephens (Jr.) 200 Breast Rebecca Grove (Sr.) 200 Free Relay Caroline Johnson (So.) Christa Riggins (Fr.) Katie Carroll (Jr.) Christa Riggins (Fr.) 800 Free Relay Casey Wagner (So.) Ellen Johnson (Jr.) Katie Carroll (Jr.) Caroline Johnson (So.) 200 Medley Relay Julia Quinn (Jr.) Jessica Stephens (Jr.) Rebecca Grove (Jr.) Caroline Johnson (So.) 400 Medley Relay Julia Quinn (Jr.) Katie Carroll (Jr.) Rebecca Grove (Sr.) Tara Hyer (Fr.) 3-meter diving Caroline Johnson (Fr.) 100 Back Ellen Johnson (So.) 200 Free Ellen Johnson (So.) 500 Free Jessica Stephens (So.) 200 Individual Medley Danielle Hulick (Sr.) 50 Free Marie Labosky (Sr.) 200 Back Courtney Choura (So.) 100 Breast Lisa Garcia (Sr.) 200 Fly Lisa Garcia (Sr.) 200 Individual Medley 400 Free Relay Katie Eckholt (Jr.) Danielle Hulick (Sr.) Rebecca Grove (Fr.) Katie Carroll (Fr.) Ellen Johnson (Fr.) 800 Free Relay Katie Carroll (Fr.) Lisa Garcia (Sr.) Anne Barton (Fr.) 400 Medley Relay Danielle Hulick (Sr.) Courtney Choura (So.) Christel Bouvron (So.) Katie Carroll (Fr.) Courtney Choura (Fr.) 200 Breast Christel Bouvron (Fr.) 100 Fly Meghan Perry-Eaton (Jr.) 3-meter diving Danielle Hulick (Jr.) 400 Medley Relay Laurie Musgrave (Jr.) Lisa Garcia (Jr.) Heidi Hendrick (Sr.) Carrie Nixon (Sr.) 100 Free Kristen Peterson (Fr.) 100 Back Kristen Peterson (Fr.) 200 Back Allison Lloyd (Sr.) 100 Breast Lisa Garcia (So.) 100 Fly Lisa Garcia (So.) 200 Fly Lisa Garcia (So.) 200 Individual Medley Meghan Perry-Eaton (So.) 1-meter diving Heather Mattingly (Sr.) 3-meter diving Katie Eckholt (Fr.) 400 Free Relay Danielle Hulick (So.) Carrie Nixon (Sr.)

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2:00.87 55.66 1:47.82 2:00.04 5:47.87 23.00 422.95 4:22.28 16:34.37 1:03.02 1:49.12 2:16.79 1:32.23

2007 2007 2007 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006

7:19.46

2006

1:41.91

2006

3:43.98

2006

431.25 55.52 1:49.20 4:49.83 2:02.26 23.43 1:59.33 1:03.62 2:01.18 2:01.77 3:23.00

2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004

7:20.12

2004

3:44.81

2004

2:18.23 54.57 501.05 3:42.33

2003 2003 2003 2003

50.03 55.45 1:58.41 1:03.24 55.13 2:01.23 2:02.37 293.30 538.05 3:21.25

2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002

BIG EAST Titles Name Kelly Hecking (’02) Carrie Nixon (’02) Katie Carroll (’07) Elizabeth Barger (’00) Samantha Maxwell (‘11) Shannon Suddarth (’00) Kim Holden (active) Kelly Ryan (active) Linda Gallo (’98) Danielle Hulick (’04) Amywren Miller (‘11) Erin Brooks (’97) Lisa D’Olier (’04) Allison Lloyd (’02) Caroline Johnson (’08) Christa Riggins (’09) Rebecca Grove (’07) Meghan Perry-Eaton (’05) Allison Newell (’00) Katie Casey (‘11) Katie Eckholt (’05) Brittany Kline (’00) Emma Reaney (active) Amy Prestinario (‘12) Julia Quinn (’07) Marie Labosky (’04) Natalie Stitt (‘10) Christel Bouvron (’05) Kellyn Kuhlke (‘11) Kristen Van Saun (’01) Megan Farrell (‘10) Brooke Davey (’02) Laura Shepard (’00) Lauren Parisi (‘11) Jenny Chiang (active) Lisa Garcia (’04) Ashlee Edgell (‘10) Jessica Stephens (’07) Heidi Hendrick (’03) Brenda Reilly (’01) Courtney South (’98) Ellen Johnson (’07) Lauren Scott (active) Suzanne Bessire (active) Katie Guida (’08) Casey Wagner (’09) Kristen Peterson (’05) Sarah Alwen (’04) Laurie Musgrave (’04) Katie Collins (’01) Tiffany O’Brien (’01) Allison Hollis (’00) Lauren Relay (’00) Lauren Sylvester (‘11) Colleen Fotsch (’09) Maggie Behrens (‘10)

Individual Relay Total 7 12 19 6 12 18 8 7 15 4 7 11 5 5 10 5 3 8 4 4 8 4 4 8 3 4 7 1 6 7 1 6 7 4 2 6 2 4 6 2 4 6 0 6 6 1 5 6 0 5 5 5 0 5 2 3 5 2 2 4 0 4 4 0 4 4 2 2 4 0 4 4 3 0 3 3 0 3 3 0 3 2 1 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 0 3 3 0 3 3 0 3 3 0 3 3 3 0 3 2 0 2 2 0 2 1 1 2 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1

All-BIG EAST Honors Name Katie Carroll (’07) Carrie Nixon (’02) Kelly Hecking (’02) Christa Riggins (’09) Amywren Miller (‘11) Danielle Hulick (’04) Caroline Johnson (’08) Elizabeth Barger (’00)

Individual Relay Total 12 16 28 9 15 24 9 14 23 7 14 21 6 12 18 5 12 17 3 14 17 8 8 16

UNIVERSITY of NOTRE DAME®

Samantha Maxwell (‘11) Kim Holden (active) Linda Gallo (’98) Rebecca Grove (’07) Amy Prestinario (‘12) Allison Newell (’00) Shannon Suddarth (’00) Kelly Ryan (active) Lisa Garcia (’04) Allison Lloyd (’02) Jessica Stephens (’07) Courtney South (’98) Julia Quinn (’07) Christel Bouvron (’05) Brittany Kline (’99) Emma Reaney (active) Meghan Perry-Eaton (’05) Natalie Stitt (‘10) Kristen Van Saun (’01) Erin Brooks (’97) Lisa D’Olier (’04) Megan Farrell (‘10) Katie Eckholt (’05) Marie Labosky (’04) Katie Casey (‘11) Ellen Johnson (’07) Kellyn Kuhlke (‘11) Ashlee Edgell (‘10) Tiffany O’Brien (’01) Casey Wagner (’09) Lauren Parisi (‘11) Laura Shepard (’00) Jenny Chiang (active) Tara Hyer (’08) Ann Barton (’07) Courtney Choura (’06) Kristen Peterson (’05) Lauren Sylvester (‘11) Heidi Hendrick (’03) Brooke Davey (’02) Lauren Scott (active) Claire Hutchinson (’09) Heather Mattingly (’02) Heidi Grossman (‘11) Maggie Behrens (‘10) Katie Collins (’01) Suzanne Bessire (active) Brooke Taylor (’05) Tara Riggs (’02) Allison Hollis (’00) Lauren Relay (’99) Jesslyn Peterson (’96) Sarah Alwen (’04) Laurie Musgrave (’04) Brenda Reilly (’01) Colleen Fotsch (’09) Delia Cronin (‘11) Lucy Hirt (’09) Georgia Healey (’05) Alexandra Shue (’08) Sarah Bowman (’04) Sarah Dotzel (active) Emily Barton (‘12) Allison Casareto (active) Hannah Bowen (active) Zeina Shanata (‘10) Katie Guida (’08) Karen Daylor (’97) Shelley Hotchkiss (’98) Natalie Najarian (’00) Liane Watkins (’03)

8 8 6 3 3 9 10 6 9 7 6 2 4 3 3 3 7 7 4 4 3 2 0 6 4 3 3 5 4 2 1 0 5 4 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 2 3 3 1 0 1 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

8 7 9 12 12 5 3 7 3 4 4 7 4 5 5 4 0 0 3 3 4 5 7 0 2 3 3 0 1 3 4 5 0 0 2 2 2 2 4 4 4 2 0 0 2 3 2 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

16 15 15 15 15 14 13 13 12 11 10 9 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1


Kelly Hecking (Sr.) Marie Labosky (Fr.) Danielle Hulick (Fr.) Lisa Garcia (Fr.) Marie Labosky (Fr.) Brooke Davey (Jr.) Danielle Hulick (Fr.) Liane Watkins (So.) Kelly Hecking (Jr.) Alison Newell (Sr.) Allison Lloyd (So.) Allison Lloyd (So.) Elizabeth Barger (Sr.) Elizabeth Barger (Sr.) Kristen Van Saun (So.) Kelly Hecking (Fr.) Allison Lloyd (Fr.) Elizabeth Barger (Jr.) Heather Mattingly (Fr.) Alison Newell (Jr.) Kelly Hecking (Fr.) Kristen Van Saun (So.) Tara Riggs (Fr.) Carrie Nixon (Fr.) Tiffany O’Brien (Fr.) Alison Newell (So.) Tiffany O’Brien (Fr.) Linda Gallo (Sr.) Carrie Nixon (Fr.) Katie Collins (Fr.) Laura Shepard (So.) Linda Gallo (Sr.) Carrie Nixon (Fr.) Katie Collins (Fr.) Courtney South (Sr.) Courtney South (Jr.) Linda Gallo (Jr.) Linda Gallo (Jr.) Shannon Suddarth (Fr.) Alison Newell (Fr.) Laura Shepard (Fr.) Linda Gallo (Jr.) Natalie Najarian (Fr.) Courtney South (Jr.) Linda Gallo (Jr.) Alison Newell (Fr.) Karen Daylor (Sr.) Courtney South (Jr.) Erin Brooks (Sr.)

1,650 Free 100 Back 200 Fly 400 Individual Medley 400 Free Relay

16:32.30 56.32 2:03.31 4:16.94 3:25.00

2001 2001 2001 2001 2001

Brittany Kline (So.) Elizabeth Barger (Fr.) Courtney South (Jr.) Brittany Kline (Fr.) Lauren Relay (So.) Jesslyn Peterson (Sr.)

BIG EAST Individual Awards 100 Breast 1:04.71 200 Fly 2:05.92 400 Individual Medley 4:30.04

1996 1996 1996

Third Place (All-BIG EAST) 500 Free 100 Breast 200 Breast 100 Fly 200 Fly 500 Free 200 Back 100 Breast 200 Fly 3-meter diving 800 Free Relay

4:51.97 1:03.82 2:16.90 55.64 2:01.81 4:47.63 2:01.16 1:02.49 2:02.08 517.75 7:26.92

2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999

50 Free 200 Back 200 Fly 400 Individual Medley 200 Free Relay

23.34 2:02.65 2:02.69 4:25.63 1:33.86

1998 1998 1998 1998 1998

400 Free Relay

3:27.43

1998

100 Free 200 Free 500 Free 100 Breast 100 Fly 200 Free Relay

51.70 1:50.72 4:51.51 1:03.70 56.06 1:35.59

1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997

400 Free Relay

3:28.30

1997

400 Medley Relay

3:47.25

1997

Notre Dame dominated the butterfly events at the 2009 BIG EAST meet, winning the 100 Fly and taking the top three spots in the 200 Fly.

Kim Holden (Sr.) Kim Holden (Sr.) Jenny Chiang (Sr.) Suzanne Bessire (So.) Emma Reaney (So.) Suzanne Bessire (So.) Kelly Ryan (Jr.) Amy Prestinario (‘12) Emma Reaney )So.) Kim Holden (Sr.) Sarah Dotzel (Jr.) Amy Prestinario (‘12) Samantha Maxwell (Sr.) Amy Prestinario (Jr.) Kelly Ryan (Fr.) Kim Holden (So.) Amy Prestinario (Jr.) Heidi Grossman (Sr.) Ashlee Edgell (Sr.) Katie Casey (Jr.) Amy Prestinario (So.) Kim Holden (Fr.) Delia Cronin (Jr.) Amywren Miller (Jr.) Lauren Sylvester (So.) Lauren Sylvester (So.) Claire Hutchinson (Sr.) Emily Barton (Fr.) Heidi Grossman Amy Prestinario (Fr.) Christa Riggins (Sr.) Zeina Shanata (Jr.) Amywren Miller (So.) Christa Riggins (Jr.) Christa Riggins (Jr.) Casey Wagner (Jr.) Lauren Parisi (Fr.) Katie Casey (Fr.) Tara Hyer (Sr.) Natalie Stitt (So.) Ashlee Edgell (Fr.) Rebecca Grove (Sr.) Tara Hyer (Jr.) Natalie Stitt (Fr.) Ann Barton (Jr.) Ann Barton (Jr.) Tara Hyer (Fr.) Christa Riggins (Fr.) Jessica Stephens (Jr.) Casey Wagner (Fr.) Christa Riggins (Fr.) Casey Wagner (Fr.) Katie Carroll (Jr.) Rebecca Grove (Jr.) Katie Carroll (So.) Jessica Stephens (So.) Kristen Peterson (Sr.) Jessica Stephens (So.) Christel Bouvron (Jr.) Rebecca Grove (So.) Rebecca Grove (Fr.) Georgia Healey (Jr.)

Event 100 Back 100 Fly 1-meter Diving 200 Free 800 Free Relay

Time (finals) 54.41 54.41 280.80 1:48.02 7:15.31

Year 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012

200 Medley Relay

1:40.94

2012

2009, 2010 - Brian Barnes, BIG EAST Swimming Coach of the Year 2010 - Samantha Maxwell, BIG EAST Championship Most Outstanding Swimmer 2009 - Natalie Stitt, BIG EAST Championships Most Outstanding Diver 1999, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009 - Caiming Xie, BIG EAST Diving Coach of the Year 2008 - Carrie Nixon, BIG EAST Swimming Coach of the Year 2005 - Meghan Perry Eaton, BIG EAST Championships Most Outstanding Diver 2004 – Katie Carroll, BIG EAST Championships Most Outstanding Swimmer 2003, 2004, 2005 – Meghan Perry-Eaton, BIG EAST Championships Most Outstanding Diver

200 Breast 100 Free 200 Back 100 Fly 50 Free 1-meter Diving 400 IM 200 Fly 400 Free Relay

2:11.79 50.01 1:56.00 53.83 23.03 297.70 4:16.93 1:59.22 3:20.41

2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2010 2010 2010

500 Free 1650 Free 200 Fly 200 IM 3-meter diving 400 Free Relay

4:50.32 16:34.68 2:00.82 2:01.49 284.65 3:21.61

2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009

50 Free 100 Free 1,650 Free 200 Back 100 Fly 3-meter diving 1-meter diving 400 Individual Medley 50 Free 3-meter diving 1-meter diving 200 Back 100 Fly 3-meter diving 100 Free 200 Individual Medley 500 Free 400 Free Relay

22.95 49.39 16:39.77 1:59.00 55.37 263.50 240.50 4:20.74 23.03 247.80 246.50 2:01.29 55.44 416.25 50.47 2:02.78 4:49.19 3:22.48

2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2007 2007 2007 2007 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006

200 Fly 100 Fly 200 Medley Relay

2:02.25 55.86 1:45.21

2005 2005 2005

50 Free 200 Breast

23.48 2:18.22

2004 2004

2000 – Carrie Nixon, BIG EAST Championships Most Outstanding Swimmer 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2005 – Bailey Weathers, BIG EAST Coach of the Year 1998 – Linda Gallo, BIG EAST Championships Most Outstanding Swimmer Jessica Stephens (Fr.) Brooke Taylor (Jr.) Lisa Garcia (Jr.) Brooke Taylor (So.) Christel Bouvron (Fr.) Lisa Garcia (Jr.) Heidi Hendrick (Sr.) Sarah Alwen (So.) Danielle Hulick (Jr.) Courtney Choura (Fr.) Christel Bouvron (Fr.) Katie Eckholt (So.) Danielle Hulick (So.) Danielle Hulick (So.) Lisa D’Olier (So.) Tiffany O’Brien (Sr.) Sarah Bowman (Fr.) Kristen Van Saun (Jr.) Alison Newell (Sr.) Tiffany O’Brien (Jr.) Kristen Van Saun (So.) Tara Riggs (Fr.) Shannon Suddarth (Jr.) Allison Lloyd (Fr.) Carrie Nixon (So.) Alison Newell (Jr.) Shannon Suddarth (Jr.) Heather Mattingly (Fr.) Alison Newell (So.) Brittany Kline (Jr.) Alison Newell (So.) Shannon Suddarth (So.) Courtney South (Jr.) Allison Hollis (Fr.) Brittany Kline (So.) Shannon Suddarth (Fr.) Elizabeth Barger (Fr.) Linda Gallo (So.) Shelley Hotchkiss (So.) Linda Gallo (So.) Jesslyn Peterson (Sr.) Courtney South (So.)

100 Fly 200 Fly 100 Fly 200 Fly 800 Free Relay

55.51 2:02.52 54.90 2:01.37 7:25.26

2004 2004 2003 2003 2003

200 Medley Relay

1:43.78

2003

100 Back 200 Back 100 Fly 200 Back 200 Fly 1,650 Free 100 Fly 400 Individual Medley 200 Free 500 Free 100 Breast 200 Breast 100 Fly 200 Fly 200 Individual Medley 1-meter diving 500 Free 200 Breast 100 Fly 200 Individual Medley 200 Free 200 Back 100 Breast 200 Breast 200 Fly 1,650 Free 800 Free Relay

56.12 2:00.21 55.38 2:02.49 2:03.69 16:53.35 56.24 4:22.23 1:49.58 4:50.25 1:02.82 2:16.91 56.03 2:02.55 2:05.61 415.20 4:52.78 2:20.82 56.47 2:06.13 1:52.11 2:01.26 1:04.13 2:17.16 2:03.61 16:53.77 7:33.79

2002 2002 2002 2001 2001 2000 2000 2000 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1998 1998 1998 1998 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1996 1996

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All-Time Top Performers 1,650 Free

50 Free 1. Amywren Miller 2. Amywren Miller 3. Amywren Miller Carrie Nixon 5. Amywren Miller 6. Amywren Miler 7. Carrie Nixon 8. Amywren Miller Amywren Miller 10. Carrie Nixon

22.30 22.37 22.39 22.39 22.42 22.47 22.48 22.49 22.49 22.53

3.18.10 2.18.09 2.20.08 3.16.00 2.20.08 2.18.10 3.16.00 3.18.10 2.18.09 3.21.02

1. Linda Gallo 2. Claire Hutchinson 3. Linda Gallo 4. Katie Carroll 5. Marie Labosky 6. Claire Hutchinson 7. Linda Gallo 8. Lauren Sylvester 9. Claire Hutchinson 10. Katie Carroll

2.20.08 2.18.09 2.19.00 2.19.08 2.20.10 2.18.12 2.20.08 2.20.10 3.20.10 3.18.00

1. Kim Holden 2. Kim Holden 3. Kelly Ryan 4. Kelly Ryan 5. Kim Holden 6. Kelly Ryan 7. Kelly Ryan 8.. Kim Holden 9. Kelly Ryan 10. Kim Holden

49.10 49.14 49.18 49.27 49.33 49.38 49.39 49.41 49.44 49.45

2.20.08 2.20.08 2.18.11 2.17.12. 2.18.09 2.18.11 2.17.12 2.18.09 2.14.07 2.17.12

1. Kelly Ryan 2. Kelly Ryan 3. Kim Holden 4. Kelly Ryan 5. Kelly Ryan 6. Kim Holden 7. Kim Holden 8. Kim Holden 9. Kelly Ryan 10. Kim Holden

1:44.89 1:46.03 1:46.88 1:47.04 1:47.14 1:47.24 1:47.61 1:47.71 1:47.82 1:48.02

52.99 2.18.11 53.31 2.18.11 53.32 2.17.12 53.41 3.16.12 53.54 3.18.11 53.60 12.03.11 53.64 2.26.11 53.79 2.18.11 53.83 2.25.12 53.88 2.19.10

200 Back

200 Free 1. Christa Riggins 2. Christa Riggins 3. Kelly Ryan 4. Kelly Ryan 5. Christa Riggins 6. Kelly Ryan 7. Kelly Ryan 8. Christa Riggins 9. Christa Riggins 10. Suzanne Bessire

1:53.67 1:54.16 1:55.18 1:55.56 1:55.66 1:55.76 1:55.79 1:55.93 1:56.00 1:56.22

500 Free 1. Katie Carroll 2. Linda Gallo 3. Linda Gallo 4. Kristen Van Saun 5. Katie Carroll 6. Linda Gallo 7. Kristen Van Saun 8. Katie Carroll 9. Katie Carroll 10. Katie Carroll

4:45.50 4:47.04 4:47.35 4:47.63 4:47.87 4:48.02 4:48.19 4:48.31 4:48.75 4:49.00

100 Breast 2.21.98 11.17.06 3.21.98 1.26.07 1.25.01 2.15.06 11.23.97 2.18.09 3.10.07 12.1.05

100 Back

100 Free 1. Amywren Miller 2. Amywren Miller 3. Carrie Nixon 4. Amywren Miller 5. Amywren Miller 6. Kelly Ryan 7. Christa Riggins 8. Amywren Miller 9. Amywren Miller 10. Carrie Nixon

16:24.48 16:24.94 16:25.62 16:27.48 16:32.30 16:34.37 16:34.43 16:34.68 16:36.22 16:37.58

3.17.12 3.17.12 2.19.11 2.18.12 12.04.11 3.19.11 2.20.10 2.19.11 2.18.11 2.20.10

1. Samantha Maxwell 2. Samantha Maxwell 3. Samantha Maxwell 4. Emma Reaney 5. Emma Reaney 6. Emma Reaney 7. Emma Reaney 8. Samantha Maxwell 9. Samantha Maxwell 10. Samantha Maxwell

9:49.80 9:52.98 9:53.13 9:56.34 9:57.54 9:57.60 9:57.80 9:58.27 9:59.47 10:00.46

2.14.07 3.19.98 3.19.98 2.25.99 2.15.06 2.21.98 2.25.99 1.12.07 2.14.07 2.15.06 11.11.06 11.3.06 11.3.06 1.16.98 11.2.01 3.21.98 1.26.02 10.28.05 10.26.07 11.1.02

UNIVERSITY of NOTRE DAME速

2:09.62 2:09.73 2:09.86 2:09.90 2:10.35 2:11.06 2:11.37 2:11.42 2:11.79 2:11.87

3.19.09 3.17.12 3.19.09 3.17.12 2.18.09 12.4.10 2.20.10 2.18.12 2.19.11 2.20.10

100 Fly 1. Kellyn Kuhlke 2. Kim Holden 3. Amywren Miller 4. Kelly Kuhlke 5. Carrie Nixon 6. Kim Holden 7. Kim Holden 8. Katie Casey 9. Kim Holden 10. Kellyn Kuhlke

Samantha Maxwell earned All-America honors in the 100 and 200 breast in 2009.

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3.19.09 2.19.10 3.19.09 3.16.12 2.17.12 2.17.12 3.16.12 2.18.09 12.3.10 2.18.11

200 Breast 1. Samantha Maxwell 2. Emma Reaney 3. Samantha Maxwell 4. Emma Reaney 5. Samantha Maxwell 6. Samantha Maxwell 7. Samantha Maxwell 8. Emma Reaney 9. Samantha Maxwell 10. Samantha Maxwell

1,000 Free 1. Katie Carroll 2. Claire Hutchinson 3. Casey Wagner 4. Linda Gallo 5. Marie Labosky 6. Linda Gallo 7. Kelli Barton 8. Casey Wagner 9. Lauren Sylvester 10. Kelli Barton

59.44 59.64 59.73 59.81 59.83 59.85 59.88 1:00.38 1:00.53 1:00.60

53.46 53.83 53.88 53.96 54.07 54.12 54.13 54.18 54.23 54.25

2.18.09 2.18.11 2.18.09 3.01.09 2.18.00 2.19.10 3.18.11 2.18.11 2.19.10 2.19.10


2. 3.

Caroline Johnson Lauren Parisi Christa Riggins Amywren Miller Caroline Johnson Christa Riggins Katie Carroll Rebecca Grove

1. 2. 3.

Megan Farrell Christa Riggins Lauren Parisi Amywren Miller Amy Prestinario Lauren Parisi Lauren Scott Kelly Ryan Katie Eckholt Danielle Hulick Carrie Nixon Kelly Hecking

1. 2. 3.

Megan Farrell Amy Prestinario Lauren Sylvester Christa Riggins Christa Riggins Katie Carroll Megan Farrell Ellen Johnson Amy Prestinario Kelly Ryan Suzanne Bessire Emma Reaney

1. 2. 3.

Kim Holden Samantha Maxwell Kellyn Kuhlke Amy Prestinario Colleen Fotsch Samantha Maxwell Kellyn Kuhlke Amywren Miller Colleen Fotsch Samantha Maxwell Kellyn Kuhlke Amywren Miller

1. 2.

Kim Holden Samantha Maxwell Katie Casey Kelly Ryan Maggie Behrens Samantha Maxwell Kellyn Kuhlke Amywren Miller

1:31.07 2.20.08

1:31.85 2.14.07

400 Free Relay

Natalie Stitt won both diving titles in 2009.

200 Fly 1. Katie Casey

2. Katie Carroll 3. Lisa Garcia 4. Katie Carroll 5. Katie Carroll 6. Lisa Garcia 7. Katie Casey 7. Bridget Casey 9. Lisa Garcia 10 Katie Casey

1:57.72 2.18.09

1:58.10 1:58.39 1:58.75 1:59.04 1:59.09 1:59.22 1:59.22 1:59.28 1:59.35

3.10.07 3.22.03 11.17.06 1.12.07 3.22.03 2.20.10 2.18.12 3.21.02 3.01.09

200 Individual Medley 1. Emma Reaney 1:55.67 2. Emma Reaney 1:56.09 1:56.42 3. Emma Reaney 4. Emma Reaney 1:57.67 5. Emma Reaney 1:58.47 6. Katie Carroll 1:58.52 7. Emma Reaney 1:59.34 8. Katie Carroll 2:00.09 9. Megan Farrell 2:00.63 10. Katie Carroll 2:00.65 400 Individual Medley 1. Katie Carroll 4:12.02 2. Emma Reaney 4:12.19 3. Katie Carroll 4:12.37 4. Katie Carroll 4:13.13 5. Katie Carroll 4:13.34 6. Katie Carroll 4:13.56 7. Katie Carroll 4:13.79 8. Katie Carroll 4:14.37 9. Marie Labosky 4:14.47 10. Katie Carroll 4:14.99

3.15.12 3.15.12 2.16.12 12.02.11 12.02.11 3.18.04 2.16.12 3.8.07 2.18.09 2.19.04 3.9.07 12.03.11 3.9.07 3.19.04 3.19.04 3.17.05 3.17.05 2.15.06 1.26.02 11.17.06

200 Free Relay 1.

Amywren Miller Colleen Fotsch Maggie Behrens Christa Riggins

1:31.01 2.18.09

3.

3:19.38 2.20.08

3:19.68 2.19.11

3:21.25 2.23.02

800 Free Relay 7:13.51 2.18.09

7:14.91

3.9.07

7:15.31 2.15.12

200 Medley Relay 1:38.97 2.16.11

1:39.29

3.1.09

1:39.61 2.18.09

400 Medley Relay

Kelly Ryan Emma Reaney Kim Holden Amy Prestinario

3:36.28 2.17.12

1-meter Diving (6) 1. Meghan Perry-Eaton 2. Meghan Perry-Eaton 3. Meghan Perry-Eaton 4. Heather Mattingly 5. Heather Mattingly 6. Meghan Perry-Eaton 7. Meghan Perry-Eaton 8. Meghan Perry-Eaton 9. Meghan Perry-Eaton 10. Jenny Chiang

331.58 1.17.03 328.43 1.28.05 322.64 2.1.03 319.27 1.26.02 316.72 1.31.02 316.30 1.14.05 315.82 11.7.03 315.25 12.6.03 313.60 11.14.03 313.28 10.21.11

1-meter Diving (championship 10) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Heather Mattingly Heather Mattingly Heather Mattingly Gina Ketelhohn Heather Mattingly

425.40 11.20.98 418.95 10.23.99 415.20 2.26.99 400.55 12.4.96 393.25 3.16.00

3-meter Diving (6) 1. Natalie Stitt 2. Heather Mattingly 3. Jenny Chiang 4. Jenny Chiang 5. Jenny Chiang 6. Meghan Perry-Eaton 7. Jenny Chiang 8. Meghan Perry-Eaton 9. Meghan Perry-Eaton 10. Heather Mattingly

376.20 1.30.10 351.15 1.26.01 348.53 10.21.11 342.83 1.21.12 337.40 2.11.11 335.85 1.17.04 335.55 11.21.09 334.40 1.7.04 333.82 1.26.02 332.40 10.23.98

3-meter Diving (championship 11) 1. Meghan Perry-Eaton 586.43 1.17.03 2. Meghan Perry-Eaton 576.05 1.14.05 3. Meghan Perry-Eaton 555.20 2.16.05 3. Heather Mattingly 550.55 12.2.00 4. Heather Mattingly 538.05 2.20.02 5. Meghan Perry-Eaton 536.55 12.2.04 6. Heather Mattingly 531.80 1.18.02 7. Heather Mattingly 526.75 12.3.98 8. Meghan Perry-Eaton 523.60 12.2.04 9. Heather Mattingly 522.10 3.15.02 10. Heather Mattingly 517.90 3.22.02

3:35.89 2.18.11

3:36.20 2.18.09

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Meet Records Dennis Stark Relays Records

Notre Dame Invitational Records Event

Name

School

Time / Score Year

Carrie Nixon Notre Dame Shannon Shakespeare Michigan Kim Van Selm Ohio

500 1,650

Linda Gallo Katie Carroll

22.94 49.27 1:49.62

1998 1999 1998

Notre Dame 4:52.61 Notre Dame 16:37.58

1997 2006

Michigan Michigan

1998 1997

BACKSTROKE Jenny Crisman Linda Riker

54.56 1:59.76

BREASTSTROKE 100 Shannon Shakespeare 1:01.65 1998 Heather Meng 200 2:18.18 2003

Michigan Louisville

BUTTERFLY 100 200

Jennifer Fredall Kasey Harris

Utah Michigan

55.11 1:58.62

2006 1997

1:59.73 4:19.07

1998 1997

Notre Dame

1.43.73

2006

Michigan

3.47.36

1997

Jen Eberwein Michigan Jenny Chrisman Missy Sugar Shannon Shakespeare Jen Eberwein Michigan Jenny Crisman Missy Sugar Shannon Shakespeare Shannon Shakespeare Michigan Missy Sugar Jenny Arndt Jen Eberwin

1.32.61

1998

INDIVIDUAL medley 200 400

Shannon Shakespeare Michigan Kasey Harris Michigan

MEDLEY RELAY 200 400

Caroline Johnson Jessica Stephens Julia Quinn Rebecca Grove Linda Riker Rachel Gustin Kasey Harris Talor Bendel

FREESTYLE RELAY 200 400 800

3:21.65

1998

7:23.95

1998

School

Time / Score Year

1-meter (6 dives) Meghan Perry-Eaton Notre Dame 1-meter (10 dives) Sunday Lewandowski Notre Dame 3-meter (11 dives) Heather Mattingly Notre Dame

200 400

Kim Holden Samantha Maxwell Lauren Scott Amywren Miller Mattie Kukors Julia Andracki Caitlin Dauw Natasha Moodie

Notre Dame

1:44.67

2010

Michigan

3:48.17

2010

TCU

1:35.01

2011

Notre Dame

2:36.61

2007

TCU

3:28.36

2011

Notre Dame

7:32.87

2005

Notre Dame

9:51.61

2006

Notre Dame

4:32.50

2005

Notre Dame

2:52.26

2011

Michigan

3:48.54

2010

3:17.26

2011

4:27.91

2010

Notre Dame

2:51.63

2011

Michigan

3:48.39

2010

FREESTYLE RELAY 200 300 400 800 1,000

Sabine Rasch Katie Scarsella Lauren Kaufman Parris Schoppa Delia Cronin Meg Reynolds Katie Guida Samantha Maxwell Sabine Rasch Katie Scarsella Mackenzie Schuler Parris Schoppa Katie Carroll Rebecca Grove Ann Barton Ellen Johnson Casey Wagner Claire Hutchinson

CRESCENDO FREESTYLE RELAY 500

Rebecca Grove Ellen Johnson Christa Riggins Caroline Johnson Katie Guida

BACKSTROKE RELAY 300 400

Kelly Ryan Sarah Dotzel Gracie Fredlake Mattie Kukors Liz Johnson Deirdre Jones Ashley Cohagen

BREASTSTROKE RELAY

DIVING

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Name

MEDLEY RELAY

freestyle 50 100 200

100 200

Event

315.25

2003

428.85

1995

550.55

2000

300 400

Lauren Stauder Notre Dame Christen McDonough Emma Reaney Julia Andracki Michigan Melissa Lang Val Barthelemy Natasha Moodie

BUTTERFLY RELAY 300 400

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Amy Prestinario Bridget Casey Sarah Dotzel Caitlin Dauw Alexa Mehesan Ashley Cohagen Lori Morton


INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY RELAY 400 Mattie Kukors ClaireTyler Emily Brunemann Val Barthelemy

Michigan

4:00.15

2010

800 Norris Detro Cheverton Beck

1999

1-meter (dual – 6) 3-meter (dual – 6) 3-meter (dual – 11)

Gina Ketelhohn Heather Mattingly

Notre Dame

479.75

6 dives

Moreen O’Brien Jen O’Brien

Pittsburgh224.90

2001

11 dives

Karli Richards Rhiana Saunders

Notre Dame

537.05

1999

Notre Dame

578.80

2010

DIVING RELAY Natalie Stitt Heidi Grossman

Rolfs Aquatic Center Records Event Name

School Time / Score Year

FREESTYLE 50 100 200 500 1,000 1,650

Miller Vanderpool-Wallace Carroll Stoughton Evans Brunemann

Notre Dame 22.72 1.16.10 Auburn 48.73 10.21.11 Notre Dame 1:48.24 11.03.06 Iowa 4:47.28 1.27.12 Stanford 9:41.74 10.05.90 Michigan 16:21.75 1.12.08

BACKSTROKE 100 200

Bos Zubkova

Auburn Indiana

53.62 10.21.12 1:58.03 1.12.08

BREASTSTROKE 100 200

Soni Soni

USC USC

1:00.81 10.19.07 2:11.47 10.19.07

Auburn Michigan

53.61 10.21.11 1:58.62 12.6.97

Michigan Villanova

1:59.73 12.3.98 4:14.34 1.26.02

200 Holden Notre Dame Maxwell Kuhlke Prestinario 400 Zubkova Indiana Stockwell Smailis Bard

1:38.97 2.16.11

BUTTERFLY 100 200

Scott Harris

INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 200 400

Shakespeare Crippen

Perry-Eaton Notre Dame Stitt Notre Dame Perry-Eaton Notre Dame

322.64 376.20 576.05

2.1.03 1.30.10 1.15.05

BIG EAST Championships Records

3-METER SYNCHRONIZED DIVING

7:22.85 1.29.11

DIVING

1-METER SYNCHRONIZED DIVING 10 dives

Ohio State

MEDLEY RELAY

3:42.75 1.11.08

Event

Name

School

Time / Score Year

FREESTYLE 50 100 200 500 1,650

Whitney Campbell Kayla Andrews Christa Riggins Rachael Burnett Rachael Burnett

Louisville 22.28 West Virginia 48.33 Notre Dame 1:44.89 West Virginia 4:39.63 West Virginia 16:13.94

2010 2008 2008 2012 2012

Notre Dame Rutgers

52.99 1:54.76

2011 2006

Notre Dame Louisville

59.64 2:07.69

2010 2012

Louisville 53.10 West Virginia 1:54.43

2011 2012

Notre Dame Louisville

1:56.42 4:10.40

2012 2012

Kristina Brandenburg Louisville Therese Bergstrom Lorraine Thompson Aileen Cole Kim Holden Notre Dame Samantha Maxwell Katie Casey Kelly Ryan

1:38.43

2011

3:35.89

2011

1:29.46

2009

West Virginia 3:17.72

2010

West Virginia 7:06.87

2012

Louisville Miami Notre Dame Notre Dame

2011 1999 2011 2005

BACKSTROKE 100 200

Kim Holden Kelly Harrigan

BREASTSTROKE 100 200

Samantha Maxwell Gisselle Kohoyda

BUTTERFLY 100 200

Lorraine Thompson Amanda Nugent

INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 200 400

Emma Reaney Tanja Kylliainen

MEDLEY RELAY 200 400

FREESTYLE RELAY 200 400 800

Whitney Campbell Nicole Landisch Anna Dischuck Liz Halet Shaunna Purtell Rachael Burnett Morgan Callaway Kayla Andrews Rachael Burnett Kata Fodor Amanda Nugent Danielle Smith

Louisville

DIVING

FREESTYLE RELAY 200 Eberwein Michigan Crisman Sugar Shakespeare 400 Eberwein Michigan Crisman Sugar Shakespeare

1:32.61 12.3.98

3:21.65 12.5.98

1-meter (6) Hannah Gadd 1-meter (10) Jenny Keim 3-meter (6) Jenny Chiang 3-meter (11) Meghan Perry-Eaton

329.95 454.15 337.40 555.20

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Irish Honors Knute Rockne Student-Athlete

Team MVP

Most Improved

Awarded by the Notre Dame Club of St. Joseph Valley

Awarded by the Notre Dame Monogram Club and voted on by team members, this award is given to the most outstanding swimmer or diver in a given season.

Annually given by the coaching staff to the swimmer or diver who has shown the most improvement during the season.

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984

Kim Holden Kim Holden Megan Farrell Megan Farrell Georgia Steenberge Julia Quinn Georgia Steenberge Julia Quinn Kelli Barton Danielle Hulick Katie Cavadini Heidi Hendrick Brooke Davey Jessica Johnstone Rhiana Saunders Brittany Kline Meghan Eckstein Courtney South Karen Daylor Joy Michnowicz Marcia Powers Vicki Catenacci Jennifer Stumm Jackie Jones Amy Tri Kay Richter Tanya Kne Andrea Bonny Katherine Traxler Venette Cochiolo Portia Jean Amberg Karen Bobear

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982

Emma Reaney Kim Holden Amywren Miller Samantha Maxwell Christa Riggins Katie Carroll Katie Carroll Katie Carroll Meghan Perry-Eaton Lisa Garcia Carrie Nixon Kelly Hecking Carrie Nixon Carrie Nixon Linda Gallo Linda Gallo Erin Brooks Linda Gallo Jesslyn Peterson Jesslyn Peterson Tanya Williams Tanya Williams Tanya Williams Tanya Williams Tracy Johnson Amy Darlington Suzanne DeVine Amy Darlington Venette Cochiolo Suzanne DeVine Jean Murtagh Jeanine Blatt

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987

Christen McDonough Amy Prestinario Jenny Chiang Delia Cronin Natalie Stitt Maggie Behrens Natalie Stitt Vivian Healey Lucy Hirt Katie Guida Samantha Raneri Danielle Hulick Kristen Peterson Christina Jackson Karli Richards Nicole Kohrt Kathleen Rimkus Shannon Suddarth Alison Newell Linda Gallo Linda Gallo Marsha Powers Kay Broderick Angela Gugle Kay Broderick Becky Wood Kathleen McKinney Callie Bolattino Barbara Geraghty Sarah Vakkur

At Notre Dame’s eighth annual O.S.C.A.R.S. (Outstanding Student-Athletes Celebrating Achievements and Recognition Showcase) in 2009, the Notre Dame women’s swimming and diving team was recognized with The Trophy Award for its work with the Irish Aquatics swim program, providing swim lessons to area youth. Established by the Office of Student Welfare and Development and first presented in 2006, The Trophy Award annually recognizes an athletic team that has demonstrated its commitment and dedication to the community through unparalleled community service to Notre Dame and South Bend.

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Beeler-Hipp Award

Most Honorable

Given annually to the outstanding freshman who best exemplifies the vitality, competitiveness and love for Notre Dame shown by Meghan Beeler and Colleen Hipp.

Awarded annually by the coaching staff and team captains to the swimmer or diver who best represents the Notre Dame image as a supportive, inspiring and enthusiastic team member.

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992

Emma Reaney Kelly Ryan Kim Holden Emily Barton Lizzie Gormley Ashlee Edgell Claire Hutchinson Katie Guida Krissy Archer Ellen Johnson Courtney Choura Chrissy Habeeb Laurie Musgrave Amy Deger Tara Riggs Carrie Nixon Elizabeth Barger Anne Iacobucci Linda Gallo Alyssa Peterson Mary Wendell Haley Scott

Captains’ Award Given by the team captains to the individual who performs well both in and out of the pool in pressure situations and best exemplifies the term “teammate.” 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1987 1986

Ann Barton Abby Strang Katie Philipp Brooke Davey Heather Mattingly Kelly Hecking Meghan Eckstein Elizabeth Barger Shannon Glynn Jenny Reibenspies Marcia Powers Anna Cooper Kelly Walsh Kristin Heath Christy Moston Katherine Pamenter Tanya Kne Sharon Van Dolman Katherine Traxler

2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984

Zeina Shanata Kellyn Khulke Lucy Hirt Katie Guida Ann Barton Abby Strang Brooke Taylor Lisa Garcia Amy Deger Maureen Hillenmeyer Kathleen Rimkus Elizabeth Barger Anne Iacobucci Linda Gallo Karen Daylor Anna Cooper Cara Garvey Lorrei Horenkamp Kristin Heath Susan Bohdan Jackie Jones Chrissy Ciletti Mary Acampora Tracy Johnson Barbara Byrne Katherine Traxler Julie Boss JoAnn Pearl Karin McCaffery

Golden Dumbell

William “Bucky” O’Connor Scholarship 2004

2003 Lisa D’Olier Katie Eckholt Danielle Hulick Brooke Taylor 2002 Lisa D’Olier Kelly Hecking Danielle Hulick Allison Lloyd Heather Mattingly Tara Riggs Brooke Taylor Kelly Hecking 2001 Danielle Hulick Allison Lloyd Heather Mattingly Tara Riggs 2000 Kelly Hecking Danielle Hulick Allison Lloyd Heather Mattingly Tara Riggs Amy Deger 1999 Meghan Lynch Liane Watkins Allison Lloyd 1998 Heather Mattingly Kelly Hecking Linda Gallo 1997

Lisa D’Olier Katie Eckholt Danielle Hulick Brooke Taylor

Awarded annually by the Notre Dame strength and conditioning coach to the swimmer or diver that puts forth the greatest effort, excels at the highest level and pushes themselves to the utmost limit of their potential throughout the season in the weight room. 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005

Kellyn Kuhlke Kellyn Kuhlke Gina Mancini Lizzie Gormley Zeina Shanata­­ Meghan Linnelli Courtney Choura

Byron V. Kanaley Award

Meghan Beeler Scholarship 2004 Meghan Perry-Eaton 2003 Meghan Perry-Eaton 2002 Lindsay Moorhead 2001 None 2000 Laurie Musgrave 1999 Lindsay Moorhead 1998 Brooke Davey 1997 Kathleen Rimkus

Elizabeth Barger 2000

Linda Gallo 1997

Andrea Bonny 1984

Jeanine Blatt 1982

The most prestigious honor awarded to a Notre Dame student-athlete, the Byron V. Kanaley Award has been presented each year since 1927 to the senior monogram athletes who have beaen most exemplary as both students and leaders. The awards, presented by the Faculty Board on Athletics, are named in honor of a 1904 Notre Dame graduate who was a member of the Irish baseball team as an undergraduate. Kanaley went on to a successful banking career in Chicago and served the University as a lay trustee from 1915 until his death in 1960.

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National & International Competition In addition to their many accomplishments in collegiate action, Notre Dame women’s swimmers and divers have a history of also competing in various prestigious national and international meets, including three of the last four Olympics. In 1996, Jilen Siroky (’04), then just 15 years of age, represented the United States in the Atlanta games, finishing 15th in the 200m breast. Siroky also was the 1996 U.S. champion in the 100 breast. In 2000, Christel Bouvron represented

her native Singapore in the Sydney games, finishing 32nd in the 200m fly and 36th in the 400 free. Four years later, she became just the second current Notre Dame student-athlete ever – and first in 84 years – to take part in the Olympics, matching her 32nd-place finish in the 200 fly. In addition to that pair of Olympians, 47 Irish student-athletes have competed in U.S. Olympic Trials, including eight that qualified in 2012, and four more have swum in their native country’s trials.

Backstroker Erin Brooks, a 1997 graduate, represented the U.S. in the ’97 World University Games and came home with a bronze medal in the 200 back. Notre Dame also has a long history of swimmers and divers who have qualified or competed in the USA Swimming Senior National Championships, as nearly 60 future, current or former Irish competitors have done so.

Christel Bouvron was a two-time (2000, 2004) member of the Singapore Olympic team.

Participated in Olympics Christel Bouvron 2000 and 2004 Singapore Olympic Team Jilen Siroky - 1996 United States Olympic Team

Represented the United States Internationally Erin Brooks - 1997 World University Games Katie Carroll - 2007 Pan Am Games Jilen Siroky - 1996 Olympic Games

Participated in Canadian Olympic Trials Kayla Graham - 2004 Tiffany O’Brien - 1996

Participated in South African Olympic Trials Natalie Burke - 2004 Kerry White - 1996

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Participated in International Competition Natalie Burke (South Africa) World’s Short Course (2004) Christel Bouvron Commonwealth Games (1998, 2002) Southwest Asian Games (1997, 1998, 2001) Asian Games (1998, 2002) World Championships (1998, 1999, 2002) Asian Championships (1996, 2000) Southeast Asian Games (2003)

Jilen Siroky participated in the 1996 Olympics for the United States.

Open Water Nationals Kelli Barton - 2002 Claire Hutchinson - 2006

Qualified or Participated in World Championship Trials Maggie Behrens - 2009 Gwen Blythe - 2009 Katie Casey - 2009 Kellyn Kuhlke - 2009 Amywren Miller - 2009 Samantha Maxwell - 2009 Amy Prestinario - 2009

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Erin Brooks represented the United States and Notre Dame in the 1997 World University Games and came home with a bronze medal in the 200 Back.


Academic Excellence CoSIDA Academic All-American 2005 – Kelli Barton

CSCAA All- Academic 2002 – Kelli Barton Kristen Peterson 2000 – Elizabeth Barger 1999 – Elizabeth Barger Brittany Kline Shannon Suddarth 1998 – Brittany Kline

CSCAA Honorable Mention All- Academic 2000 – Brooke Davey Kathleen Rimkus Rhianna Saunders Laura Shepard 1999 – Brooke Davey Jessica Johnstone Gina Ketelhohn Kathleen Rimkus Laura Shepard 1998 – Elizabeth Barger Katie Collins 1997 – Courtney South

Notre Dame Academic Honors Program for Student-Athletes Brittany Kline (’99) Management Information Systems Kathleen Rimkus (’01) Mathematics, Computer Science Brooke Davey (’02) Pre-professional studies, Anthropology Lisa D’Olier (’04) Marketing Kelli Barton (’05) Theology, Political Science Kristen Peterson (’05) Accounting Abby Strang (’07) Pre-professional studies, Philosophy Julia Quinn (’07) Classics Lucy Hirt (’09) Psychology

BIG EAST Academic All-Stars Four Years Ann Barton Emily Barton Kelli Barton Delia Cronin Lisa D’Olier Ashlee Edgell Megan Farrell Heidi Grossman Rebecca Grove Katie Guida Georgia Healey Maureen Hillenmeyer Lucy Hirt Katie Hopkins Danielle Hulick Tara Hyer Nicole Kohrt Meghan Linnelli Allison Lloyd Keri Masterson Kristen Peterson Kathleen Rimkus Abby Strang Georgia Steenberge Kristen Van Saun Casey Wagner Three Years Elizabeth Barger Gwen Blythe Katie Carroll Jenny Chiang Brooke Davey Amy Deger Pat Duret Katie Eckholt Gracie Fredlake Lisa Garcia Lizzie Gormley Kim Holden Claire Hutchinson Anne Iacobucci Jessica Johnstone Gina Ketelhohn Brittany Kline Kellyn Kuhlke Kimmie Lisiak Jaime Malandra Gina Mancini Laurie Musgrave Alison Newell Katie Philipp Tara Riggs Lauren Scott Zeina Shanata Laura Shepard Jessica Stephens Natalie Stitt Shannon Suddarth Two Years Maggie Behrens Christel Bouvron Sarah Bowman Morgan Bullock Katie Casey Courtney Choura Sarah Dotzel Megan Eckstein Linda Gallo Kiley Gooch Chrissy Habeeb Theresa Hall Vivian Healey Kelly Hecking Heidi Hendrick

2004-07 2009-12 2002-05 2008-11 2001-04 2007-10 2007-10 2008-11 2004-07 2005-08 2002-05 1999-2002 2006-09 2005-08 2001-04 2005-08 2000-03 2004-07 1999-2002 2007-10 2002-05 1998-2001 2004-07 2005-08 1998-2001 2006-09 1998-2000 2009-11 2004, 2006-07 2010-12 2000-02 2001-03 2007, 2009-10 2003-05 2010-12 2001-03 2008-10 2010-12 2007-09 1996, 1998-99 1998-99, 2001 1998-2000 1996, 1998-99 2009-11 2010-12 2010-12 2008-10 2001, 2003-04 1998-2000 2001-03 2000-02 2010-12 2008-10 1998-2000 2005-07 2007, 2009-10 1998-2000 2009-10 2004-05 2001-02 2006, 2008 2010-11 2005-06 2011-2012 1996, 1999 1996, 1998 2004-05 2002-03 2009-10 2007-08 2001-02 2002-03

Annie Mantey Mikelle Masciantonio Heather Mattingly Christen McDonough Lindsay Moorhead Carrie Nixon Tiffany O’Brien Lauren Parisi Meghan Perry-Eaton Julia Quinn Karli Richards Laura Rings Kelly Ryan Rhiana Saunders Courtney South Annie Sweeney Brooke Taylor Liane Watkins One Year Judy Amorosa Chrissy Archer Elizabeth Berls Kelly Battle Amy Bostick Erin Brooks Susan Buchino Natalie Burke Allison Casareto Meghan Casey Katie Cavadini Sara Cerreta Katie Collins Anna Cooper Katie Crawford Karen Daylor Erin Foley Karen Foley Lianne Gallagher Molly Geraghty Shannon Glynn Chrissy Holmberg Shelley Hotchkiss Christina Jackson Caroline Johnson Ellen Johnson Marie Labosky Amy Langnecker Jill Matalavage Samantha Maxwell Erin McGinty Joy Michnowicz Stacey Nedrud Kate O’Scannlain Alyssa Peterson Samantha Raneri Emma Reaney Jennifer Reibenspies Lauren Relay Meg Reynolds Elizabeth Rice Sydney Rickelman Kimberly Ricks Tiffany Robak Jessica Roberts Rebecca Roedersheimer Jenna Rozzoni Kara Santelli Melissa Scott Jilen Siroky Alisa Springman Lauren Sylvester Rachel Thurston Allison Vendt Kalei Walker

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All-Time Roster Name Mary Acampora Sarah Alwen Portia Amberg Judy Amorosa Katherine Andrew Krissy Archer Eva Baerlocher Betsy Baker Elizabeth Barger Ann Barton Emily Barton Kelli Barton Kelly Battle Nanci Battle Colleen Bauza Meghan Beeler Molly Beeler Maggie Behrens Elizabeth Berls Kathleen Bernard Suzanne Bessire Amy Bethem Jeanine Blatt Gwen Blythe Karen Bobear Kathleen Boehling Susan Bohdan Callie Bolattino Julia Boss Amy Bostick Christel Bouvron Hannah Bowen Sarah Bowman Deborah Brady Noémie Brand Lee Ann Brislawn Kristin Broderick Erin Brooks Jeanmarie Browne Susan Buchino Morgan Bullock Joan Burke Natalie Burke Barb Byrne Courtney Campbell Colleen Carey Katie Carroll Bridget Casey Bridget Casey Katie Casey Meghan Casey Katie Cavadini Sara Cerreta Courtney Choura Christine Ciletti Venette Cochiolo Margaret Coffman Katie Collins Anna Cooper Anne Costello Katie Crawford Delia Cronin Jennifer Dahl Anne Daly Amy Darlington Brooke Davey Nicole Davis Karen Daylor Amy Deger Suzanne DeVine Teresa Doering Lisa D’Olier Sarah Dotzel Stacy Dougherty Pat Duret Katie Eckholt Meghan Eckstein Ashlee Edgell Victoria Edwards Megan Farrell Alicia Feehery Maureen Fitzgerald Erin Foley Karen Foley

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Event Hometown Back Bristol, Colo. Back / Free Maadi, Cairo, Egypt Free East Hartford, Colo. Fly / Free Somerville, N.J. Free Wilkes Barre, Pa. Free Chesapeake, Va. Free Carson City, Nev. Breast / IM Pittsburgh, Pa. Fly / IM Littleton, Colo. Free / IM / Back / Fly Scottsdale, Ariz. Breast / IM Scottsdale, Ariz. IM / Free / Breast Scottsdale, Ariz. Breast / IM Allison Park, Pa. Free Lexington, Ky. Back / IM Palm Harbor, Fla. Free / Breast Granger, Ind. Back / Fly Granger, Ind. Back / IM Munster, Ind. Free Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y. Free / Back Detroit, Mich. Free Orlando, Fla. Breast Douglasville, Pa. Free Dayton, Ohio Breast Colleyville, Texas Breast / IM Clifton Park, N.Y. Free Richmond, Va. Free Lake Charles, La. Breast / IM Lockport, Ill. Free Auburn, Maine Free / Fly Germantown, Ind. Fly / Free Singapore, Singapore Free Lake Elmo, Minn. Free / Fly Cheshire, Colo. Free / Fly Northbrook, Ill. Back / Free Pointe-Claire, Quebec Back Dayton, Ohio Back / Free / IM Wayne, Ill. Back Millington, N.J. Free Allentown, Pa. Free Louisville, Ky. Free / Back Stamford, Colo. Free Potomac, Md. Breast Cape Town, South Africa Back / Free Gwynedd Valley, Pa. Free The Woodlands, Texas Free / IM Spring Vallley, N.Y. Fly / Free / IM Toledo, Ohio Breast / Fly Bellevue, Wash. Free/Fly Lower Gwynedd, Pa Fly / Free Ponte Verda Beach, Fla. Back / Fly Ponte Verda Beach, Fla. Free South Bend, Ind. Free Pewaukee, Wis. Breast / IM Bridgeville, Pa. Fly Colorado Springs, Colo. Breast / IM Santa Maria, Calif. Free El Toro, Calif. Back / Free Davis, Calif. Back Colby, Kan. Free San Juan, Puerto Rico Breast Dunwoody, Ga. Free Phoenix, Ariz. Free Cincinnati, Ohio Fly / IM North Palm Beach, Fla. Free Fairfield, Ohio Free Hopewell Junction, N.Y. Back / IM Granger, Ind. Free / Fly / IM West Chester, Pa. Fly / IM Pittsburgh, Pa. Fly / IM Ann Arbor, Mich. Back / IM South Bend, Ind. Fly / IM Houston, Texas Fly York, Pa. Free Hurley, N.Y. Breast / IM Sarasota, Fla. Free Omaha, Neb. Back Cincinnati, Ohio IM / Back Cincinnati, Ohio Free Alexandria, Va. Free / Fly Hopkinton, Mass. Free Springfield, Pa. Free Philadelphia, Pa. Free Foxboro, Mass. Fly / Back El Paso, Texas

High School Bristol Central Cairo American Penney Somerville Bishop Hoban Hickory Bishop Manogue Montour Senior Chatfield Chaparral Desert Mountain Chaparral North Allegheny Council Rock Palm Harbor St. Joseph’s Bolles School Munster Cold Spring Harbor Grosse Point Shores Lake Highland Prep Daniel Boone Carroll Colleyville Heritage Shenendehowa St. Gertrude Alfred M. Barbe Lockport West Springfield (Mass.) Briarcrest Raffles Stillwater Cheshire Glenbrook North Phillips Exeter Beaver Creek St. Charles Watchung Hills Regional Allen Ballard Westhill Holy Cross Reddam House Mount St. Joseph The Woodlands Spring Valley Notre Dame Eastside Catholic Germantown Academy Bolles Bolles Riley Catholic Memorial Oakland Catholic Air Academy St. Joseph El Toro Davis Colby St. Andrew’s Marist Xavier Ursuline Cardinal Newman Badin John Jay Penn West Chester East Oakland Catholic Pioneer John Adams Cypress Creek York Catholic Kingston Cardinal Mooney Marian Ursuline Madeira Bishop Irgton Hopkinton Cardinal O’Hara Archbishop Ryan Bishop Feehan Coronado

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Monograms 1987-90 2002-04 1984-85, 1987 -- 1990 2004-06 1985, 1987-88 1987 1997-2000 2004-07 2009-12 2002-05 2005-06 -- 2007-09 1992 1997 2007-10 -- -- 2012 1992-94 1982 2009-11 1983-84 1983-84 -- 1990-93 1989-91 1983-86 1994-96 2003-05 2012 2001-02 1992 2005 1983 1991-93 1994-97 1987-89 1994-95 2005-08 1983-84, 1986 2005-08 1985-88 2003 1984 2004-07 -- 2012 2008-11 2007 2001-03 2001-02 2003-06 1988 1983-86 -- 1998 1994, 1996 1986 2001-02 2008-11 1992-95 -- 1985-88 1999-2002 2000 1994-97 2000-03 1984-87 -- 2001-04 2011-12 -- 2007-10 2002-05 1997, 1999 2007-08, 2010 -- 2007-10 1991-92 -- 2012 --

Years 1987-90 2002-04 1984-1987 1996-97 1990-91 2004-06 1985-88 1987-89 1997-2000 2004-07 2009-12 2002-05 2005-07 1983-84 2007-09 1992 1997-1999 2007-10 1996 1982 2012-current 1992-94 1982 2009-2012 1987 1990-93 1988-91 1983-86 1994-97 2003-05 2012-current 2001-02 1989-92 2005-06 1980, 1982-83 1990-93 1994-97 1986-89 1994-96 2005-08 1983-86 2005-08 1985-88 2003-04 1982-85 2004-07 1993-94 2012-current 2008-2011 2007 2001-03 2001-03 2003-06 1988, 1990-1991 1983-86 1987-88 1998 1993-96 1986 2001-02 2008-11 1992-95 1986 1985-88 1999-2002 2000 1994-97 2000-03 1984-87 1983, 1985-86 2001-04 2011-current 1998-99 2007-10 2002-05 1996-999 2007-2010 1996 2007-10 1991-1993 1984-85, 1987 2012-curent 1994-97


Name Colleen Fotsch Gracie Fredlake Amy Frigon Grace Galagan Linda Gallo Gina Gamboa Lisa Garcia Cara Garvey Beth Genega Barb Geraghty Shannon Glynn Lizzie Gormley Kiley Gooch Mary Grace Godfrey Kayla Graham Patti Grifall Rebecca Grove Katie Guida Ruth Hanlon Rita Harrington Valerie Harris Julie Hassenmiller Georgia Healey Vivian Healey Kristin Heath Kelly Hecking Heidi Hendrick Leticia Herrera Maureen Hillenmeyer Colleen Hipp Kim Holden Laurie Holderread Allison Hollis Chrissy Holmberg Katie Hopkins Lorrei Horenkamp Shelley Hotchkiss Danielle Hulick Claire Hutchinson Anne Iacobucci Christina Jackson Erin Jilek Caroline Johnson Ellen Johnson Tracy Johnson Jackie Jones Nancy Jones Debbie Karling Gail-Marie Kasell Karen Keeley Laurie Kelleher Bridget Keller Jean Kelly Brittany Kline Betsy Knaus Tanya Kne Kim Kohl Nicole Kohrt Karen Korowicki Karen Kramer Kellyn Kuhlke Marie Labosky Colette LaForce Laureen Langan Karen Langhans Emily Lapeyre Kathleen Latino Maureen Leshock Michelle Lichtenberger Meghan Linnelli Hollianne Logan Michelle Lower Allison Lloyd Meghan Lynch Gina Mahoney Jaime Malandra Gina Mancini Lisa Mancuso Annie Mantey Mikelle Masciantonio Keri Masterson Shannah Mather Jill Matalavage Samantha Maxwell

Event Fly / Back Free / IM Breast Free Free Fly / Free Fly / IM Back Back / Free Free Breast Breast Back / IM Free / Fly Free Breast Back / Free Free Breast Fly / Free Fly / IM Free Breast Breast / IM Breast / IM / Fly Free Free Fly / Free Back / IM Free Back / Fly Free Back / Free Back Breast / Fly Free Free Free / Back Free IM / Back / Breast Fly / Free Fly / Free Back / Free Back / Free Free Free Fly / Free Free / Breast Free / Back Free / Fly Free / Fly Back / Free Free Breast / Free Free Free / Fly Free / IM Free Free / Fly Back / Fly Fly / Free IM / Back / Free Free Back IM Free Fly Back Free / IM Free Fly / Breast Free Breast / IM Fly / Free Free / Fly Free Breast / Free Fly / Back Breast / Fly Free / Back / IM Fly / Free Breast / IM Free Breast / IM

Hometown Palo Alto, Calif. Tampa, Fla. Carlsbad, Calif. Albuquerque, N.M. Colts Neck, N.J. Hinsdale, Ill. Denver, Colo. Vienna, Va. Savannah, Ga. Seattle, Wash. New Canaan, Colo. Houston, Texas Carmel, Ind. South Bend, Ind. Dartmouth, Nova Scotia Long Beach, Calif. Yorktown Heights, N.Y. Alexandria, Va. South Bend, Ind. Massapequa, N.Y. Murray, Vt. Glendale, Calif. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. Ambler, Pa. Rutherford,N.J. Saginaw, Mich. Universal City, Texas Carmel, Ind. St. Louis, Mo. Mount Kisco, N.Y. Muncie, Ind. Aurora, Colo. Belmont, Calif. Ellicott City, Md. Bloomington, Ill. Ambler, Pa. Galesburg, Ill. Baltimore, Md. Lincoln, R.I. Oceanside, Calif. Fargo, N.D. Springfield, Mo. Toledo, Ohio Farmington Hills, Mich. Circleville, Ohio Oconomowoc, Wis. West Bloomfield, Mich. Jackson, Miss. Spring, Texas Katonah, N.Y. Melbourne, Fla. Westlake, Ohio Crystal Lake, Ill. Endwell, N.Y. Rochester, Mich. Nashville, Tenn. Granger, Ind. Doylestown, Pa. Akron, Ohio Plano, Texas Churchville, Pa. Pittsford, N.Y. Middletown, N.J. Lake View, N.Y. Bozeman, Mont. Poughkeepsie, N.Y. East Lansing, Mich. Cincinnati, Ohio Canfield, Ohio San Diego, Calif. Mill Valley, Calif. Fort Wayne, Ind. Huntsville, Ala. Annandale, Va. Allentown, Pa. Falmouth, Maine Doraville, Ga. Woodstock, N.Y. Emmaus, Pa. West Hempstead, N.Y. Milwaukee, Wis. Mechanicsburg, Pa. Chandler, Ariz.

High School Palo Alto Tampa Prep San Dieguito Albuquerque St. John Vianney Central Cherry Creek George C. Marshall Leavenworth Holy Names New Canaan Langham Creek Carmel St. Joseph Auburn Drive Woodrow Wilson Yorktown Germantown Adams St. John the Baptist Judge Memorial Glendale Trinity School Stuyvesant Germantown Rutherford Nouvel Central (Texas) Health Careers Westfield St. Joseph’s Fox Lane Delta Smoky Hill Menlo Notre Dame Bloomington Upper Dublin Galesburg McDonough Lincoln San Diego North Glendale Notre Dame Mercy Logan Elm Oconomowoc West Bloomfield St. Joseph Klein Oak John Jay Melbourne Westlake Central Union-Endicott Rochester Father Ryan Penn Central Bucs St. Vincent - St. Mary Plano West Germantown Pittsford Mendo Middletown South Frontier Central Bozeman Out Lady of Lourdes East Lansing Sycamore Canfield Mira Mesa Tamalpais Canterbury Virgil I. Grissom St. Mary’s Parkland Falmouth Dunwoody Onteora Emmaus Sacred Heart Buchholz Cumberland Valley Corona del Sol

Monograms 2009 2010-12 -- -- 1995-98 1983 2001-04 1992-95 -- 1990 -- 2008-10 2004-05 2007 2005-06 -- 2004-07 2005-08 -- 1982 -- -- 2002-05 2007-08 1991-94 1999-2002 2002-03 1997-98 1999-2002 1992 2010-12 -- 1997 -- 2005-08 1992-95 1995-96 2001-04 2006-09 1996-99 2001-02 -- 2005-08 2004-07 1986, 1988-89 1989-92 -- 1983 -- 1991-92 1998 -- 1988-89, 1991 1996-99 -- 1989 -- 2000-03 1983 1984-85, 1987 2009-11 2001-04 1991-93 -- -- -- 1982 -- 1994 2004-07 1986 1992 1999-2002 -- -- 2010-12 2007-10 1992 2003-04 2011-12 2007-10 1991 1999 2008-11

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All-Time Roster Name Karin McCaffrey Christen McDonough Kathleen McKinney Eric McMahon Joy Michnowicz Amywren Miller Lindsay Moorhead Christy Moston Jean Murtagh Laurie Musgrave Natalie Najarian Stacey Nedrud Alison Newell Carrie Nixon Nancy O’Brien Tiffany O’Brien Tracie O’Connell Kate O’Scannlain Kathryn Pamenter Lauren Parisi Raine Paulson-Andrews Hannah Pawlewicz Joni Payne JoAnne Pearl Alyssa Peterson Jesslyn Peterson Kristen Peterson Katie Philipp Mary Plencner Barbara Praus Amy Prestinario Annette Quill Julia Quinn Kelly Quinn Kathy Quirk Emma Reaney Jenny Reibenspies Brenda Reilly Lauren Relay Meg Reynolds Elizabeth Rice Kimberly Ricks Tara Riggs Christa Riggins Kathleen Rimkus Allison Roberts Jessica Roberts Angela Roby Becca Roedersheimer Sheila Roesler Margaret Rotatori Jenna Rozzoni Kelly Ryan Laura Ruckavina Cynthia Safford Kara Santelli Julie Schick Teri Schindler Haley Scott Lauren Scott Melissa Scott Zeina Shanata Laura Shepard Lexie Shue Jilen Siroky Monica Smith Courtney South Alisa Springman Laura Stafford Lauren Stauder Kimberlee Steel Georgia Steenberge Mary Steffan Jessica Stephens Shana Stephens Abby Strang Anne Stratton Shannon Suddarth Annie Sweeney Lauren Sylvester Brooke Taylor Marianne Terifay Erin Tierney Raili Tikka

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Event Free Breast Free Free Breast / IM / Fly Free / Breast Free / Back Fly / IM Free Breast Free / Fly Back Fly / Free / IM Free / Fly Back Back / IM Breast Free Back / Free Back / IM Free Fly / Free Free / Breast Fly / IM Free / Breast Breast / Free / IM Back / Free IM / Breast Back Breast / IM Free / IM Free / IM Breast / IM Fly / Free Free / Back Breat / IM Fly Free Free / Fly Free Free / IM Free Free / Fly Free Breast / IM Breast Back Free / IM / Fly Breast / IM Fly / Free Free Back Back / Free Back Fly / Free Back Breast / Free Breast Fly / Free Free / Fly Fly / IM Free / Fly Free / Fly Free Free / Breast Breast Free Breast Free / IM / Back Breast Free Fly / Free Free Fly / Breast / IM Back Free / Fly Free Breast / IM Breast / Free / IM Free Fly / IM Free Free / Breast Back

Hometown South Windsor, Colo. Charlotte, N.C. Pittsburgh, Pa. LaGrange, Ill. Santa Clara, Calif. Grosse Point Farms, Mich. Carefree, Ariz. Palatine, Ill. Toledo, Ohio Littleton, Colo. Troy, Mich. Melbourne Beach, Fla. Parker, Colo. Ouray, Colo. Oaklawn, Ill. Redmond, Wash. Northbrook, Ill. Redmond, Wash. Brookfield, Wis. Hauppauge, N.Y. Montego Bay, Jamaica Naperville, Ill. Berrien Springs, Mich. Plattsburgh, N.Y. Apopka, Fla. Apopka, Fla. Wichita, Kan. Kingwood, Texas Granger, Ind. Beaver Dam, Wis. Naperville, Ill. Indianapolis, Ind. Evanston, Ill. Pound Ridge, N.Y. Orland Park, Ill. Lawrence, Kan. Dallas, Texas Sacramento, Calif. River Vale, N.J. Alpharetta, Ga. Lancaster, Pa. San Diego, Calif. Mt. Pleasant, S.C. Phoenix, Ariz. Chantilly, Va. Logansport, Ind. Oak Brook, Ill. Ft. Wayne, Ind. Cincinnati, Ohio Ft. Wayne, Ind. Shaker Heights, Ohio Albuquerque, N.M. Hinsdale, Ill. Winona, Minn. Toledo, Ohio Pittsburgh, Pa. Mentor, Ohio Pittsburgh, Pa. Phoenix, Ariz. Fayetteville, Ga. Rochester Hills, Mich. Gainesville, Fla. Westport, Colo. Newport Beach, Calif. Matthews, N.C. Columbus, Ohio Sewickley, Pa. Muncie, Ind. Georetown, Cayman Islands Carmel, Ind. Wexford, Pa. Granbury, Texas Memphis, Tenn. Bloomsburg, Pa. Mission Hills, Kan. St. Simons Island, Ga. Valparaiso, Ind. Topeka, Kan. Los Gatos, Calif. Philadelphia, Pa. Orlando, Fla. Bidley Park, Pa. Overland Park, Kan. Douglas, Wyo.

High School East Catholic Charlotte Catholic Shady Side Lyons Township Notre Dame The Peddie School Cactus Shadows Palatine St. Ursula Arapahoe Marian Cocoa Beach Ponderosa Montrose Mother McAuley Eastlake Glenbrook North Jesuit Brookfield Hauppaughe Gulliver Naperville North Andrews St. John’s Central Bishop Moore Bishop Moore Bishop Carroll Kingwood Penn Beaver Dam Naperville Central Cathedral Evanston Fox Lane Andrew Lawrence Ursuline School of Holy Child Immaculate Heart Wesleyan Germantown Mt. Carmel Wando Sunnyslope Paul VI Logansport Hinsdale Central Carmel St. Ursula Bishop Luers Hawken Chantilly (Va.) Fenwick Winona Notre Dame Fox Chapel Area Hawken Baldwin Xavier Starr’s Mill Rochester Adams Buchholz Staples Corona del Mar Providence Bishop Reddy Quaker Valley Muncie Central Cayman Carmel -- Granbury White Station Bloomsburg Shawnee St. Simons Island Valparaiso Hayden Archbishop Mitty Germantown Lake Highland Cardinal O’Hara Anderson Douglas

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Monograms 1984 2011-12 1992 -- 1993-96 2008-11 2000-02 1988-91 1982-83 2001-04 1997 2007 1997-2000 1998-2000, 2002 1985-86 1998-2001 1988, 1990-91 -- 1989-90 2008-11 -- 2002 -- 1985 1994-95 1993-96 2002-05 2001-03 -- -- 2009-12 1988 2006-07 1986-89 1987-88 2012 1995 1998-2001 1995-97 2008-11 1994-96 1998 1999-2002 2006-09 1998-2001 1985 2001-03 1992-94 1996 1982-83 -- 1996 2011-12 -- 1992 2003 1992 1983 1992 2010-12 2012 2007-10 1997-2000 2007-08 2001-02 1985, 1987-88 1995-98 1996 2005 2011 1990-92 2005-08 -- 2004-07 1990-92 2004-07 -- 1997-2000 2004, ’06-07 2008-11 2002-05 -- 1990 1983-84

Years 1982-84 2011-current 1988-89, 1991-92 1994 1993-96 2008-11 2000-02 1988-91 1982-83 2001-04 1997 2007 1997-2000 1998-02 1985-88 1998-2001 1988-91 1996-98 1989-91 2008-11 2005-07 2002 1998 1982-85 1994-97 1993-96 2002-05 2001-03 1984 1989 2009-2012 1987-88 2006-07 1986-89 1987-89 2012-current 1994-96 1998-2001 1995-1997 2008-11 1994-96 1997-98 1999-2002 2006-2009 1998-2001 1984-85 2001-03 1992-94 1996-97 1982-83 1990-91 1995-97 2011-current 1983, ’85 1989, 1991-92 2003 1992 1982-83 1992-95 2010-current 2012-current 2007-10 1997-2000 2007-08 2001-04 1985-88 1995-98 1994-96 2005 2011-current 1990-92 2005-08 2003 2004-07 1990-92 2004-07 1983-85 1997-2000 2004-07 2008-11 2002-05 1983 1988-90 1983-84


Name Rachel Thurston Katie Traxler Amy Tri Sarah Vakkur Sharon Van Dolman Christy Van Patten Kristen Van Saun Allison Vendt Amy Vogel Casey Wagner Kalei Walker Monica Walker Kelly Walsh Liane Watkins Mary Wendell Kerry White Tiffany Whittaker Courtney Whyte Amber Wiebe Tanya Williams Heather Winiecki Beth Winkowski Ann Witchger Becky Wood

Event Free Breast IM / Back Free Free Free / Fly Free / IM Back / Free Free Free Free Fly / IM Free / Fly Free Fly / Free Breast Back / IM Fly Free Back / IM / Fly Free Fly / Free Back Breast

Hometown Savoy, Ill. Palos Verdes, Calif. Hastings, Minn. South Bend, Ind. Acton, Mass. Bridgman, Mich. Lawrence, Kan. North Easton, Mass. Clarksville, Tenn. Glensaw, Pa. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Victor, N.Y. Bethel Park, Pa. Austin, Texas Grand Rapids, Mich. Dowerglen, South Africa Williamsburg, Va. Lafayette, Calif. Savannah, Ga. Boca Raton, Fla. Birmingham, Mich. Augusta, Ga. Roanoke, Va. Olean, N.Y.

High School Champaign Central Rolling Hills Hastings Riley Acton Bridgman Lawrence Peddie Fr. Ryan Shady Side Pine Crest Victor Bethel Park Westlake Northview St. Andrews Walsingham Campolindo H.V. Jenkins Saint Andrews B.H. Andover Aquinas New Canaan Olean

Monograms 1993-96 1987 1989-91 1987 1988 1990-92 1998-2001 1998-99 -- 2006-009 2003 1984-85, 1987 1993-94 2001-02 1993-95 -- -- 2012 -- 1990-93 1989, 1992 -- -- 1988-90, 1992

Years 1993-96 1984-87 1989-91 1986-87 1985-88 1990-92 1998-2001 1998-2000 1988-90 2006-09 2003-04 1984-1987 1993-94 2000-02 1993-95 2000 1999 2012-current 1993 1990-93 1989-90, 1992 1989-91 1984 1988-92

Divers Name Colleen Ambrose Mary Therese Amico Kristina Asato Alison Baker Andrea Bonny Georgia Boessler Allison Casareto Victoria Catenacci Jenny Chiang Kelly Crowhurst Katie Epping Ann Marie Furleigh Tyne Feheley Liane Gallagher Molly Geraghty Chrissy Gonzalez Heidi Grossman Angela Gugle Chrissy Habeeb Theresa Hall Lucy Hirt Tara Hyer Jessica Johnstone Kristina Kennedy Gina Ketelhohn Jennifer Kipp Karen Kipp Katie Kneepkins Betsy LaFlamme Amy Langnecker Kimmie Lisiak Heather Mattingly Jill Mazur Fran McCoppin Molly McCoy Erin McGinty Susan O’Laughlin Casey Pepak Kris Penn Meghan Perry-Eaton Marcia Powers Samantha Raneri Karli Richards Kay Richter Sydney Rickelman Laura Rings Tiffany Robak Jordan Russell Betsy Shadley Rhiana Saunders Natalie Stitt Jennifer Stumm Diane Walton

Hometown Oak Brook, Ill. South Bend, Ind. Concord, Calif. Albuquerque, N.M. Columbus, Ohio Corning, N.Y. La Habra Heights, Calif. Westfield, N.J. Fairport, N.Y. Lockport, Ill. Audobon, Pa. Vienna, Va. Columbus, Ohio Mamaroneck, N.Y. Dunlap, Ill. White Plains, N.Y. Barrington, R.I Columbus, Ohio Greenwood, Ind. Flossmoor, Ill. Mundelin, Ill. Tampa, Fla. Marietta, Ga. Novi, Mich. Brown Deer, Wis. Woodridge, Ill. Woodridge, Ill. Wauwatosa, Wis. San Rafael, Calif. Gibsonia, Pa. Danville, Calif. Houston, Texas Pittsburgh, Pa. Sierra Madre, Calif. Lawrenceville, Ga. Laguna Niguel, Calif. Kansas City, Mo. Westfiled, Mass. Peoria Heights, Ill. Brandon, Fla. Muncie, Ind. Katonah, N.Y. Chambersburg, Pa. Carmel, Ind. Evansville, Ind. Gahanna, Ohio Milwaukee, Wis. Columbus, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio The Woodlands, Texas Holland, Mich. Aurora, Ill. Rockville, Md.

High School Monograms Hinsdale Central 1985-86 John Adams 1983-84 Carondelet -- Academy 1989 Upper Arlington 1985-86, 1988 Painted Post East 1987 Troy 2012 Westfield 1992, 1994 Fairport 2010-12 Lockport Township -- Mathacton 1989 Oakton 1982-85 Worthington Kilbourne -- Mamaroneck 1993, 1995-96 Peoria Notre Dame White Plains 2007 Barrington 2008-11 Bishop Hanley 1992-94 Center Grove 2002-03 Homewood-Flossmoor 2009-10 Mundelin 2006-09 Academy of Holy Names 2005-07 Walton 1998-2001 Novi / Albion College 2003 Brown Deer 1997-2000 Downers Grove North 1989-92 Downers Grove North 1992 Wauwatosa -- Catholic -- Hampton -- Carondelet 2011-12 Memorial 1999-2002 Seton-LaSalle -- Sacred Heart -- Central Gwinnett -- Rancho Santa Margarita -- St. Theresa 1982 Westfield -- AOL / Spalding -- Brandon 2002-05 Delta 1995 John Jay 2004 Mercersburg 2000-2001 Carmel 1987-88, 1990 Reitz 2011 Columbus School for Girls 2005-08 Pius XI 2007-09 Upper Arlington 2012 Ursuline -- McCullough 1997-98, 2000 West Ottawa 2007-10 Rosary 1991-93 Academy of Holy Cross 1992

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Year-By-Year Results 1981-82

Coach: Dennis Stark Record: 8-3 12.2 Saint Mary’s 12.8 at Western Michigan 1.17 Cleveland State 1.23 at Illinois State 1.27 Valparaiso 1.29 Western Ontario 2.6 at Saint Mary’s vs. Kalamazoo (South Bend, Ind.) 2.12 at St. John’s 2.13 at Fordham 2.20 DePauw 3.11-13 AIAW Division III Championships (Meadville, Pa.)

1982-83

1983-84

W, 87-53 W, 77-63 L, 43-95 L, 41-99 W, 78-59 W, 70-61 W, 73-44 W, 77-42 L, 50-90 W, 71-69 W, 76-50 21st (36)

Coach: Dennis Stark Record: 6-5 12.4 Evansville W, 84-48 12.7 Western Michigan L, 71-78 12.11 at Cleveland State L, 63-85 1.15 Saint Mary’s W. 78-61 1.19 at Valparaiso W, 77-63 1.21 Bowling Green L, 58-91 1.27 at Western Ontario L, 69-80 1.29 St. Bonaventure W, 79-61 2.1 Ball State L, 66-83 2.4 DePauw W, 84-59 2.11-12 at Indiana State Championships 2nd (735) (Green Castle, Ind.) 2.16 at Kalamazoo W, 84-52 2.24-26 Midwest Independent 9th (227.5) Championships (Chicago, Ill.)

Coach: Dennis Stark Record: 6-5 12.1 Kalamazoo 12.3 Western Ontario 12.10 Cleveland State 1.20 Valparaiso 1.21 at Ball State 1.27 at Johns Hopkins 1.28 at Georgetown 2.4 at Bowling Green vs. Northern Illinois (Toledo, Ohio) 2.7 Saint Mary’s 2.8 at DePauw 2.16-18 North Star Championships (Evansville, Ind.) 2.23-25 Midwest Invitational (Chicago, Ill.)

1984-85

1985-86

W, 69-43 L, 54-85 L, 69-71 W, 75-47 L, 45-95 W, 78-61 W, 61-49 L, 43-89 L, 52-89 W, 84-38 W, 73-55 1st (513.5) 6th (268)

Coach: Dennis Stark Record: 11-1 12.1 Western Ontario W, 81-57 12.5 Bowling Green L, 59-81 12.8 at Cleveland State W, 81-58 12.11 at Valparaiso W, 78-54 1.25 at St. Bonaventure W, 77-63 1.27 at Holy Cross W, 83-57 vs. Providence (Worcester, Mass.) W, 84-56 2.2 Saint Mary’s W, 85-55 2.5 Kalamazoo W, 78-53 2.8 at Vincennes W, 93-60 vs. Saint Louis W, 93-31 (Indianapolis, Ind.) vs. Xavier W, 93-14 (Indianapolis, Ind.) 1st (482.5) 2.14-16 North Star Championships (St. Louis, Mo.) 2.28-3.2 Midwest Independent Championships 4th 3.7-9 Midwest Invitational - (Chicago, Ill.)

Coach: Tim Welsh Record: 8-3 12.6 Notre Dame Relays -12.8 Ball State L, 69-71 Cleveland State W, 82-37 12.12 at Bowling Green L, 58-81 1.18 at Western Ontario W, 76-64 1.24 at St. John’s W, 79-61 1.25 at Fordham W, 66-47 1.31 Oral Roberts W, 91-22 2.7 Illinois-Chicago W, 71-42 Valparaiso W, 67-46 2.12 at Saint Mary’s (Rockne Memorial Pool) W, 79-31 2.15 at Northern Illinois L, 58-82 2.20-22 North Star Conference Championships (Evansville, Ind.) 1st 2.27-3.1 Midwest Invitational t-3rd (Chicago, Ill.)

1986-87

Coach: Tim Welsh Record: 7-7 11.1 Denison W, 143-120 11.7 Notre Dame Relays 1st (200) 11.22 at Northern Michigan L, 90.5-122.5 12.5 Mankato State W, 118-93 1st (293.5) 12.6 Fighting Irish Invitational at La Salle L, 126-140 1.9 1.10 at Villanova L, 81-135 L, 130-139 1.16 Northern Illinois 1.17 Western Ontario W, 114-103 L, 25-88 1.18 at Northwestern vs. Minnesota (Evanston, Ill.) L, 13-100 1.23-24 at Kenyon College Invitational 8th (35) (Gambier, Ohio) 1.30 at Cleveland State W, 143-125 W, 137-122 1.31 at St. Bonaventure 2.7 Ball State L, 125-143 2.10 at Illinois-Chicago W, 121-88 2.14 at Valparaiso W, 65-48 2.26-28 Midwest Independent Championships 6th

1987-88

The 2009-10 team won the 14th BIG EAST title in as many years.

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Coach: Tim Welsh Record: 9-7 11.6 Notre Dame Relays t-1st (198) 11.13 Alabama L, 88-127 11.20 Ferris State W, 120.5-84.5 11.21 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee W, 119-75 12.3-5 National Catholic Invitational 2nd (626) 12.6 Fordham W, 111-106 1.15 at Northern Illinois L, 127-139 1.16 Western Ontario L, 102-109 1.23 at Boston College L, 126-142 1.24 at Providence W, 152-98 1.29 at Illinois State L, 98-152 1.30 St. Bonaventure W, 150-111 2.2 Eastern Michigan L, 128-140 2.5 at Saint Louis W, 94-16 vs. Oral Roberts W, 94-17 2.6 at Ball State L, 128-140 2.12 Illinois-Chicago W, 118-88 2.13 Cleveland State W, 135-118


2.18-20 2.25-27

MCC Championships 1st (634) (Evansville, Ind.) Midwest Independent Championships 5th (Chicago, Ill.)

1988-89

Coach: Tim Welsh Record: 6-6 11.3 Texas Christian L, 92-151 11.4 Notre Dame Relays 2nd (186) 11.11 Wisconsin-Milwaukee W, 165-141 11.12 at Ferris State W, 132-107 12.1-3 at National Catholic Championships 4th (Philadelphia, Pa.) 12.4 at Villanova L, 47-66 vs. Fordham (Villanova, Pa.) W, 172-69 1.14 at Western Ontario L, 55-58 1.18 Northern Illinois L, 121-178 L, 115.5-181.5 1.19 Illinois State 1.26 at Cleveland State W, 191-105 1.28 at St. Bonaventure W, 209-88 2.4 Ball State L, 144-156 2.7 at Illinois-Chicago W, 157-80 2.16-18 MCC Championships 1st (634) (St. Louis, Mo.) 2.23-25 Eastern Intercollegiates 5th (405) (Morgantown, W. Va.)

1989-90

10.14 11.3 11.10 11.17 11.17 12.1-3 12.9 1.12 1.13 1.19 1.20 1.24 1.27 1.28 2.2 2.3 2.8-10 2.22-24 3.15-17

Coach: Tim Welsh Record: 9-5 Midwestern Collegiate Dual 1st Notre Dame Invitational Relays 1st (214) at Bowling Green L, 149-151 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee W, 113-27 at Northern Michigan L, 69-71 National Catholic Invitational 3rd (583) (Fordham, N.Y.) Saint Mary’s W, 199-93 at Northwestern L, 40-73 vs. Creighton (Evanston, Ill.) W, 96-13 at Ball State L, 111-182 at Northern Illinois W, 166-128 Cleveland State W, 149-85 Illinois-Chicago W, 128-103 St. Bonaventure W, 175-116 Western Ontario W, 106-99 at Duke W, 159-83 at North Carolina State L, 123-168 MCC Championships 1st (1078) Eastern Intercollegiates (Baltimore, Md.) 1st, 667 NCAA Championships t-39th (6) (Austin, Texas)

10.5 10.12 10.27 11.2 11.3

Coach: Tim Welsh Record: 11-6 Stanford L, 85.5-111.5 North Carolina State L, 127-173 at Western Ontario W, 58-37 Notre Dame Relays 1st Butler W, 153-17 Evansville W, 140-38 Saint Louis W, 140-30 Xavier W, 144-25

1990-91

Diver Natalie Stitt had never competed off the 3-meter board before coming to Notre Dame, but developed into a BIG EAST Champion and NCAA participant in the event.

11.10 Ball State W, 116-110 11.29-12.1 National Catholic Championships 1st 12.8 Bowling Green L, 143-157 1.12 at Ohio State L, 37-76 vs. Minnesota (Columbus, Ohio) L, 21-92 1.18 Northern Illinois W, 172-122 1.25 at Cleveland State W, 191-105 1.26 at St. Bonaventure W, 158-141 1.29 at Illinois-Chicago W, 145-90 2.2 Northwestern L, 119-176 Eastern Michigan W, 184-103 2.21-23 MCC Championships 1st 3.6-9 Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 2nd (Cleveland, Ohio) 3.21-23 NCAA Championships t-31st (11) (Indianapolis, Ind.)

1991-92

Coach: Tim Welsh Record: 11-7 10.18 Arkansas L, 100-135 W, 141-105 10.25 Indiana 11.1 Xavier W, 102-54 Butler W, 106-53 Evansville W, 112-49 11.8 Western Ontario W, 139-64 11.16 at Ball State W, 159-141 L, 48-119 11.22 vs. Kansas (Champaign, Ill.) 11.23 at Illinois L, 68-79 vs. Southern Illinois (Champaign, Ill.) L, 83-85 11.24 vs. Purdue (Champaign, Ill.) L, 51-61 vs. Illinois State (Champaign, Ill.) W, 80-33 12.6-8 at National Catholic Championships 1st (Boston, Mass.) 12.13 at Bowling Green W, 124-119 1.10 at Texas A&M L, 102.5-132.5 1.17 at Northern Illinois W, 128-88 W, 141.5-88.5 1.18 Cleveland State L, 117-183 1.25 at Northwestern 1.29 Illinois-Chicago W, 124-87 2.20-22 Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 5th (New Brunswick, N.J.)

2.27-29 MCC Championships 3.19-21 NCAA Championships (Austin, Texas)

1st 37th (7)

1992-93

Coach: Tim Welsh Record: 9-2-1 10.30 Butler W, 129-14 Duquesne W, 145-15 Xavier W, 143-15 Notre Dame Relays 1st 10.31 Western Ontario W, 126-79 L, 109-134 11.6 Bowling Green 11.20 Ball State W, 175.5-121.5 12.4-6 at National Catholic Championships 1st (Kingston, R.I.) 1.16 Northern Illinois W, 173-70 1.29 at Cleveland State W, 128-101 1.30 at St. Bonaventure T, 149-149 at Michigan L, 131-156 2.5 2.6 Wisconsin-Milwaukee W, 149-69 W, 149-79 2.13 at Illinois-Chicago 2.25-27 MCC Championships 1st (Philadelphia, Pa.) 3.4-6 Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 2nd (Cleveland, Ohio) t-30th (13) 3.18-20 NCAA Championships (St. Paul, Minn.)

1993-94

Coach: Tim Welsh Record: 9-6 10.15 at Brigham Young 10.16 at Utah 10.29 Butler Evansville Xavier 10.29 Notre Dame Relays 10.30 Western Illinois 10.30 Northern Michigan 11.5 at Bowling Green 11.12 Florida State 11.19 Ball State 12.2-4 National Catholic Invitational

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L, 129-152 W, 142-92 W, 125-39 W, 125-41 W, 127-34 1st W, 78-34 W, 70-39 W, 143-100 L, 106-137 L, 147-153 1st (941.5)

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Cleveland State W, 145-94 at Purdue L, 114-179 St. Bonaventure L, 136-158 Kansas L, 92-170 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee W, 140-85 MCC Championships 1st (841) Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 6th (Cleveland, Ohio) NCAA Championships t-32nd (6) (Indianapolis, Ind.)

1994-95

Coach: Tim Welsh Record: 14-1 10.14 Brigham Young W, 160-139 11.4 Notre Dame Relays 2nd (172) 11.5 Bowling Green W, 152-91 Texas Christian W, 144-97 11.12 at Navy W, 129-110 11.18 Air Force W, 155-145 12.1-3 National Catholic Championships 1st (1016) 12.9 Wisconsin-Green Bay W, 129.5-106.5 12.10 at Ball State W, 169-126 1.12 at Western Ontario W, 113-61 1.21 Southern Illinois W, 161-82 1.28 2.3

Purdue at St. Bonaventure at Illinois-Chicago

2.4 2.11 2.23-25 3.2-4

at Cleveland State W, 175-52 vs. Buffalo (Cleveland, Ohio) W, 135-97 Wisconsin-Milwaukee W, 159-69 MCC Championships 1st (749) Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 1st (Cleveland, Ohio)

L, 114-129 W, 174-114 W, 165-68

1995-96

10.20 10.27 10.28

Coach: Bailey Weathers Record: 12-4 Western Ontario W, 146-59 Notre Dame Relays 1st (218) Boston College W, 196-104 Northern Michigan W, 200-100

11.3 at Bowling Green 11.18 at Villanova 11.30-12.2 Notre Dame Invitational 12.9 Ball State 1.13 Cleveland State 1.19-20 at Purdue vs. Toledo vs. Southern Illinois (West Lafayette, Ind.) 1.26 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1.27 St. Bonaventure 2.3 at Southern Illinois 2.10 Connecticut 2.22-25 BIG EAST Championships 3.22 NCAA Championships (Ann Arbor, Mich.)

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W, 136-92 W, 167-132 W, 151-146 W, 130-113 3rd (492) 31st (11)

1996-97

10.11 10.26 11.8 11.10 11.15 12.5-7 12.30 1.2-3 1.5-7 1.17 1.18 1.19 1.31 2.1 2.19-22 3.1-2 3.14-15 3.20-22

Coach: Bailey Weathers Record: 7-5 Notre Dame Relays 1st (198) at Arizona L, 50-63 at Boston College W, 203-96 at Connecticut W, 174-120 Pittsburgh W, 187-113 Notre Dame Invitational at Hawaii W, 133-67 at Hawaii Rainbow Invitational 3rd (62) (Honolulu, Hawaii) at Longhorn Diving -(Austin, Texas) Bowling Green W, 133-108 at Illinois L, 107-193 vs. Indiana L, 145.5-154.5 (Champaign, Ill.) Minnesota L, 124-176 Southern Illinois W, 161-132 at Michigan L, 58-82 vs. Eastern Michigan W, 116-23 (Ann Arbor, Mich.) BIG EAST Championships 1st (661) (Piscataway, N.J.) Shamrock Classic -NCAA Zone Diving Championships -(Minneapolis, Minn.) at NCAA Championships 25th (19) (Indianapolis, Ind.)

1997-98

Notre Dame’s relays have won 37 titles since entering the league in 1996.

W, 132-107 W, 130-113 3rd (516.5) L, 122.5-177.5 W, 137-81 L, 111-252 W, 226-122 W, 201-149

Coach: Bailey Weathers Record: 7-1 10.10 Notre Dame Relays 1st (228) 10.11 at Southern Illinois W, 167.5-126.5 10.24-25 at Collegiate Classic - (Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.) 11.7 at Pittsburgh W, 201-99 3rd (765) 11.21-23 at Minnesota Invitational

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12.4-6 1.2-3 1.9 1.16 1.17 1.30 1.31 2.18-21 2.28-3.1 3.13-14 3.19-21

(Minneapolis, Minn.) Notre Dame Invitational 2nd (753) at Rainbow Invitational 2nd (168.5) (Honolulu, Hawaii) at Hawaii (Honolulu, Hawaii) W, 157-84 vs. Iowa (Honolulu, Hawaii) W, 140-91 vs. Pacific -Miami (Fla.) W, 195-105 Illinois W, 175-125 at Bowling Green W, 155-88 vs. Buffalo (Bowling Green, Ohio) -at Michigan L, 124-166 BIG EAST Championships 1st (740.5) (Pittsburgh, Pa.) Shamrock Classic -NCAA Zone Diving Championships -(Oxford, Ohio) NCAA Championships 23rd (29) (Minneapolis, Minn.)

10.2 10.9 10.16 10.23 11.7 11.20-22 12.3-5 1.2-3 1.15-16 1.30 2.25-26 3.6-7 3.12-13 3.18-20

Coach: Bailey Weathers Record: 7-3 Stanford L, 103-150 Notre Dame Relays 1st (228) at Miami (Fla.) L, 80-140 Air Force W, 185-58 Army W, 189-52 Miami (Ohio) W, 218-82 Pittsburgh W, 194-106 Purdue W, 195-105 at Minnesota Invitational 3rd (473) (Minneapolis, Minn.) Notre Dame Invitational 2nd (1151) at Rainbow Invitational 1st (151.5) (Honolulu, Hawaii) at Illinois W, 195.5-153.3 vs. Ohio State (Champaign, Ill.) W, 214-130 at Michigan L, 136-162 BIG EAST Championships 1st (740.5) (East Meadow, NY) Shamrock Classic -NCAA Zone Diving Championships -(Indianapolis, Ind.) NCAA Championships 28th (16) (Athens, Ga.)

10.8 10.20 10.22-23 11.6 11.12 11.19-21 12.2-4 12.2-4 1.21 1.22 1.29

Coach: Bailey Weathers Record: 10-0 Notre Dame Relays 1st (222) at Metro State W, 246-35 vs. Colorado State (Denver, Colo.) W, 180-20 at Colorado State Invitational 8th (115) Texas Christian W, 154.5-99.5 at Miami (Ohio) W, 223-77 vs. Pittsburgh (Oxford, Ohio) W, 198-102 vs. Kenyon College (Oxford, Ohio) W, 242-58 Minnesota Invitational 4th (578) (Minneapolis, Minn.) at U.S. Open (San Antonio, Texas) -- Notre Dame Invitational 1st, 1292.5 Northwestern W, 158-141 Rice W, 207-87 Illinois W, 183.5-116.5 Michigan W, 170-128

1998-99

1999-2000


2.17-19 2.26-27 2.27 3.10-11 3.16-18

BIG EAST Championships 1st (829.5) (East Meadow, NY) Shamrock Classic -at Michigan Coed Intercollegiate 3rd (100) NCAA Zone Diving Championships -(Minneapolis, Minn.) NCAA Championships 18th (74.5) (Indianapolis, Ind.)

2000-2001

Coach: Bailey Weathers Record: 10-1 10.6 Notre Dame Relays 1st (240) 10.13 at Tampa W, 113-88 10.27 Miami (Fla.) W, 199-101 11.3 at Miami (Ohio) W, 196-98 vs. Pittsburgh (Oxford, Ohio) W, 196-98 vs. Kenyon College (Oxford, Ohio) W, 191-101 11.4 at Purdue L, 138-161 vs. Evansville W, 230-57 (West Lafayette, Ind.) 11.17-19 Indiana Invitational 2nd (763) (Bloomington, Ind.) 11.30-12.2 Notre Dame Invitational 1st (1404) 1.6 vs. Iowa (Honolulu, Hawaii) W, 163-73 1.2-3 1.8 Rainbow Invitational --1.12-13 (Honolulu, Hawaii) at Michigan - vs. Illinois (Ann Arbor, Mich.) W, 200.5-145.5 W, 154-146 1.25 at Northwestern 1.26 Michigan W, 157-143 2.15-17 BIG EAST Championships 1st (674.5) (East Meadow, N.Y.) 2.24-25 Shamrock Classic -3.9-10 at NCAA Zone Diving Championships - (Bloomington, Ind.) 3.15-17 at NCAA Championships 56th (East Meadow, N.Y.)

2001-02

10.5 10.5 10.19 10.23 11.1 11.16-18 12.6-8 1.8 1.18-19 1.26 1.31 2.2 2.21-23 3.2-3 3.15-16 3.21-23

Coach: Bailey Weathers Record: 10-0 Pittsburgh W, 223-77 Notre Dame Relays 1st (226) Michigan State W, 208-92 at Florida Atlantic W, 176-86 at Purdue W, 209.5-90.5 Minnesota Invitational 1st (1039) (Minneapolis, Minn.) Notre Dame Invitational 1st (2383) vs. Iowa (Honolulu, Hawaii) W, 183-61 Iowa W, 248-121 Illinois W, 247-123 Villanova W, 213-87 Northwestern W, 201-99 at Michigan W, 175-124 BIG EAST Championships 1st (797) (East Meadow, N.Y.) Shamrock Classic -NCAA Zone Diving Championships -(West Lafayette, Ind.) NCAA Championships 19th (52) (Austin, Texas)

Notre Dame’s 14 consecutive BIG EAST titles from 1996-2010 is the longest winning streak of any team in any conference sport.

2002-03

10.4 10.26 10.30 11.1 11.8 11.22-24 12.5-7 12.7 1.16 1.17-18 1.25 2.1 2.20-22 3.1-2 3.14-15 3.20-22

Coach: Bailey Weathers Record: 9-1-1 Notre Dame Relays -- at Colorado State W, 162-100 Purdue T, 150-150 Indiana L, 146-154 Michigan State W, 181-119 Minnesota Invitational 4th (500.5) (Minneapolis, Minn.) Notre Dame Invitational at Pittsburgh W, 195-105 vs. Kansas (Acapulco, Mexico) W, 129-69 at Illinois W, 192.5-172.5 vs. Michigan (Champaign, Ill.) -at Bowling Green W, 70-43 vs. Louisville W, 70-43 vs. Saint Louis W, 89-24 Michigan W, 153-147 BIG EAST Championships 1st (730) (East Meadow, N.Y.) at Bulldog Invitational (Athens, Ga.) -NCAA Zone Diving Championships -(Oxford, Ohio) NCAA Championships t-33rd (12) (Auburn, Ala.)

2003-04

Coach: Bailey Weathers Record: 8-2 10.3 Dennis Stark Relays 1st (257) 10.23 at Tampa W, 158-114 10.23 at North Carolina State -10.30 at Indiana L, 124-176 11.7 Pittsburgh W, 184-116 11.14 Bowling Green W, 188-90 Louisville W, 188-89 11.21-23 Texas A&M Invitational 7th (599) (College Station, Texas) 12.4-6 Notre Dame Invitational 1st (1284) 12.4-5 U.S. Open --

1.7 1.16-17 1.30 1.31 2.7 2.19-21 3.12-13 3.18-20 10.1 10.1 10.29 11.12 11.12 11.20 12.2-4 12.3-5 1.2 1.14-15 1.28 2.5 2.17-19 3.11-12 3.17-19

(Federal Way, Wash.) vs. Wyoming (Mission Viejo, Calif.) -vs. Northeastern -vs. Illinois (Ann Arbor, Mich.) W, 197-173 at Michigan -at Michigan State W, 160-138 vs. Ohio State W, 194-105 (East Lansing, Mich.) Michigan L, 134-166 Oakland W, 176-117 BIG EAST Championships 1st (725.5) (East Meadow, N.Y.) NCAA Zone Diving Championships -(Bloomington, Ind.) NCAA Championships 25th (28) (College Station, Texas)

2004-05

Coach: Bailey Weathers Record: 6-3 Evansville W, 161-54 Dennis Stark Relays 1st (248) at Purdue L, 130-169 vs. Arizona State (Lafayette, Ind) L, 111-188 Pittsburgh W, 172-128 Michigan State W, 199-101 at Bowling Green W, 189-112 Notre Dame Invitational 12th (216) at Georgia Invitational 5th (272) at St. Lucia Invatational 2nd (170) Illinois W, 183-181 at Michigan L, 161-138 at Oakland W, 163.5-134.5 BIG EAST Championships 1st (804) (East Meadow, N.Y.) NCAA Diving Championships -(West Lafayette, Ind.) NCAA Championships -- (West Lafayette, Ind.) 24th (32)

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Year-By-Year Results 2005-06

10.7 10.28 10.29 11.04 11.11 11.18-20 12.01-03 1.13-14 1.13-14 1.21 1.27-28 2.15-18 3.18

Coach: Carrie Nixon Record: 5-2 Dennis Stark Relays 1st (240) California L 141.5-156.5 at Purdue L 128-172 at Pittsburgh W 138-105 Minnesota W 163-135 at Minnesota Invitational 1st (722) Notre Dame Invitational 1st (1822) at Michigan W, 1,120-1111 vs. Illinois (Ann Arbor, Mich.) W, 1,120-840 at Michigan State W 156-147 Shamrock Invitational Louisville W, 218-148 Oakland W, 258-109 BIG EAST Championships 1st (705.5) (East Meadow, N.Y.) NCAA Championships 41st (4) (Athens, Ga.)

10.6 11.3 11.10 11.11 11.17-19 12.1-2 1.5 1.12-13 1.26-27 2.3

Coach: Carrie Nixon Record: 8-1 Dennis Stark Relays 1st (273) Purdue W, 185-115 Michigan State W, 155.5-86.5 Pittsburgh W, 188-112 at Minnesota Invitational 1st (889) at Ohio State Invitational 3rd (89) at Hawaii W, 142-99 at Michigan Invitational 2nd (1074) Shamrock Invitational Connecticut W, 293-76 Penn State L, 156.5-213.5 Oakland W, 310-54 West Virginia W, 222.5-147.5 at Louisville W, 154-89

2006-07

2.14-17 3.8-10

BIG EAST Championships (East Meadow, N.Y.) NCAA Championships (Minneapolis, MN)

1st (758) 27th (25)

2007-08

Coach: Carrie Nixon Record: 4-7 10.5 Dennis Stark Relays 1st (226) 10.19 USC L, 103.50-158.50 10.26 at Minnesota L, 101-199 11.2 at Purdue W, 158.5-131.5 L, 148-150 11.9 at Pittsburgh 11.16-17 at Northwestern L, 162-208 vs. Wisconsin L, 151-218 3rd (972) 11.29-12.2 Washington Husky Invite vs. LSU (Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.) L, 120-142 1.2 1.4 at Miami W, 132-110 1.11-12 Irish Invitational 3rd (898.50) 1.18 Louisville W, 188-111 L, 141.5-158.5 1.19 at Toledo 1.25-26 Shamrock Invitational vs. West Virginia W, 249-116 1st (767) 2.20-23 BIG EAST Championships (East Meadow, N.Y.) -3.14-16 NCAA Zone Diving Championships 3.8-10 NCAA Championships - (Columbus, Ohio)

2008-09

10.3 10.24-25 10.31 11.8 12.5-7 1.10 1.17 1.23-24 2.7 2.18-21 3.1 3.13-14 3.19-21

Coach: Brian Barnes Record: 6-3 Dennis Stark Relays 1st (280) Debbie Pipher Memorial Invite 2nd / 3rd (Pullman, Wash.) vs. Pittsburgh W, 223-77 vs. Purdue W, 189-111 Ohio State Invitational 3rd (458) (Columbus, Ohio) at Northwestern L, 173-178 vs. Toledo W, 268-83 at Louisville L, 144-156 Shamrock Invitational W /W /W at Michigan L, 102-141 BIG EAST Championships 1st (828) (Indianapolis, Ind.) Boiler-Make-It Invitational -West Lafayette, Ind. NCAA Zone Diving Championships -(Minneapolis, Minn.) NCAA Championships 31st (19) (College Station, Texas)

2009-10

Dennis Stark helped pave the way for the women’s swimming and diving program at Notre Dame. Originally, women competed alongside the men’s program for several seasons.

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Coach: Brian Barnes Record: 2-5 10.9 Dennis Stark Relays 10.10 vs. Michigan 11.06 at Purdue 11.20-22 Hoosierland Invite (Bloomington, Ind.) 1.09 vs. Northwestern 1.16 vs. Louisville 1.23-24 Shamrock Invitational 2.17-20 BIG EAST Championships

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2nd (186) L, 133-165 L, 121-179 -L, 147-153 L, 146-154 W /W / L 1st (773.5)

3.12-13 3.18-20

(Pittsburgh, Pa.) NCAA Zone Diving Championships -(West Lafayette, Ind.) NCAA Championships 38th (14) (West Lafayette, Ind.)

10.8 10.22 10.29 11.06 11.12 11.20-22 12.2-4 1.15 1.23-24 2.4 2.16-19 3.10-11 3.18-20

Coach: Brian Barnes Record: 5-7 Dennis Stark Relays 1st (220) at Auburn L, 101-197 vs. LSU L, 141.7-155.3 at Michigan State W, 150-93 vs. Purdue L, 145-155 vs. Utah W, 188.5-112.5 U.S. Nationals 3rd (228) (Columbus, Ohio) Iowa Invitational (diving) at Northwestern L, 110.5-189.5 vs. Michigan L, 117-182 Shamrock Invitational vs. Denver W, 253-117 vs. Iowa W, 264-104 vs. Ohio State L, 166.5-197.5 vs. Northwestern L, 176.5-193.5 vs. Ball State W, 175-65 BIG EAST Championships 2nd (655.5) (Pittsburgh, Pa.) NCAA Zone Diving Championships -(Columbus, Ohio) NCAA Championships T-42nd (Austin, Texas)

2010-11

2011-12

Coach: Brian Barnes Record: 6-6 10.14 10.15 10.21 10.28 11.04 11.12 12.2-4 1.14 1.21 1.27-28 2.04 2.10-12 2.15-18 3.8-9 3.15-17

Dennis Stark Relays 1st / 5 vs Oakland W, 207-93 vs. TCU W, 173-127 vs Auburn L, 167-125 at Pittsburgh W, 185-115 at Purdue L, 168-131 at Louisville L, 188-112 Ohio State Invitational 4th- 718 at Michigan L, 180-115 vs. Northwestern L, 156-144 vs Michigan State W, 218-82 Shammorock Invitational vs Iowa W, 201-169 vs OSU L, 214-147 at Ball State W, 143-100 BIG EAST Championships (Diving) 2nd (71) (Pittsburgh, Pa.) BIG EAST Swimming Championships 2nd (593.5) (Pittsburgh, Pa.) NCAA Zone Diving Meet NTS (Bloomington, Ind.) NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships 22nd-30 (Auburn, Ala.)


Chronology of Records Time Name 22.30 Amywren Miller 22.37 Amywren Miller 22.39 Amywren Miller 22.39 Carrie Nixon 22.48 Carrie Nixon 22.58 Carrie Nixon 22.62 Carrie Nixon 22.62 Carrie Nixon 22.77 Carrie Nixon 23.10 Carrie Nixon 23.93 Courtney South 23.97 Laura Shepard 23.99 Courtney South 24.20 Courtney South 24.33 Alicia Feehery 24.59 Christy VanPatten 24.89 Tracy Johnson 24.98 Tracy Johnson 25.20 Julie Boss 25.40 Karen Korowicki 26.56 Colleen Carey Time Name 49.10 Amywren Miller 49.18 Carrie Nixon 49.72 Carrie Nixon 49.89 Carrie Nixon 50.59 Carrie Nixon 51.60 Courtney South 51.70 Courtney South 51.87 Courtney South 52.18 Alicia Feehery 52.41 Alicia Feehery 52.42 Alicia Feehery 53.71 Christy VanPatten 54.13 Amy Darlington 55.10 Karen Korowicki 58.51 Lee Ann Brislawn Time Name 1:44.89 Christa Riggins 1:46.03 Christa Riggins 1:47.82 Christa Riggins 1:48.24 Katie Carroll 1:48.73 Katie Carroll 1:49.20 Ellen Johnson 1:49.29 Kristen Van Saun 1:49.44 Linda Gallo 1:50.10 Linda Gallo 1:50.48 Linda Gallo 1:50.80 Shelley Hotchkiss 1:53.67 Alicia Feehery 1:53.67 Alicia Feehery 1:54.56 Amy Darlington 1:54.65 Amy Darlington 1:56.88 Amy Darlington 1:57.50 Suzanne DeVine 1:59.40 Jeanine Blatt Time Name 4:45.50 Katie Carroll 4:47.04 Linda Gallo 4:48.02 Linda Gallo 4:50.44 Linda Gallo 4:50.91 Linda Gallo 4:54.39 Shelley Hotchkiss 4:55.56 Shelley Hotchkiss 5:00.72 Jennifer Dahl 5:06.51 Susan Bohdan 5:06.72 Amy Darlington 5:13.30 Jeanine Blatt Time Name 9:49.80 Katie Carroll 9:52.98 Claire Hutchinson 9:56.34 Linda Gallo 10:01.38 Linda Gallo 10:04.50 Linda Gallo 10:09.45 Shelley Hotchkiss

50 Free Date Location 3.18.10 West Lafayette, Ind. 2.18.09 Indianapolis, Ind. 2.20.08 East Meadow, N.Y. 3.16.00 Fort Wayne, Ind. 3.16.00 Fort Wayne, Ind. 2.17.00 Long Island, N.Y. 2.17.00 Long Island, N.Y. 2.25.99 Long Island, N.Y. 2.25.99 Long Island, N.Y. 3.1.98 Notre Dame, Ind. 2.20.97 Piscataway, N.J. 2.19.97 Piscataway, N.J. 2.24.96 Pittsburgh, Pa. 2.23.95 Notre Dame, Ind. 11.29.90 Notre Dame, Ind. 2.8.90 Notre Dame, Ind. 2.12.88 Notre Dame, Ind. 12.12.85 Bowling Green, Ohio 2.24.84 Chicago, Ill. 2.25.83 Chicago, Ill. 1.27.82 Notre Dame, Ind. 100 Free Date Location 2.20.08 East Meadow, N.Y. 2.19.00 East Meadow, N.Y. 2.19.00 East Meadow, N.Y. 2.27.99 East Meadow, N.Y. 3.21.98 Minneapolis, Minn. 2.22.97 Piscataway, N.J. 2.22.97 Piscataway, N.J. 2.24.96 Pittsburgh, Pa. 12.1.90 Notre Dame, Ind. 12.1.90 Notre Dame, Ind. 11.30.90 Notre Dame, Ind. 2.10.90 Notre Dame, Ind. 3.2.85 Notre Dame, Ind. 2.26.83 Chicago, Ill. 12.2.81 Notre Dame, Ind. 200 Free Date Location 2.20.08 East Meadow, N.Y. 2.20.08 East Meadow, N.Y. 2.14.07 East Meadow, N.Y. 11.3.06 Notre Dame, Ind. 11.11.05 Notre Dame, Ind. 2.18.05 East Meadow, N.Y. 2.26.99 East Meadow, N.Y. 2.21.98 Pittsburgh, Pa. 1.17.98 Notre Dame, Ind. 2.21.97 Piscataway, N.J. 3.3.95 Cleveland, Ohio 2.5.94 Notre Dame, Ind. 11.30.90 Notre Dame, Ind. 2.28.86 Chicago, Ill. 2.28.85 Notre Dame, Ind. 2.27.84 Chicago, Ill. 1.20.84 Notre Dame, Ind. 2.13.82 New York, N.Y. 500 Free Date Location 2.14.07 East Meadow, N.Y. 3.19.98 Minneapolis, Minn. 2.21.98 Pittsburgh, Pa. 1.2.98 Honolulu, Hawaii 2.20.97 Piscataway, N.J. 2.23.95 Notre Dame, Ind. 2.23.95 Notre Dame, Ind. 12.5.91 Boston, Mass. 2.22.90 Baltimore, Md. 2.27.86 Chicago, Ill. 3.11.82 Meadville, Pa. 1,000 Free Date Location 11.11.06 Notre Dame, Ind. 11.3.06 Notre Dame, Ind. 1.16.98 Notre Dame, Ind. 1.9.98 Honolulu, Hawaii 11.10.96 Storrs, Conn. 3.4.95 Cleveland, Ohio

Event NCAA Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships NCAA Championships NCAA Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships Shamrock Invitational BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships MCC Championships National Catholic MCC Championships vs. Illinois-Chicago vs. Bowling Green Midwest Individuals Midwest Individuals vs. Valparaiso Event BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships NCAA Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships National Catholic National Catholic National Catholic MCC Championships Midwest Individuals Midwest Individuals vs. St. Mary’s Event BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships vs. Purdue vs. Minnesota BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships vs. Illinois BIG EAST Championships Eastern Intercollegiates vs. Kansas National Catholic Midwest Individuals Midwest Individuals Midwest Individuals vs. Valparaiso vs. Fordham Event BIG EAST Championships NCAA Championships BIG EAST Championships Rainbow Invitational BIG EAST Championships MCC Championships MCC Championships National Catholic Eastern Intercollegiates Midwest Individuals AIWA D3 Championships Event vs. Pittsburgh vs. Purdue vs. Miami (Fla.) vs. Hawaii vs. Connecticut Eastern Intercollegiates

10:10.59 10:20.81 10:27.75 10:27.91 10:30.33 10:44.12 10:47.00 10:51.20

Shelley Hotchkiss Jennifer Dahl Susan Bohdan Jennifer Dahl Tanya Williams Heather Winiecki Amy Darlington Jeanine Blatt

2.25.95 1.25.92 12.13.91 11.16.91 10.14.89 12.4.88 2.10.87 3.13.82

Notre Dame, Ind. Chicago, Ill. Bowling Green, Ohio Muncie, Ind. Notre Dame, Ind. Villanova, Pa. Chicago, Ill. Meadville, Pa. 1,650 Free Time Name Date Location 16:24.48 Linda Gallo 2.21.98 Pittsburgh, Pa. 16:34.43 Linda Gallo 11.23.97 Minneapolis, Minn. 16:46.89 Shelley Hotchkiss 3.4.95 Cleveland, Ohio 16:47.46 Shelley Hotchkiss 2.25.95 Notre Dame, Ind. 12.6.91 Boston, Mass. 17:07.57 Jennifer Dahl 3.6.85 Chicago, Ill. 17:22.19 Eva Buerlocher 17:33.56 Jennifer Dahl 11.23.91 Champaign, Ill. 17:37.47 Karen Keeley 12.1.90 Notre Dame, Ind. 17:41.28 Tanya Williams 1.24.90 Notre Dame, Ind. 17:52.73 Heather Winiecki 12.3.88 Philadelphia, Pa. 18:01.17 Suzanne DeVine 12.6.87 Notre Dame, Ind. 18:01.24 Jeanine Blatt 3.13.82 Meadville, Pa. 100 Back Time Name Date Location 52.99 Kim Holden 2.18.11 Louisville, Ky. 2.18.11 Louisville, Ky. 53.79 Kim Holden 53.88 Kim Holden 2.19.10 Pittsburgh, Pa. 54.11 Maggie Behrens 2.18.09 Indianapolis, Ind. 54.17 Maggie Behrens 2.18.09 Indianapolis, Ind. 54.55 Colleen Fotsch 2.18.09 Indianapolis, Ind. 54.58 Maggie Behrens 2.18.09 Indianapolis, Ind. 54.83 Danielle Hulick 2.19.03 East Meadow, N.Y. 54.98 Kelly Hecking 2.15.01 East Meadow, N.Y. 55.44 Kelly Hecking 2.15.01 East Meadow, N.Y. 55.68 Tanya Williams 3.19.93 St. Paul, Minn. 56.44 Tanya Williams 3.8.92 Carbondale, Ill. 58.27 Cara Garvey 12.6.91 Boston, Mass. 58.43 Tanya Williams 12.8.90 Notre Dame, Ind. 1:00.83 Tanya Williams 10.14.89 Notre Dame, Ind. 1:00.84 Christine Moston 2.26.88 Chicago, Ill. 1:02.92 Barbara Byrne 2.28.86 Chicago, Ill. 1:03.28 Barbara Byrne 3.1.85 Notre Dame, Ind. 2.24.84 Chicago, Ill. 1:04.80 Karen Kramer 1:06.00 Raili Tikka 2.4.83 Notre Dame, Ind. 1:06.20 Lee Ann Brislawn 1.17.82 Notre Dame, Ind. 200 Back Time Name Date Location 1:53.67 Kelly Ryan 3.17.12 Auburn, Ala. 1:55.18 Kim Holden 2.19.11 Louisville, Ky. 1:55.79 Kim Holden 2.20.10 Pittsburgh, Pa. 1:56.22 Kim Holden 2.20.10 Pittsburgh, Pa. 1:57.45 Kelly Hecking 3.21.02 Austin, Texas 1:57.56 Erin Brooks 2.22.97 Piscataway, N.J. 1:57.68 Tanya Williams 3.20.93 St.Paul, Minn. 1:57.98 Tanya Williams 3.20.93 St. Paul, Minn. 1:58.27 Tanya Williams 3.22.92 Austin, Texas 1:59.84 Tanya Williams 3.8.92 Carbondale, Ill. 2:01.67 Tanya Williams 12.13.91 Bowling Green, Ohio 2:04:43 Tanya Williams 11.23.91 Champaign, Ill. 2:05.78 Tanya Williams 12.8.90 Notre Dame, Ind. 2:10.88 Tanya Williams 1.19.90 DeKalb, Ill. 2:12.27 Christie Moston 2.22.88 Evansville, Ill. 2:12.55 Katie Pamenter 2.22.88 Evansville, Ill. 2:16.01 Barbara Byrne 2.27.86 Chicago, Ill. 2:16.68 Karen Kramer 2.28.85 Chicago, Ill. 2.23.84 Chicago, Ill. 2:18.70 Karen Kramer 2:20.60 Venette Cochiolo 2.4.83 Notre Dame, Ind. 100 Breast Time Name Date Location 59.44 Samantha Maxwell 3.19.09 College Station,Texas 59.73 Samantha Maxwell 3.19.09 College Station,Texas 1:00.38 Samantha Maxwell 2.18.09 Indianapolis, Ind. 1:00.89 Samantha Maxwell 2.18.09 Indianapolis, Ind. 1:01.57 Samantha Maxwell 12.5.08 Columbus, Ohio 1:01.68 Samantha Maxwell 2.20.08 East Meadow, N.Y. 1:01.82 Shannon Suddarth 3.20.98 Minneapolis, Minn. 1:02.07 Shannon Suddarth 2.21.98 Pittsburgh, Pa. 1:03.70 Shannon Suddarth 2.21.97 Piscataway, N.J. 1:04.55 Brittany Kline 2.24.96 Pittsburgh, Pa. 1:05.54 Jesslyn Peterson 3.3.95 Cleveland, Ohio

MCC Championships vs. Northwestern vs. Bowling Green vs. Ball State MCC Dual Meet vs. Villanova / Fordham vs. Illinois-Chicago AIWA D3 Championships Event BIG EAST Championships vs. Minnesota Eastern Intercollegiates MCC Championships National Catholic Midwest Individuals vs. Illinois / Southern Illinois National Catholic vs. Illinois.Chicago National Catholic vs. Villanova / Fordham AIWA D3 Championships Event BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships NCAA Championships Southern Illinois Invitational National Catholic vs. Bowling Green MCC Dual Meet Midwest Independent Midwest Invitational Midwest Independent Midwest Invitational DePauw vs. Cleveland State Event NCAA Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships NCAA Championships BIG EAST Championships NCAA Championships NCAA Championships NCAA Championships Southern Illinois Invitational vs. Bowling Green vs. Illinois / Southern Illinois vs. Bowling Green vs. Northern Illinois MCC Championships MCC Championships Midwest Invitational Midwest Invitational Midwest Invitational vs. DePauw Event NCAA Championships NCAA Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships Ohio State Invitational BIG EAST Championships NCAA Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships Eastern Intercollegiates

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Chronology of Records 1:05.70 1:05.77 1:07.19 1:08.27 1:09.50 1:09.50 1:10.00 1:14.43

Cleveland, Ohio Notre Dame, Ind. Morgantown, W.Va. Chicago, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Notre Dame, Ind. 200 Breast Time Name Date Location 2:09.62 Samantha Maxwell 3.19.09 College Station,Texas 2:09.86 Samantha Maxwell 3.19.09 College Station,Texas 2:10.35 Samantha Maxwell 2.18.09 Indianapolis, Ind. 2:12.08 Samantha Maxwell 2.18.09 Indianapolis, Ind. 2:12.46 Samantha Maxwell 2:12.46 Columbus, Ohio 2:12.76 Samantha Maxwell 2.20.08 East Meadow, N.Y. 2:13.33 Shannon Suddarth 3.18.00 Fort Wayne, Ind. 2:13.47 Shannon Suddarth 3.21.98 Minneapolis, Minn. 2:13.99 Shannon Suddarth 2.21.98 Pittsburgh, Pa.

Event NCAA Championships NCAA Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships Ohio State Invitational BIG EAST Championships NCAA Championships NCAA Championships BIG EAST Championships

2:15.41 Shannon Suddarth 3.22.97

NCAA Championships

2:19.10 2:23.40 2:27.53 2:29.39 2:30.20

Jesslyn Peterson Becky Wood Becky Wood Becky Wood Venette Cochiolo Suzanne DeVine Venette Cochiolo Teri Schindler

Becky Wood Becky Wood Becky Wood Venette Cochiolo Venette Cochiolo

Time Name 53.46 Kellyn Kuhlke 53.88 Amywren Miller 54.07 Carrie Nixon 54.27 Carrie Nixon 55.52 Elizabeth Barger 55.57 Elizabeth Barger 55.70 Elizabeth Barger 55.77 Elizabeth Barger 55.86 Alison Newell 57.06 Tanya Williams 57.31 Tanya Williams 57.70 Suzanne DeVine 1:00.38 Kathy Latino Time Name 1:57.72 Katie Casey 1:58.10 Katie Carroll 1:58.39 Lisa Garcia

3.3.95 12.9.89 2.26.89 2.26.88 2.28.86 2.29.84 2.25.83 1.27.82

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Lisa Garcia 3.22.03 Lisa Garcia 3.21.02 Alison Newell 3.18.00 Alison Newell 11.21.99 Alison Newell 3.22.97 Alison Newell 2.22.97 Tanya Williams 12.3.89 Suzanne DeVine 2.25.84 Kathy Latino 3.12.82

Eastern Intercollegiates vs. St. Mary’s Eastern Intercollegiates Midwest Independent Midwest Invitational Midwest Invitational Midwest Independent vs. Valparaiso

NCAA Championships Eastern Intercollegiates Midwest Independent Midwest Independent Midwest Independent Event BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships Shamrock Classic Shamrock Classic BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships vs. Ball State vs. Northwestern Midwest Invitational AIWA D3 Championships Event BIG EAST Championships NCAA Championships NCAA Championships NCAA Championships NCAA Championships NCAA Championships Minnesota Invitational NCAA Championships BIG EAST Championships National Catholic Midwest Invitational AIWA D3 Championships Event NCAA Championships NCAA Championships BIG EAST Championships Ohio State Invitational Ohio State Invitational NCAA Championships NCAA Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships National Catholic National Catholic NCAA Championships Midwest Invitational vs. Fordham

400 IM Time Name Date Location Event 4:12.02 Katie Carroll 3.9.07 Minneapolis, Minn. NCAA Championships 4:13.13 Katie Carroll 3.19.04 College Station, Texas NCAA Championships 4:13.34 Katie Carroll 3.19.04 College Station, Texas NCAA Championships 4:14:47 Marie Labosky 1.26.02 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Villanova 4:16.94 Marie Labosky 2.16.01 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championships 4:18.36 Marie Labosky 2.16.01 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championships NCAA Championships 4:19.87 Tanya Williams 3.14.90 Austin, Texas 4:22.30 Tanya Williams 12.9.89 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. St. Mary’s 4:25.61 Tanya Williams 12.2.89 New York, N.Y. National Catholic 4:28.53 Tanya Williams 11.10.89 Bowling Green, Ohio vs. Bowling Green Midwest Invitational 4:38.34 Amy Darlington 2.27.87 Notre Dame, Ind. North Star Championships 4:47.31 Amy Darlington 2.21.86 Evansville, Ind. 4:50.51 Monica Walker 2.24.84 Chicago, Ill. Midwest Invitational 2.27.82 -- -4:55.10 Jeanine Blatt 200 Free Relay Time Name Date Location Event 1:31.01 Amywren Miller 2.18.09 Indianapolis, Ind. BIG EAST Championships Colleen Fotsch, Maggie Behrens, Christa Riggins 1:31.07 Caroline Johnson 2.20.08 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championships Lauren Parisi, Christa Riggins, Amywren Miller 1:31.85 Caroline Johnson 2.14.07 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championships Christa Riggins, Katie Carroll, Rebecca Grove 1:32.01 Katie Eckholt 2.20.02 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championships Carrie Nixon, Danielle Hulick, Kelly Hecking 1:32.64 Brooke Davey 2.17.00 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championships Carrie Nixon, Kelly Hecking, Laura Shepard 1:32.96 Brooke Davey 2.25.99 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championships Carrie Nixon, Kelly Hecking, Laura Shepard 1:33.86 Linda Gallo 2.21.98 Pittsburgh, Pa. BIG EAST Championships Carrie Nixon, Katie Collins, Laura Shepard 2.19.97 Piscataway, N.J. BIG EAST Championships 1:35.59 Linda Gallo Courtney South, Laura Shepard, Natalie Najarian 1:37.65 Rachel Thurston 12.2.93 Notre Dame, Ind. National Catholic Cara Garvey, Amy Bostick, Erin Brooks National Catholic 1:38.88 Rachel Thurston 12.4.92 Kingston, R.I. Cara Garvey, Kelly Walsh, Mary Wendell 1:39.03 Meghan Beeler 11.23.91 Champaign, Ill. vs. Illinois / Southern Illinois Alicia Feehery, Haley Scott, Jennifer Dahl 1:39.04 Christy Van Patten 3.8.91 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiates Katey Andrew, Shana Stephens, Tracie O’Connell 2.26.88 Chicago, Ill. Midwest Independent 1:40.00 Tracy Johnson Barbara Byrne, Amy Darlington, Kathy Quirk 1:41.05 Julie Boss 3.1.85 Notre Dame, Ind. Midwest Independent P.J. Amberg, Suzanne DeVine, Amy Darlington vs. Cleveland State 1:41.10 Lee Ann Brislawn 1.17.82 Notre Dame, Ind. Rita Harrington, Jean Murtagh, Jeanine Blatt 400 Free Relay Time Name Date Location Event 3:18.93 Kelly Ryan 2.18.12 Pittsburgh, Pa. BIG EAST Championships Amy Prestinario, Suzanne Bessire, Emma Reaney 3:19.38 Megan Farrell 2.20.08 East Meadow, N,Y. BIG EAST Championships Christa Riggins, Lauren Parisi, Amywren Miller 3:21.25 Katie Eckholt 2.23.02 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championships Danielle Hulick, Carrie Nixon, Kelly Hecking 3:25.00 Brooke Davey 2.15.01 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championships Danielle Hulick, Liane Watkins, Kelly Hecking 2.19.00 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championships 3:25.74 Brenda Reilly Kelly Hecking, Brooke Davey, Laura Shepard 3:26.61 Kelly Hecking 2.27.99 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championships Maureen Hillenmeyer, Laura Shepard, Carrie Nixon 3:27.43 Linda Gallo 2.21.98 Pittsburgh, Pa. BIG EAST Championships Carrie Nixon, Katie Collins, Courtney South 3:28.39 Linda Gallo 2.22.97 Piscataway, N.J. BIG EAST Championships Alison Newell, Karen Daylor, Courtney South National Catholic 3:29.61 Rachel Thurston 12.4.93 Notre Dame, Ind. Jennifer Dahl, Jesslyn Peterson, Karen Daylor 3:33.77 Alicia Feehery 12.1.90 Notre Dame, Ind. National Catholic Tanya Williams, Colette LaForce, Christy Moston 3:38.35 Jackie Jones 2.27.88 Chicago, Ill. Midwest Independent Kelly Quinn, Kathy Quirk, Amy Darlington Midwest Invitational 3:38.77 Amy Darlington 2.28.87 Notre Dame, Ind. Kathy Quirk, Kelly Quinn, Suzanne DeVine 3:39.08 Julie Boss 3.2.85 Notre Dame, Ind. Midwest Independent Barbara Byrne, Suzanne DeVine, Amy Darlington 3:43.50 Julie Boss 2.25.84 Chicago, Ill. Midwest Invitational Monica Walker, Karen Kramer, Suzanne DeVine 3:46.10 Jean Murtagh 2.26.83 Chicago, Ill. Midwest Independent Julie Boss, Karen Korowicki, Gina Gamboa

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800 Free Relay Time Name Date Location 7:13.51 Megan Farrell 2.18.09 Indianapolis, Ind. Amy Prestinario, Lauren Sylvester, Christa Riggins 7:14.91 Christa Riggins 3.9.07 Minneapolis, Minn. Katie Carroll, Megan Farrell, Ellen Johnson 7:15.36 Christa Riggins 2.14.07 East Meadow, N.Y. Casey Wagner, Megan Farrell, Katie Carroll 7:19.46 Christa Riggins 2.15.06 East Meadow, N.Y. Casey Wagner, Ellen Johnson, Katie Carroll 7:20.12 Ellen Johnson 2.20.04 East Meadow, N.Y. Katie Carroll, Lisa Garcia, Ann Barton 2.21.98 Pittsburgh, Pa. 7:22.17 Alison Newell Kristen Van Saun, Katie Collins, Linda Gallo 7:25.69 Allison Hollis 2.21.97 Piscataway, N.J. Linda Gallo, Courtney South, Alison Newell 7:33.79 Shelley Hotchkiss 2.24.96 Pittsburgh, Pa. Linda Gallo, Jesslyn Peterson, Courtney South Cleveland, Ohio 7:35.66 Shelley Hotchkiss 3.3.95 Linda Gallo, Jennifer Dahl, Jesslyn Peterson 7:41.10 Jesslyn Peterson 12.3.93 Notre Dame, Ind. Alyssa Peterson, Amy Bostick, Jennifer Dahl 7:43.98 Haley Scott 12.6.91 Boston, Mass. Angie Roby, Kristin Heath, Jennifer Dahl 7:45.54 Susan Bohdan 3.7.91 Cleveland, Ohio Colette LaForce, Tanya Williams, Alicia Feehery 7:45.98 Susan Bohdan 11.30.90 Notre Dame, Ind. Kristin Heath, Alicia Feehery, Tanya Williams 7:50.73 Kim Steel 2.25.90 Baltimore, Md. Susan Bohdan, Katie Pamenter, Tanya Williams 2.25.88 Chicago, Ill. 7:54.41 Kathy Quirk Barbara Byrne, Christy Moston, Amy Darlington 2.26.87 Notre Dame, Ind. 7:54.93 Kathy Quirk Barbara Byrne, Amy Darlington, Suzanne DeVine 7:59.29 Karen Kramer 2.29.85 Notre Dame, Ind. Barbara Byrne, Suzanne DeVine, Amy Darlington 8:33.60 Karen Korowicki 2.24.83 Chicago, Ill. Jean Murtagh, Joan Burke, Sheila Roesler 200 Medley Relay Time Name Date Location 1:38.97 Kim Holden 2.16.11 Louisville, Ky. Samantha Maxwell, Kellyn Kuhlke, Amy Prestinario 1:39.29 Colleen Fotsch 3.1.09 West Lafayette, Ind. Samantha Maxwell, Kellyn Kuhlke, Amywren Miller 1:39.61 Colleen Fotsch 2.18.09 Indianapolis, Ind. Samantha Maxwell, Kellyn Kuhlke, Amywren Miller 1:40.84 Caroline Johnson 2.20.08 East Meadow, N.Y. Samantha Maxwell, Amywren Miller, Christa Riggins 1:41.91 Caroline Johnson 2.15.06 East Meadow, N.Y. Julia Quinn, Jessica Stephens, Rebecca Grove 1:41.93 Kelly Hecking 2.22.02 East Meadow, N.Y. Allison Lloyd, Lisa D’Olier, Carrie Nixon 1:42.47 Kelly Hecking 2.26.99 East Meadow, N.Y. Brittany Kline, Elizabeth Barger, Carrie Nixon 1:44.48 Linda Gallo 2.18.98 Pittsburgh, Pa. Brittany Kline, Elizabeth Barger, Carrie Nixon 1:44.97 Erin Brooks 2.19.97 Piscataway, N.J. Brittany Kline, Elizabeth Barger, Linda Gallo 1:46.82 Erin Brooks 2.24.96 Pittsburgh, Pa. Lauren Relay, Brittany Kline, Courtney South 1:47.82 Jesslyn Peterson 3.5.93 Cleveland, Ohio Kelly Walsh, Tanya Williams, Rachel Thurston 1:49.36 Shana Stephens 3.6.91 Cleveland, Ohio Callie Bollattino, Tanya Williams, Alicia Feehery 1:49.82 Shana Stephens 11.30.90 Notre Dame, Ind. Shannah Mather, Tanya Williams, Alicia Feehery 1:40.00 Tracy Johnson 2.26.88 Chicago, Ill. Barbara Byrne, Amy Darlington, Kathy Quirk 1:41.05 Julie Boss 3.1.85 Notre Dame, Ind. P.J. Amberg, Suzanne DeVine, Amy Darlington 2.24.83 Chicago, Ill. 1:55.80 Raili Tikka Venette Cochiolo, Gina Gamboa, Julie Boss 1:59.00 Lee Ann Brislawn 1.17.82 Notre Dame, Ind. Terri Schindler, Kathy Latino, Jean Murtagh 400 Medley Relay Time Name Date Location 3:35.89 Kim Holden 2.18.11 Louisville, Ky. Samantha Maxwell, Katie Casey, Kelly Ryan 3:36.20 Maggie Behrens 2.18.09 Indianapolis, Ind. Samantha Maxwell, Kellyn Kuhlke, Amywren Miller 3:40.98 Kelly Hecking 2.21.02 East Meadow, N.Y. Allison Lloyd, Lisa D’Olier, Carrie Nixon

Event BIG EAST Championships NCAA Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships Eastern Intercollegiates National Catholic National Catholic Eastern Intercollegiates National Catholic Eastern Intercollegiates Midwest Independent Midwest Invitational Midwest Independent Midwest Independent Event BIG EAST Championships Boiler Make It BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships Eastern Intercollegiate Eastern Intercollegiates National Catholic Midwest Independent Midwest Independent Midwest Independent vs. Cleveland State Event BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships BIG EAST Championships

3:41.31 3:42.62 3:43.17 3:45.86 3:47.25 3:50.00 3:52.37 3:52.86 3:56.92 3:57.88 4:03.15 4:05.30 4:10.80 4:14.00

Kelly Hecking 3.16.00 Indianapolis, Ind. NCAA Championships Shannon Suddarth, Elizabeth Barger, Carrie Nixon Kelly Hecking 3.18.99 Athens, Ga. NCAA Championships Brittany Kline, Elizabeth Barger, Carrie Nixon Kelly Hecking 2.25.99 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championships Shannon Suddarth, Elizabeth Barger, Carrie Nixon Tiffany O’Brien 2.21.98 Pittsburgh, Pa. BIG EAST Championships Shannon Suddarth, Elizabeth Barger, Carrie Nixon Erin Brooks 2.20.97 Piscataway, N.J. BIG EAST Championships Brittany Kline, Elizabeth Barger, Courtney South Erin Brooks 2.24.96 Pittsburgh, Pa. BIG EAST Championships Brittany Kline, Lauren Relay, Courtney South Erin Brooks 3.2.95 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Jesslyn Peterson, Lauren Relay , Courtney South Cara Garvey 12.13.91 Bowling Green, Ohio vs. Bowling Green Becky Wood, Tanya Williams, Jennifer Dahl Shana Stephens 11.29.90 Notre Dame, Ind. National Catholic Shannah Mather, Tanya Williams, Alicia Feehery Katie Pamenter 12.3.89 New York, N.Y. National Catholic Becky Wood, Tanya Williams, Kim Steel Christine Moston 2.25.88 Chicago, Ill. Midwest Independent Becky Wood, Amy Darlington, Tracy Johnson Barbara Byrne 3.1.85 Notre Dame, Ind. Midwest Independent Venette Cochiolo, Suzanne DeVine, Amy Darlington Raili Tikka 2.24.84 Chicago, Ill. Midwest Invitational Venette Cochiolo, Monica Walker, Suzanne DeVine Raili Tikka 2.25.83 Chicago, Ill. Midwest Independent Venette Cochiolo, Gina Gamboa, Karen Korowicki 1-meter Diving (dual - 6) Time Name Date Location Event 328.43 Meghan Perry.Eaton 1.28.05 Ann Arbor, Mich. vs. Michigan 322.64 Meghan Perry.Eaton 2.1.03 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Michigan 319.27 Heather Mattingly 1.26.02 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Villanova vs. Michigan State 304.50 Heather Mattingly 10.19.01 Notre Dame, Ind. 283.12 Gina Ketelhohn 1.29.00 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Michigan vs. Air Force / Army 282.08 Heather Mattingly 10.23.98 Notre Dame, Ind. 282.075 Liane Gallagher 2.6.93 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee 262.425 Jenny Kipp 1.18.92 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Cleveland State 259.87 Jenny Kipp 11.3.90 Notre Dame, Ind. MCC Dual Meet 248.10 Andrea Bonny 2.5.88 St. Louis, Mo. vs. St. Louis / Oral Roberts 233.95 Andrea Bonny 12.8.85 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Cleveland State 217.65 Andrea Bonny 2.2.85 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. St. Mary’s 188.35 Mary Amico 2.16.83 Kalamazoo, Mich. vs. Kalamazoo 137.5 Anna Furleigh 1.27.82 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Valparaiso 1-meter Diving (championship - 6) Time Name Date Location Event 331.58 Meghan Perry-Eaton 1.17.03 Champaign, Ill. vs. Illinois / Michigan 1-meter Diving (championship - 10) Time Name Date Location Event 425.40 Heather Mattingly 11.20.98 Minneapolis, Minn. Minnesota Invitational 400.55 Gina Ketelhohn 12.4.96 Notre Dame, Ind. Notre Dame Invitational 382.95 Liane Gallagher 12.4.92 Kingston, R.I. National Catholic 367.70 Jenny Kipp 2.28.92 Notre Dame, Ind. MCC Championships 364.14 Jenny Kipp 2.8.90 Notre Dame, Ind. MCC Championships 1-meter Diving (championship - 11) Time Name Date Location Event 445.65 Jenny Kipp 12.2.88 Philadelphia, Pa. National Catholic 423.95 Andrea Bonny 1.24.88 Providence, R.I. vs. Providence 400.42 Andrea Bonny 1.31.86 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Oral Roberts 3-meter Diving (dual - 6) Time Name Date Location Event 376.20 Natalie Stitt 1.30.10 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Louisville 351.15 Heather Mattingly 1.26.01 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Michigan 332.40 Heather Mattingly 10.23.98 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Air Force / Army 315.30 Liane Gallagher 1.16.93 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Northern Illinois 272.85 Jenny Kipp 1.18.92 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Cleveland State 265.72 Andrea Bonny 2.12.88 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Illinois-Chicago 242.20 Andrea Bonny 1.18.86 London, Canada vs. Western Ontario 12.8.84 Cleveland, Ohio vs. Cleveland State 241.30 Andrea Bonny 197.85 Mary Amico 1.29.83 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Western Ontario 159.05 Anna Furleigh 12.8.81 Kalamazoo, Mich. vs. Western Michigan 3-meter Diving (championship - 11) Time Name Date Location Event 586.43 550.55 526.75 491.24

436.57

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Andrea Bonny

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Rolfs Aquatic Center The Irish swimming and diving teams compete in the state-of-the-art Rolfs Aquatic Center. After four years of varsity intercollegiate swimming competition in the Rockne Memorial Pool, the Notre Dame women’s swimming and diving program entered a new era in 1985, as they moved to the $4.5-million natatorium located in the Joyce Center. Donated by brothers Thomas and Robert Rolf of West Bend, Wis., the Rolfs Aquatic Center provides Notre Dame with a modern, innovative facility on par with any other in the country. Ellerbe Architects and Engineers of Bloomington, Minn., the architects used in the planning of the Joyce Center, also were commissioned to design the 45,000-squarefoot facility which houses a 50-meter Olympic pool (25 yards in width), spectator seating for 400 and support facilities. The facility features two movable bulkheads to allow sections of the pool to be blocked off, allowing swimming competition and warm-up swimming to occur simultaneously. The design also allows recreational swimming, water polo, instructional swimming and other aquatic activities. Diving is accommodated with two one-meter boards and two three-meter boards. Support functions housed in the center of the facility just below the spectator seating include men’s and women’s locker rooms, men’s and women’s varsity locker rooms, and men’s and women’s staff locker rooms. Offices for the Notre Dame swimming staff, aquatics

Equipment necessary for the latest diving training techniques, including a trampoline, is located in the diving area. The Rolfs Aquatic Center diving well contains two one-meter boards and two three-meter boards.

directors, and lifeguards are deckside and glass-fronted with a view of the pool. Several deckside instructional areas are located around the pool and feature infrared heat lamps, designed to keep wet swimmers warm between events. The pool features a stainless steel racing gutter which is designed to absorb the bow waves of a swimmer, allowing faster swimming times. Another instructional feature is the presence of two underwater windows which allow critiquing of a diver’s or swimmer’s underwater technique. The unique structural system consists of three trusses which span 120 feet, with the roof suspended below the

The Rolfs Aquatic Center is home to Notre Dame women’s and men’s swimming and diving teams. The pool has two moveable bulkheads that allow the Irish the opportunity to train on either a long or short course.

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trusses. In addition, the white exterior trusses provide an interesting and athletic character to the building. The lighting system is designed to be adjusted from maximum brightness for television to nearly dark for dramatic synchronized swimming presentations. The center was officially dedicated on November 13, 1985.

Irish in the Rolfs Aquatic Center Year W L 1985-86 4 1 1986-87 3 2 1987-88 5 3 1988-89 1 4 1989-90 5 0 1990-91 6 4 1991-92 7 1 1992-93 7 1 1993-94 6 4 1994-95 7 1 1995-96 7 1 1996-97 3 1 1997-98 2 0 1998-99 5 1 1999-2000 5 0 2000-01 2 0 2001-02 6 0 2002-03 2 1 2003-04 4 1 2004-05 4 0 2005-06 4 1 2006-07 6 1 2007-08 2 1 2008-09 5 0 2009-10 2 4 2010-11 4 3 2011-12 4 2 Totals 108 38

T Pct. 0 .800 0 .600 0 .625 0 .200 0 1.000 0 .600 0 .875 0 .875 0 .600 0 .875 0 .875 0 .750 0 1.000 0 .833 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 1 .625 0 .800 0 1.000 0 .800 0 .857 0 .666 0 1.000 0 .333 0 .571 0 .667 1 .756


The BIG EAST Conference With 30 years under its belt, The BIG EAST Conference continues on a path of success in and out of the athletic arena. The goals have always been the same. The league wants and expects to compete at the highest level and does so with integrity and sportsmanship. The commendable performances of the student-athletes at BIG EAST schools are the indicators of the league’s proud tradition of success. The BIG EAST has gone through membership changes since its birth, but the 2009-10 academic year will mark the conference’s fifth straight with the same 16-member group, the nation’s largest Division I-A conference. In 2008-09, BIG EAST student-athletes again succeeded on the national stage. The Connecticut women’s basketball team won its sixth national championship by defeating conference-foe Louisville in an all-BIG EAST NCAA title game. The Notre Dame women’s soccer team reached the NCAA championship game and the Syracuse field hockey squad advanced to the NCAA Final Four. Three BIG EAST women’s cross country teams finished in the top 10 at the NCAA Championships. West Virginia was fourth followed by Villanova in sixth place and Georgetown in ninth. Individually in women’s sports, Providence’s Dannette Doetzel won the 10,000 meters at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships. Connecticut’s Maya Moore was the conference’s sixth winner of the Wade Trophy as the top player in women’s basketball. Notre Dame’s Kerri Hanks won the Hermann Trophy, the top award in women’s soccer. On the men’s side, Connecticut and Villanova advanced to the Final Four in basketball. The 2008-09 campaign was arguably the best men’s basketball season in the history of the BIG EAST with the league setting NCAA standards with three No. 1 tournament seeds, four teams in the round of the Elite Eight and five in the Sweet 16. The St. John’s men’s soccer team reached the NCAA College Cup before losing in the national semifinals. BIG EAST football has maintained its high profile and its reputation as a balanced group. Seven of the league’s eight squads were nationally ranked or received votes in the national polls in 2008. Cincinnati was the league champion. The BIG EAST, a charter member of the Bowl Championship Series, has won three of its last four BCS bowl games. West Virginia, Louisville and Connecticut also have won or shared league crowns over the past four seasons. The BIG EAST has continued to produce studentathletes who were at the forefront of athletic and academic achievement. In 2008-09, 19 BIG EAST players were chosen to their respective ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Teams, including eight first-team selections. Nearly 400 studentathletes have earned academic all-America honors. The BIG EAST became the nation’s largest Division I-A conference in 2005-06 when five new members began competing. The new schools were: University of Cincinnati, DePaul University, University of Louisville, Marquette University and the University of South Florida. BIG EAST institutions reside in nine of the nation’s top-34 largest media markets, including New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Tampa, Pittsburgh, Hartford, Milwaukee and Cincinnati. With its newest members, BIG EAST markets contain almost one-fourth of all television households in the U.S.

Since opening its doors in 1979, the league has won 26 national championships in six different sports and 126 student-athletes have won individual national titles. The BIG EAST has enjoyed tremendous basketball success, especially in this decade. In 2008-09, the BIG EAST produced four of the eight Final Four teams in men’s and women’s basketball. It was only the second time in NCAA history that one conference placed that many Final Four teams in the same season. In 2003-04, Connecticut became the first school in NCAA history to win the men’s and women’s NCAA basketball titles in the same season. In ’0203, the BIG EAST became the first conference in NCAA history to win the men’s and women’s titles in the same year when the Syracuse men and the Connecticut women captured their respective national championships. In men’s basketball, BIG EAST squads have won three of the last 11 NCAA championships. BIG EAST women’s teams have taken six of the last 10 NCAA titles. Proactive movement has been a signature strategy for the conference that was born in 1979. The BIG EAST continually turns challenges into opportunities to become stronger. In 2009-10, the BIG EAST will add men’s lacrosse to its growing list of sports, which will increase its total to 24 sport championships. The first women’s golf championship was held in the spring of 2003. Women’s lacrosse and rowing were added in 2001. The BIG EAST became a reality on May 31, 1979, following a meeting of athletic directors from Providence College, St. John’s, Georgetown and Syracuse universities. Seton Hall, Connecticut and Boston College completed the original seven school alliance. While the membership has both increased and changed, the focus of the BIG EAST has not wavered. The conference reflects a tradition of broad based programs, led by administrators and coaches who place a constant emphasis on

academic integrity. Its student athletes own significantly high graduation rates and their record of scholastic achievement notably shows a balance between intercollegiate athletics and academics. Any successful organization has been fortunate to have outstanding leadership. Michael Tranghese, the league’s first full-time employee, and for 11 years the associate to Dave Gavitt, became Commissioner in 1990. In his first year, he administered the formation of The BIG EAST Football Conference. For 2009-10, the BIG EAST will undergo one significant change. Tranghese stepped down from his position on June 30, 2009. John Marinatto, who has served as senior associate commissioner, has moved into the Commissioner’s chair. The league has long been considered a leader in innovative concepts in promotion and publicity, particularly regarding television. Those efforts have resulted in unparalleled visibility for BIG EAST student-athletes. The conference has enjoyed long-standing relationships with CBS, ESPN, Inc. and ABC. BIG EAST men’s basketball games are regular sellouts at campus and major public arenas, including the annual men’s BIG EAST Championship in Madison Square Garden. The women’s basketball championship has led all conferences in attendance for the past six years. Attendance figures also are significant in soccer and baseball. More than 550 BIG EAST student-athletes have earned All-America recognition and dozens have won individual NCAA national championships. The BIG EAST has been well represented in U.S. or foreign national and Olympic teams. Several athletes earned gold medals in each of the last six summer Olympiads. The BIG EAST has its headquarters in Providence where the conference administers to more than 5,500 athletes.

Notre Dame BIG EAST Titles

Since joining the BIG EAST in 1995-96, Notre Dame has won more conference championships (111) than any other school in the league: Baseball (5) 2002-06 Women’s Cross Country (3) 2002, 2003, 2005 Men’s Cross Country (5) 1997, 1999, 2001, 2004, 2005 Women’s Golf (4) 2004, 2005, 2008, 2011 Men’s Golf (7) 1995-97, 2004-06, 2011-12 Women’s Lacrosse (1) 2009 Rowing (9) 2004-12 Women’s Soccer (11) 1995-2001, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009 Men’s Soccer (2) 1996, 2003 Softball (6) 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2009

Women’s Swimming and Diving (14) 1997-2010 Men’s Swimming and Diving (5) 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2012 Women’s Tennis (12) 1996, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008-12 Men’s Tennis (7) 1996, 1999, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008 Women’s Indoor Track & Field (2) 2002, 2006 Men’s Indoor Track & Field (5) 2003, 2005, 2007, 2010, 2012 Women’s Outdoor Track & Field (1) 2007 Men’s Outdoor Track & Field (8) 2000, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2008-10, 2012 Volleyball (9) 1995-1998, 2000-02, 2004, 2005

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NCAA Graduation Ratings The University of Notre Dame can once again claim the 2012 national championship for graduating its studentathletes in all sports-in the process posting the top NCAA Graduation Success Rate (GSR) figure (99) for its student-athletes for the sixth straight year. The GSR number for all Notre Dame student-athletes rated the Irish first among the 120 football-playing institutions in the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision (formerly Division I-A). The 2012 NCAA figures are based on entering classes from 2002 through 2005. Whether measured by the federal government in its Department of Education report or by the NCAA through its GSR numbers, graduation rates for Notre Dame student-athletes once again rank either number one or among the handful of national leaders in five major categories among all major footballplaying colleges and universities. Notre Dame’s institutional research found that Irish student-athletes in 2012 rank number one in five of 10 major categories--ranking second in three others and third in another. That’s based on the NCAA-issued GSR and federal figures released today.

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For the fourth year in a row Notre Dame leads the nation in four GSR categories--for all student-athletes (at 99), male studentathletes (98), female student-athletes (100) and football student-athletes (97). Notre Dame also ranks number one in the federal numbers for male student-athletes (89). In calculations that include all studentathletes in all sports, Notre Dame ranks first among the FBS schools in the GSR figures, which were initiated in 2005 by the NCAA. The University’s 99 percent GSR for all its student-athletes ranks just ahead of the 98 figure for Duke. Using the federal formula, Notre Dame graduated a fouryear average of 91 percent of its studentathletes, just behind Stanford at 92. In the GSR standings, the Irish led the way in four categories. In addition to its number-one ranking for all studentathletes (99), Notre Dame finished first among female student athletes at 100 (tied with Wake Forest), first among male student-athletes at 98 percent (ahead of Duke and Northwestern at 96), first among football players at 97 percent (tied with Northwestern), and second among black student-athletes at 98 percent (behind only Rice at 100).

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Notre Dame graduated 94 percent of all women competing in varsity athletics, to rank second among its peer institutions based on the federal calculations (behind Stanford at 96). Among men, Notre Dame’s 89 percent federal rate also was first, tied with Stanford. Notre Dame graduated 82 percent of its black student-athletes, ranking third based on the federal rate, and Irish football players graduated at an 83 percent rate, to rank sixth. Nineteen of 22 athletics programs at Notre Dame compiled graduation rates of 100 percent, and none were below 91 percent, according to the eighth year of GSR measurements developed by the NCAA and released today. None of the 120 Football Bowl Subdivision (formerly NCAA Division I-A) programs in the country had a higher percentage of 100 GSR scores than did Notre Dame with its .863 number (19 of 22). In addition, Notre Dame ranked second among all FBS institutions with nine perfect scores among 22 sports (.409) in the federal graduation rate analysis.


APR Numbers Twelve University of Notre Dame athletic teams earned perfect 1,000 scores -- more perfect scores than any other Football Bowl Subdivision school registered -- in the eighth annual set of Academic Progress Rate statistics issued Wednesday by the NCAA. All 26 Irish athletics programs again exceeded the NCAA’s APR standards. Notre Dame’s 12 perfect scores of 1,000 led all FBS programs. Boston College and Duke tied for second with nine each, followed by Northwestern (eight), Vanderbilt (eight), Stanford (seven), North Carolina (five), Rice (five) and Texas (five). The 2012 report released by the NCAA features a four-year compilation of APR data from the 2007-08, 2008-09, 2009-10 and 2010-11 academic years. The APR uses a series of formulas related to studentathlete retention and eligibility to measure the academic performances of all participants who receive grants-in-aid on every team at every NCAA Division I college and university.

Eight Notre Dame’s men’s teams -basketball, cross country, golf, hockey, lacrosse, tennis, indoor track and field, and outdoor track and field -- registered perfect 1,000 scores. In addition, four Irish women’s teams -- cross country, golf, softball, and swimming and diving -- also earned perfect scores. Eleven other Notre Dame teams produced scores of 991 or better: women’s rowing (998), men’s swimming and diving (997), women’s lacrosse (997), women’s soccer (997), women’s indoor track and field (997), women’s outdoor track and field (997), baseball (995), women’s volleyball (994), men’s soccer (993), women’s tennis (992) and men’s fencing (991). The release follows the announcement last week by the NCAA of teams that posted multi-year APR scores in the top 10 percent of all squads in their respective sports. The public recognition awards were part of the broad Division I academic reform effort.

Notre Dame had 17 of its programs honored last week for the multi-year achievement -- baseball, men’s basketball, men’s cross country, men’s golf, men’s ice hockey, men’s lacrosse, men’s swimming and diving, men’s tennis, men’s indoor track and field, men’s outdoor track and field, women’s cross country, women’s golf, women’s soccer, softball, women’s swimming and diving, women’s indoor track and field, and women’s outdoor track and field. Notre Dame also had 17 programs honored in 2011 and 14 programs honored in both 2010 and 2009. Eleven Irish programs were honored each of the previous two years, in both 2007 and 2008. Notre Dame this year led all FBS schools in number of programs honored, with Duke second with 13. Next in line were Boston College, Northwestern and Stanford with 10 each.

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